A balanced diet has always been the key to health. Scientific research is increasingly focusing on the potential health benefits of specific nutrients.
Evidence to date suggests that ensuring adequate intake of vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene in the diet may help reduce the risk of certain diseases, such as cataracts, cancer, and heart disease.
By eating foods rich in vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene, you can reduce the risk of chronic disease. Therefore, eat a variety of fruits and vegetables every day to ensure adequate vitamin C and β-carotene, and you can also add some seeds, seed oil, nuts and wheat germ to supplement vitamin E.
Of course, in addition to good eating habits, continued health depends on many factors, and you can control some of them, such as not smoking, exercising, controlling weight, and having regular physical exams.