Vitamins are the Great Allies in Life!

When I tell my patients to eat well it´s not just to feel better about themselves or lose weight if they need but I also  recommend so they can add all the vitamins they need for their day to day routine..
Often we don,t realize that food is the fuel that makes us go ahead because it gives us the energy needed to meet all of our obligations. Because we do not have the ability to produce vitamins within it is vital these are incorporated through the diet.
There are 5 main groups of vitamins (ranging from A to E) each have a different function. Without going into much detail or scientific words I would like you to know the benefits of each:

Vitamin-A: Strengthens hair and nails, improves eyesight and skin. It is present in carrots, green beans, liver, peaches, kidneys, milk, egg, plums and apricots.

Vitamin-B: Arguably vitamin charge of vitality and energy. This divided into B-1 (aids in digestion, nervous system and heart), B-2 (oxygenates cells, strengthens the skin, nails and hair), B-3 (improves circulation, reduces cholesterol and maintaining healthy tissues), B-6 (produces red blood cells and antibodies and It is vital for the proper functioning of the sexual organs in women), B-8 (Metabolizes fats and proteins and processes glucose) and B-12 (having the same effects above).

The main sources of vitamin B include milk, beans, bananas, yeast beer, fish, spinach, bran, liver, eggs, cabbages and whole grains.

Vitamin-C: This is the most “known” all and has the ability to avoid disease because it strengthens the immune system. It is also good for health capillaries. Heals wounds and fights infections. It is present in all citrus, cucumber, apple, pineapple, avocado, pear, lettuce, strawberries and cabbage.

Vitamin-D: It is essential to strengthen the health of bones and teeth for it. It´s recommended for women who are in their menopause or have already traversed. It also controls the amount of phosphorus and calcium in the body. It can be found in eggs, sardines and other seafood. We also get it from the sun exposure! (But do not overdo it because it has negative consequences for the skin).

Vitamin-E: Prevents heart disease and regulates blood pressure. Can be found in sunflower seeds, pepper, almonds, peanuts, basil, oregano, spinach and wheat germ oil.

I invite you to follow a balanced diet so you can get all the vitamins your body needs. A  conscious and natural diet is the best remedy for any disease.