!These foods heal wounds sooner
wounds and injuries happen for all of us, but the question is whether these wounds or injuries have healed or been with you for a long time.
Adhering to a proper diet plan will help you heal wounds and injuries as quickly as possible.
A balanced diet should include all types of foods, meaning that you consume enough protein, nuts, fruits and vegetables, low-fat dairy products and unsaturated fatty acids in your daily diet.
?Why do we need proper nutrition to repair our wounds
When somewhere injured in the body, the body stimulates the immune system to fight infection. Nutrients in foods help regenerate damaged tissues and strengthen the immune system to fight microbial agents. indeed choosing the right foods in the diet will increase the speed of wound healing.
Some foods are called improvers because of their specific nutrients. These foods facilitate the healing process.
These foods include:
Foods containing vitamin C suitable for wound healing*
Vitamin C is essential for the synthesis of intercellular matrix of tissues such as bone, skin, blood vessel walls and transplanted tissues, as well as having antioxidant effects and preventing cell damage.
Foods containing vitamin C include: citrus, kiwi, cabbage family, tomato, cabbage family, berries, etc.
Foods containing vitamin A suitable for wound healing*
One of the important roles of vitamin A in the body is to help produce white blood cells, which play an important role in fighting infection around wounds. It also effects in skin health and has antioxidant, anti-free radicals, which are important for cell damage. Foods containing Vitamin A include liver, vegetables, and yellow and orange fruits such as carrots, mango, chili peppers, sweet potatoes.
Foods containing omega-3 fatty acids*
Omega 3 fatty acids has a great effect on accelerating wound healing by reducing inflammation. It also reduces pain in the joints by reducing inflammation in that areas. Foods containing omega-3 fatty acids include salmon, sardines, salmon, tuna, flax, walnut.
A proper diet can help heal wounds and injuries as quickly as possible
Foods containing zinc*
Another nutrient that is effective in healing is zinc. Zinc is effective in strengthening the immune system, cell division, collagen synthesis and speeds up wound healing. Zinc-containing foods include red meat, seafood, nuts and seeds such as pumpkin seeds.
Foods containing anti-inflammatory agents to accelerate wound healing*
Some foods, with anti-inflammatory agents, reduce inflammation and prevent infection and increase the process of healing. These include: Honey, Pineapple, and Jasmine. Be sure to try the combination of honey and yogurt to quickly heal your wounds. Local use of honey has long been effective in healing wounds and injuries.
Accelerate wound healing by using protein*
Wounds need more protein for healing. An inadequate diet will undoubtedly affect the speed and severity of wound healing and slow the healing process. Try to have a high-protein diet to speed up your wound healing.
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