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- Eggs. They are a valuable source of vitamin D, which we lack during the winter months. It strengthens the immune system, improves mood and improves digestion.
- Rosehip. Even if it evokes memories of childhood in your grandmother, you should not underestimate it: 100 grams contains 7 daily norms of vitamin C. Try replacing the usual tea with a decoction.
Nuts. The best source of vitamins A and E, essential for healthy skin and hair. And whole grains, bran and seeds will provide all the B vitamins and magnesium.
- Avocado. It contains magnesium, and vitamin D works best in combination with this trace element.In addition, it is an excellent source of vitamin K.
Spinach. Its dark green leaves contain a real concentrate of vitamins: among them is a loading dose of vitamin C, as well as K, A, E, B2 and B6.
- Salmon. The best option for a protein meal. It contains vitamins D and A, as well as important elements of group B - vitamins B3, B6, B7 and B12.
Kiwi. If you choose one fruit from those available in the winter season, let it be kiwi: from its sweet green fruits, you can get B vitamins, as well as A, C, D, E and PP.
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