Central anemia, also known as hypoproliferative anemia, is directly generated by insufficient production of red blood cells and hemoglobin (this element ensures the correct levels of oxygen levels in the bone marrow tissues).
The following nutrients are the leading cause of this blood condition.
- A deficiency in iron
- Low vitamin B9 levels
These are necessary elements for producing hemoglobin and red blood cells).
A poor diet of green vegetables, vitamins, and proteins (vegan diet) is the main reason for this condition. Vegans must find other ways to receive protein and iron to achieve a balanced diet.
However, people that suffer from other diseases can develop anemia because their immune system is already compromised. Cancer, thyroid problems, and autoimmune disorders could trigger anemia even with a healthy and balanced diet.
Women during pregnancy are also prone to this illness, especially in the last month before birth, because of increased iron absorption by the placenta.