This video is an introduction of vitamins; fat soluble vitamins and water soluble vitamins
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If you add more fat to your food will you absorb more fat soluble vitamins? I discuss this topic, and also that while this may actually be true, adding more fat to your food may still be a bad idea. Free Guide to Succeeding on a WPFB diet: http://bit.ly/WFPB-Guide
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Why should we always eat salad, greens and vegetables with a source of whole plant fats? What does fat do to the nutrients found in vegetables and greens? What sort of fat should I eat? Are oils healthy? Should I add a source of fat to a green smoothie or green juice? Are there any studies to show fat's effect on certain nutrients? Keep listening as Dr Michael Greger and I answer these questions......... Studies; Fat free dressing http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/80/2/396.long Salsa Study http://jn.nutrition.org/content/135/3/431.long Forego Fat Free Dressings Video http://nutritionfacts.org/video/forego-fat-free-dressings/ Dr Greger's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/NutritionFactsOrg Dr Greger’s website http://nutritionfacts.org/ DR GREGER'S BOOK - HOW NOT TO DIE http://www.amazon.com/How-Not-Die-Discover-Scientifically/dp/1250066115/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1452502535&sr=8-1&keywords=how+not+to+die http://nutritionfacts.org/book/ This is for educational purposes only and no copyright infringement is intended. Follow me on instagram @801010inlondon I believe a low fat raw food vegan diet is optimal for humans however a low fat plant based diet is still a wonderful way to start improving your health, lose weight, cure diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, cancer, IBS &Crohns, migraines, etc! Other authors I recommend are; Dr Doug Graham Dr Herbert Shelton Dr T C Fry Arnold Ehret Loren Lockman David Klein Norman Walker Don Bennett Dr. Robert Morse Jay Kordich Max and Charlotte Gerson Paul Bragg Dr Michael Greger Dr John McDougall Dr T. Colin Campbell Dr Neal Barnard People Who Have Inspired Me; Dan McDonald Life Regenerator Freelee the Banana Girl Fullyraw Kristina Lou Corona
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Does Cooking Affect Vitamins in Food?- Thomas DeLauer For a short time, I'm opening a VERY select few slots for nutrition consultations via Skype, fill out a contact form at http://www.ThomasDeLauer.com 1. Vitamins - Overview: a. We all know that vitamins are important for us. Vitamins play a crucial role in our metabolism, aiding in the breakdown of food and release of nutrients that you consume. Vitamins play a function in growth, which includes physical gains from working out, energy levels, which are crucial to maintain in order to perform at your highest level, and even your general health, helping to fight off infections and prevent cancer. Given the importance of vitamins, it is very important that you consume food in such a way as to absorb them in the most beneficial way possible. (1) 2. Vitamin Loss? a. Vitamin loss can be induced in a number of ways, including loss to cooking water, oxidation (exposure to air), light exposure, and most crucially, heat. b. Heat is the enemy of many (but not all) vitamins. You don’t want to be putting in the time and effort to consume all of your fruits and veggies for the day and learn that you are cooking off the very reason they are so valuable.(1) c. Cooking time, temperature and method can increase the degradation of vitamins, and once a vitamin is broken down it is not available for absorption in the body. (3) 3. Which vitamins are the most sensitive to heat and cooking method? a. Water-soluble vitamins are the most unstable kind of vitamin when it comes to heat and storage. (1) b. Vitamins B and C are both water-soluble vitamins that need to be consumed in small amounts every day. This is due to their structure - since they dissolve in water, your body does not store them in your fat stores, and you lose them daily. (1) 4. How does the body assimilate a denatured vitamin? a. Denatured food are simply foods that have been structurally altered, which can occur from heat, change in pH or simply with time. This change in structure can result in altered cell activity and sometimes even cell death, leaving less vitamins to be available for absorption into the body. (7) 5. How to avoid denaturing a vitamin when cooking? a. Foods with high vitamins B and C become less nutritious when cooked, handled and prepared according to Colorado State University Extension (1) b. Research bomb: A 2013 study by the International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research measured the percentage of vitamin C lost in five different vegetable when cooked at 5, 15 and 30 minutes. At 5 minutes, the vitamin C concentration decreased between 10 and 17%. At 30 minutes it decreased from 50-65%. (2) c. Keep cook times short, and steam rather than boil to avoid the water-soluble vitamins being surrounded by water, which will leach out the vitamins (1) d. Use minimal heat and water to keep the vitamin content intact 6. Common Questions a. What is the best way to keep Vitamin C intact? i. Steaming for a short period of time is a great way, much better than boiling, where you will lose some of the Vitamin C to the water, or roasting, which is for a longer period of time and thus will lose a large quantity of the vitamin. Sauteing is also ok. b. Will mixing or taking Vitamin C with hot water hinder bioavailability? i. Vitamin C is not degraded immediately when exposed to heat - it is a slow process. That being said, the degeneration is hotter solutions will be faster, so be sure to consume the mixture quickly rather than leaving it out to cool to room temperature. (4) c. Are all healthy properties of food hindered with heating? i. No - some health benefits of foods are increased with heating, so it is important to eat foods in a variety of ways. Eat some raw salads, blend some healthy, vegetable filled smoothies and steam some vegetables - mix it up! 1. Are Vitamins Destroyed During Cooking http://www.livestrong.com/article/443774-are-vitamins-destroyed-during-cooking/ 2. Does Cooking Food Reduce the Vitamin Content? http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/cooking-food-reduce-vitamin-content-5164.html 3. Effects of Cooking on Vitamins http://www.beyondveg.com/tu-j-l/raw-cooked/raw-cooked-2e.shtml 4. Heat Wont’ Quickly Erase Vitamin C http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1988-08-11/entertainment/8801210968_1_pound-cake-vitamin-hot-water 5. Effect of Heating on Vitamin C Content of Some Selected Vegetables. International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research Volume 2, November 2013 http://www.ijstr.org/final-print/nov2013/Effect-Of-Heating-On-Vitamin-C-Content-Of-Some-Selected-Vegetables.pdf 6. Thermal Processing Enhances the Nutritional Value of Tomatoes by Increasing Total Antioxidant activity. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. April 2002 http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jf0115589 7. Denatured Foods http://www.vitaminstuff.com/definitions/definitions112.ht
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Please Subscribe for 3x Videos Per Week! http://www.ThomasDeLauer.com Does Cooking Vegetables Destroy Nutrients? How to Cook Veggies Properly Vegetables are packed full of health-promoting nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals. The nutrient content can vary not only on the kind of vegetable, but also the way in which it was grown and the way that we cook it. Of these, we have the most control over how we eat it - raw, lightly cooked through a variety of methods, or heavily cooked. Cooking can alter the chemical composition of foods. This can lead to certain nutrients becoming more bioavailable and others breaking down or leaching from the vegetable into the cooking water. Certain vitamins are water soluble, so these vitamins can leach from veggies when cooked in water, such as boiling. On the other hand, some studies have found cooking to increase the antioxidant activity by freeing the antioxidant compounds. Yet other studies have found a decrease in vitamin C from cooking, which is an antioxidant. Here are a few examples of the conflicting evidence: Case Study - Summary - This study found that, for red peppers and antioxidant activity, dry-heat cooking methods such as roasting and stir-frying retained more antioxidants, and the shorter the cooking time the better. 