There are so many vitamins. There’s vitamin A, B, C, D, E and K.
VITAMIN A can be found in foods like tomatoes, carrots and apples. Vitamin A is good for maintaining a healthy eyesight and skin.
VITAMIN B can be found is foods like brown rice, oats and bananas. Vitamin B helps in the conversion of food into energy we need for carrying out our daily activities.
VITAMIN C helps with our immune system and helps our body fight against infections and can prevent colds. Vitamin C can be found from kiwi and oranges.
VITAMIN D works with calcium to maintain strong bones and teeth. Vitamin D can be found in milk and oily fishes like salmon and tuna.
VITAMIN E is an anti-oxidant, which can slow down the aging process. Avocado and corn are great sources of vitamin E.
Vitamin K can be obtained from dark green leafy vegetables such as spinach and it is needed by our body to help in the clotting of blood.
Have a variety of food everyday to make sure that you provide your body with the different vitamins it needs for normal and healthy functioning.
Vitamin B12 (also referred to as cobalamin) is sometimes overlooked in diets, but it plays a crucial role in everyday functioning – for one thing, it’s responsible for the production of red blood cells, which distribute oxygen to organs in your body.
If you’re deficient in this vitamin, you could develop anemia that carries symptoms such as weakness, fatigue, loss of appetite, and even mental illnesses. Vitamin B12 doesn’t occur naturally in your body, so you either have to get it through food or supplements.
Barring popping pills, here are 12 meals to get your fill…
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Where can you buy jackfruit? You can typically buy it at an Asian grocery store such as 99 Ranch Market. They are usually shipped whole (and likely frozen) from Thailand. You can pick out a good jackfruit by making sure that it is:
1) Has a strong aroma
2) Has many, dark spots covering the spines
3) You can pick it up without hurting yourself
4) It is slightly squishy to the touch
Young, canned jackfruit is also often used as a meat substitute. If you want this, you should buy it in brine as a canned good.
The jackfruit pods are actually a collection of flowers with a seed inside. The fruit grows on the side and on top of a jackfruit tree and is one of the world’s most delicious fruits.
The jackfruit seeds are edible! You can boil or roast them and they taste like mild chestnuts, or you can put them in curries, soups, etc. They are full of nutrients.
How do you eat a jackfruit? As you can tell, you can peel out the pods and remove the white, fibrous strands. The yellow pedals are edible.
Benefits of jackfruit: extremely high levels of vitamin C, antioxidants, magnesium, vitamin B6 and fiber. This helps you poop, keep energy levels up, stave off cancer and helps you sleep.
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10 Healthy Breakfast ideas and Lunch Ideas on how to cook that healthy food! In this quick and easy how to healthy breakfast ideas and healthy lunch ideas tutorial I show what I eat in a day for breakfast, snacks, and lunch. I show 5 healthy breakfast ideas, which you can also have for a healthy snack and 5 healthy lunch ideas, all perfect for back to school or work. In this healthy recipes video you learn how to cook healthy meals and snacks at home. From how to bake a bread at home to ice cream yogurt with fruit in a cone, everyone can cook these meals – perfect for teenagers, adults and healthy snacks for kids. Healthy eating is very important for your happy and healthy lifestyle. I show you what to eat to achieve that! This how to cook healthy food video is not about how to lose weight, but about healthy lifestyle.
The how to healthy food I show today is very easy and quick to prepare at home, nutritious and perfect to take with you on the go. Lately I have been much more careful about what I eat in a day – I try to eat healthy, nutritious and tasty food. if you want to know what to eat and how to cook it this breakfast, lunch and healthy snacks video is perfect for you. The healthy food can be prepared in advance and in the morning you can just grab it and take it to school or work.
For the how to healthy breakfast ideas I show you 5 different options. All of these are super quick to make, very nutritious and healthy. Banana oatmeal cookies for example require just two ingredients, two ripe bananas and oats. If you want more taste, you can add some cinnamon, chocolate chips, dried fruits. When you are running late for school, you can just grab a couple of these delicious cookies and you are out the door. Another healthy breakfast or snack idea is a delicious granola bar. Just mix the nuts, seeds and dried fruits of your choice plus add some rice syrup and almond butter. I also popped in some dark chocolate chips. These granola bars are so quick to make, healthy and delicious. Great for a breakfast or a healthy snack. If you love fruits, a fruit salad in a jar is a great option for your healthy breakfast. Just cut your favorite fruits in pieces and put it in a jar. Awesome breakfast on the go! Ice cream for breakfast? Well almost 🙂 Take an ice cream cone and fill it up with fruit of your choice, put a large table spoon of yogurt on, and top it off with more fruit. You can eat this on the way to school or work. Healthy and totally Instagram worthy. If you have some more time before your classes start you can make yourself pepper eggs and fruit kebabs. This breakfast is healthy, balanced and so pretty to look at.
