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Vitamin A
papaya
papaya
Vitamin A comes from plants and animals and is not stored in the body. Beta-Carotene is often termed as pro Vitamin A. Vitamin A helps benefit your vision, tissues, skin, teeth, hair, nails and bones in many ways. papaya
tomatoes
peaches
apricots
mango
plums
Vitamin B-1 (Thiamin)
brazil nut
brazil nut
Thiamin is a water soluble vitamin, meaning any excess is excreted and not stored in the body. It is highly beneficial for the nervous system and one's mental disposition. It helps maintain healthy nerves and improve memory and mental clarity. Thiamin is also necessary to help convert carbohydrates in food to energy. sunflower seeds
sesame seeds
peanuts
almonds
wheat germ
brazil nuts
cashews
hazelnuts
macadamia nuts
pecans
pine nuts
pistachios
walnuts
flaxseed
Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin)
cashew
cashew
People have an increased need for Riboflavin during stressful situations and it is the most common vitamin deficiency. Its primary function is to work with other substances to metabolize carbohydrates, proteins, and fats for energy. It has a profound effect on thyroid hormone production, helps in the production of immune cells to fight infection, and aids in transporting oxygen to cells in the body. almonds
cashews
hazelnuts
Vitamin B-6
plum
plum
One of the more important vitamins, B-6 performs over 100 valuable functions for the body. According to a government survey, only 1/3 of adults and 1/2 of women get enough B-6 in their diet. B-6 helps convert amino acids into serotonin. It helps red blood cells, makes proteins, and manufactures brain chemicals. B-6 is believed to play a vital role in disease prevention and treatment. bananas
plums
sunflower seeds
wheat germ
hazelnuts
flaxseed
cashews
hazelnuts
peanuts
pistachios
walnuts
black walnuts
Vitamin C
pineapple
pineapple
A potent antioxidant that may prevent premature death from heart disease and cancer. A vital protector of cells. Plays a primary role in collagen formation, which is essential for the growth and reparation of tissue cells, gums, blood vessels, teeth, and bones. Due to its mild antihistamine effects, Vitamin C also strengthens immunity and helps to minimize and/or prevent colds. strawberries
raspberries
tomatoes
peppers
mango
papaya
pineapple
Vitamin E
hazelnut
hazelnut
Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin that is stored in the liver. It is a potent antioxidant that help protects cell membranes from free radicals. Its benefits are enhanced when combined with selenium. It helps protect against cancer and cardiovascular disease. Vitamin E helps improve immune function and slows the aging process. hazelnuts
sunflower seeds
almonds
peanuts
apricots
soybeans
wheat germ
brazil nuts
Calcium
flaxseed
flaxseed
Calcium is one of the most abundant minerals on Earth and in the human body. It plays important roles in signaling biochemical processes in cells, controlling muscle contractions, and building bones. Our skeletal system stores 99% of the body's Calcium while the remaining 1% floats in the blood stream. Calcium is integral in maintaining skeletal strength and providing structure to bones and teeth. It also plays a crucial role in the transmission of nerve impulses, muscle fiber contractions, and coagulation of blood. It is also essential to help heal wounds and maintain healthy cell membranes. almonds
figs
sesame seeds
flaxseed
Copper
peaches
peaches
Copper is the third most abundant trace mineral in the body. Copper serves an important role as a cofactor for enzymes involved in hemoglobin and collagen formation and is involved in incorporating iron into the structure of hemoglobin. Copper works in partnership with iron to make red blood cells and is the major component of the outer coating of nerve fibers and collagen. peaches
plums
sunflower seeds
Magnesium
pine nuts
pine nuts
Magnesium is a mineral that is abundantly found in nature. The human body contains about 1 ounce of magnesium comprised mostly in the bones. It is one of the most important anti-aging minerals and aids in the absorption of Calcium and Vitamin C in the body. It helps convert blood sugar into energy and helps to regulate nerve and muscle functions. peanuts
