11/11/2014

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Pollinosis Skin He participates in the synthesis of collagen, promotes skin elasticity, and besides, it normalizes capillary permeability and regulates blood clotting. Vitamin C known for its anti-allergic effect, which is especially important in summer, during the pollinosis (allergic to pollen), rash and other unpleasant 'chesatelno-ptarmic' reactions. Vitamin C helps to cope with excessive physical and emotional stress. Lack of vitamin C is fraught with lethargy, irritability, dry skin, weakening of the immune system, ease of bruising and slow healing of wounds. Beta-carotene, carotenoids beta-carotene - a precursor of vitamin A. The vitamin known 'real' vitamin he becomes as a result of oxidative cleavage in the liver. You can get vitamin A from a number of readily available products - its sources are liver, milk, butter, egg yolks and fish oils. But recent research has shown - to make up deficiency of this vitamin is just 'out of food' is almost impossible, the body requires additional fortification. Vitamin A, like beta-carotene, protects the membranes of brain cells from free radicals, and beta-carotene 'destroy' the most dangerous of them - the radicals of polyunsaturated acids and oxygen radicals. In addition, beta-carotene can help prevent heart disease and arteries and raises blood levels of 'beneficial' cholesterol. Beta-carotene has beneficial effects on vision, which is important during your stay in the sun (Even if you have a properly fitted sunglasses). Lack of beta-carotene can cause blurred vision, weakened immunity, frequent respiratory infections. Deficiency of this provitamin a negative impact on skin condition: dry, early wrinkles, dandruff, acne and dermatitis - satellites hypovitaminosis of vitamin A.

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