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Hydration & Nutrition

5 Things.. Water, Fat, Protein, Vitamin, Mineral

Fat – Omega 3 & 6  in 1:1 ratio from beans & seeds.

Protein – 20 Amino Acids from beans & seeds.

Vitamin & Mineral – From supplements.

  • Hydration
    • 6 bottles per day
  •  Nutrition
    • Fiber
      • Insoluble
      • Soluble
    • Macro – Required in Large Quantities, grams
      • What
        • Carbohydrates
        • Fats
          • Essential Fatty Acids
            Mammals lack the ability to introduce double bonds in fatty acids beyond carbon 9 and 10, hence ω-6 linoleic acid (18:2,9,12), abbreviated LA (18:2n-6), and the ω-3 linolenic acid (18:3,9,12,15), abbreviated ALA (18:3n-3), are essential for humans in the diet. In humans, arachidonic acid (20:4,5,8,11,14, abbreviated 20:4n-6) can be synthesized from LA by alternative desaturation and chain elongation.
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            • Omega 3
              • Plant
                • Alpha-Linolenic Acid ALA
                • Source
                  Sources of plant oils containing the omega−3 ALA fatty acid include walnut, edible seeds, clary sage seed oil, algal oil, flaxseed oil, Sacha Inchi oil, Echium oil, and hemp oil
              • Animal
                • Eicosapentaenoic Acid EPA
                • Docosahexaenoic Acid DHA
                • Source
                  Sources of animal omega−3 EPA and DHA fatty acids include fish, fish oils, eggs from chickens fed EPA and DHA, squid oils, and krill oil
            • Omega 6
              • Plant
                • Linoleic Acid LA
                • Source
                  Salicornia, safflower, primrose, poppy, grape, sunflower, prickly pear, barbary fig, hemp, corn, wheat germ, cottonseed, soybean, walnet, sesame, rice bran, argan, pistachio, peanut, peach, almonds, canola oil
                • Other
                  Gamma-linolenic acid, calendic acid, eicosadienoic acid, dihomo-gamma-linolenic acid, arachidonic acid, docosadieonic acid, adrenic acid, osbond acid, tetracosatetraenoic acid
          • Saturated – No double bonds, BAD
          • Unsaturated – Some double bonds
            • Mono
            • Poly
            • Trans, BAD
        • Proteins (20)
          • Positive
            • Arginine
            • Histidine
              • source
                rice, wheat, rye, seaweed, beans, legumes, cantaloupe, hemp seeds, chia seeds, buckwheat, potatoes, cauliflower and corn
            • Lysine
              • source
                beans (the best), watercress, hemp seeds, chia seeds, spirulina, parsley, avocados, soy protein, almonds, cashews, and some legumes with lentils and chickpeas being two of the best
          • Negative
            • Aspartic Acid
            • Glutamic Acid
          • Uncharged
            • Serine
            • Threonine
              • source
                watercress and spirulina (which even exceed meat), pumpkin, leafy greens, hemp seeds, chia seeds, soybeans, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and sunflower butter, almonds, avocados, figs, raisins, quinoa, and wheat . Sprouted grains are also excellent sources of this amino acid as well
            • Asparagine
            • Glutamine
          • Special
            • Cysteine
            • Selenocysteine
            • Glycine
            • Proline
          • Hydrophobic
            • Alanine
            • Isoleucine
              • source
                rye, soy, cashews, almonds, oats, lentils, beans, brown rice, cabbage, hemp seeds, chia seeds, spinach, pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, cranberries, quinoa, blueberries, apples, and kiwis
            • Leucine
              • source
                seaweed, pumpkin, peas and pea protein, whole grain rice, sesame seeds, watercress, turnip greens, soy, sunflower seeds, kidney beans, figs, avocados, raisins, dates, apples, blueberries, olives and even bananas
            • Methionine
              • source
                sunflower seed butter and sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, chia seeds, Brazil nuts, oats, seaweed, wheat, figs, whole grain rice, beans, legumes, onions, cacao, and raisins
            • Phenylalanine
              • source
                spirulina and other seaweed, pumpkin, beans, rice, avocado, almonds, peanuts, quinoa, figs, raisins, leafy greens, most berries, olives, and seeds
            • Tryptophan
              • source
                oats and oat bran, seaweed, hemp seeds, chia seeds, spinach, watercress, soybeans, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, parsley, beans, beats, asparagus, mushrooms, all lettuces, leafy greens, beans, avocado, figs, winter squash, celery, peppers, carrots, chickpeas, onions, apples, oranges, bananas, quinoa, lentils, and peas
            • Tyrosine
            • Valine
              • source
                beans, spinach, legumes, broccoli, sesame seeds, hemp seeds, chia seeds, soy, peanuts, whole grains, figs, avocado, apples, sprouted grains and seeds, blueberries, cranberries, oranges, and apricots
      • Why
        • Energy
    • Micro – Required in Small Quantities, milligrams
      • Why
        • Metabolism
      • What
        • Minerals (excluding carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen)
        • Vitamins
          • Organic Compounds
            • Trace
              • Boron
              • Calcium
              • Cobalt
              • Chloride
              • Chlorine
              • Chromium
              • Copper
              • Iodine
              • Iron
              • Lithium
              • Manganese
              • Magnesium
              • Molybdenum
              • Phosphorous
              • Potassium
              • Selenium
              • Sodium
              • Sulfer
              • Zinc
            • Organ
              • Vitamin B complex
                • B1 Thiamin
                • B2 Riboflavin
                • B3 Niacin
                • B5 Pantothenic Acid
                • B6 Group
                  • Pyridoxine
                  • Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate
                  • Pyridoxamine
                • B7 Biotin
                • B8 Ergadenylic Acid
                • B9 Folic Acid
                • B12 Cyanocobalamin
              • Choline
              • Vitamin A
              • Vitamin C Ascorbic Acid
              • Vitamin D
                • Ergocalciferol
                • Cholecalciferol
              • Vitamin E Tocopherol
              • Vitamin K
                • Phylloquinone
                • Menaquinone complices
              • Carotenoids
                • Alpha carotene
                • Beta carotene
                • Cryptoxanthin
                • Lutein
                • Lycopene
                • Zeaxanthin
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