Winter, with its cold and darkness, places special demands on our bodies. But how can we effectively protect ourselves against winter fatigue and infections?
The winter months, with their short days and long nights, can have a negative impact on our physical and mental health. Many people complain of fatigue, lack of energy and a weakened immune system. Natural vital substances can play a key role here.
“One of the main causes of the winter low is the lack of vitamin D, which is produced in the skin through exposure to the sun. A deficiency of this vitamin can lead to fatigue and a weakened immune system. This deficiency can be counteracted by taking vitamin D supplements or eating fatty fish,” says Natura Vitalis founder Frank Felte (www.naturavitalis.de). The Essen-based company has long been considered one of the leading manufacturers of natural nutritional supplements and attaches great importance to continuous further and new developments of health products on a scientific basis. Natura Vitalis offers, among other things, pharmaceutically pure, high-dose vitamin D drops (https://www.naturavitalis.de/Vitamin-D-Tropfen-HOCHDOSIERT-Agave.html).
Antioxidant vital substances for the immune system are also important, because our immune system is particularly challenged in the winter months. Vitamins such as vitamin C and phytochemicals such as quercetin, found in onions and apples, have antioxidant properties that can scavenge free radicals and thus protect the body's cells. In addition, according to Frank Felte: “Sports activity is essential even in winter. In order to prevent muscle fatigue and cramps, an adequate supply of electrolytes such as magnesium and potassium is important. These can be obtained by eating bananas, avocados and green leafy vegetables or as dietary supplements.”
Likewise, the role of omega-3 fatty acids should not be underestimated. Omega-3 fatty acids, found in high concentrations in fish oils, have anti-inflammatory effects and can promote heart health when consumed regularly. They can also help improve mood, which is especially important in winter. Omega-3 fatty acids are a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids that are essential for the human body because it cannot produce them itself. There are three main types: alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). While ALA is mainly found in vegetable oils such as flaxseed oil and walnut oil, EPA and DHA are found in fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines. Frank Felte explains: The positive effects of omega-3 fatty acids on our organism have actually been scientifically examined and proven in more than 15,000 studies. Our product 'Omega 3 Marine' offers high-quality Omega 3 fatty acids in high doses." More information at https://www.naturavitalis.de/Omega-3-Marine-120.html.
In summary, this means: The cold winter months can be both physically and mentally challenging. However, natural vital substances offer a promising opportunity to increase well-being during this time. You can get fit for winter through a balanced diet, regular exercise and the targeted use of nutritional supplements.
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