YOU are in charge of how much nutrition YOUR body needs
Because YOU are the only one with YOUR unique body.
So, gear up and have courage about:
The 4 key nutrients your body needs:
- Saturated Fat
And of course, the big ones:
Vitamins & Minerals
Because YOUR nutrition and nutrients are different than anyone
Else’s nutrition and nutrients YOU need to know about YOU
And that is what this website and only this website helps YOU
Learn about YOU. Especially, the podcast talks about the
Unique YOU with all your characteristics
Look at food that provides nourishment for the body to do
What YOU need to do in life so that:
What Does Life Expect from YOU?
YOU will know and grow
Substances which provide energy:
Energy is not a nutrient but food energy is important for
providing energy for YOUR daily activities.
Protein, fats, and carbohydrates are converted into energy in
different quantities. Vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients
for the body but are not converted into energy
Energy is required to fuel body processes and physical activity.
Fat contributes to energy intake and helps you absorb is vital
Vitamins, therefore a healthy diet should always contain a certain
amount of fat.
Saturated fat is predominately from animal sources
Unsaturated is predominately from vegetable sources
Too much-saturated fat can raise blood cholesterol and can
Increase risk of heart disease. Intake should be no more than
Your daily recommended intake-LEARN what YOUR Intake
Should be-YOUR Uniqueness.
Sugars are carbohydrates that provide the body with energy, our
body’s fuel. They occur naturally in fruit, vegetables, and dairy
foods. Try not to use anything with man-made sugars in them-
almost any amount of man-made anything will put YOUR body
into the disease mode.
I have already done a blog about how important salt is to our
body – refer back to that blog.
Only use unrefined salt like the blog talks about – STOP buying
Any other kinds of salt – for YOUR best interest.
Important for the growth and repair of the body’s cells and for
It can also be used to provide energy. Some good sources of
protein: fish, meat, chicken, eggs, milk, cheese, and yogurt are
Vegetables based protein include legumes, soybeans, baked
beans, kidney beans chickpeas and lentils, nuts and seeds.
Choose protein-rich foods that are low in saturated fat.
The main source of energy that fuels our body and everything it does,
even thinking. They are sugars and starches. Try to each natural
carbohydrates found in fruit and some vegetables, dairy foods.
Limit man-made carbohydrates that are made in laboratories and
that, as YOU age, will create problems in your digestive system
and add fat to your structure.