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It is most important to consume foods such as fish, white and red meat, eggs, milk, legumes, pasta, bread and rice. In terms of vitamin and mineral intake, however, some requirements are increased during these months, especially those of calcium and iron. It is preferable to use extra virgin olive oil to season food, and as for water, it is recommended to drink at least one and a half liters a day. In addition, it is necessary to cook the eggs well, as they may transmit salmonella.

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