Mexico During the cold season, good and adequate nutrients are consumed.
"A person typically needs to consume about 5% to 10% of the calorie intake," said Professor S. Gustavo, Sunyya Sanchez University of Mexico (UVM), San Rafael Campus, "but you should find a healthier diet, .
For example, 50% of the body's food income should be high quality carbohydrates such as fruit or whole grains.
30% is a good oil and must be fruiting salts like fried food such as olive oil or avocados.
The remaining 20% may be eggs, chicken, red meat.
"In addition to a healthy diet, in addition to a good energy balance, this will be most suitable for coping with the winter," says Suniga.
Similarly, nutrition should be improved to protect the dried skin in the cold season, and eat rich protein, vitamins and minerals.
"For example, vitamins are beneficial for the skin, including zinc, zinc, selenium and magnesium."
In addition, there are other micronutrients to prevent the production of muscle, urine and eyes.
Similarly, he said that during the cold, warm nose, nose, mouth, and hands and gloves should be protected, and their skin should be protected to protect their feet.
It is the biggest organ in the human body and it is recommended to keep it hydrogen as the skin is dehydrated. Then it can be dried up and the lamps are complicated by subsequent infections.
"Water is good for the liver, which makes hydrogen and good. Good cream." EFE