The seasonality of fruits and vegetables is an important aspect of a healthy diet, which, unfortunately, is not always given proper attention. But the seasonality of products is no less important than, say, daily biorhythms. It’s no secret that the activation of the work of all organs and systems directly depends on the time of day. And the seasonal type of diet affects the work of all body systems. We asked a nutritionist to tell you which foods are most important to include in your diet right now in order to prepare your body for the summer season as much as possible.
Asparagus is a dietary product that is rich in valuable vitamins: A, C, B1, B2, E and minerals (calcium, potassium, copper, iron, magnesium, zinc). The product helps to remove toxins from the body, strengthens the walls of blood vessels, improves the intestinal microflora due to the fiber content and has a positive effect on metabolism.
Spinach, sorrel, lettuce, green onions, parsley, dill, basil, cilantro are rich in vitamin E, they strengthen the immune system, rejuvenate the body at the cellular level and will be an excellent addition to light snacks and spring salads.
This leguminous crop is rich in vegetable protein, which is quickly absorbed by the body and contains essential amino acids, helps slow down the aging process in the body, improves performance and strengthens the immune system.
Strawberries, strawberries, blueberries, blueberries – all of these berries contain a number of antioxidants and flavonoids of the vitamin and mineral complex. They help improve digestion, detoxify the body and lose weight, so they are an excellent substitute for a high-calorie dessert with sugar content.