What is the basic alphabet of vitamins to overcome the summer avoiding the premature signs of age? According to the nutrition experts at Kaiku Lactose-Free, these are the ones we should include whenever possible in our summer menus:

Vitamin A. Helps the body recover after strong sun exposure and controls possible blemishes on the skin. There are anti-aging ingredients that contain this vitamin, so a diet that incorporates foods known for their high content will help prevent premature aging and repair cells damaged by the sun.

Where do I find vitamin A?
We can find this vitamin in green leafy vegetables, like kale, and others like kiwi, strawberries, or yellow peppers.
Vitamin B. It is another great ally for the summer, thanks to its moisturizing and repairing power for the skin. It helps reduce acne and prevents redness and skin irritation that occurs when we have burned.

Where do I find vitamin B?
The foods in which we can find this vitamin are dairy. These keep the skin hydrated and balanced. In its lactose-free version, they also lighten digestions.
Vitamin C. The basics of summer. The so-called Sun vitamin helps to prepare the body physiologically at very high temperatures, thus preventing heatstroke or excess sweating. It helps keep body temperature at bay and its antioxidant power favors the production of collagen, protecting the skin from sun damage and the effects of UVA rays.

Where do I find vitamin C?
Not only oranges are a great source of vitamin C, parsley, red pepper, or papaya also do the same thing.
Vitamin D. An essential for the skin. It helps keep you strong and prevents aging. Smooth skin has fewer wrinkles. It should also be noted that not sunbathing (of course always with protection) is also harmful, and can lead to a risk of deficiency of this important vitamin.

Where to find vitamin D?
You will find it in fish such as sardines or tuna, which contain a large amount of this vitamin, as well as eggs.

Vitamin E. It plays a very important role, especially when combined with vitamin C. Its antioxidant effects have benefits that help protect the skin from sun exposure, both before and after sunbathing. In addition, it works as a natural antihistamine, reducing the effects of asthma and allergies that usually arrive in good weather. It has a barrier effect that prevents protection from free radicals, the main agents of aging.

Where to find vitamin E?
You’ll find it in tofu, walnuts, and spinach are loaded with vitamin E, in addition to meats like pork or sheep, and fatty fish like salmon.

 

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