Vitamin Rich Foods
In this post, you’ll discover a wide range of vitamin and mineral-rich foods that can easily incorporate into you and your family’s daily diet.
Below I have highlighted the significant bits for you, just in case your schedule is tight.
Click the link you want to start with or, by all means, continue.
- 9 Superfoods to Super Boost Your Immune System
- Frozen Food & Nutrients
- It’s Not All About the Veggies
- The Correct Balance is Key
- Should I Consult My Doctor Before Taking Vitamin Supplements?
Grow Your Own
A great way to make sure you are getting all the vitamin and minerals you need is by growing your own,
This is not everybody’s cup of tea, but it’s a sure way of knowing that any herbs or vegetables you grow yourself have been organically grown.
Growing food at home can be therapeutic in times of stress or anxiety, and it’s extremely rewarding too.
You may even consider keeping a few hens for their delicious fresh, protein-packed eggs, that is, if you have space, the time and the inclination.
Some herbs and vegetables can even be easily grown at home; even if you don’t have a garden, plant pots are good.
They are easily accessible or brought from your local grocer, local market, or superstore.
9 Superfoods to Boost Your Immune System
- oily fish
- sweet potato
Frozen Food & Nutrients
Frozen food retains its nutritional content in varying degrees, dependent on its type and how it was processed.
Foods usually fortified with vitamins and minerals are breakfast
- dried milk
It’s Not All About the Veggies
Fresh meat contains just as much nutritional value as any other food source.
Meats add much-needed iron to the body providing it with the raw material it needs for the 24/7 conveyor belt of manufactured red blood cells.
Diary such as eggs, cheese and milk also provides the immune system with Zinc essential for the healing of wounds (a real game-changer for Diabetics) and oily fish for the much-prized Omega 3 brain food.
The Correct Balance Is Key
A vegetarian or vegan diet may appear healthy from the outside, and it is.
However, a few of the essential vitamins and minerals your body needs are impossible to get from just plant food alone.
So, If you plan to eliminate animal foods, you may want to consider including supplements into your diet to ensure you are getting everything your body needs.
Should I Consult My Doctor Before Taking Vitamin Supplements?
Supplements are sold without a prescription and brought over the counter.
I would strongly recommend you do your research and due diligence, seeking advice where and when appropriate before adding any supplement to your diet.
If you have any underlying health conditions, taking any prescribed medication or already taking vitamin supplements, you should always seek advice and guidance from your doctor or health worker.
Supplements can cause serious side effects if not taken in the correct dosage, so please always seek medical advice.
Please feel free to leave any advice, thoughts or comments; they are always encouraged and always very much appreciated.
Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Strong
Please note that this post’s information is intended for general information and not as a substitute for healthcare professionals’ expertise and judgment.