To survive the change of season, nothing beats a little invigorating treatment that helps strengthen our immune system. And that's good, because fruits and autumn vegetables help us to achieve this.
With the end of summer and the return to work, we are more prone to minor ailments such as colds, flu, sore throats and bronchitis. This is the time to boost our body and especially our immune system. Nature is well made, because fruits and vegetables in season bring us the nutrients we need most:
This vitamin is that we lack the most in autumn. Then added kiwi, citrus fruits, peppers, parsley, lychee, guava, Brussels sprouts, strawberries and blackcurrants in our diet. Tip if you wrote smoking cessation in the list of resolutions of school: smoke destroys some of the vitamin C. Think about it if you are lacking motivation.
Good for bones, eyes, skin, and to strengthen the immune system, vitamin A is found in many fruits and vegetables Fall: sorrel, spinach, carrots, pumpkin and squash, broccoli , parsley, apricot and sweet potato.
By varying the cooking oil and seasoning, you help fight against oxidative stress and against infections. Vitamin E is mainly found in wheat germ oil, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, olive oil, tuna, nuts and dried almonds and soy.
You do not perhaps have the opportunity to expose you enough sun and you are at risk of vitamin D deficiency To protect the health of your bones, think about eating fish like salmon, herring, anchovies, sardines and tuna. Also Talk about it with your doctor to prescribe you, if necessary, an additional charge.
This anti-infections trace element is found in oysters, meat, eggs, dairy products, cereals and wheat germ. Small bonus: it is also effective against some forms of acne.
The only food that provides the recommended daily intake of selenium are Brazil nuts. Otherwise, you can find this trace element in shellfish, canned tuna, giblets and turkey and chicken and some mushrooms.
Essential for the proper functioning of our body, magnesium is mainly found in products made from whole grains or whole wheat flour, seafood, molasses, cocoa and spinach. You can also found in some mineral waters.
Warning: vitamin deficiencies are bad for health, but also surplus. To keep fit, remember to feed you and focus on fruits and vegetables in season. If you are pregnant or if your lifestyle does not allow you to eat the way you want, ask your doctor.