Probably, many noticed that in winter, the skin, hair and nails look worse. This is due to vitamin depletion. Some people think that they get enough vitamins in the summer season. This opinion is deeply erroneous – vitamins are “stored” in the body for no more than a day. What to do in winter, when the range of vegetables and fruits is severely limited? It is necessary to understand.
First of all, it is necessary to find out what, except for the faded appearance, is threatened with a deficiency of vitamins. Other symptoms: fast fatigue, drowsiness, lethargy or irritability, also are only side effects. But the reasons are hidden deep inside.
First of all, internal organs suffer: the liver can not cope with its “duties”, digestion is broken, cholesterol accumulates, the vessels become less elastic. All this leads to a decrease in immunity, as well as susceptibility of the organism to viral infections.
To avoid internal disturbances and external symptoms of vitamin deficiency, it is necessary to enrich your diet with vitamins. It is worth remembering that these are not medicines that need to be taken directly at the time of the crisis. Vitamins should always be consumed.
One correct diet can not do.
First, products in megacities and even in many villages are depleted of nutrients.
Secondly, to satisfy the daily dose of vitamins, you will have to eat huge portions of vegetables and fruits. But this does not mean that you need to eat as it is. The basis of a healthy winter diet can be a fish and a bird’s liver.
Also, citrus fruits will help: lemons, grapefruits, oranges. They are available to almost everyone. Try to eat more beets, carrots, onions and garlic. But it is better to abstain from tomatoes and cucumbers – in the winter they do not do any good. You can take on frozen frozen berries.
But nevertheless, in the winter without chemist’s vitamins not to manage. Many are afraid to take pills, and, as a result, are prejudiced against any dietary supplements. But this opinion is not relevant for a long time. One has only to look at one of the most “healthy” countries in the world – Japan, where almost 90% of the population uses dietary supplements. However, before you buy the treasured jar with “pills”, it is worth to pass tests and consult a doctor. This will help to avoid allergic reactions and will allow you to focus on those vitamins that you need most now.