Quick Nutrition

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Too complicated, too dull!

Isn’t it absurd that we have come to depend on nutritionists to tell us how to nourish our own bodies? Nutrition is beyond your understanding, yet it’s incredibly vital for your health. There’s an overwhelming amount of confusing information out there and it’s almost impossible to make any sense out of countless contradicting studies and articles.

The good news is that you don’t need to know all that bullshit! If you’re aware of just a few basic principles, you’ll be able to make decisions for yourself when it comes to your diet. You’ll be able to stay healthy, manipulate your weight, brighten your complexion, boost your energy levels! And the list goes on! A little knowledge can take a long way!

I’ll tell you all you need to know! I’ll tell you which the nutrients are, what they’re good for and how to combine them to achieve whatever you want. I’ll teach you how to read those puzzling labels and how to make to best choices for yourself!

Then what’s important for me?

Every food imaginable is composed of some quantity of the basic nutrients. What differs is the proportion of these nutrients. This is what gives certain types of food their specific characteristics. The human body needs every one of these components to survive and flourish. But joggling the amounts you eat will give you power over your physical condition!

Imagine you have a few types of blocks. Each type of a specific color! Now imagine to infinite ways you can combine them to build anything you want! The nutrients are your block! Quantity and Combination are your tools! Now get to work and build your body!

What nutrients are we talking about?

Macronutrients

  • energy macronutrients (These give the body certain amounts of energy that are measured in kilojoules or kilocalories. )
  • other macronutrients  (These don’t provide any energy, but are absolutely vital)

Micronutrients

  • Vitamins
    • Vitamin A
    • Vitamin B
    • Vitamin C
    • Vitamin D
    • Vitamin E
    • Vitamin K
  • Minerals
    • Potassium
    • Chloride
    • Sodium
    • Chromium
    • Calcium
    • Magnesium
    • Zinc
    • Iron
    • Manganese
    • Copper
    • Iodine