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Why do we need vitamins and the best ways to get them.

If you are a fitness enthusiast, the significance of vitamins and minerals is not unknown to you. These substances not only keep our body healthy and functional but also fight against a variety of diseases. The good news is that many common foods contain multiple mineral and vitamin sources, so it is easy to meet our daily needs from everyday meals.

A well-balanced diet is the greatest way to get the nutrients our body needs but can’t make on its own. The most crucial vitamins are Magnesium, Calcium, Iron, Vitamin C, Vitamin B-12, Omega-3, Vitamin A, Potassium, and Vitamin D. The best approach to get a variety of vitamins and minerals is to consume them through food rather than from multivitamin supplements. Here’s a list of foods from which you can get the essential vitamins in the most delicious ways.

● Whole and enriched grains and cereals
● Lean meat and poultry
● Fresh leafy green vegetables
● Organic butter, ghee, and cheese
● Eggs
● Milk and yogurt
● Fatty fish, shellfish and seafood
● Nuts and seeds
● Iodized salt
● Chickpeas and soy products
● Citrus fruit

Adopt a broad and healthy diet and try to include these foods in your daily meals to ensure you get a variety of vitamins and minerals, and in the proper amounts.

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