Natural food sources are the best for you  

                                     Listed are some of the most beneficial    

Amino Acids;

        Dairy Products, Eggs, Meats, Cheese, Almonds, Raisins, Raw Cereals, Chocolate, Sesame Seeds, Nuts, Sun Flower Seeds, Oatmeal, Popcorn, Whole-Wheat Products, Raisins, Raw Cereals, Potatos, Fish, Soy Beans, Lima Beans, Avocados, Peanuts, Bananas,

Proteins;

         Most Fish, Turkey, Chicken, Pork, Lean Meat, Lamb, Dairy Products, Beans, Almonds, Lobster, Crab, Shrimp, Yogurt, Nuts, Seeds, Eggs,

Complete Proteins; Which are the highest forms, Lean Meats, Poultry, Fish, Eggs & Dairy. Incomplete Proteins; Need to be combined with other foods to make a complete protein.  

Complex Carbohydrates;

          Complex Carbohydrates are often referred to as starch or starchy foods. They are found naturally in foods and also refined in processed foods.

   These natural starches are found in;  Bananas, Barley, Beans, Brown rice, Chickpeas, Lentils, Nuts, Oats, Parsnips, Potatoes, Root Vegetables, Sweet Corn, Whole Grain Cereals, Wholemeal Breads, Wholemeal Cereals, Wholemeal Flour, Wholemeal Pasta, Yams

   Complex Carbohydrates as refined starches are found in; Biscuits, Cakes, Pastries, Pizzas, Sugary Processed Breakfast Cereal, White Bread, White Flour, White Pasta and Rice

Simple Carbohydrates;

         Simple Carbohydrates are also known as sugars. They also exist in either a natural or refined form. Natural sugars are found in; Fruits & Vegetables. Refined Sugars are in; Biscuits, Cakes, Pastries, Chocolate, Honey, Jams, Jellies, Brown Sugar, White Cane Sugar Sweets, Snack Bars, Soft Drinks, Pizza, Prepared Foods and Sauces,

B Vitamins; 

        Green Leafy Vegetables, Whole Wheat Flour, Brown Rice, Brewers Yeast, Navy Beans, Salmon, Garbanzo Beans, Soy Beans, Beef Liver, Pork, Red Meat, Chicken, Turkey, Veal, Sunflower Seeds, Kidney Beans, Wheat Germ, Whole Grain Products, Almonds, Cheese, Avocados, Bananas, Rice, Bran, Shrimp, Carrots, Tuna, Hazelnuts, Lentils, Blue Cheese, Peanuts, Corn, Peas, Eggs, Lobster, Halibut, Swordfish, Barley, Beans, 100% Orange Juice, Fruits, Sprouts, Oranges, 

Vitamin C;

          100% Orange Juice,  Broccoli, Oranges, Papayas, Grapefruit, Strawberries, Guava, Tangerines, Lemons, Mangos, Tomatos, Kale, Hot Peppers, Sweet Peppers, Spinach, Collards, Rose Hips, Brussel Sprouts, Cabbage, Potato's, Green Peppers,

Vitamin B12;

         Red Meat, Milk Products, Eggs, Blue Cheese, Herring, Snapper, Flounder, Sardines, Clams, Swiss Cheese, Liverwurst, Mackerel, Beef Liver,

Omega 3;   

   Highest levels;  Flax seeds, Walnuts, Flax seed oil, Salmon, Fresh Tuna, Sardines, Fish oil, Eggs, Tuna in Water, Omega 3 supplements, Soybeans, Cauliflower, Spinach.

Lower levels;   Most fresh fish, Snapper, Yellow fin, Cod, Dark green leafy vegetables, Kale, Collard Greens, Turnip Greens, Brussel Sprouts, Green Beans, Kidney beans, Squash, Raspberries, Strawberries, Anchovies, Oysters, Broccoli, Butternuts, Organic Dairy

Vitamin D;

        Salmon, Vitamin D fortified Milk, Sunlight, Herring, Mackerel, Sardines, Halibut-Liver Oil,

Calcium;

         Milk Products, Almonds, Kelp, Molasses, Soybeans, Turnip Greens, Yogurt, Salmon, Sardines, Cheese,

Magnesium;

           Green Leafy Vegetables, Kelp, Almonds, Cashews, Wheat Bran, Pecans, Walnuts, Rye, Brown Rice, Figs, Collard Greens, Avocado, Parsley, Beans, Garlic, Sun Flower Seeds, Wheat Germ, Soy Beans, Molasses, Mackerel, Flounder, Halibut, Herring, Shrimp, Swordfish,

Potassium;

          Avocados, Bananas, 100% Grapefruit Juice, Tomato Juice, Orange Juice, Milk, Chard, Lentils, Molasses, Almonds, Cashews, Peanuts, Pecans, Walnuts, Peaches, Potato's, Raisins, Sardines, Fresh Spinach,

Benefits;  

        Nutrients including Vitamin C, D & B complex have been proven to help with depression, energy levels and hormone balance. An important reason why you should make sure that all of your micro-nutrients are at there optimal levels. This is why multi-vitamins are important.          Water is also not just"good for you"-water helps to burn fat. H20 can suppress hunger and rejuvenate your skin. By drinking over 64 oz of water a day can help you feel and look younger in a matter of weeks. You'll also drop fat, have more energy and save your kidneys and liver from chronic over use. When your kidneys are overworked from too little water, your liver has to take over. Limiting your #1 fat-burning organ from working efficiently.   

