The most important nutrients of the autumn season are vitamins B, C, D, zinc and Omega-3.
Pumpkin is one of the main sources of fiber, contains K, Fe, P, restores inflamed mucous membranes, supports the liver, relieves constipation, and reduces stomach acidity.
Carrots are one of the main sources of fiber, contain vitamins of groups A, B, C, E, P and trace elements (P, K, Mg, I, Fe, Cu, Zn). Beta-carotene has a positive effect on vision, wool, and has antitumor properties.
Bulgarian pepper - contains vitamins B, K, Ca and Mg.
Zucchini is one of the main sources of fiber, contains folic acid, vitamins (A, C), trace elements (Ca, K), and is good for heart health.
Apple - contains fiber, pectin, vitamins A, B and C, trace elements. It regulates the work of the gastrointestinal tract, heals the oral cavity, and prevents the formation of plaque.
Pear - contains pectin, fiber, vitamins, Cu. Promotes motility of the gastrointestinal tract.
Sweet potato is rich in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins B, C, PP, A, carotene, Ca, P, Fe.
Cranberries - contains sugars, organic acids (citric, benzoic, ursolic, malic, oleander, succinic, oxalic), pectins, B vitamins (B1, B2, B5, B6), PP, K1 (phylloquinone), C. Berries contain anthocyanins, phenolic acids, leukoanthocyanins, catechins, betaine, K, P, Ca, Fe, Mn, Cu, Mo. Proanthocyanidin components prevent the reproduction of bacteria in the genitourinary system.
Turkey is an easily digestible meat. Fat contains vitamins A, E. Also P, K, S, Se, Fe, Na, Mg, I, Mn, vitamins PP, B6, B12, B2. I usually add fillet, thigh, drumstick, and offal to rations.
Salmon and other fatty fish are rich in Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamin D, Ca and P.
Turmeric - contains essential oils and yellow dyes (curcumin), P, Fe, I, Ca, vitamins C, B1, B2, B4, B5, K. Turmeric is rich in antioxidants and has an anti-inflammatory effect. It can be added to the diet in small amounts, so be sure to consult your doctor before adding it.
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