Vi­ta­mins A, D, E, K + Omega-3 fatty acids

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HOW THEY WORK TO­GETHER: Th­ese vi­ta­mins are fat-sol­u­ble, which means that they can only be ab­sorbed into your body if fats are present. To re­ally reap their benefits, com­bine them with a healthy source of fat, like omega-3 fatty acids. • Vi­ta­min A im­proves your eye­sight, en­cour­ages col­la­gen pro­duc­tion and builds your im­mu­nity.

Sweet pota­toes, car­rots, spinach, ro­maine let­tuce, bak choy, pa­payas and toma­toes. • Vi­ta­min D builds strong bones and bal­ances blood sugar lev­els.

Salmon, sar­dines, tuna, eggs, shi­itake mush­rooms and salmon roe. • Vi­ta­min E is an an­tiox­i­dant and

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helps to pre­vent pre­ma­ture age­ing. It also works to bal­ance good and bad choles­terol in your body.

Sun­flower seeds, al­monds, spinach, av­o­ca­dos, raw peanuts and broc­coli. • Vi­ta­min K is needed for bone health and en­ergy pro­duc­tion. It can im­prove in­sulin re­sis­tance in those with di­a­betes and also protects the cells lining your blood ves­sels.

Spinach, pars­ley, broc­coli, brussels sprouts, as­para­gus, cab­bage and bak choy. • Omega-3 fatty acids are es­sen­tial for brain health as 60-70 per cent of your brain is made up of fat. It can also im­prove your mood and cog­ni­tive skills.

Flaxseed, wal­nuts, av­o­ca­dos, salmon, sar­dines, brussels sprouts, cau­li­flower and soya beans.

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