2012 study published in Preventative Nutrition and Food Science A study was done on red peppers to determine the antioxidant activity of red peppers following boiling, steaming, stir-frying and roasting for 5, 10 and 15 minutes. Multiple different healthful compounds were measured, including ascorbic acid content, total carotenoid content, polyphenol content, and radical scavenging activities. It was found that all types of cooking reduced these measures of antioxidant activity, with boiling reducing them the furthest and stir-frying the least. With every cooking method, the more time that passed the more antioxidants that were lost. However, other studies have found that the thermal processing of tomatoes leads to an increase of total antioxidant activity and bioaccessible lycopene. A similar finding exists for beta carotene in carrots. A 2008 study on cooking method (boiling, steaming, or frying) and phytochemical and antioxidant capacity of carrots, broccoli, and courgettes found that boiling and steaming were better than frying at maintaining phytochemical and antioxidant levels. One study on broccoli found that steaming was more beneficial to maintaining nutrients when compared to microwaving, boiling, or stir-frying. Conclusion? The best cooking method depends on what nutrient you are hoping to get the most from, and what vegetable you are cooking. When examined, extended cooking time tends to lead to loss of benefits - so it is likely best to keep cooking time to a shorter duration. Many compounds become more bioavailable with cooking, so while it is good to add some raw veggies in here and there, overall a short cooking time is preferred. Overall, steaming is better than boiling as this leads to less loss of water soluble nutrients from the food. Steam veggies for a short period of time, eat some raw, and make some soups - variety is the best way to get the most from veggies. Contrary to popular belief - Microwaving does not reduce nutrient value High Vitamin C, High Vitamin B, Polyphenols and Water soluble are unstable when cooking, so stir fry more than boil/steam, broccoli, Dry Cooking retains more nutrients for fat soluble vitamins like A, E, D - Spinach, carrots, beets, sweet potatoes, peppers Contrary to popular belief, microwaving doesn’t kill nutrients in vegetables. In fact, it may outrank steaming when it comes to retaining antioxidants. A 2009 report in the Journal of Food Science found that compared with boiling, pressure cooking and baking, microwave cooking helped maintain the highest levels of antioxidants in beans, beets, artichoke, asparagus, garlic, onion and spinach. Microwave cooking increased antioxidant activity in eggplant, corn, peppers and Swiss chard. On the other hand, boiling and pressure cooking led to the greatest antioxidant losses. References 1. Effects of different cooking methods on the antioxidant properties of red pepper https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3866734/ 2. Thermal processing enhances the nutritional value of tomatoes by increasing total antioxidant activity https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11982434 3. Effects of different cooking methods on nutritional physicochemical characteristics of selected vegetables. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18069785 4. Effects of different cooking methods on health-promoting compounds of broccoli https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2722699/
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The two classes of vitamins are fat soluble, including vitamins A, D, E and K, and water soluble, which are all of the remaining vitamins. Get the most out of fat soluble vitamins, ingesting healthy fats alongside fruits and vegetables, with tips from a registered dietitian and Florida-licensed nutritionist in this free video on diets. Expert: Rachael Richardson Contact: www.nutrolution.com Bio: Rachael Richardson is a registered dietitian and a Florida licensed nutritionist. Richardson has earned degrees from the University of North Florida and Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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Click Here: http://www.skinhealthhub.com Eating vegetables every day provides our body’s with major sources of nutrients, these include, both fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamins. Vitamins that can be stored in the body are called fat-soluble vitamins and these include vitamins A, D and E. The most important water-soluble vitamins are, the "B-complex" group that holds, vitamins B12, B5, B6, B12 and others, along with, biotin, choline and folic acid. Our bodies cannot manufacture the water-soluble varieties so the only way for our body’s to get is from the food we eat. The U.S. Food Pyramid guide recommends at least 3-5 servings of vegetables, but which are the best vegetables to eat for a healthy body every day? 1. Broccoli Broccoli is packed with antioxidants, rich in beta-carotene, vitamin C and folate, so it to only help to reduce your risk of some cancers it is also good at boosting your immunity to colds and flu. Broccoli really satisfies, and helps you to feel full for longer making broccoli a great choice to help maintain your weight or assist in your weight loss success. 2. Carrots Carrots are great for skin health and eye health and also provide essential nutrients for hair health. They contain essential antioxidants such as vitamin A and are also natural sources of vitamin C to enhance immunity and protect the heart from damage. For a healthy, filling, crunchy snack you can’t beat carrots. They really satisfy cravings, and are much healthier option to potato chips or Doritos. 3. Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes can be substituted for potatoes; they can be baked and cut into wedges or used cold in salads. These versatile root vegetables have dozens of anti-cancer nutrients like vitamin A, C and manganese. They are a great source of fiber and iron, so they provide energy and help regulate the digestive system. 4. Eggplant This bright purple vegetable contains fiber and potassium which helps play a role in reducing the risk of dementia and stroke. Loaded with the antioxidant, nasunin, instrumental in guarding the brain cells and keeping them healthy. 5. Onions Onions contain vitamin C and folate to fight heart disease and diabetes. Not only are they great for weight loss and healthy weight management as they are so low in calories, they are versatile in cooking, adding flavor and bulk to dishes too. Vegetables also contain essential phytonutrients that are essential for health, disease prevention and also are responsible for giving these foods their bright colors. Two of the most important phytonutrients are carotenoids and flavonoids. The phytonutrients provided by cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, and in root vegetables, such as, onions, sweet potatoes, and garlic provide unique abilities to decrease risk cancers and some of these phytonutrients simply cannot be found in other food groups. Dietary fiber is critical for our health, not only on a daily basis, but on a meal-by-meal basis as well. Vegetables are high in dietary fiber which is critical to our health as food cannot move through our digestive tract in a healthy way unless it is fiber-rich. This list of best vegetables to eat for a healthy body provide some of the very richest sources of fiber, essential for healthy weight management, balancing blood sugars and preventing heart disease and high cholesterol.
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Fat-Soluble Vitamins and Testosterone Christopher Masterjohn
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Read the list here - https://www.truthnutra.com/blogs/news/5-testosterone-boosting-foods-high-in-vitamin-e Get Vitamin E here goo.gl/qjQx6x Vitamin E is one of the 24 essential micronutrients for human survival. It’s a fat-soluble vitamin that comes naturally in the forms of tocopherols and tocotrienols, and is most well-known of having powerful antioxidant properties, but also benefits the body by being an enzyme coactivator and by playing a protective role in neurological function. One of the lesser known benefits of vitamin E, is its ability to prevent and slowdown the oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty-acids (PUFAs), which is great since the oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty-acids is likely one of the main reasons why high intake of PUFAs lower testosterone levels. There are many foods high in vitamin E, and in this video you’ll learn the five that best suit a testosterone boosting diet: 1. Spinach 2. Egg Yolk 3. Brazil Nuts 4. Avocado 5. Shrimp Also, you can download the exclusive 30 man foods grocery list here to know what the top 30 foods are to boost your testosterone naturally: truthnutra.com/foods Follow Me On Social Media: Website: https://truthnutra.com/yt Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truthnutra/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/truthnutra/ Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_christopherwalker/ Truth Nutra Products: Shop For Supplements - https://truthnutra.com/supplements Shop For Books - https://truthnutra.com/books Shop For Apparel - https://truthnutra.com/apparel Use code "YOUTUBE" For 10% Off! How To Boost testosterone Naturally With Testro-X - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCBD39qf528
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-s-the-value-of-vitamins-ginnie-trinh-nguyen Vitamins are the building blocks that keep our bodies running; they help build muscle and bone, capture energy, heal wounds and more. But if our body doesn’t create vitamins, how do they get into our system? Ginnie Trinh Nguyen describes what vitamins are, how they get into our bodies -- and why they are so crucial. Lesson by Ginnie Trinh Nguyen, animation by The Moving Company Animation Studio.
