The doctors told us what vitamins should be taken in the autumn-winter period in order to survive the winter without colds and viral diseases.
The most important vitamin in winter is vitamin D.
According to the doctors, fat-soluble vitamin D is necessary not only for raising immunity, but also for a good mood.
As you know, vitamin D is called “sunshine” because it is produced by our skin when exposed to UV rays.
For its production, the skin needs sunlight, and, as you know, in winter we feel worse due to a lack of sunlight.
With a lack of this vitamin in the body, mood worsens, energy is lost.
Vitamin D can be taken in capsules, or you can get it from food. It is found in fish and lard.
Vitamins A and C are also important to consume during winter. They are found in carrots, citrus fruits, herbs, liver, vegetables.
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They are very involved in the synthesis of hormones that are responsible for mood.
With a lack of these vitamins, a person has a hard time waking up in the morning, experiencing stress and anxiety.