FOOD FOR THOUGHT: VITAMINS & MINERALS

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: VITAMINS & MINERALS

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 FOOD FOR THOUGHT: VITAMINS & MINERALS

In becoming or being vegetarian, and focusing on plant-based foods, make sure you are not stressing about it or becoming vitamin and mineral deficient.

FOOD CHARTING: Circle the foods that have been eaten yesterday and today. Pay attention to the foods with one's particular birth vibrational energy.

[_] A Beta Carotene:
healthy skin, bone growth, immune health, vision
Leafy dark green vegetables, dark orange fruits: apricots, cantaloupe, carrots, squash

[_] B6 Pyridoxine:
promotes brain function, hormone balance, prevents: nausea, nervous disorders, reduces swelling:
Avocado, cabbage27, cantaloupe2, cauliflower2, beans6, Black strap molasses, broccoli, banana4. carrots, celery78, figs1, lemons12, hijiki5, honey, okra4, onion79, pineapple7, prune, spinach148, watermelon26, wheat germ.

[_] B9 Folic acid; Folate:
Development of central nervous system, increases appetite, enhances circulation, & energy:
Asparagus3, avocado, banana4, beans6, beets3, boysenberry, broccoli, cantaloupe26, citrus fruits, spinach148, strawberry2, Brussels sprouts6, ginger138, legumes6, lentil6, bean sprouts, okra4, pineapple7, oranges12, romaine/green leaf lettuce27, spinach148, sprouts3, rice, root vegetables, brewer’s & nutritional yeast, wheat germ, whole grain bread

[_] B12 Cyanocobalamin; Methalcobalamin:
Forms DNA to make healthy blood cells. For mental clarity. Improves skin disorders, nervous system, increases energy. Also helps with better sleep patterns. Increases sperm count in men who have lower sperm counts. Can be found in nutritional yeast, meat alternatives, plant-based cereals, yogurts & milks that are fortified with B12 are: almond milk, rice milk.  B12 is found in significant amounts only in animal and animal by-products protein foods. B12 is also manufactured by bacteria in the human intestines, but it is not known how much we can naturally absorb and utilize from that source.

[_] B15:
Antioxidant, immunity to infections lowers blood cholesterol, enhances liver function: rown Bee pollen, brewer’s yeast, brown rice, cabbage27, dandelion root, nutritional yeast, pumpkin seeds6, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, whole grains.

[_] C Ascorbic Acid:
Protects against virus, bacteria toxins, helps heal wounds, aids in absorption of Iron.
Acerola cherries3, asparagus3, bell peppers9, blackberriy7, bokchoy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts6, cantaloupe26, cabbage27, citrus fruits, dark leafy greens2, grapes37, kiwi, lime6, mango, orange12, papaya, parsley, peach3, pumpkin seeds6, radish6, rose hips, sesame seeds, strawberries2, tomato9

[_] E Tocopherol:
Antioxidant, protects red blood cells, heals wounds. Asparagus3, avocado, bean sprouts3, bee pollen, celery, cucumber2, kelp5, olives3, olive oil3, palm oil, sesame oil, spinach148, spirulina, tomato9, wheat-grass.

[_] K Phylloquinone; Phytonadione; Phytomenadione:
Reduces nausea/vomiting, promotes blood clotting, prevention of hemorrhage.
Alfalfa, blackstrap molasses, dark green leafy vegetables2, kelp5.

[_] Calcium:
Pain killer: cramps, calms nerves, tones muscles, clots blood.
Adzuki beans6, almonds, broccoli, carob, cauliflower2, carrot juice, cherry35, figs1, moringa, small white navy beans6, quinoa, raisins7, sesame seeds, string beans5, sunflower seeds, tahini, papaya, peach3, squash6, red raspberry leaf16, spirulina, sun chlorella, hijiki, sea moss, blackstrap molasses.

[_] Iodine:
Crucial for thyroid to function properly. Helps to manage metabolism, detoxification, for growth and development.  Consuming iodine from plants like kelp also helps reduce the effects of radiation exposure.
Cranberries, navy beans, sea vegetables5: arame, hijiki, kelp5, kombu5, wakame, strawberries. 

