1. Red pepper
Vitamin C adds energy and strengthens the immune system, which is especially important during the cold season. Everyone knows that to do this you need to eat citrus, but red peppers have more vitamin C than an orange! And there are carotenoids, which not only gives it a bright color, but also are powerful antioxidants.
Cold weather, among other things, spoils the skin, and love to fish will help to fix it. Fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6 will take care of her (they are part of cell membranes of the outer layer of the skin and prevent dehydration), and will also help the normal operation of the heart, brain and organs of sight.
A great addition to your winter diet — their antiviral and antibacterial properties are well studied. Mushrooms are rich in vitamin D, which improves immune system. In mushrooms a lot of selenium, Niacin, phosphorus, potassium, iron, and vitamin C and protein.
Contains a sufficient dose of vitamins C and D, and also protein, along with a long lasting sense of fullness, can be a separate snack, or part of the first, second, side dish or salad.
And other berries. But blueberries the most antioxidants, which help remove toxins and improve health.
One of the most useful spices. Contains antioxidants and improves the metabolism.
As you know, the body produces “happiness hormone” serotonin from tryptophan, which soderjitsya in bananas (as well as in dairy products, fish, soy, almonds and peanuts). In addition, bananas are delicious, nutritious, and its color reminiscent of the sun!