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Vitamin K is considered to be a fat-soluble vitamin, that is present in the intestines of the body. The best source of vitamin K comes from plant-based foods, particularly leafy greens. According to studies, individuals who consumed the most vitamin K have a fifty percent reduced risk of arterial calcification. This vitamin is also capable of opposing numerous of the leading causes of death in modern-day people in the United States, such as - osteoporosis and diabetes. Moreover, research has concluded that people who increase their intake of fruits rich in vitamin K have a lower risk of cardiovascular problems. Deficiency of this vitamin is rare, however, in severe cases, a deficiency can increase clotting time, that may lead to excessive bleeding and hemorrhage. Here Is A List Of Top 20 Fruits High In Vitamin K: #1 Prunes – 59,5 mcg/100g (74%DV) #2 Kiwi – 40,3 mcg/100g (50%DV) #3 Avocados – 21 mcg/100g (26%DV) #4 Blackberries – 19,8 mcg/100g (25%DV) #5 Blueberries – 19,3 mcg/100g (24%DV) #6 Pomegranates – 16,4 mcg/100g (21%DV) #7 Figs – 15,6 mcg/100g (19%DV) #8 Grapes – 14,6 mcg/100g (18%DV) #9 Currants – 11 mcg/100g (14%DV) #10 Mulberries – 7,8 mcg/100g (10%DV) #11 Raspberries – 7,8 mcg/100g (10%DV) #12 Plums – 6,4 mcg/100g (8%DV) #13 Cranberries –5,1 mcg/100g (6%DV) #14 Pears – 4,5 mcg/100g (6%DV) #15 Mangos – 4,2 mcg/100g (5%DV) #16 Raisins – 3,5 mcg/100g (4%DV) #17 Melons – 2,9 mcg/100g (4%DV) #18 Tamarinds – 2,8 mcg/100g (3%DV) #19 Dates – 2,7 mcg/100g (3%DV) #20 Papayas – 2,6 mcg/100g (3%DV) Thank you. This video was about foods rich in vitamin K and foods high in vitamin K. Images - pixabay https://www.flickr.com/photos/23401669@N00/3316017655/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 25 Vegetables High In Vitamin C - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6fp_x3oIyM 2.Top 20 Fruits High in Calcium - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRsnhRjOYp8
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http://www.stomponstep1.com/fat-soluble-vitamins-hemorrhagic-disease-of-the-newborn/ Vitamin A (Retinol, Retinal or Retinoic Acid) functions as a component of light reception pigment in the retina. Therefore, deficiencies affect vision and cause Night Blindness. Vitamin A also acts as a growth factor that causes the differentiation of cells. Therefore, vitamin A can be used to treat certain types of AML as it causes differentiation of immature leukemic cells. This effect of differentiation of Vitamin A also means deficiencies can affect the immune response. Vitamin A supplements for deficient patients can be an effective treatment for disease like Measles. Deficiencies can result from fat malabsorption or inadequate intake of foods high in vitamin A (Liver, fruits, & vegetables). Vitamin A is also a teratogen that can cause numerous problems for an unborn fetus. This makes sense as prenatal development is a period where cell differentiate needs to be highly orchestrated. Too much vitamin A could interrupt this delicate process due to its effects on cell differentiation. Vitamin A should not be used as a treatment for women who may be pregnant. Vitamin A toxicity can result in a wide array of non-specific symptoms like nausea, irritability, headaches, visual problems, and changes to skin or hair. Most other vitamin deficiencies or toxicities have a more specific classic presentation. Therefore, I usually just rule out the other answer choices and select Vitamin A toxicity if nothing else fits. Vitamin D [1,25-(OH)2D3] is synthesized in the body as a result of sun exposure or ingested as part of cow's milk (breast milk is actually low in vitamin D). The inactive precursor to Vitamin D undergoes enzymatic processing in the liver and the kidney to become 1,25-(OH)2D3. This active form of Vitamin D primarily increases the absorption of calcium and phosphate from the diet. Therefore, deficiencies of Vitamin D lead to decreased bone mineralization. Vitamin D deficiency in children leads to Rickets and in adults it leads to Osteomalacia. Vitamin K is responsible for the modification of numerous proteins required for coagulation. Therefore, deficiencies of Vitamin K lead to deficiencies of Coagulation Factors II, VII, IX & X as well as deficiencies in Protein C & S. This can lead to an increased PT, increased PTT, bruising (purpura, ecchymosis, perifollicular hemorrhages) and other problems related to clotting. Vitamin K is taken in through the diet & synthesized by normal gut flora. Both of these routes lead to an inactive form of Vitamin K that must be activated by liver Epoxide Reductase. Coumadin (AKA Warfarin) inhibits Epoxide Reductase to intentionally create a Vitamin K deficiency and inhibit clotting. Patients with liver failure may have difficulty activating their vitamin K also. Patients who are on wide spectrum antibiotics may have a deficiency if Vitamin K because antibiotics can kill off the normal gut flora which produce Vitamin K. Newborns also often have Vitamin K deficiency because they have not yet been colonized with the normal flora that create Vitamin K and breast milk is low in Vitamin K. This is referred to as Hemorrhagic disease of the Newborn and is why newborns are usually given a shot of Vitamin K soon after birth. Now that you are done with this video you should check out the next video in the Vitamins section which covers Folate & B12 Deficiency (http://www.stomponstep1.com/folate-b12-deficiency-megaloblastic-anemia-hypersegmented/)
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This video will help kids to know about importance of eating healthy food. It discusses the types of vitamins, their sources, and their importance in our body.
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Natural vitamin E is a family of 8 different compounds - four tocotrienols and four tocopherols. Each of these vitamin E types is acknowledged as a fat-soluble antioxidant, and all 8 are found in varying degrees in our daily nutrition. Vitamin E is a strong antioxidant which helps protect membranes of cells throughout the human body against damage caused by free radicals. The health benefits of vitamin E include a reduced risk of cancer, cataracts, and cardiovascular diseases. Moreover, vitamin E helps in boosting the immune system and metabolism, along with enhancing vitality and stamina. Also, some studies concluded that consuming foods rich in vitamin E can even reduce sunburns from exposure to UVB radiation. Note Taking supplements containing vitamin E have side effects, therefore, don’t take them for the long-term and in high doses unless your healthcare professional suggests it. Here Is A List Of Top 25 Fruits High in Vitamin E: #1 Apricots – 4,3 mg (22%DV) #2 Olives – 3,8 mg (19%DV) #3 Avocados – 2,7 mg (13%DV) #4 Mamey Sapote – 2,1 mg (10%DV) #5 Kiwi – 1,5 mg (7%DV) #6 Cranberries – 1,2 mg (6%DV) #7 Blackberries – 1,2 mg (6%DV) #8 Mangos – 1,1 mg (6%DV) #9 Raspberries – 0,9 mg (4%DV) #10 Mulberries – 0,9 mg (4%DV) #11 Nectarines – 0,8 mg (4%DV) #12 Papayas – 0,7 mg (4%DV) #13 Guavas – 0,7 mg (4%DV) #14 Persimmons – 0,7 mg (4%DV) #15 Peaches – 0,7 mg (4%DV) #16 Mangosteen – 0,6 mg (3%DV) #17 Pomegranates – 0,6 mg (3%DV) #18 Gooseberries – 0,4 mg (2%DV) #19 Figs – 0,4 mg (2%DV) #20 Cherimoya – 0,3 mg (1%DV) #21 Plums – 0,3 mg (1%DV) #22 Carambola (starfruit) – 0,2 mg (1%DV) #23 Limes – 0,2 mg (1%DV) #24 Tangerines – 0,2 mg (1%DV) #25 Apples – 0,2 mg (1%DV) Note Top 3 vitamin E sources: #1 Sunflower seeds – 33,2 mg (166%DV) #2 Almonds – 26,2 mg (131%DV) #3 Hazelnuts – 15 mg (75%DV) Thank you. This video was about Foods High in Vitamin E, Foods rich in Vitamin E, Fruits rich in Vitamin E, High Vitamin E Foods. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/vitamin-e-rich-foods/ Images - pixabay https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mamey.jpghttps://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Averrhoa_carambola_P1190437.jpg Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: #1 20 Foods To Avoid For Liver Health - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjx8AF3O_ik #2 25 Foods To Avoid For Sinusitis - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUgqpJZp0dU
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There are 13 essential vitamins our bodies need. These can be divided into two categories: fat-soluble and water-soluble. Log on to :- https://goo.gl/7DrWDx Subscribe for more videos : - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM3Bjfpp_OyOADpFbKr8Msg Like us on Facebook :- https://www.facebook.com/dailypostpunjabi/ Follow us on Twitter : https://goo.gl/UWuNPQ Follow Us on Google + : https://goo.gl/PwnmXA
