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ACC Nutrition 1400-

ACC Nutrition module 7 Vitamin & Minerals dietary sources

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Dietary sources for Calcium (Ca) 1.Milk and milk products 2.green leafy veggies 3.fish 4.tofu 5.legumes
Dietary sources for Phosphorus (P) 1.animal tissue (meat/dairy) 2.soft drinks
Dietary sources for Manganese (Mn) abundant! 1.nuts 2.legumes 3.green veggies 4.sea foods 5.CHOCOLATE!
Dietary sources for Sodium (Na)& Chloride 1.salt 2.processed foods 3.soy sauce
Dietary sources for Potassium (K) 1.whole grains 2.meat 3.dairy 4.fruits/veggies (BANANAS!) 5.LEGUMES
Dietary sources for Iron (Fe) 1.The richest sources are red meat and organ meats; 2.shellfish, 3.eggs 4.dried fruit. 5.nuts 6.peanut butter 7.legumes
Dietary sources for Zinc (Zn) Protein containing foods = Shellfish (particularly oysters), organ meats and lean red meat, yeast, whole-grain cereals, and legumes
Dietary sources for Vitamin A (Retinol or Beta-carotene) 1.DARK LEAFY GREENS 2.DEEP ORANGAE/YELLOW fruits and vegetables. 3.PUMKIN 4.fortified dairy
Dietary sources for Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol) 1.sunlight 2.Vitamin D-fortified milk, 3.eggs, 4.fish-liver oils and fatty fish such as herring, mackerel and salmon.
Dietary sources for Vitamin E (Tocopherol) 1.plant oils, 2.NUTS AND SEEDS 3.wheat germ and whole-wheat products, 4.egg yolks 5.DARK GREEN LEAFY VEGGIES.
Dietary sources for Vitamin K 1.GREEN LEAFY VEGGIES, 2.cabbage 3.liver 4.milk 5.bacteria synthesis in digest tract
Dietary sources for Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 1.STRAWBERRIES 2.citrus fruits 3.cabbage-type veggies 4.cantaloupe 5.pepers 6.dark leafy veggies
Dietary sources for Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 1.pork 2.liver 3.whole grains 4.nuts
Dietary sources for Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 1.animal products 2.GI flora synthesis 3.per online=Primarily organ meats; also fish, lean meats, poultry, cheese, and eggs.
Dietary sources for (Folic Acid) Vitamin M 1.leafy greens 2.legumes 3.seeds 4.liver 5 per online= vegetables (especially dark-green ones), organ meats, whole-wheat products, and mushrooms.
Created by: monica_acc