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What to eat during Autumn

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With the change of season you risk falling into depression. Here are the recommended foods that help you.

The arrival of autumn is now a fact of life. And the transition from hot to cold it is not uncommon for someone to feel more tired and depressed.

But why this happens? First of all our body suffers from lack of light due to the shorter days. In fact, sunlight, among other things, promotes the production of the neurotransmitter regulation of mood.

But the Sun is not the only source able to activate the production of this neurotransmitter. Fortunately this substance may be urged by the food. Further evidence that we are what we eat.

Inevitably all the negative effects described above.

Let’s see which are some of the food that help our body during autumn :
GRAPES, a very healthy food and typical of autumn. This fruit is very valuable as it contains much iron, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin A, C, P, and B6. Beyond that the grape has high antioxidant properties and is excellent for preventing cancer. But be aware: If you have weight issues know that it’s best not to overdo it because of its high calorie.
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PEARS ,constitute an excellent food to supplement minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, calcium and magnesium. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, beta-carotene and potassium.
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Not recommended for diabetics due to its high sugar content. Be aware : If you have weight issues know that it’s best not to overdo it because of its high calorie.

APPLES; very rich in minerals such as potassium, magnesium, sodium, iron, phosphorus, sulfur, calcium and sodium; They also give an enormous amount of vitamins.
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Contains very little sugar and fats, it is therefore recommended to everyone. Besides this Apple has a large property to control the Glycemic rate contained in blood thanks to pectin. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, beta-carotene and potassium.