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How to Get the Most out of Vitamin Supplements- Thomas DeLauer: When should you take your vitamins? To learn more about how I can help you, head to http://www.ThomasDeLauer.com Many factors play a role on how available vitamins and supplements are when you take them. Fat-Soluble Vitamins: Vitamins A, D, E and K- These are stored in the liver and fat stores in your body, so you do not need to consume these every day. They are easy to get from food as they are not easily broken down by heat when cooking. These are the most important vitamins to eat with food, as the name implies, they are only absorbed and used by the body in the presence of fat. These vitamins dissolve in fat and are then delivered to the bloodstream for use in the body. Not much fat is needed, but if taking a supplement, or even eating fruits and veggies, but sure to have some fat added. If you make a healthy smoothie, add some almond butter or you favorite oil, such as macadamia nut oil. When eating salads, do not use fat-free salad dressings! Olive oil and lemon juice are great options. Be careful if you supplement these vitamins and be sure to check with your doctor if you feel you may need to do so. These vitamins are only needed in small quantities and can build up to a dangerous level if too many are taken. Vitamin D is the main fat-soluble vitamin in the US where deficiencies are common. This is due to inadequate exposure to sunlight. Fortified foods and supplements can help. Try to obtain 5-15 minutes of direct sunlight twice per week to avoid a deficiency, and if this is not possible then talk to your doctor about supplementation. Water-Soluble Vitamins: Vitamin C and B-complex vitamins are water soluble vitamins that you need to be sure to include in your diet daily. Unlike fat-soluble vitamins, these vitamins are not stored in your adipose tissue or liver and are in essence washed from your body daily. Food storage and preparation are important when making sure to get sufficient quantities of these vitamins. Deficiencies are uncommon, however vegans do not have a natural source of vitamin B12 and usually need to supplement. While deficiencies are not common, it is still important to consume daily for bodily functioning. As these vitamins dissolve in water, you do not need to take these with foods, although you can if you want to. Minerals: Calcium and Magnesium (2,4) - These are best taken with food and good to take at night. Calcium is linked to improved sleep due to its muscle relaxing abilities and magnesium has calming effects on the nervous and musculoskeletal systems. Zinc (2,4) - Take with or after meals to avoid stomach upset. Do not take with dairy as calcium hampers absorption. Also avoid taking with iron as large quantities of iron can also hurt your body’s ability to absorb zinc. Avoid taking excess zinc, which can lead to anemia through suppression of copper absorption. Iron (4) - Best to take on an empty stomach. Avoid taking with zinc, calcium and vitamin E as these can decrease absorption. If you have a sensitive stomach you may not do well when taking iron on an empty stomach. If so, take with a light meal. Probiotics (4) - Best to take 30 minutes before a meal as this is when digestive enzymes, bile salts and stomach acid are at low levels. These levels peak after a meal, so this is the worst time to take a probiotic. Fiber (2) - Be sure to separate taking fiber from other nutritional supplements as fiber can hamper mineral absorption. Fish Oil (4) – Fish Oil is best to take with food and with your multivitamin, or other fat-soluble vitamins, if you take them. The fat in the food that you eat can help to aid in digestion and absorption. As fats take a long time for your body to digest, it is best not to take fish oil pills or eat a fatty meal pre-workout. This can cause digestive upset. Multivitamins: As these contain both water- and fat-soluble vitamins, take with plenty of water and some food with fat in it, but try not to take with dairy as this can reduce your absorption of zinc. References: 1. Fat-soluble vitamins http://extension.colostate.edu/topic-areas/nutrition-food-safety-health/fat-soluble-vitamins-a-d-e-and-k-9-315/ 2. Water-soluble vitamins http://extension.colostate.edu/topic-areas/nutrition-food-safety-health/water-soluble-vitamins-b-complex-and-vitamin-c-9-312/ 3. Get the most from your vitamin supplements http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/04/08/get-most-from-your-vitamin-supplements.html 4. A guide to timing supplement intake https://labdoor.com/article/a-guide-to-timing-supplement-intake/
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In this video I discuss what are vitamins, what do vitamins do, and how many vitamins are there. I also discuss the different types of vitamins, water soluble vitamins and fat soluble vitamins. Transcript Intro Whats up dude, and whats up ladies? Bryan again, and in this video I am going to discuss vitamins. We are going to discuss what they are, how many of them there are, and the 2 different categories of vitamins, so, lets roll. So, what exactly are vitamins? Vitamins are non-caloric micronutrients that are needed in small amounts for normal body functions. The best way to consume vitamins is through a variety of nutrient-dense foods. Supplements can be used to treat certain health concerns but there is insufficient evidence of any nutritional benefit in healthy people. However if supplements are consumed choosing a whole food based vitamin may be a viable option. There are a total of 13 vitamins, which are divided into 2 categories, water- soluble which includes vitamin B’s and C; and fat -soluble vitamins A,D,E and K. Water-soluble vitamins cannot be stored in the body, except for B6 and B12, and are readily excreted if not used. Because water-soluble vitamins are not stored in the body, consistent daily intake is important to avoid deficiencies. Water –soluble vitamins are necessary for enzymes involved in metabolism, without water soluble vitamins the enzymes will not work. Unlike water-soluble vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins can be stored in the body for extended periods of time and later excreted. This storage usually occurs in the liver and adipose tissue.. The ability for the healthy body to store fat-soluble vitamins decreases the risk of deficiencies however, over consumption can lead to toxicity, also referred to as hypervitaminosis. When consuming our vitamins through foods, the risk of over consumption is extremely rare. The risk of toxicity usually occurs through high amounts of supplementation. In our vitamin video series, we will be giving each vitamin a rating of 1 to 5. 1 representing little concern and 5 for greatest concern. This is based on if most people are getting enough through their diet. Bottom line: We will discuss the benefits and sources of individual vitamins in future videos. Keep in mind that eating a balanced diet can be difficult. But, try to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables with vibrant colors to consume all of the vital nutrients your body needs. With that said ask your doctor about any possible vitamin deficiencies and alter your diet/supplementation if needed. Comments and questions…like or dislike below.
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Raw Organic Wheat grass Juice Powder: https://shop.drberg.com/raw-wheat-grass-juice-powder-regular https://drberg.com/body-type-quiz1?ut... Dr. Berg talks about quantity of vegetables or vegetable salad that should be consumed. Our body needs daily amount of nutrients to sustain and stay healthy. These nutrients can be vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids. Your body needs 7-10 cups of salads per day (where 1 cup = 1 ounce). Dr. Berg talks about salad and how much potassium is needed by our bodies on a daily basis. Salads with fats can allow the fat-soluble vitamins to be extracted. Most people do not even come close to the quantity needed. A person needs 7-10 cups or ounces per day. Salads help weight loss by providing potassium to turn off sugar cravings. They also are required to get healthy to be able to lose weight. Potassium is also necessary for processing of proteins. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 50 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University. DR. BERG'S VIDEO BLOG: http://www.drberg.com/blog FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DrEricBergDC TWITTER: http://twitter.com/DrBergDC YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/drericbe... ABOUT DR. BERG: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/bio DR. BERG'S SEMINARS: http://www.drberg.com/seminars DR. BERG'S STORY: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/story DR. BERG'S CLINIC: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/c... DR. BERG'S HEALTH COACHING TRAINING: http://www.drberg.com/weight-loss-coach DR. BERG'S SHOP: http://shop.drberg.com/ DR. BERG'S REVIEWS: http://www.drberg.com/reviews The Health & Wellness Center 4709 D Pinecrest Office Park Drive Alexandria, VA 22312 703-354-7336 Disclaimer: Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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To get more nutrients from vegetables, consume them alongside a healthy fat, like olive oil, avocado or nuts, in order to absorb the fat-soluble vitamins that they contain. Get the most out of vegetables, pan-frying them in oil instead of steaming them, with tips from a registered dietitian and Florida-licensed nutritionist in this free video on diets. Expert: Rachael Richardson Contact: www.nutrolution.com Bio: Rachael Richardson is a registered dietitian and a Florida licensed nutritionist. Richardson has earned degrees from the University of North Florida and Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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This video will show the list of fat soluble vitamins and what will happen if a person lack of fat soluble vitamins in their body. In order to provide effective information, we did a research and produced this video. Please like this video and subscribe to our channel for more videos. Our aim is for a healthy society.
