Food that Facilitates Healing

May 10, 2019

Food that facilitate healing after a fracture broken bone

When you have a broken limb, you cannot move as much as you would like. Moreover, immobilization incites to snacking. However, during this period, it is important to have a balanced diet for your well-being, but also because some food will allow you to recover more quickly.

•  Opt for foods rich in calcium, such as dairy products, but also more amazing products such as sesame seeds, sardines in oil, or oatmeal.
•  Include vitamin D in your meals, such as cod liver oil, oily fish (salmon, trout, herring, etc.), veal liver, dairy products, eggs, etc. Vitamin D contributes to consolidate your bones and to the formation of calcium on them.
•  Eat fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C at every meal, such as kiwi, strawberry, pepper, parsley, and spinach
•  Don't forget to eat proteins such as chicken, oily fish, and seafood.
•  Olive oil fosters healing because it strengthens the bone density with its omega 9.
•  Honey is also a good source of calcium and phosphorus.

Food that facilitate healing

If you want more tips to improve your quality of life during your recovery, come see our other articles here!

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