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Thursday, November 6, 2014

Simple Nutrition | Natural Sources of Nutrients
Food Fight #59

This article is a continuation of Simple Nutrition & Nutrients | Food Fight #58

What Are Nutrients?

Nutrients are elements. They are single elements or single elements that have combined.

Getting To The Source Of Chemical Elements

Of course there are chemicals in food. Chemical elements are what nutrients are all about.


Nutrient

1-Water

2-Earth soil

3-Air


4-Fire


Antioxidant is another word for many of the same nutrients in this column.(2)

Ascorbic Acid, synthetic Vitamin C

Beta-carotene is a type of Vitamin A

Boron

Calcium

Calorie is a measure of energy in food. It is comparable to wattage
of a light bulb.

Carbohydrates

Chloride


Chromium

Cobalt is part of B12

Copper

Enzymes are proteins.

Fat from animals.
Oil is liquid fat.

Fat from plants.
Oil is liquid fat.

Fatty acids are building blocks of fat

Fiber

Flavonoids are a subset of polyphenols

Fructose is natural sugar.

Fructose, High Fructose
Corn Syrup

Glucose is natural sugar.

Honey is glucose and fructose.

Iodine

Iron

Lycopene

Magnesium

Manganese

Molasses is sugar from the byproduct of extracting and refining sugar from sugar cane and sugar beets.

Mylobdenum

Niacin is Vitamin B3

Nickel

Omega-3 Fatty Acid

Omega-6 Fatty Acid

Omega-9 Fatty Acid

Oxygen

Phosphorous

Phytonutrients are plant nutrients.

Polyphenols are plant nutrients. Some are antioxidants.

Potassium

Probiotics, good bacteria.


Protein is made of amino acids

Pyridoxine is Vitamin B6

Rest and sleep

Riboflavin is Vitamin B2

Selenium

Silicon

Sodium

Starch is made of glucose.

Sucrose in Creator-manipulated form is sugar in plants and consumed along with the plant.

Sugar, Brown is less than natural.


Sucrose in human-manipulated form is table sugar, cane sugar and beet sugar from multiple
steps of refining.

Sulfur

Thiamin is Vitamin B1


Vitamin A comes in several natural forms.

Vitamin B1 is Thiamin


Vitamin B12 is Cobalamin


Vitamin B2 is Riboflavin

Vitamin B3 is Niacin

Vitamin B6 is Pyridoxine

Vitamin B7 is Biotin



Vitamin B9 is Folate

Vitamin B9 synthetic is Folic Acid

Vitamin C (3)

Vitamin D


Vitamin E

Vitamin K

Xanthophyll is a type of Vitamin A

Zinc

Main Elements Made Of...

Hydrogen, Oxygen. Also other elements.

Most, if not all, elements

Nitrogen, Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen, Argon, Methane and other elements

Light energy, heat energy


Most, if not all, of the elements in this column


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen


Carbon, Hydrogen


Hydrogen*

Hydrogen*

All calories are good in food
we should eat.



Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Comes from Chlorine


Hydrogen*

Hydrogen*

Hydrogen*

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Carbon and Oxygen mostly


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen and
sometimes other elements

Hydrogen*

Hydrogen*

Carbon, Hydrogen

Hydrogen*

Hydrogen*

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Potassium, Sodium, Magnesium, Calcium, Iron,
Vitamin B6, Manganese


Hydrogen*

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen

Hydrogen*

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Hydrogen*

Hydrogen*

All the elements in this column.


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen Some also contain Chlorine or Nitrogen and Sulfur


Hydrogen*

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen and others


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen

Elements of health.

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen

Hydrogen*

Hydrogen*

Hydrogen*

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen



Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen



Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen




Hydrogen*

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Sulfur

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen. Some is Carbon, Hydrogen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Sulfur

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen. Also made of cobalt which is made of hydrogen.

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Sulfur in the presence of Sodium

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen,


Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen


Hydrogen*

Main Natural Sources

Springs, wells, rain (1)

Plants

Atmosphere


Sun, Moon, Stars,
Earth core

Plants



None


Plants


Plants

Plants

Nutrients




Plants

Plants. Also likely in rain and other fresh water.

Plants

Plants, seafood

Plants

Plants

Seafood, poultry, eggs


Plants


Plants, seafood, poultry, eggs

Plants, all parts.

Plants


Plants.

None. GMO Corn


Plants

Bees. If refined, it is less natural, less beneficial.

Seafood, eggs, plants.

Plants

Plants

Plants

Plants

None. It is refined and less than natural.



Plants

Plants, seafood

Plants

Plants, seafood

Plants, eggs

Plants

Air, Water, Plants

Plants, seafood, poultry

Plants


Plants



Plants

Plants uncooked, eaten shortly after harvesting.

Plants


Plants, seafood, poultry

Dictated by the body

Plants, seafood, eggs

Seeds, seafood

Plants

Plants, eggs

Plants

Plants



None. Refined from sucrose or molasses added to white sugar.

None




Plants

Plants, seafood


Plants


Plants, seafood


Fresh water, rain, water, Seafood, eggs

Plants, seafood, eggs

Plants, seafood

Plants, seafood, poultry

Plants



Plants

None


Fruit & Vegetables

Plants, eggs, seafood, Sun

Plants, especially seeds

Plants

Plants


Plants


Conclusion

This list clearly shows, despite the number of confusing and duplicate terms for nutrients, they all boil down to the same few elements which can be obtained from a few main natural sources. These sources are all connected to the primordial four at the top of this list. The primordial four are another way to maintain a much simpler focus when thinking about nutrition and health.

To enhance understanding through critical analysis, right now, perform a general double-check of this list by searching what the human body is made of.

Notes:

*Per the Grand Unified Theorem.
(1) Fresh, uncooked natural foods provide some water.
Tap water is processed with harmful elements added and should be the last resort, not first.
(2) An anti-oxidant prevents oxidation. Oxidation causes unwanted chemical reactions that cause deterioration of cell structures.
(3) Vitamin C, Ascorbic Acid and Citric Acid are all different. They are all found in citrus fruits and some other vegetables.

2 comments:

  1. Chocolate comes from cocoa which comes out of a tree. That makes it a plant. So therefore chocolate is good for you....right? I know, I know, I'm beyond help

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    1. Is the item required to maintain health? Is the item food or medicine? Medicine heals without side effects.

      Cocaine comes from certain varieties of the coca plant. Both cocaine and the coca plant have many uses.

      Everything in existence comes from the natural world, thus, ultimately natural sources. The difference is how the elements are manipulated.

      At a minimum, both chocolate and cocaine contain carbohydrates, thus the body can make use of them to some degree. Does this make them equal to each other? Is either one equal to food?

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