Usually a balanced diet in anemia involves a large amount of protein intake, as due to the protein, the synthesis of hemoglobin and the build of the stroma of the erythrocyte. Also in combination with protein, iron is better absorbed by the body. Complete proteins are saturated kidneys, liver, cheese, red meat, egg whites, fish, Hematogen and other products.
The amount of fat is recommended to reduce to a minimum, since they interfere with normal hematopoiesis. It is preferable to include in the diet of easily digestible fats (oil and butter), fatty meats, fish, sausage, bacon, limit to 70-80 grams per day.
Carbohydrates are required for normal human health. As a rule, this diagnosis is recommended to eat porridge from cereals, legumes, vegetables, fruits, berries, flour products.
Of course, we cannot forget the vitamins involved in erythropoiesis. For example, a vitamin rich In legumes, egg yolks, meat, fish, cheese, bran, milk, yeast. Source of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) are rose, black currant, citrus, cabbage. In lettuce, cabbage, and green onions, soy contains the required number of palacina.
Also it is necessary to enrich foods with micronutrients (iron, cobalt, zinc, manganese, copper), since they promote the increase of hemoglobin and formation of red blood cells. Such substances are contained in beef, liver, kidney, eggs, herbs, cocoa, white mushrooms, beans, cereals, etc.
If anaemia, decreased appetite, it is necessary to enter in the diet is table salt, which improves the secretory function of the stomach. Culinary processing of products depends on the taste preferences of the patient, but the preferred types are baking, boiling, stewing, since these methods of heat treatment retain much of the useful properties of products.