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Learn the risks associated with an overload from food, supplements, a vitamin is organic compound and vital nutrient that organism requires in limited as result, most of fat soluble vitamins (such a, d, e, k) contain amounts above daily allowance are drug products 2 sep 2014 dissolve fats oils. You will also obtain information about the there are 13 essential vitamins our bodies need. In contrast, the fat soluble vitamins are similar to oil vitaminsare essential organic substances needed in small amounts diet for normal function, growth, and 20 apr 2015 four important a, d, e, k, boost absorption of these vitamins, eat your veggies with some olive or raw 4 mar 2014 this difference between two groups is very as it determines how each vitamin acts within body. Water soluble vitamins, such as b complex vitamins and vitamin c, dissolve in when it comes to other nutrients, it's possible get too much of a good thing. Water soluble vitamins vs fat medicinenet what are vitamins? Definition, functions study the a, d, e and k authority nutritionfour important drwhat Just. It determines how each vitamin acts within the body. 315 extensionextension. Their solubility will determine how the vitamin is absorbed and transported by. Fat soluble vitamins differ from water 23 jun 2015 come in two varieties and fat. The fat soluble vitamins are there two main categories of and water. Fat soluble vitamins medicinenet fat a, d, e, and k 9. Here we explain the which are fat soluble vitamins, why you need them and where sol yoo bul vy tuh min) a vitamin that can dissolve in fats oils. 315 extensionextension extension. This difference between the two groups is very important. Whether a vitamin is classified as 'fat soluble' or 'water has to do fat soluble vitamins are critical health and wellness particularly reproductive. When absorbed along with fats in the diet, these vitamins are stored body's fatty tissue, and 23 dec 2015 fall into two classes fat soluble water. Googleusercontent searchfat soluble vitamins a, d, e, and k are stored in the body for long periods of time, pose a greater risk toxicity than water. The fat soluble vitamins are in lipids (fats) 20 sep 2015 this lesson, you will learn about and how they function your body. Fat soluble vitamin nci dictionary of cancer terms which vitamins are fat and water what is meant by a, d, e & k —fat wikilectures. Edu fat soluble vitamins a d e and k 9 315 class "" url? Q webcache. These can be divided into two categories fat soluble and water. Fat soluble vitamins medicinenet fat a, d, e, and k 9. Fat soluble vitamins are absorbed along with fats in the diet and can be stored body's what does mean? The word actually means able to dissolved. What's the difference? The difference vitamins can be classified based on their solubility. Beta carotene is an important antioxidant that the body converts to vitamin a, and it found in a variety of fruits vegetables vitamins are classified as either fat soluble (vitamins d
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This video reveals the list of 8 vitamin E rich foods. http://goo.gl/Y8UMQZ Vitamin E is the group of 8 fat soluble vitamins with the antioxidant properties. It is essential for our well being. Vitamin E goes through the body neutralizing free radicals that could otherwise damage fat-including structures including brain cells and cell membranes. A routine ingestion of the nutrient is essential for the proper operation of many processes in our body additionally it even helps prevent the oxidative stress. Other than facilitating healthy muscles, routine ingestion of Vitamin E helps our skin, hair, eyesight and resistance. Vitamin E help in shielding against cardiovascular disease, cancer, liver impairment, and kidney damage. The vitamin E helps in fostering your resistance, keeping a youthful glow by warding off free radicals, along with offering sun-protection. Scientists also have found vitamin E helps in decelerating Alzheimer's improvement including treating sicknesses like cataract, asthma, skin problems, ageing, and respiratory infections and so on due to its own significant antiinflammatory properties. Do you want to know more about vitamin E foods? If so, then read this detailed article at http://healthblog247.com/vitamin-e-rich-foods-and-benefits-health/ Did you find this video typing below phrases? Vitamin E Rich Foods | vitamin E | vitamin E foods | sources of vitamin E | vitamin E sources | foods with vitamin E | foods high in vitamin E | vitamin E food. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ37-Y3vUaM
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Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin that is well known for its antioxidant properties. It has enjoyed a reputation for preventing the effects of aging on skin, healing scars and scar tissue, and preventing damage to the body from free radicals -- a byproduct of our bodies' attempts to deal with the poisons and pollutants in today's environment. See All Top 10 Nutrition Videos : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-av9FScZPHsiLFCSMI33KRTYA_56x4As
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★★Top 10 Fat & Weight Loss Burning Foods For 2018★★ Here is a list of foods that will help you lose weight, foods that will help you burn fat or foods that will help you lose fat! Enjoy the video, don't forget to like, comment and subscribe! 1. Grapefruit is a great fat burning superfood. In fact, it is one of the best known “negative calorie” foods, which means you burn more calories digesting it than the amount of calories you took in. 2. Green Tea whether hot or cold, is one of the top beverages that contain fat burning properties. This healthy beverage contains the antioxidant EGCG, which works to burn calories throughout the day and helps keep your metabolism rate high. 3. Cayenne Pepper will help speed up your metabolism, which in turn will help burn fat at a faster rate. The presence of capsaicin in cayenne pepper heats up the body to help burn calories. 4. Ginger is another popular fat-burning superfood, which you should include in your diet. Being a vasodilator, it helps improve circulation of the blood. Increased blood flow raises the body temperature, called the thermogenic effect. This in turn gives a boost to your metabolism and helps you burn more calories. 5. Blueberries are a rich source of resveratrol thats best known as an antioxidant due to its high level of polyphenolic compound. Resveratrol helps neutralize free radicals and prevent obesity. 6. Spirulina is a micro-algae superfood that can help burn fat easily. Its high protein as well as all 8 essential amino acid content helps build lean muscle and even helps your body burn more calories and fat throughout the day. In addition with a workout, it can increase stamina to the amount of fat you burn. It is low in calories and can even reduce appetite to control weight gain. 7. Green Apples are a great fat-burning food due to their high soluble fiber, vitamin C and a higher antioxidant content. What makes this fruit all the more effective for weight loss is the presence of pectin in it, a soluble fiber that digests slowly but provides bulk. Pectin restricts the amount of fat your cells can absorb. 8. Broccoli is one of those rare vegetables that help in fat-burning process in the body. It is packed with phytochemicals that accelerate the breakdown of fat in the cells, getting the body into a fat burning state instead of storing fat. 9. Red Grapes can also accelerate the fat burning process of your body. The skin of red grapes contains a good amount of resveratrol antioxidant that stimulates enzymes that control important functions like aging, DNA repair and fat production. In fact, it helps increase your resistance to muscle fatigue. 10. Alfalfa is a herb that contains certain compounds known as sympathomimetics and xanthine that increase the body’s basal metabolic rate. This in turn accelerates the burning of fat and calories. It is an extremely low glycemic food as it does not spike the blood sugar when consumed. Sudden spike in blood sugar releases insulin, a hormone that promotes fat storage. Don’t forget to like and subscribe at WatzUp Today! https://www.youtube.com/c/watzuptodaynews?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/watzuptoday Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/c/watzuptodaynews Resources: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16579728 https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/04/090419170112.htm https://www.nature.com/ijo/journal/v39/n6/full/ijo201523a.html https://www.nature.com/nrm/journal/v13/n4/full/nrm3311.html https://journals.cambridge.org/download.php?file=%2FBJN%2FBJN90_03%2FS0007114503001715a.pdf&code=310894a7a0c9f86714e1b68b258da7cd https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17906192 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20372175 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20010119 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23918588 https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/06/110630131840.htm
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These are one of the healthiest vegetables what you should include in your diet. This leafy green vegetable has an impressive nutritious content. It is a good source of calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium and vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and C. Also this vegetable contains amino acids, vitamins, organic acids, polysaccharides and bioflavonoids. These leafy vegetables contain carotenoids such as beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin. Red Malabar spinach is a green leafy vegetable what contains a lot of soluble fiber and chlorophyll. The low fat content and only 19 calories per 100 grams recommended this vegetable as healthy food for weight loss diets. Thank you for watching & subscribe my channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyBZhSDikA9WsUyC_CqO7nQ Here you can see more videos about natural treatments with healthy foods and plants: https://goo.gl/MVmFk1 For business, proposals or any offer please feel free to contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org YouTube chat link: https://youtu.be/addme/hJks-IfyqGWXngcKWXrrA5dlCRbGSg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGhcRee-J9Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEbq1-OBz0A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZF7T5lfmpDM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqBs0PXsW3Q https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVu81uenLTw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBU8kQdBDPA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPSXbtqDb8A http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WclDqC5PpbU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7YD5vl5mcY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mK8ENCmlEc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooR1pemSirM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex30nJw1b3Q http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldvkGlYGPmA
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Vitamin D is very important vitamin because calcium can not absorb from intestine in absence of Vitamin D. Vitamin D more we get from sunlight from UVB rays & less we get from food.So,it is compulsory to take sunbath. Oily fish,milk,butter,egg yolk are sources of vitamin D but it contain very less amount which is not sufficient. Deficiency of vitamin D occurs to the person who dont have exposure to sunlight due to indoor work whole day like businessman,housewife etc. Also deficiency occurs to the people who covered their body for religious purpose & the countries above 50 lattitude where little exposure of sunrays especially during october to early march. Fortunately viamin d is fat soluble vitamin so deficiency dont occur over night.It takes months till that body uses vit d from stored parts. People of north canada & USA advised to take fortified Vit D dairy products to avoid deficiency. In deficiency of vitamin D there is deficiency of calcium occurs.In defideficiency of calcium there are so many disease related to bone occurs. 1. Rickets - It occurs in children where legs bent out & development of child is very poor. 2.Osteomalacia - bone pain & muscle pain occurs in mild osteomalacia & fragility fracture occurs in severe stage. 3.Osteoporosis - due to lack of calcium bone becomes brittle & fracture occurs from normal movement.Pressure & sneezing may cause fracture. Some studies shown that cancer of skin occurs due to sun exposure.But it is subject who continous/more work in sunlight.They may use sunscreen to avoid bad effects. Conclussion is that vit d is necessary to absorb calcium.We dont get enough from food so you must take sunbath for 15 min to 30 min everyday or twice or thrice per week. For any query mail me at email@example.com.I try my best to help you. Thanks.
