Vitamins for Fall


During summer, almost everyone eats pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables, since they're both healthy and delicious. Many people believe that this way they guarantee their yearly supply of vitamins.

Unfortunately, however, this is not true. Only some vitamins have the ability to accumulate in the body. Experts recommend taking a multivitamin complex every day for at least 10 days, twice a year.

Once September has passed, you need to fuel yourself with fresh vitamins, because that is the period of fall depression and the first colds.

After the end of September, we are forced to mainly buy greenhouse vegetables because fresh ones that have been grown in gardens are at an end.

The vitamins that you need to provide for your body during fall are mostly ones that strengthen the immune system. To do this, you will need certain vitamins.


These are vitamins A, B6, C and E. A deficiency of these vitamins is seen in adults, as well as children. You can obtain them from food supplements or fruits and vegetables.

They are also found in many food products. These vitamins not only protect against colds, but also help for a faster recovery if you do catch one.

Pregnant women need to take vitamins because they must not take antibiotics if they catch a cold. Pregnant women need to consult with a doctor about what types of vitamins to take and how.

The natural source of vitamin A are carrots, which need to be consumed with some type of fat, since this vitamin is fat-soluble. Without fat, it is not well absorbed by the body.

Vitamin B6 can found in potatoes and legumes, vitamin C - in lemons and sauerkraut, as well as red peppers, and vitamin E - in vegetable oils - olive oil, oil, flax and corn oil.


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