Useful vitamins and tips for people over 50 years of age

Useful vitamins and tips for people over 50 years of age
A- this vitamin improves the growth and development of cells of all organs and tissues. Strengthens bones and teeth. The products it contains are: beef liver, carrots, broccoli, sweet peppers, apricots, parsley, pumpkin and dates.
B- is important for skin and hair health. Strengthens the state of the nervous system. The products it contains are: milk, eggs, nuts, potatoes, pork, peas and beans.
C- Provides strong immunity. Responsible for tissue regeneration and nutrient absorption. The products it contains are: citrus, kiwi, black currant, shiurak, parsley, yellow peppers, cauliflower and white cabbage and sauerkraut, spring and onion, tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes and pumpkins.
D- Contributes to better absorption of calcium and phosphorus. The products it contains are: eggs, milk, cod liver and mackerel.
E- Important for all significant biochemical processes in the body. Protects from the negative effects of toxins, slows down the aging of cells and improves cell nutrition in the body. The products it contains are: vegetable oil and uterus, green vegetables, milk, liver, meat, cereal sprouts, spinach, broccoli, bran and whole grains.
Excess or deficiency of only certain groups of vitamins in the body can be determined by the color of urine. These are water-soluble vitamins, ie B vitamins and vitamin C. If the norm of using these vitamins is exceeded, the urine turns bright orange and yellowish green. This is a sign that the person is using too many of these vitamins. Otherwise, all the excess vitamin C is excreted in the urine. Vitamin C is the best remedy against seasickness. Just eat any citrus fruit before traveling. Doctors say that acetylsalicylic acid accelerates the elimination of vitamin C from the body three times. That is why taking ascorbic acid is being prescribed in parallel. The body needs small doses of trace elements, although their lack is immediately reflected in the subjective feeling.
Trace elements and disadvantages:
Iron – helps supply the body with oxygen and maintains the nervous system. Deficiency leads to anemia. The products it contains are: eggs, kidneys, meat, bread, beans, nuts and green vegetables.
Chromium contributes to the processing of carbohydrates and participates in the exchange of insulin. Deficiency can cause diabetes. The products it contains are: yeast, egg yolks, liver, wheat sprouts, yellow cheese and bran.
Copper – an important component of antioxidant protection of the organism. The deficiency causes anemia, bone fragility, weak immunity and the appearance of gray hair. The products it contains are: jera, nuts, whole grain bran, lentils, olives, carrots.
Iodine-regulates the work of the thyroid gland. The deficiency causes an enlargement of the thyroid gland. The products it contains are: seafood, fish and seaweed.
Calcium-building material for teeth and bones. Deficiency causes osteoporosis. The products it contains are: all dairy products, fish, green leafy vegetables, peanuts, sunflower seeds.
Magnesium-provides energy processes in the heart and muscles. Deficiency causes disorders of the adrenal glands, diseases of the cardiovascular system, stones in the bladder and bile. The products it contains are: soy, nuts, bran, meat, fish and seafood, dates.
Potassium regulates the balance of acids and bases in the blood and the balance of water and salts. Deficiency causes chronic fatigue syndrome. The products it contains are: beef, fish, milk, vegetables, dried fruits, nuts, nuts.

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