Proper nutrition in the cold season
Winter is the most difficult period for our body. Little sunlight, low temperatures and people spend much time indoors. For our body to cope with this load, it is necessary to replenish it with all the necessary nutrients. Nutrition in the cold season should be balanced, high-calorie and rich in vitamins and useful trace elements. Seasonal vegetables and fruit play a big role in this. Those that are grown in the region of residence are more useful than exotic vegetables and fruit from distant tropical countries. Proper nutrition in winter will help improve a person’s wellbeing and reduce the risk of the exacerbation of chronic diseases. In the cold season, the immune defence of the body is important. To maintain it, it is recommended to eat foods that are a source of essential amino acids, such as lean meat, chicken, turkey, dairy products and legumes and also to include in your diet multivitamin and mineral complexes and specialised food products enriched with them, for nutrition of children as well.