almonds
sunflower seeds
cashews
wheat germ
walnuts
brazil nuts
hazelnuts
macadamia nuts
pecans
pine nuts
pistachios
walnuts
black walnuts
dates
plums
pumpkin seeds
sesame seeds
flaxseed
Potassium
banana
banana
Potassium is the third most abundant mineral in the body and is located inside muscle cells. Potassium is considered an electrolyte . It assists in muscle contractions and helps maintain the appropriate levels of fluid along with the proper electrolyte balance in cells. It is very important in maintaining a normal heartbeat and heart rhythm. tomatoes
bananas
raisins
figs
plums
sunflower seeds
pistachios
apricots
peaches
pumpkin seeds
wheat germ
flaxseed
Phosphorus
sunflower seeds
sunflower seeds
The second most abundant mineral in the body. Approximately 85% of all phosphorus is found in the bones. The remaining 15% is found in the blood and fluid in and around cells. The main use for phosphorous in the body is to aid in the strengthening of bones and teeth. However, phosphorus is used by almost every cell in the body. It is involved in almost all physiological chemical reactions in the body. peanuts
pine nuts
sunflower seeds
Selenium
wheat germ
wheat germ
Selenium is a mineral and important nutrient that helps to fight diseases like heart disease and cancer. Selenium works best when paired with Vitamin E. Selenium is an antioxidant that helps slow down aging by oxidation. Approximately half of the body's selenium in males is found in the testes and the ducts surrounding the prostate gland. Selenium helps detoxify toxic metals in the body such as mercury and arsenic. brazil nuts
sesame seeds
cashews
black walnuts
sunflower seeds
wheat germ
flaxseed
Zinc
walnut
walnut
Zinc is probably the most versatile mineral in the body. It helps maintain a strong immune system to fight colds and flu, helps to heal wounds, fuels DNA production, and helps create the proper function of the male reproduction system. sesame seeds
wheat germ
peanuts
pecans
cashews
sunflower seeds
peanuts
pine nuts
walnuts
black walnuts
pumpkin seeds
wheat germ
flaxseed
Iron
macadamia nuts
macadamia nuts
Iron is one of the most essential minerals needed. It is present in every cell in the human body and is needed for the production of hemoglobin. Deficiencies in iron are common in women. Iron is very important to many immune system functions. soy beans
apricots
plums
raisins
pumpkin seeds
sunflower seeds
pumpkin seeds
cashews
hazelnuts
macadamia nuts
pine nuts
pistachios
walnuts
black walnuts
peaches
sesame seeds
wheat germ
flaxseed
Omega-3
soy beans
soy beans
Omega-3 is the name given to a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids. Omega-3 is comprised of 3 fatty acids ALA, EPA, and DHA. Scientists have concluded that the best source of these fatty acids is from food. Omega-3 fatty acids play an integral role in cardiovascular health and those who have cardiovascular disease. Omega-3 has also been shown to help lower triglycerides, slightly lower blood pressure, and decrease the growth of plaque in the heart arteries. walnuts
soy beans
black walnuts
Vitamin K
fig
fig
Vitamin K is found in plants and is produced in the body in the intestines. Vitamin K is used in the body to help control blood clotting and aids the protein found in the liver that controls the clotting. Vitamin K also plays a role in bone formation and repair. In the intestines, it helps assist in converting glucose to glycogen. cashews
figs
peaches
pears
pumpkin seeds
Manganese
pistachio
pistachio
Manganese is an antioxidant nutrient that is important in the breakdown of amino acids and the production of energy. Manganese is essential for the metabolism of Vitamin B-1 and E. It is also a catalyst in the breakdown of fats and cholesterol. almonds
brazil nuts
hazelnuts
macadamia nuts
peanuts
pecans
pine nuts
pistachios
walnuts
black walnuts
figs
pears
pineapple
bananas
sunflower seeds
pumpkin seeds
sesame seeds
wheat germ
flaxseed
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