Which vitamins do we need the most in spring?

Which vitamins do we need the most in spring?
 

Stressful pace of modern life when everybody is rushing and has many things to think of leads to having no time to relax and eat properly, which have many consequences. In spring our bodies suffer from vitamin deficiency, our immunity becomes less resistant to diseases, colds and other health problems. In order to stay healthy, energetic and generally feel good, we must get enough of vitamins and microelements. So which ones are the most important in spring?

Vitamins C, E and A neutralize free radicals and facilitates the work of immune system. Vitamin C is a citrus fruit which is mostly found in fruits and vegetables. Vitamin A can be found in corns, beets, carrots, pumpkins and vitamin E – in wheat germs, nuts, green vegetables and vegetable oils.

Vitamin D boosts our immune system, protects against cardiovascular diseases and it is very important for our bones. It can be found in liver, shellfish, oily fish, etc. Much of the vitamin is produced by the body when we are exposed to the sun.

Vitamin B1 is important for our nervous system and it has positive effect on metabolism. It can be found in pork, beef, various grains and nuts. Vitamin B2 increases hemoglobin levels. It can be found in eggs, milk, fish and fresh vegetables.

Zinc helps our wounds to heal faster, besides it helps to store substances that are needed for immune defense. The main sources of zinc are seafood, meat, nuts, cheese and cereals. Selenium slows down the aging process, it helps to keep good mood and strengthens our immune system. It can be found in seafood, kidneys, whole grain bread and various grains.

Coenzyme Q10 strengthens heart muscle, gives you energy and is a great antioxidant. Citrus bioflavonoids help to maintain healthy immune system and also improve better absorption of vitamins.

 

 

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