Nature Cure

Top 10 Natural Sources of Vitamins

Here are top 10 sources of Vitamins and Minerals which are not only delicious but also are easily found.

Oranges

Oranges are not only jam packed with vitamin C, but they also contain potassium, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12.

Vitamin C is commonly know to help prevent and cure the common cold and helps aid in iron absorption but has also been tied to the prevention of heart disease. Vitamin B6 is a powerful tool that aids your metabolism as well as other vital bodily functions.

Salmon

Salmon and other oily fish such as trout, orange roughy or sardines are all rich in vitamin A, D and two important B vitamins.

Vitamin A is essential for your immune and reproduction systems.

Carrots

Carrots are heavy on the Vitamin A and also have a good amount of calcium and vitamin C. Tossing a fresh carrot into your lunch bag is a great way to keep all those great vitamins right where they should be – in the carrot.

Spinach

Folic Acid or B9 is found abundantly in spinach. Folic acid is vital to pregnant women because it can help reduce the risk of birth defects in newborns. Spinach also has some other important nutrients such as vitamin A, C and E and should be eaten raw to get the most benefit from the nutrients it contains.

Blueberries

Blueberries are perhaps best known for their effects on memory. Studies have shown that the vitamin B compounds in blueberries help improve memory and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia. They are also a great source for vitamin C.

Almonds

Almonds are chock full of calcium and vitamin E. Vitamin E is thought to help prevent certain cancers and cardiovascular diseases. It’s also a great source of calcium which helps build strong bones.

Broccoli

Vitamin K, A and C, calcium and fiber are all very abundant in broccoli and a good dose of broccoli once a week will help prevent cancer as well as help build strong bones.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower is hands down the best source for vitamin K, which is vital to your body’s ability to make your blood clot. It is also a good source of vitamin C, fiber and some great nutrients that are believed to help prevent certain cancers like breast and prostate cancer.

Beans

Iron is richly found in beans which helps keep your energy up. Other important substances in beans can help prevent cancer, reduce the risk of diabetes, aid your circulatory system and help control your weight.

Apples

An apple a day may just keep the doctor away. Apples are a great source of vitamin C which will help boost your immune system. However, studies have shown that apples also contain other vital properties that help boost your immune system in ways that vitamin C supplements can’t.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *