Vitamins help the elderly fight aging
Vitamins are especially important for the elderly. Lack of vitamins increases the damage caused by the health of the body and even accelerates aging, so it is often necessary to know.
Vegetable oil is a good food source for vitamin E. Foods rich in vitamin E include sesame, walnut, lean meat, milk, eggs, peanuts, lettuce, soy, peanuts, walnuts, melon seeds, animal liver, egg yolk,Cream and corn, yellow-green vegetables, are rich in vitamin E.
Vitamin A: The main function of vitamin A is to promote protein synthesis.
Vitamin A deficiency can affect the production of spermatocytes in androgen pellets, epithelial degeneration of the vas deferens, decreased weight of insulin pellets, smaller seminal vesicles, and keratinization of the prostate.
The lack of vitamin A in the female ovary affects the normal secretion of estrogen.
Vitamin A is present only in the tissues of animals and contains vitamin A in the liver of egg yolks, milk, butter, cod liver oil and animals.
Vitamin B2: Under normal circumstances, when the vitamin B2 is deficient, the body may have keratitis, orbital inflammation, conjunctivitis, glossitis, dryness of the ear and nose, dry skin and desquamation.
In fact, vitamin B2 is also closely related to the quality of sexual life.
When the human body lacks vitamin B2, there will be problems in the mucosal layer in the human body cavity, causing mucosal deposition, resulting in metabolic disorders of mucosal cells.
Vitamin B12: The physiological activity of vitamin B12 is determined to some extent by cobalt.
Cobalt can reduce the oxygen consumption of tissues, thereby increasing tolerance to hypoxia and promoting the vitality of body tissues in anoxic environment.
For long-term vegetarian men, due to the lack of vitamin B12, the concentration of sperm in semen is significantly lower than other people, and the amount of semen produced is less than other people, affecting normal sexual function.
Foods for vitamin B12: animal liver, beef, pork, eggs, milk, cheese.
Vitamin C: Vitamin C can reduce the agglutination of sperm and facilitate the liquefaction of semen.
Genetic DNA in sperm cells is protected by the antioxidant function of vitamin C.
Lack of vitamin C sperm genetics is easily destroyed, which can lead to impaired sperm fertility and infertility.
Fresh vegetables such as green vegetables, leeks, spinach, peppers, etc., fresh fruits such as oranges, red dates, hawthorn, kiwi, etc. contain more C.
Vitamin E: Vitamin E has the effect of regulating the gonads and prolonging sperm life.
Both vitamin E and A can improve blood circulation, increase the mobility of capillaries, especially in the genital area, increase sexual desire and increase sperm production.
Vegetable oil is the best food source of vitamin E. Foods rich in vitamin E include sesame, walnut, lean meat, milk, eggs, peanuts, lettuce, soy, peanuts, walnuts, melon seeds, animal liver, egg yolk,Cream and corn, yellow-green vegetables, are rich in vitamin E.
The specific manifestations are mucosal thinning, mucosal damage, and microvascular rupture.
The damage caused by female genital organs is more serious. The most typical symptoms are dry vaginal wall, vaginal mucosa congestion, ulceration, directly affecting sexual desire, causing loss of libido and sexual discomfort.
Due to the pathological changes in the vaginal environment, the pain of sexual intercourse, fear of the same room, even if the husband and wife lived, there is no sense of happiness, but the woman’s spirit is extremely nervous and panic, which aggravates the pain.
The above symptoms disappeared quickly after vitamin B2 supplementation.
Wheat, green vegetables, soybeans, animal liver and heart and other internal organs all take vitamin B2.