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Eating healthy on the go is not easy. When we get hungry, we usually end up grabbing a slice of pizza or a chocolate bar from the vending machine. I hope this what I eat in a day video will inspire you to pay attention on the food you eat. What we consume affects our mood and health. Therefore it is important to eat nutritious and healthy food. In this 10 breakfast ideas and lunch ideas I show you that healthy food can be quick and easy to make, delicious and perfect to take to school and work.
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Iron is an essential mineral required for human life.
The primary biological role of iron is helping facilitate the production of hemoglobin, a protein attached to red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body. Iron is also involved in the synthesis of ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the primary energy source of individual cells and ultimately, of us as well. It also helps with the synthesis of myoglobin, which helps provide oxygen to our muscles.
Iron metabolism is very tightly regulated. Most iron in the body is stored in the form of hemoglobin, however there is a storage protein called ferritin where the body also has iron reserves. Hepcidin is the hormone that is the key regulated of iron metabolism.
Dietary iron comes in two forms: heme and non-heme. Non-heme iron is found in plants (nuts, beans, vegetables) and iron-fortified grain products. Heme iron is found in lean meat, seafood and poultry. The difference is that heme iron is more well absorbed than non-heme iron.
Fortified breakfast cereals ( 18 mg/serving, 100% DV)
Oysters, 3 oz (8 mg/serving, 44% DV)
White beans, 1 cup (8 mg/serving, 44% DV)
Dark Chocolate, 3 oz (7 mg/serving, 39% DV)
Beef liver, 3 oz (5 mg/serving, 28% DV)
Lentils, ½ cup (3 mg/serving, 17% DV)
Spinach, ½ cup (3 mg/serving, 17% DV)
Tofu, ½ cup (3 mg/serving, 17% DV)
Kidney beans, ½ cup (2 mg/serving, 11% DV)
Sardines, 3 oz (2 mg/serving, 11% DV)
Ferrous sulfate is most common form
Other available forms: ferrous fumarate, ferrous succinate, ferrous gluconate, ferrous lactate, ferrous glutamate, ferric ammonium citrate, and ferrous glycine
Iron is an essential mineral whose primary role producing hemoglobin and myoglobin to help deliver oxygen to the body
It is most commonly used to treat and prevent iron deficiency
Iron may have a role in improving athletic performance and managing ADHD and RLS
It is the most common nutritional deficiency in the world
Toxicity can be very serious and supplementation should generally be done under the supervision of a physician
The best dietary sources are iron fortified grains, lean meat, seafood, nuts, beans and vegetables
RDA for most adults is 8 mg/day, but that increases in young and pregnant women
Everything that we eat contains an amount of energy which is important for the operation of our bodies in our everyday activities so, on this episode we will see the results from an experiment that we have done by measuring 27 different fruits and vegetables with a voltmeter so we can see more or less the amount of the energy which they contain.
Plants utilize sunlight during photosynthesis to convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose (sugar) and oxygen. This glucose has energy stored in its chemical bonds that can be used by other organisms. This stored energy is released whenever these chemical bonds are broken in metabolic processes such as cellular respiration.
Cellular respiration is the process by which the chemical energy of “food” molecules is released and partially captured in the form of ATP. Cellular respiration is the general term which describes all metabolic reactions involved in the formation of usable energy from the breakdown of nutrients. In living organisms, the “universal” source of energy is adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
All foods contain energy but the amount of potential energy stored will vary greatly depending on the type of food. Moreover, not all of the stored energy is available to do work. When we eat #food , our bodies convert the stored energy, known as Calories, to chemical energy, thereby allowing us to do our everyday activities.
Plants, use the #energy from sunlight to make food. The energy from the sun is stored in leaves, stems, roots and fruits and when we eat the plants, fruits, vegetables etc in reality we get the energy stored inside on them.
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