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Eating the right foods and becoming even more beautiful

It seems to you that you have not looked too good lately?

Eat it pass! Of course, the diet does not help to lengthen the legs, but to compensate for the deficiency of vitamins, which causes many problems with appearance, is quite capable

FOOD FOR SKIN
Acne and red spots on the face mean: the body is clearly not enough vitamins of group B and vitamin A.

Eat: fish, liver, butter, green and yellow vegetables, dried fruits (especially raisins), brewer’s yeast.

Rough skin on heels and corns — deficiency of vitamins A and C.

Eat: carrots, green onions, sweet peppers, lettuce, spinach, sorrel, cabbage, beef liver, milk, butter, oranges and lemons.

Shelled skin on hands? This manifests the lack of vitamins A and D.

Eat: fish oil, butter, egg yolk, liver.

Hematomas.

Any trip in public transport decorates you with bruises, if you are systematically undernourished with vitamins C and P (routine).

Eat: citrus fruits (preferably with peel), cabbage, tomatoes, green peppers.

It does not hurt to take in the morning and evening 1000 mg of vitamin C and a pill of rutin.

Dermatitis often develop on the background of deficiency of vitamins B2, B3, B6 and N.

We drink milk, eat liver, kidney, cheese, fish, eggs, yeast.

FOOD FOR GOOD HAIR

Dandruff appears if you need vitamins B12, B6, F.

Eat: liver, beef, pork, drink milk and its derivatives (vitamin B12); vegetable oil, peanuts, walnuts and sunflower seeds (vitamin F); in unrefined grains of cereal, green leafy vegetables, yeast (vitamin B6).

Dull, brittle, quickly graying hair — a sign that the body has few B vitamins, vitamin F. The algorithm is the same as for the previous paragraph.

Hair loss often associated with a deficiency in the diet of vitamins C, H (biotin), inositol and B3 (folic acid).

Eat: fresh green vegetables and fruits, dry food yeast and liver, nuts, brown rice and whole grains, citrus fruits, tomatoes, cabbage, currants.

EYE PRODUCTS
Red sore eyes — this is not a part of the rabbit’s carnival costume, but a signal: you are undernourished!

Namely, you do not have enough vitamins A and B2 (riboflavin).

Eat: fish, liver, egg yolks, butter, green leafy or yellow vegetables, milk, cheese, yeast.

And we take 10,000 IU of vitamin A 1-3 times a day, 100 mg of B-complex vitamins in the morning and evening, and 500 mg of vitamin C.

Bad breath happens when niacin deficiency.

They are rich in rye bread, buckwheat, beans, meat, liver, beef kidneys.

Dizziness and tinnitus may indicate a lack of vitamins B3 and E (tocopherol).

Useful nuts, green leafy vegetables, beets, green peas, egg yolks, citrus fruits, bananas, sunflower seeds.

You can also take 50-100 mg of vitamin B3 3 times a day and 400 IU of vitamin E 1-3 times a day.

Frequent colds occur on the background of deficiency of vitamins A, C and B5.

Sources of vitamin A are fish, liver, egg yolks, butter, sour cream, leafy greens, yellow-orange vegetables (primarily carrots).

Vitamin B5 can be obtained from food and beer yeast, legumes.

Especially a lot of this vitamin in melon. During flu epidemics, often ill people need to take extra vitamin A — up to 10,000 IU every other day and 2–5 g of vitamin C.

Muscle pain, night cramps — again lack of vitamins B1 and B6.

Brewer’s yeast, pork, pork liver, sea fish, nuts, legumes, potatoes, whole grains will help to get rid of unpleasant sensations.

Frequent nosebleeds treated with vitamins C, K and R. Eat citrus fruits, tomatoes, cabbage, green pepper, currants (C); yogurts, fish oil, fresh alfalfa leaves (K)%; zest of oranges, lemons and mandarins (P).

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