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Eating your Vitamins

Vitamins! How to get enough of them? Which ones to choose? We face these questions all the time. Here you can read how to get the most needed vitamins from fruits and vegetables.

Vitamin A we need to improve our vision, support our hair and skin health, and improve the growth of bones and teeth. We can get this vitamin from: mangoes, grapes, pumpkins, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, parsley, broccolis, green salads, spinach, melons, watermelons, apricots, peaches, apples.

Vitamin B we need to get this one because it helps to slow down the aging of our skin, protects cells from damage, helps with the formation of red blood cells, and helps assimilate vitamin A. In order to get it we need to consume: avocado, asparagus, broccoli, spinach, green salad, tomato, sea kale.

Vitamin K this is very important because it participates in the assimilation of calcium and in the interaction of calcium and vitamin D, also it helps to keep kidneys healthy. We can get vitamin K from cabbage, spinach, green lettuce leaves, potatoes, grapes, asparagus, garlic.

Vitamin C this vitamin protects the body from developing cancer and diseases in the cardiovascular system, helps in the production of collagen (healthy skin and bones), and improves the digestion of iron. People can get this vitamin from: black currant, apples, grapes, strawberries, broccoli, green salad, dill and parsley, citrus fruits, potatoes, carrot, watermelon.

Vitamin B1 we need this one to have a healthy a heart, a functioning nervous and digestive systems, also, it helps to regulate the metabolism. We can get it from: apples, grapes, green salad, broccoli, white cabbage, sea kale, potatoes, carrot, beet, and watermelon.

Vitamin B2 regulates the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, reduces eye fatigue, we also need it for cell growth and respiration. It also minimizes the negative effects of various toxins on the respiratory tract. We can get vitamin B2 form verity of fruits and vegetables, such as white cabbage, green salad, potatoes, apples, grapes, watermelon, sea kale.

Keep your child healthy and get all the nutrition you all need!

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