Memory, Health and vitamins C, D, E

We know that vitamins C and E have a proven protective effect on our health, thanks to its antioxidant. A study led by Dr. M. H. Chui, Baycrest Center for Geriatric Care in Toronto (Canada) and published by the Nutrition Research, clinical studies have shown that foods rich in these vitamins (C and E) as are the fresh, raw vegetables and seeds, to reduce oxidative stress that occurs in foods, help to minimize memory declines seen, especially after eating certain foods (rich in saturated fat), especially in type two diabetes (adult-onset diabetes)

If vitamin C and E are of particular importance is no less vitamin D, since its deficit (lower blood values to 20-30 ng / ml) promotes cellular oxidative damage, signs of inflammation (C reactive protein), the bone fractures, some defensive and immune dysfunctions, various types of cancer and is a risk factor for cardiovascular failure.

Some foods such as the liver of certain fish, egg yolk and milk are fortified with it food sources of vitamin D, but the best contribution is provided by our influence on her skin to sunlight. The best medicine to have a good winter sunbathing is not more than 15 to 20 minutes daily.

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