Health Smart Watch
The content of vitamins in the body is very small, but it plays an important role in the process of human growth, metabolism and development. The following introduces the daily food rich in various vitamins.
Foods rich in vitamin A:
Animal liver, milk and dairy products and poultry eggs, green leafy vegetables, yellow vegetables and fruits. Carrots, tomatoes, persimmons, eggs, beef liver and pork liver, cod liver oil, milk, cheese, butter, broccoli, spinach, lettuce, soybeans, green peas, oranges, apricots, sweet potatoes, apricots, etc. can supplement vitamin A. In addition, eating more cod liver oil can supplement vitamin A.
Foods rich in vitamin B1:
Cereal skins, beans, nuts, celery, lean meat, animal offal, millet, Chinese cabbage, fermented foods, and vitamin B1 is also rich in germ, rice bran and bran;
Foods rich in vitamin B2:
Animal livers such as liver, kidney, heart, pork, wheat flour, sheep kidney, chicken liver, rice, cucumber, eel, eggs, milk, beans and certain vegetables, such as rape, spinach, green garlic Green leafy vegetables can provide vitamin B2.
Foods rich in vitamin B6:
Meat foods such as beef, chicken, fish and animal offal, whole grain foods such as oats, wheat bran, malt, etc., beans such as peas, soybeans, etc., nuts such as peanuts, walnuts, etc. The highest vitamin B6 content is white meat (such as chicken and fish)
Foods rich in vitamin B12:
Only meat foods contain vitamin B12, so the prepared food must be evenly mixed with meat and vegetables. The main food sources are meat, animal offal, fish, poultry, shellfish and eggs, and the content in milk and dairy products is relatively small. Vitamin B12 is largely absent in plant foods.
Foods rich in vitamin C:
Fresh vegetables and fruits such as greens, leeks, spinach, bell peppers, celery, cauliflower, tomatoes, garlic, asparagus, sweet peppers, spinach, turnip greens, cabbage, potatoes, snow peas, and citrus , orange, grapefruit, red fruit, grape, wild jujube, fresh jujube, strawberry, persimmon, kumquat. Wild amaranth, alfalfa, prickly pear, seabuckthorn, kiwi fruit, wild jujube, etc. are particularly rich in vitamin C.
Foods Rich in Vitamin D:
There are very few foods that contain vitamin D in nature. Animal food is the main source of natural vitamin D in non-fortified food, such as high-fat sea fish and fish eggs, animal liver, egg yolk, butter and cheese are relatively more, while lean meat, milk, and nuts contain trace amounts of vitamin D . However, sunbathing can promote the synthesis of vitamin D in the body. So insist on supplementing with cod liver oil drops.
Foods rich in vitamin E:
Various oil seeds and vegetable oils, such as wheat germ oil, corn oil, peanut oil, sesame oil, beans, whole grains, etc. are important sources of vitamin E. Certain grains, nuts and green leafy vegetables also contain certain amounts of vitamin E.
Foods rich in vitamin K:
Beef liver, cod liver oil, egg yolk, cheese, yogurt, yogurt, seaweed, spinach, cabbage, lettuce, cauliflower, peas, parsley, soybean oil, lotus root.
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