Whole Food Sources For Nutrients

I created a 37 Day “Whole Food Sources For Nutrients” Series.

It’s for those that prefer to get their nutrients from food rather than supplements.

It will run from 7/1/20 to 8/6/20 at 9:30 PM each day on my FB Health Coaching Page. –>


We’ll cover Vitamin A, B1, B3, B5, B6, B8, B9, B12, C, D, K, EFA, Bioflavinoids, PABA, Choline, Inositol, Copper, Enzymes, Probiotics, Trace Minerals, Calcium, Iron, Iodine, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Selenium, Silicon, Sodium, Zinc and more!!

Here is Day 1, to give you a sneak peak:


Optimal health is dependent upon how well we are nourished.

It is best to obtain your nutrients from fresh whole food.

Whole foods contain all the necessary nutrients to help your body work and run efficiently.

If there is a need for an increase in any specific nutrient, you may find whole foods will help you meet this need.

The posts throughout the month of July (and the first week of August) will guide you in choosing whole foods that are rich in specific nutrients which may be essential to help balance your body’s nutritional needs.

Be sure to, like and follow my Health Coaching Page to follow this series:


*Notes: The foods are listed with the most nutrient dense in that vitamin/mineral listed first; the least amount is listed last.

*Grains, legumes and beans are my last choice, unless soaked and or sprouted. As well as dairy, unless tolerated, raw, organic, and fermented. (Goat over cow.)

*Highest quality nutrients will come from organic produce, grass-fed, pasture raised animals, pastured poultry, wild caught fish, organic raw nuts and seeds, and unrefined healthy fats.

So let’s get started! Nutrients & Where To Find Them:

Foods that contain Vitamin A.