Should you take supplements?
There is no need to take supplements when everything you need you can find in nature.
Vitamin A can be found in milk products such as cheese, cream, or milk.
Vitamin C, important for immune system, can be found in most citrus fruit and strawberries. Do not forget that vitamin C is in tomatoes, broccoli, and cantaloupe and turnip greens.
Vitamin D you can find in oysters, cheese, butter, cream, and margarine.
Vitamin E is found in seeds, green vegetables, corn, olives, spinach, and asparagus.
Vitamin K is naturally in cabbage, soy, cauliflower, and spinach.
Vitamin B1, known as thiamine, is consumed through whole grains, fortified cereals, soybeans, fish, lean meats, and beans.
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) is in green vegetables, legumes, mushrooms, almonds, and yeast.
Vitamin B3 (niacin) can be found in nuts, meats, eggs, legumes, and poultry.
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) is found in eggs, dairy products, legumes, beef, fish, and broccoli.
Vitamin B6 is found in grains, cereals, spinach, peas, and carrots.
Folate is found in green vegetables.
Beta-carotene is found in sweet potatoes, pumpkin, squash, carrots, grapefruit, and spinach.
Good source of probiotics are plain yogurt, and miso.
Nutrition is not only about food and recipes; it is also about the positive way of thinking, and living. Think about these thoughts.
Take baby steps
Follow your heart
March to your own beat
Search for the answers
It is ok
To need help
To start over
To make mistakes
To admit your weaknesses
To want more for yourself
Remember – good nutrition is an important part of a healthy lifestyle, but it is not the only part.
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