In addition, nutritionist Anna Konovalova emphasized the great benefits of fruits and vegetables. They are a source of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. There are foods that will adversely affect your body condition in winter.
According to her, a balanced diet is important for maintaining skin quality. At the same time, it is impossible to single out a few foods that will cope with this task on their own.
“Given the changes in nutrition associated with the winter period, you need to pay attention, of course, to fish. It is a source of complete protein, polyunsaturated fatty acids, and trace elements. It is recommended to consume at least two to three servings of 110-140 grams per week. Ideally, one of these servings should be fatty fish,” Konovalova said.
In addition, the expert recalled the benefits of vegetables and fruits. They are a source of vitamins, minerals, and fiber.
“Try to eat at least five to six servings daily. Include nuts and seeds in your diet, which are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids and trace elements. These are high-calorie foods, so it’s enough to eat no more than 20-30 grams a day,” the nutritionist said.