                  Protein is made up of twenty percent of the human body. It plays a crucial role in almost all biological processes and amino acids are the building blocks of it. Protein is an important part of life and nutrition; it is the substance that composes a large portion of your bodys structure. Proteins are made up of different combinations of an arrangement of amino acids. Next to water, protein is the most abundant substance in the human body. It is part of all body cells and is a vital building block in the growth, maintenance and repair of the body. 

               Amino Acids are a large proportion of our cells, muscles and tissue, meaning they carry out many important bodily functions, such as giving cells their structure. They also play a key role in the transport and the storage of nutrients. Amino acids have an influence on the function of organs, glands, tendons and arteries. They are furthermore essential for healing wounds and repairing tissue, especially in the muscles from a exhausting workout, also helping the transport of nutrients to are bones, skin and hair. As well as for the removal of all kinds of waste deposits produced in connection with the metabolism. Amino Acids also help the absorption of proteins in our body.     

            Complex Carbohydrates  provide a slower and more sustained release of energy than simple carbohydrates. In their natural form they contribute to long-term good health, appetite control and sustained energy levels.

                    Carbohydrates  form glucose when digested. Glucose is transported around the body via blood and taken into cells to be converted into energy. The pancreas gland in your abdomen secretes the hormone insulin - which is stored in the Liver or in Fat around the body. when your body needs more energy, a second hormone called glycogen is secreted by the pancreas. This converts the glycogen back into glucose, which is then released into your bloodstream for your cells to use. This means the body's glucose (sugar) metabolism is a cycle of glucose reactions. The slower the release of glucose and hormones, the more stable and sustainable the energy levels of the body. The more refined the carbohydrates, the faster the glucose is released into your blood. This can cause peaks and drops in your blood sugar level and less stable energy levels in the body.

               B-Complex referred to as the eight B's include B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12 play an important role in keeping our bodies running like well-oiled machines. These essential nutrients help convert our food into fuel, allowing us to stay energized throughout the day. While many of the following vitamins work in tandem, each has its own specific benefits   from promoting healthy skin and hair to preventing memory loss or migraines. Main function, helps to convert food into energy more efficiently and assist in the absorption of amino acids into our body. Helps to also break down simple carbohydrates. If you've been dragging lately it could be that you're not getting enough B Vitamins. Along with the other Vitamins it is also known for it’s ability to keep you alert and feeling energized and reducing depression. 

                Vitamin B12 can assist the digestive system in its proper function. The Vitamin B12's main feature is that it plays an active role in protein metabolism. That’s why you'll  want to eat foods that are both high in fiber and that also contain the right mix of proper vitamins.Vit B12 provides great benefit to the skin, helping to repair skin cells. Try eating more eggs, chicken, and various seafood as a way to have higher levels.

                Vitamin C acts as an antioxidant, promoting a healthy immune system. Also helps  to protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are compounds formed when our bodies convert the food we eat into energy. We are also exposed to these compounds in the environment from carbon dioxide, cigarette smoke, air pollution and ultraviolet light from the sun. The body also needs Vitamin C to make collagen, a protein required to help heal wounds. Also improves the absorption of iron from plant based foods and helps the immune system work to protect the body from disease and illness. 

               Omega 3's can help to prevent severe health conditions such as heart disease, cancer, digestive, diabetes, obesity, hypertension, osteoporosis and even arthritis. These same fatty acids have also been proven to be beneficial in conditions such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression. As well as boosting the immune system and aiding in weight loss. Also helps to promote the function of healthy joints and lowering cholesterol. 

               Vitamin D has several important functions. Perhaps the most vital area regulating the absorption of calcium and phosphorous, and facilitating normal immune system function. Getting a sufficient amount of the vitamin is important for normal growth and development of bones and teeth, as well as improved resistance against certain diseases. If your body doesn't get enough vitamin D, you're at risk of developing osteoporosis.

             Calcium is a mineral found in many foods. The body needs calcium to maintain strong bones and to carry out many important functions. Almost all calcium is stored in bones and teeth, where it supports their structure and hardness. The body also needs calcium for muscles to move and for nerves to carry messages between to the brain along with every other body part. In a addition, calcium is used to help blood vessels move blood throughout the body and to help release hormones and enzymes that affect almost every function in the body, 

            Magnesium  can help relax the nervous system and promotes balance by controlling stress hormones. It also helps to loosen tight muscles preventing cramps and improving flexibility. Low levels of magnesium can result in a buildup of lactic acid causing pain and tightness. Also may reduce the lactic acid buildup from post exercise soreness. This mineral helps to hydrate the body because it's a necessary electrolyte essential for proper hydration. Also may assist with problems sleeping. Magnesium over the counter supplements are not recommended, so its important to get this nutrient from Natural Foods or multi-vitamins.

           Potassium helps in maintaining the heart, brain, muscle tissues and other organs in a healthy condition. It is essential for the efficient workings of the muscles skeletal system. A potassium rich diet will prevent leg cramps and other muscle spasms. This is because of the role that potassium plays with muscle contraction and nerve impulses all over the body. It's also an electrolyte, which means that it helps your cells maintain fluid balance. Including the heart which plays a role in the functional of heart muscle contractions.  

  

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