One of the most persistent misconceptions is that a deficiency of vitamins threatens us only in late winter and early spring. In autumn, there are enough vitamins in the body – after all, in the summer, we “vitamins” with berries, fruits, and fresh vegetables. And this stock will be enough for us until next spring.
In fact, this is another myth. It is quite easy to earn hypovitaminosis in the autumn, and in autumn we also need vitamins as in winter, and in spring, and in summer. In fact, the body needs them constantly – at any time of the year.
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If health begins to fail, and the reflection in the mirror does not please at all, then thoughts about vitamin deficiency immediately arise. To replenish the supply of nutrients, the diet is immediately enriched with vegetables and fruits. However, it is not possible to compensate for the deficiency of all nutrients (for example, B vitamins). Deterioration of well-being is progressing. And if measures are not taken in a timely manner, serious pathologies may develop. So, what foods contain vitamin B? And what threatens a prolonged lack of nutrients?
Numerous Vitamin B
A person should receive all useful nutrients, regardless of age. Lack of one of the vitamins can lead to the development of disorders. Vitamins B ensure the flow of metabolic processes in the body. Some of them Continue reading
As soon as warm days are set, the first most seasoned citizens open the bathing season. Well, when the heat comes, literally everyone rushes to the water. On such days, every pond, whether it’s a river, a lake or an elementary pond, on an equipped beach or just on a lawn by the water, literally has nowhere to fall an apple. Both old and young swim: the little ones flounder in shallow water, the older ones squeal with screaming and screaming, swim and dive deeper, experienced swimmers swim away from the coast, and even older people enjoy swimming in cool water.
This is perhaps the most common infection that can be picked up in our latitudes. Pathogenic microorganisms: viruses, bacteria, protozoa – live in water, and in sand, and in the ground. You can get Continue reading