List of Vitamins In The Foods You Should Be Eating

 This is a basic guide that will assist you in determining what foods to eat that will be most beneficial in supplementing the vitamins your body needs.  With so many choices it won’t be difficult to maintain a healthy diet and make it much easier to avoid the foods that are causing you problems. Foods that contain Vitamin A, include:

Liver Eggs Butter Apricots
Carrots Cantaloupe Tomatoes Spinach
Peaches Peppers Yams Kale
Mango Broccoli Collards Pumpkin

Foods that contain Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), include:

Brewer’s Yeast Blackstrap Molasses Brown Rice
Sunflower Seeds Brazil Nuts Eggs Liver
Poultry Fish Beef Flax
Kale Oatmeal Cauliflower Asparagus

Foods that contain Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), include:

Almonds Eggs Liver Brussels Sprouts
Leafy Green Veggies Cheese Fish  

Foods that contain Vitamin B3 (Niacin), include:

Salmon Tuna Beef Chicken
Liver Milk Nuts Sunflower Seeds
Avocado Yams Broccoli Dates

  Foods that contain Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), include:

Bananas Beef Liver Prunes Peas
Leafy Green Veggies Blackstrap Molasses    

Foods that contain Vitamin B8 (Biotin), include:

Eggs Beef Liver Brewer’s Yeast Sardines

Foods that contain Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid), include:

Dates Tuna Spinach Beets
Cheese Kidney Beans Cabbage Peas
Beef Liver Salmon Asparagus  

  Foods that contain Vitamin B12, include:

Animal Liver Algae Milk Milk Products
Poultry Fish Shellfish Bee Pollen

  Foods that contain Vitamin C, include:

Guava Red Pepper Cantaloupe Oranges
Grapefruit Papaya Strawberry Kiwi
Tomatoes Broccoli Cauliflower Parsley
Rosehips Liver Mushrooms  

 Foods that contain Vitamin D, include:

Eel Pilchard Sardines Halibut Liver Oil
Herring Eggs Beef Liver Butter
Salmon Tuna    

  Foods that contain Vitamin E, include:

Eggs Beef Liver Peas Legumes
Asparagus Avocado Spinach Milk

Foods that contain Vitamin K, include:

Algae Broccoli Avocado Kiwi
Grapefruit Parsley Shallots Onions
Red Onions Red Wine Spinach Swiss Chard
Cabbage Kale Cauliflower Brussels Sprouts Kale

Additionally, here is a good start to a mineral list: Foods that contain Calcium:

Kale Broccoli Bok Choy  
Fish w/edible bones      

Foods that contain Iron:

Meat Poultry Seafood Nuts & Seeds

Foods that contain Magnesium:

Tea Fruits & Vegetables Kale Strawberries

Foods that contain Potassium:

Poultry Apricots Avocados Bananas
Cantaloupe Grapefruit Honeydew Melon Kiwi
Oranges Prunes Strawberries Tomatoes

Foods that contain Selenium:

Seafood Liver Kidney Seeds

Foods that contain Zinc:

Meat Liver Seafood  

As you can see, proteins and organ meats are the most nutrient dense foods on this list.  They appear over and over under different categories.  If you can add in even one serving of liver every month, coupled with a homemade bone broth and cut out the grains and legumes that are robbing your body of these precious minerals, your nutrient deficiency symptoms will be quickly erased!

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