TOP 5 vitamins that will help to cope with beriberi | Women’s magazine “Liza”

02 Feb­ru­ary 2017, 15:50

Lack of sun­light, a high-calo­rie menu and a seden­tary lifestyle in win­ter do not pass with­out a trace. So in Feb­ru­ary, our body begins to work at the lim­it of its capa­bil­i­ties. One has only to get their feet wet, dress inap­pro­pri­ate­ly for the weath­er, take a ride on pub­lic trans­port dur­ing rush hour, as the first symp­toms of a cold are right there. This is due to the lack of vit­a­mins.

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To main­tain immu­ni­ty, doc­tors rec­om­mend not to for­get about the vit­a­mins nec­es­sary dur­ing this peri­od: A, C, D, E and group B. Vit­a­min A increas­es the body’s resis­tance to infec­tions, helps restore elas­tic­i­ty to skin affect­ed by win­ter cold and elim­i­nates peel­ing. By the way, prob­lems with the epi­der­mis are one of the indi­ca­tors of a lack of vit­a­mins in the body.

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Doc­tors are sure that it is not dif­fi­cult to cope with beriberi, for this you need to eat as many veg­eta­bles and fruits as pos­si­ble or pur­chase a good mul­ti­vi­t­a­min com­plex. It is also impor­tant to know which vit­a­min enhances the action of anoth­er. For exam­ple, vit­a­mins E and C enhance the work of vit­a­min A. If you are prepar­ing a sal­ad of car­rots or beets (these prod­ucts con­tain a suf­fi­cient amount of vit­a­min A), use a veg­etable-based dress­ing, where vit­a­min E is manda­to­ry.

Sci­en­tists have noticed that vit­a­min E not only gives strength to a weak­ened body, but also restores the mus­cu­lar sys­tem, ensures the sup­ply of all nec­es­sary sub­stances to the mus­cles of the heart, mak­ing them stronger and more resilient.

This is espe­cial­ly impor­tant for those who lead an active lifestyle. It’s time to remem­ber the frozen berries that prob­a­bly remained after the win­ter, add nuts, seeds to them and pre­pare an ener­gy cock­tail! But high blood pres­sure, the deplorable con­di­tion of nails and hair give out a defi­cien­cy of vit­a­min D, which con­trols the absorp­tion of cal­ci­um and mag­ne­sium. These trace ele­ments are present in the liv­er, dairy prod­ucts and fish.
And cere­als and legumes with a high con­tent of B vit­a­mins will help deal with spring fatigue.

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Foods con­tain­ing zinc will also help increase the body’s resis­tance to colds. Its main func­tion is pro­tec­tive. Like vit­a­min C, it fights virus­es, and against the com­mon cold zinc is more effec­tive than many drugs, doc­tors say. Hav­ing met with rhi­novirus­es that cause colds and run­ny nose, this microele­ment deprives them of the abil­i­ty to repro­duce. As you know, most zinc is found in red meat — veal and beef. There is it in pump­kin seeds, bananas, grapes, oranges, gin­ger, blue­ber­ries, rasp­ber­ries.

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By the way, sci­en­tists have proven that with a lack of zinc in the blood, the lev­el of cor­ti­sol, a hor­mone that sup­press­es the immune sys­tem, ris­es. The con­tent of zinc in the body, as a rule, is low­ered in women expe­ri­enc­ing pre­men­stru­al syn­drome. The sci­en­tists also sug­gest­ed that a defi­cien­cy of this min­er­al leads to a decrease in the pro­duc­tion of prog­es­terone, which, in turn, can cause crav­ings for sweet and salty. There­fore, it is very impor­tant to track your taste pref­er­ences and adjust the menu in time. In addi­tion, zinc pro­tects the liv­er from the pen­e­tra­tion of harm­ful sub­stances. After win­ter, the liv­er espe­cial­ly needs prop­er nutri­tion, a bal­anced drink­ing reg­i­men and spe­cial herbal prepa­ra­tions.

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