Magic drink for health

Experts said that a glass of orange juice in the morning will help the body get a huge amount of vitamin D.

Vitamin D is the only vitamin the body can produce when the skin is exposed to ultraviolet rays.

This was stated by therapist Ross Perry and Optiback nutritionist Beverly Richards.

That's why the risk of nutrient deficiencies increases in winter. You can make up for this deficiency not only with the help of supplements, but also by changing your diet. For example, experts recommend including one drink in your breakfast.

Although fish is considered the most popular source of vitamin D, a glass of orange juice can also help boost nutrient levels.

However, experts note that orange juice should be fortified with some sort of vitamin. In this case, starting the day with 237 ml of the drink will give the body up to 100 IU of vitamin D, or 12 percent of the recommended daily allowance.

Fatty fish such as salmon, sardines, herring and mackerel, egg yolks and mushrooms are considered traditional sources of vitamin D. Doctors warn that deficiency of this substance can have long-term health consequences.

Cursor wrote earlier that Israeli scientists have figured out how to reverse cell aging. A group of scientists from the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel said they had found a way to rejuvenate the body's aging immune system.

Cursor also reported that scientists have proposed a new type of blood test to measure the body's biological clock. More and more studies emphasize the role of our body's internal clock (circadian rhythm), which can play an important role in everything, scientists are trying to unravel their secrets.

Recall that scientists have discovered a protein responsible for aging. A group of scientists from China and the United States found that insufficient amounts of a protein that controls the release of oxygen in red blood cells provokes premature aging.

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