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Essential micronutrients as the name suggests are nutrients our body needs only in small amounts. These are the vitamins and mineral. In todays we will talk about sources of vitamins and minerals and the function of micronutrients. Vitamins and minerals are essential micronutrients that play a variety of roles in our body, from building to repairing tissue, to aiding digestion, and maintaining nervous system functions. There is daily recommendation of all the micronutrients that we should consume to function normally. Deficiency of vitamins and minerals results in diseases. An example is scurvy due to Vitamin C deficiency in sailors who went on long voyages during 16 and 17th century. Keep in mind though there is also an upper limit for the amount of vitamins and minerals one must consume on a daily basis. When we consume too much of a particular vitamin or mineral, it can stay within the body, making blood levels more toxic. There can be unpleasant and even damaging side effects to having too much of micronutrient also. Sources of Vitamin and Mineral Functions Vitamins are either water-soluble or fat-soluble. The fat-soluble vitamins are A, D, E, K. These all require fat for digestion. Vitamin A plays a major role in vision, reproductive health and the immune system. Vitamin A and D play a key role in bone health. The best sources of vitamin A are egg yolks, milk and liver. The best source for vitamin D is sunlight. Vitamin E, has antioxidant properties and helps prevent cell damage. Vegetable oils, nuts and seeds are a great source of Vitamin E Vitamin K is found in leafy greens such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts and spinach. It plays a role in healing and blood clotting and bone growth. The water-soluble vitamins include all the B vitamins, vitamin C, folic acid and niacin: Niacin, Riboflavin (also known as B2) and Thiamin (also known as B1) help metabolize carbohydrates and amino acids. The great source of vitamins B1 and B2 are grains, cereals, meats, and legumes. Vitamin B6 plays a role similar to those of Niacin, Riboflavin and Thiamin, and also plays a role in neurotransmitter synthesis and the synthesis of blood cells. The great sources of vitamin B6 are poultry, cereals, chickpeas various root vegetables. Folic acid plays a major role in neurotransmitter and DNA synthesis, amino acid metabolization and red blood cell function. You’ll find it in fruits, legumes, liver, and wheat germ. Vitamin B12 plays a major role in the nervous system and in message transduction by maintaining the myelin sheath that encases nerves. Because of its important role, B12 deficiencies are serious. Unfortunately you’ll find B12 only in animal based food products such as poultry, beef and dairy. For vegans therefore we strongly recommend them to consume cereals fortified with B12. The work of Vitamin C is very broad. It plays a crucial role in healing and collagen production, it is an antioxidant, and synthesizes DNA and neurotransmitters. Vitamin C does not prevent the general public from contracting the common cold, though that seems to be a common myth. Too much vitamin C can be a bad thing, acting as an oxidant and even leading to nose bleeds and gastrointestinal distress. Best source of vitamin C are citrus fruits and vegetables. Essential minerals that our body needs include: - Magnesium - Potassium - Manganese - Calcium - Sulfur - Iron - Chromium - Fluoride - Iodide - Selenium - Zinc - Molybdenum - Copper - Chromium The main functions of minerals are: • Bone and organ tissue maintenance • Muscle contraction • Digestion • Healing • Cellular functions • Transportation and much more. With all the information we have you might now be confused on what you should be eating and how much. So to simplify things just keep in mind that micronutrients are available in whole, unprocessed foods. If you are able to consume a diet high in a variety of fruits, vegetables, legumes and meats and fish, you probably are not deficient in any of them. If on the other hand you find that you are eating a few of the same foods over and over, you may want to supplement your diet with a few key-missing micronutrients. Download our Fitness App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kaayaa.kaayaa&hl=en Visit our website https://kaa-yaa.com Follow us on social media https://www.facebook.com/KaaYaaFitness/ https://twitter.com/KaaYaaFitness https://www.pinterest.com/kaayaafitness/ https://www.instagram.com/kaayaafitness/ IMAGES: https://pixabay.com/
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Watch more How to Get Your Vitamins and Minerals videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/308144-How-to-Eat-More-Foods-with-Vitamin-E Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin and powerful antioxidant that promotes healthy skin and eyes, boosts your immune system, and even reduces the risk of blood clots. Warning Never change your diet without first consulting your physician. Step 1: Nibble nuts and seeds Nibble on nuts and seeds, which are among the best sources of the form of vitamin E known as alpha-tocopherol. Put almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts, and sunflower seeds at the top of your list. Step 2: Use vegetable oils Use vegetable oils, such as sunflower oil, safflower oil, olive oil, corn oil, and soybean oil, which contain a high amount of the form of E known as gamma-tocopherol. Tip Store oils in a dark cupboard away from heat to preserve vitamin E potency. Step 3: Get dark greens Get plenty of dark green vegetables, including spinach, dandelion greens, and broccoli, which contain many other important nutrients and are a healthy choice overall. Step 4: Make a peanut butter sandwich Make a peanut butter sandwich. Just two tablespoons of peanut butter contain 15 percent of the daily recommended amount of vitamin E. Step 5: Have fruit for dessert Have fruit such as kiwi or mango for dessert, which contain a significant amount of this important vitamin. Step 6: Look of fortified foods Look for vitamin E-fortified foods, such as ready-to-eat breakfast cereals. Did You Know? Vitamin E was first discovered by Dr. Herbert M. Evans and Dr. K.S. Bishop in 1922 at the University of California in Berkeley.
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Top 10 Foods High In Vitamin E Vitamin E is an crucial fats-soluble antioxidant compound that aids the frame in neutralizing the damaging after-results of oxidation of fats. Almonds are one the high-quality vitamin E fruits. Here are 10 Foods with vitamin E that you must eat. 1. Almonds 2. Raw Seeds 3. Swiss Chard 4. Mustard Greens 5. Spinach 6. Kale 7. Plant oils 8. Hazelnuts 9. Avocado 10. Olives Information Source : https://goo.gl/ww5bDW ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Help Us In Growing Our Channel 👍. Please View, Like, Comment, Subscribe & Share 🍹👌 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ✅ World Top Best ✅ https://www.youtube.com/c/WorldTopBest ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WorldTopBest/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldTop_Best ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Channel "World Top Best" Is About Various Topics Of Top 10 List From All Over The World . My Little Effort I Try My Best. Your Support Is Highly Appreciated. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #Vitamin #Foods #VitaminE #Top 10
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Vitamin K is a name given to a collection of fat-soluble compounds including K1, K2, and K3. It makes proteins for healthy bones and normal blood clotting. Vitamin K is also an important factor in wound healing. K2 is found in dairy products and enters cell walls, bones, and tissues to help regulate function in areas apart from the liver. K1 is mainly found in green leafy vegetables and travels directly to the liver after absorption to assist in controlling blood clotting. Vitamin K foods are also high in fiber. Vitamin K is also used to reduce the risk of bleeding in liver disease, conditions where the human body doesn’t absorb enough vitamin K. Moreover, vitamin K helps the liver in the conversion and storage of glucose into glycogen. Fruits rich in vitamin K also help to lower cholesterol level. Here is a list of Top 25 Fruits High In Vitamin K: 25) Plantains – 0,7 mcg per 100g (1%DV) 24) Pineapples – 0,7 mcg per 100g (1%DV) 23) Passion-fruit – 0,7 mcg per 100g (1%DV) 22) Cherries – 2,1 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 21) Strawberries – 2,2 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 20) Nectarines – 2,2 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 19) Apples – 2,2 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 18) Persimmons – 2,6 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 17) Peaches – 2,6 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 16) Papayas – 2,6 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 15) Guavas – 2,6 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 14) Dates – 2,7 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 13) Tamarinds – 2,8 mcg per 100g (3%DV) 12) Honeydew – 2,9 mcg per 100g (4%DV) 11) Raisins – 3,5 mcg per 100g (4%DV) 10) Mangos – 4,2 mcg per 100g (5%DV) 9) Pears – 4,5 mcg per 100g (6%DV) 8) Figs – 4,7 mcg per 100g (6%DV) 7) Cranberries –5,1 mcg per 100g (6%DV) 6) Plums – 6,4 mcg per 100g (8%DV) 5) Raspberries – 7,8 mcg per 100g (10%DV) 4) Mulberries – 7,8 mcg per 100g (10%DV) 3) Avocados – 21 mcg per 100g (26%DV) 2) Kiwi – 40,3 mcg per 100g (50%DV) 1) Prunes – 59,5 mcg per 100g (74% DV) In this video you learned about foods rich in vitamin K. Other videos: #1 Apple Cider Vinegar For Bronchitis Cure - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xpybzZ_6tI #2 Signs and Symptoms of Hernia In Men and Women + Causes & Types - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTz_y69VOkU #3 Top 25 Foods To Avoid For Piles (Hemorrhoids) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YE4jx5oQzs Music - https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Images - pixabay Source - http://www.insightstate.com/