[_] Iron:
Essential for making hemoglobin, enriches blood, ensures vitally, reasoning & memory.
Almonds, apricot69, beet greens3, blackstrap molasses, brewers yeast, date89, cherry35,dandelion greens, dates89, dulse5, kelp5, lentils6, moringa, olives3, parsley, peach3, pear6, dried prunes2, raisins7, sea moss, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds6, sunflower seeds, wheat bran, alfalfa, nettle9, yellow dock

[_] Magnesium:
Parathyroid hormone release, muscle contraction, bone formation, High Blood Pressure control
Green leafy vegetables27, bananas4, moringa, okra4, olives3, turmeric,

[_]Manganese:
Essential for bone structure, male fertility, reproductive function, PMS
Legumes6, seeds, whole grains leafy green vegetables6, turmeric

[_] Phosphorus
Olives3

[_]Potassium:
The functioning of our body depends on regulation of potassium concentration. Reduces risk of stroke, lowers blood pressure.
Banana4, moringa, oranges12, tomato9, acorn squash6, spearmint4, spinach148

[_] Protein:
Growth, brain function, builds muscles and strong immune system.
Amaranth, avocado, beans6, broccoli, brown rice, chia seeds, corn tortillas, dark green leafy vegetables2, kelp5 lentils6, small red navy beans6, small white navy beans6, millet, njera, oatmeal7, oats7, papaya, pumpkin seeds, quinoa, sunflower seeds, squash6, wheat germ.

[_] Selenium:
Antioxidant, balances immune, system, lymph glands, needed for pancreas function, reduces risk of heart-cardiovascular disease, cancer.
Asparagus3, barley, brewer’s yeast, broccoli, brown rice, garlic139, blackstrap molasses, moringa, oats7, onion79, seeds, whole grains, wheat germ.

[_]Zinc
Important for prostate gland function and growth of the reproductive organs
Moringa, pumpkin seeds6, turmeric

 

FOOD FOR THOUGHT WORLD CUISINE SOUP & HERBAL RECIPES

WEEK 1 KNOWLEDGE: Sensitivities, Goal, Food List

WEEK 2 REFINEMENT: Healthy Schedule & Meal Planning

WEEK 3 TRANSFORMATION: Cravings & Behaviors

4 TYPES OF RELATIONSHIPS: Harmonious Vibrations For Success

WEEK 4 POWER: Self-Care & Supportive Relationships

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ANIMAL GUIDANCE: 
Choose 3 Colors: 

FOODUCATE BROWSE LINK  
CATEGORIES & FOODS LINK
VITAMINS & MINERALS

NO-SOY PLANT-BASED RECIPES
RECIPES BY ANY GREENS NECESSARY

PAGE 4 VIDEOS:

NETFLIX "What The Health"  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jf44vLndiRM
YOUTUBE: "What The Health"
V103 INTERVIEW: DR. OZ  
Carmichael Show: S1Ep3 Kaletrastrophe: Jerrod desperately tries to get his parents to eat healthier,

YOUTUBE VIDEOS

"THE GOUT" Everybody Hates Chris

"THE ITIS"  Boondocks

"THE LUTHER BURGER"   Boondocks

"WHAT THE HEALTH"

"FEEL RICH" HIP HOP HEALTH MOVEMENT

 "JUICES FOR LIFE"

From the streets to the juice bar.  Rappers Styles P and Jadakiss bring healthy eating options to deal with: 

[_] bad temper

[_] creating relaxation

"4 YEAR OLD JAYLEN"

"12 YEAR OLD BRYANA"

SOUP RECIPES

Uses a variety of fresh herbs for seasoing my soups.

GINGER-TURMERIC ORANGE LENTIL SOUP

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ANATOMY
ORGANS OF THE BODY & THEIR FUNCTION
BODY ACUPRESSURE POINTS

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4 TYPES OF RELATIONSHIPS: INNER-CHILD & POINT OF SECURITY

"I AM MATHEMATICS" 

  • 1   A1  J10  S19  Leader
  • 2   B2  K11  T20  Diplomat
  • 3   C3  L12  U21  Motivator
  • 4   D4  M13  V22  Builder
  • 5   E5  N14  W23 Liberator
  • 6   F6  O15  X24  Counselor
  • 7   G7  P16  Y25  Scientist
  • 8   H8  Q17  Z26  Executive
  • 9   I9   R18   Humanitarian

CHALLENGES

HEALING PLANTS
PLANTS & POSITIVE ENERGY 
HOUSE PLANTS 

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TOO MUCH TIME ON THE PHONE
HOW IT AFFECTS KIDS & BEHAVIORS 
WEEKLY GOALS: 1-99
AROMATHERAPY SELF-CARE

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EVALUATION: RATINGS & PROGRESS NOTES