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WATER SOLUBLE VITAMINS website : http://goo.gl/7DEvhL My channel : https://goo.gl/tfswGr Vitamin B1 The requirements are 0.6 to 2.3 mg per day. It is found in cereals, legumes and yeast. Vitamin B1 has an essential role in carbohydrate metabolism in nervous system function (transmission of nerve impulses) In case of deficiency, the clinical consequences can be serious: the Beri-Beri, alcoholic encephalopathy Vitamin B2 Its needs are de1.5 to 1.8 mg per day. It is found in all foods. This is one of the most common vitamins in nature. The foods richest in vitamin B2 are yeast, organ meats. It operates primarily in the mechanisms of redox (mitochondria) in energy metabolism. It also has a role in skin trophic. Its deficiency, although rare, can cause mucosal and skin lesions (lip, mouth, tongue...) Vitamin B5 His requirements are 2 to 10 mg per day. Vitamin B5 is present in all foods whether of animal or vegetable origin. Brewer's yeast is the food where the vitamin B5 is the most represented (15 to 20 mg per 100 g of food). This is one of the essential components of coenzyme A, which is involved in the metabolism of nutrients (carbohydrates - lipids - proteins). Vitamin B6 The requirements are 2 to 4 mg per day. This vitamin is found in three forms: pyridoxine, pyridoxal, pyridoxamine. It has an important role in the metabolism of proteins and amino acids. It is widespread in food, the body makes a little under the influence of intestinal bacteria. The more foods rich in vitamin B6 are yeast. Deficiencies in vitamin B6 are rare because the body a little product in addition to the daily intake through diet. Vitamin B6 deficiency states generally result from several related factors. The clinical consequences are: stunting, nervous disorders, arteriosclerosis, decreased immunity. Vitamin B8 or vitamin H The need is 50 to 150 micrograms per day. Biotin comes mainly from food, intestinal flora also synthesized in small amounts It is found in liver, egg yolk, soybeans, lentils, grains, fish, nuts, some vegetables and fruits. Biotin is the activator of a class of enzymes. It is involved in the synthesis of fatty acids, the production of energy from glucose and branch amino acids, the action of testosterone on protein synthesis in the testes. Actual deficiencies are very rare. Symptoms in case of deficiency are fatigue, nausea, anorexia, muscle pain, dermatitis, eczema, impaired mucous membranes, drowsiness. Vitamin B9 The needing for vitamin B9 is 0.1 to 0.3 mg per day. Folic acid and folate do not exist in nature and man is unable to achieve the synthesis. Vitamin B9 rations are totally dependent on diet. It is found in green vegetables, seeds, wheat germ, yeast, liver, egg yolk. For the majority, they are bound to proteins. Vitamin B9 is needed for cell reproduction and formation of red blood cells. Its deficiency causes a deficiency of red blood cells and platelets in the blood. Vitamin B12 The need is of 0,003 mg per day. It is found in meat, milk, cereals, egg yolk, vegetables and fruits. It has an important role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, phosphorus. It promotes protein synthesis and integration in tissues. It is also involved in the maturation of red blood cells. Its deficiency can cause pernicious anemia. Vitamin B3 or vitamin PP The need for vitamin PP is 10 to 20 mg per day. It is found in the heart, kidneys, liver, yeast, mushrooms, legumes The power supply provides the bulk of niacin in a form ready for use even if part of the contributions is covered by the conversion of tryptophan present in certain proteins. It has an important role in hormone metabolism and cellular respiration. Its deficiency is the cause of pellagra, solar intolerance, inflammation of the gastrointestinal mucosa. This deficiency is in the countries where the feed comprises some animal protein. Vitamin C The need for vitamin C are difficult to quantify, experts are not themselves disagree. 10 mg per day is estimated that protect against scurvy, 60 mg against hypovitaminosis. We essentially found in fresh vegetables It is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, iron, in connective tissue, adrenal glands, in ovarian function. The list of effects in the body is very long: immune system, reducing the cataract process ...
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VITAMINS Vitamin is an organic compounds and essential micro nutrient needed by the body in small quantities to grow, develop and perform functions like immunity and metabolism Not getting enough of any particular vitamin may cause certain defeciency diseases Vitamins do not provide energy (Calories) In total there are 13 vitamins. Vitamins come in two types. 1- FAT SOLUBLE VITAMINS Vitamin A,D, E, K are fat soluble vitamins Fat soluble vitamins are stored in fat cells when present in excess Fat soluble vitamins are obsorbed through intestinal tract with the help of fats or lipids They can stay in the body as reserves for days and sometimes months 2- WATER SOLUBLE VITAMINS Vitamin B, C are water soluble vitamins Water soluble vitamins are not store in the body. The body takes when it needs and then excrete what is not needed as waste. They also easily destroyed by cooking and care should be taken when cooking vegetables These vitamins dissolve in and carried by water. Require water for absorption. Consistent daily intake is important to avoid defeciencies. These vitamins are present in watery portions of fruits, vegetables and grains.
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Vitamin K is an essential fat-soluble vitamin which plays an important role in heart and bone health. Vitamin K is also an essential nutrient necessary for responding to injuries because it regulates normal blood clotting. Here are top 20 foods high in vitamin K: #1 Parsley – 1640mcg/100g (2050%DV) #2 Swiss Chard – 830mcg/100g (1038%DV) #3 Kale – 817mcg/100g (1021%DV) #4 Spinach – 541mcg/100g (676%DV) #5 Basil – 415mcg/100g (518%DV) #6 Broccoli Rapini – 256mcg/100g (320%DV) #7 Radicchio – 255mcg/100g (319%DV) #8 Watercress – 250mcg/100g (312%DV) #9 Brussels Sprouts – 194mcg/100g (242%DV) #10 Broccoli – 141mcg/100g (176%DV) #11 Arugula – 109mcg/100g (136%DV) #12 Cabbage – 76mcg/100g (95%DV) #13 Prunes – 59,5 mcg/100g (74%DV) #14 Pine Nuts – 54mcg/100g (67%DV) #15 Pumpkin seeds – 51mcg/100g (64%DV) #16 Kiwi – 40,3 mcg/100g (50%DV) #17 Avocados – 21 mcg/100g (26%DV) #18 Blackberries – 19,8 mcg/100g (25%DV) #19 Blueberries – 19,3 mcg/100g (24%DV) #20 Pomegranates – 16,4 mcg/100g (21%DV) Images - Pixabay https://www.flickr.com/photos/sackton/5838410748 https://www.flickr.com/photos/wendellsmith/8832647094 https://www.flickr.com/photos/tomspix/6866707885 Music - https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Foods to Avoid When Trying to Get Pregnant - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55bDdAijQLU 2.Top 20 Foods That Prevent Yeast Infections - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ap300ZkM1I0
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Vitamin E, also referred as tocopherol, is a fat-soluble vitamin which has an essential role in human health. As it is fat-soluble, vitamin E is incorporated into most of the human body cell membranes, that actually protects them from oxidative damage. Furthermore, this antioxidant has a crucial role in inhibition of platelet coagulation and in the eye and neurological functions. Vitamin E also lowers the risk of ischemic stroke by fifteen percent, according to a 2010 meta-analysis issued published in BMJ. This vitamin may be able to protect against age-related cognitive decline, however, more research is required before supplementation can be recommended particularly for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s treatment. Moreover, this vitamin enhance the function of the immune system, helping the body to fight off infection, as a well as it may help lower the chance of blood clots by keeping the cells which line the blood vessels to function correctly. Here Is A List Of Top 30 Fruits High in Vitamin E: 30) Cantaloupes – 0,2 mg (1%DV) 29) Apples – 0,2 mg (1%DV) 28) Tangerines – 0,2 mg (1%DV) 27) Limes – 0,2 mg (1%DV) 26) Carambola – 0,2 mg (1%DV) 25) Plums – 0,3 mg (1%DV) 24) Cherimoya – 0,3 mg (1%DV) 23) Figs – 0,4 mg (2%DV) 22) Gooseberries – 0,4 mg (2%DV) 21) Clementines – 0,6 mg (3%DV) 20) Pomegranates – 0,6 mg (3%DV) 19) Blueberries – 0,6 mg (3%DV) 18) Mangosteen – 0,6 mg (3%DV) 17) Peaches – 0,7 mg (4%DV) 16) Persimmons – 0,7 mg (4%DV) 15) Oranges – 0,7 mg (4%DV) 14) Guavas – 0,7 mg (4%DV) 13) Papayas – 0,7 mg (4%DV) 12) Nectarines – 0,8 mg (4%DV) 11) Mulberries – 0,9 mg (4%DV) 10) Loganberries – 0,9 mg (4%DV) 9) Raspberries – 0,9 mg (4%DV) 8) Currants – 1 mg (5%DV) 7) Mangos – 1,1 mg (6%DV) 6) Blackberries – 1,2 mg (6%DV) 5) Cranberries – 1,2 mg (6%DV) 4) Mamey Sapote – 2,1 mg (10%DV) 3) Avocados – 2,7 mg (13%DV) 2) Olives – 3,8 mg (19%DV) 1) Apricots – 4,3 mg (22%DV) More videos: #1 30 Fruits High In Vitamin C - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bp1Fw1FCN3g #2 Top 25 Foods High In CoQ10 (Coenzyme Q10) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEqbYnRHaEU #3 25 Superfoods That Clean Arteries Of Plaque - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2LkG8IDhXs Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Images - pixabay https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mamey.jpg In this video you learned about fruits rich in vitamin E, sources of vitamin E, foods rich in vitamin E, foods high in vitamin E.
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Nominate us for a Streamy Award! Click here to vote: http://dne.ws/1Qj6EOB The FDA announced that companies have to remove trans fats from food in the next few years, but what is trans fat? Is it really that terrible for you? Read More: Lipid Soluble Vitamins http://www2.chemistry.msu.edu/faculty/reusch/VirtTxtJml/lipids.htm#vitamn “The essential dietary substances called vitamins are commonly classified as "water soluble" or "fat soluble". Water soluble vitamins, such as vitamin C, are rapidly eliminated from the body and their dietary levels need to be relatively high.” The truth about fats: the good, the bad, and the in-between http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/the-truth-about-fats-bad-and-good “For years, fat was a four-letter word. We were urged to banish it from our diets whenever possible. We switched to low-fat foods.” The Truth About Trans Fats http://www.livescience.com/35973-the-truth-about-trans-fats.html?li_source=pm&li_medium=more-from-livescience&li_campaign=related_test “Until 1983, if you ordered a fried goodie at a typical fast food joint, you'd get a crispy, golden product that had been fried in a vat of beef tallow or tropical oils, which are rich in saturated fat.” Why Are Animal Fats Solid Yet Vegetable Oils Liquid At Room Temperature? http://www.sciencefocus.com//qa/why-are-animal-fats-solid-yet-vegetable-oils-liquid-room-temperature “Both fats and oils are molecules shaped like a capital E with a glycerol spine and arms made of fatty acid chains.” ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguez Julia Wilde on Twitter https://twitter.com/julia_sci DNews on Facebook https://facebook.com/DiscoveryNews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com Download the TestTube App: http://testu.be/1ndmmMq
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Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin that is also a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin A plays a critical role in maintaining healthy vision, neurological function, healthy skin, and more. Vitamin A- like all antioxidants- is involved in reducing inflammation through fighting free radical damage. Consuming a diet high in antioxidants is a way to Music Provided by NoCopyrightSounds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bM7SZ5SBzyY Song: Alan Walker – Fade #Myhealthyindia Also Follow us on :- YouTube :- http://youtube.com/c/Myhealthyindia Facebook Page :- https://www.facebook.com/Myhealthyindiaofficial Instagram :- http://Www.Instagram.com/ramdevsindhal Google+:- http://google.com/+MyHealthyIndia For business inquiry :- Contact us on :- firstname.lastname@example.org My Healthy India
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Plants and the united states department of agriculture (usda) food & nutrition center 16 dec 2012 list superfoods with most vitamin e. This is a fat soluble vitamin that plays an essential role in eye and immune health top 10 foods. Here is a list of 17 foods, that are high 25 vitamin rich foods you should be eating. As long as you avoid these foods, your intake 19 jul 2015 eating a diet rich in vitamin and carotenoids can help preserve health wellness, though their benefits vary from person to where get it fish, beef liver, poultry are all good sources of b6, but the food richest this news for vegetarians is chickpea, 22 mar 2017 found many foods. Vitamin e foods for skin list food sources of vitamin. A diet rich in vitamin a can prevent nighttime blindness, eye inflammation, and dry 12 jul 2017 is largely available natural food sources, mainly those that are bright red, yellow or orange colour. It boosts your immune system and plays an essential role in eye health. Certain foods that are high in vitamin a, such as liver and pt, on the list of to avoid pregnancy. Vitamin c broccoli red bell pepper brussels sprouts papaya vitamins are organic food substances found only in living things, i. Top 10 vitamin a foods drtop high in printable one page sheet. Vitamin a in fruits & vegetables veggies more matters 5 vitamin rich foods you should include your diet read health the world's healthiest. Best sources of vitamin a gb healthwatch. Cup raw sliced 21,384(over 100. By reader's digest editors istock creativeye99. These foods provide the most vitamin e, nutrition's a snap with these natural health foods! more shown below are some of common rich. Fruits high in vitamin a foods youtube. Foods rich in vitamin a and carotenoids best foods for every mineral health. 25 vitamin rich foods you should be eating vitamin chart vitamins in fruits and vegetables. Ounces 14,363 iu (almost 3x the dv) 2) carrots. Vitamin a foods dr 20 that are high in vitamin healthline nutrition class "" url? Q webcache. This article lists 20 foods that are high in vitamin a. Read how to get essential vitamins from foods) if you are a person who avoids animal foods and trying obtain more retinoid forms of vitamin by consuming plant that high in carotenoids, 12 jun 2014 is group antioxidant compounds required for keeping the body healthy. Vitamin a foods dr20 that are high in vitamin healthline. High vitamin a foods include sweet potatoes, carrots, dark leafy greens, winter squashes, lettuce, dried apricots, cantaloupe, bell peppers, fish, liver, and tropical fruits is antioxidant that's associated with healthy eyes. A diet rich in vitamin a can prevent night blindness, dry 23 sep 2015. Googleusercontent search. 26 foods high in vitamin a for healthy eyes 10 vitamin a rich foods say yes to bright coloured veggies top 25 vitamin a rich foods stylecraze. Vitamin a rich foods to include in your diet health beckon. 22 jun 2017 vitamin a is a fat soluble vitamin, and therefore, needs to b
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Benefits of Nourish spinach Recent studies continue to underscore the amazing versatility of spinach. Because this leafy vegetable is rich in water-soluble vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins, minerals, and a wide variety of phytonutrients, there are many different ways to incorporate spinach into your meal plan and enjoy a variety of nutritional benefits. For example, we've seen a recent study in which the sautéing of spinach was best able to retain its total carotenoid content (in comparison with steaming or boiling or frying). Alternatively, we've seen an equally recent study showing far less loss of vitamin C from spinach when this vegetable was steamed for 5 minutes (instead of being microwaved or boiled for that same amount of time). Yet numerous studies also point to the nutrient benefits of raw spinach. For example, about 25% of the folate in spinach can be lost from cooking, and spinach can be thought of as a special nutritional contributor in terms of folate, since it ranks as our Number 3 source of this nutrient at WHFoods. So as you can see, there are important nutritional benefits to be had from many different ways of incorporating spinach into your meal plan. In our 7-Day Meal Plan, for example, we include spinach in its raw form in smoothies, and we also have recipes in which we boil and sauté this amazing vegetable. New research is underway involving the nitrate content of spinach. You've probably heard about nitrate (and nitrite) in the context of food additives, since both of these nitrogen-containing substances have often been used as preservatives for bacon and deli meats. However, when nitrate is used as a food additive, it is usually in a concentrated (10 or more milligrams per 8 ounces) when compared with its naturally-occurring amount in certain foods. For example, even though spinach is a rich source of nitrate, its nitrate content usually totals far less than 1 milligram per 8 ounces. And at this lower, naturally-occurring level, the nitrate in spinach may actually provide us with health benefits. For example, bacteria in our saliva and in our lower intestine can convert nitrate (NO3) into nitrite (NO2) and nitrite into nitric oxide (NO), and this nitric oxide might in turn help to protect proper function of the intestinal lining. While we do not have definitive studies about this potential role of nitrate in spinach, this area of research is one of active interest. Chlorophyll is the pigment that gives spinach its renowned green color. Inside the cells of the spinach plant, the places where chlorophyll gets stored are called chloroplasts, and their membranes play an active role in converting sunlight into energy (through a process called photosynthesis). These chloroplast-associated membranes are called thylakoid membranes, or simply thylakoids. Because fresh spinach is such a rich source of chlorophyll (and actually our Number 1 source of chlorophyll at WHFoods, containing about 24 milligrams of chlorophyll per cup), it has often been used in research studies as a source for thylakoids and their potential health benefits. Several recent studies in this area have shown thylakoid-rich extracts from spinach to delay stomach emptying, decrease levels of hunger-related hormones like ghrelin, and increase levels of satiety-related hormones like glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1). Exactly what these changes mean is not yet clear, but researchers hope to eventually determine whether routine intake of spinach can help lower risk of obesity partly because of these thylakoid-related processes. It is also worth noting in this context that several prescription drugs currently used to help treat type 2 diabetes (for example, albiglutide, exanatide, dulaglutide, and liraglutide) work by imitating the activity of GLP-1. For this reason, future studies may find a relationship not only between risk of obesity and spinach intake but risk of type 2 diabetes as well. It is important to underscore the amazing versatility of spinach! Consider these results
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