HEALTHMAX | GUIDE, FOODS YOU SHOULD EAT, LIST OF FOODS WITH HIGHEST VITAMIN/NUTRIENTS COUNT

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UPDATE 1.1 (11 listed vitamins and nutrients.)
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PAGES OF INFORMATION

1. Introduction
2. Why is Nutrition important?
3. Diet and Health
4. What you should eat and not to
5. Some Useless and Useful Infos
6. List of the foods with the highest amount of Nutrients (Ex: Calcium, D, etc)


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INTRODUCTION
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Nutrition is the intake of food, considered in relation to the body's dietary needs. Adequate
food is vital in keeping people alive. Good nutrition is essential to good health.


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WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
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It is a critical part of health and development. Better nutrition is related to improved infant,
child and maternal health, stronger immune systems, safer pregnancy and childbirth, lower risk
of non-communicable diseases (such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease), and longevity.

Living a healthy lifestyle can help prevent chronic diseases and long-term illnesses
its not a suprise that healthy people seem to be younger and live older in age. But with todays foods
most people die early cus of the Ingredients present in the things they eat.

Ex: Cereals

Cereal is a very dangerous product to feed to kids. Most cereals are unhealthy asf, they are sugar bombs.
Many popular breakfast cereals contain potentially harmful food additives like butylated hydroxyanisole, or
BHA.


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DIET AND HEALTH
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you don't need to get 100% every day for everything. some nutrients can be stored in your body
and regardless it will take more than one day to develop a true deficiency where you start
seeing noticeable biological effects.

the RDI (recommended delay intake) is meant to meet the nutrient requirements of 97-98% of population.
that means that they will be too low for about 2-3% and in all likelihood higher than some of the
population needs. when they can't set an rdi due to insufficient data they set an rda, which is a
way of saying "we don't know exactly how much of this you should be eating except that you do need to
eat it, but as a starting point here's what healthy people are generally doing.



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What should you eat and not to
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Focus on the quality of the diet.

The type of carbohydrate in the diet is more important than the amount of carbohydrate in the diet, because some sources of
carbohydrate—like vegetables (other than potatoes) , fruits, whole grains, and beans are healthier than others.

I advise you to avoid processed meat, sugary beverages, red #40, yellow #5, sugar, soy lecithin, aspartame, sodium nitrate, carrageenan, niaciminade, hydrogenated oils (trans fat), all seed oils (canola, soy, safflower, corn, grape, etc.), high fructose corn syrup, corn syrup, margarine, artificial flavors, artificial colors, artificial sweeteners, dihydrogen monoxide (DHMO), a major source of calories—usually with little nutritional value—in the American diet.


I advise you to eat more of red meat, shellfish, dairy, livers, oysters, leafy green, pumpkin seed, sunflower seed, tahini, eggs, non starchy veggie, nuts (almonds, legumes, chickpeas), kidney, beans, avocadoes, wild rice, bell peppers, cocoa, spirulina, matcha, brocolli sprouts, wild salmon, watermelon, butternut squash, garbanzobeans, magoes, sweet potatoes


=====NOTE=====
really a healthy overall dietary pattern must be determined individually. From treating hundreds and hundreds of people, and diving into the data of some of the best done interventional diet research out there, I know that every approach works for somebody, and no approach works for everybody. For example, Low carb works to optimize metabolism for about 50% of people, low-fat also works for about 50%, and yet 25% of people on either diet will see negative results and the remaining 25% see no net benefit (check out the supplementary results for Gardner’s 2018 DIETFITS trial, freely available through JAMA). Seed oils are healthy for some, carbohydrates are healthy for some, meat is healthy for some, etc. different strokes for different folks, and you’ve got to experiment to find what works for you and your goals.
That’s why I only list nutrient dense foods here, and not overall dietary patterns.

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USELESS INFO AND HELPFUL INFO
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Vitamin D Helps absorbing calcium
Vitamin D3 helps to strengthen your bones
Phosphorus helps the growth, maintenance, and repair of all tissues and cells
DV Means Daily Values in Nutrition. the percentage % of the Daily Value for each nutrient in a serving of the food
Nuts have the highest Nutrient Density
Royal jelly contains nutrients with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects
Gelatin is rich in protein, with amino acids that may reduce joint and bone pain, increase brain function and help reduce the signs of skin aging
Raw honey contains a wide variety of nutrients. It has approximately 22 amino acids, 31 different minerals and a wide range of vitamins and enzymes
Sourdough is the best natural bread you can eat. It provides nutrients, including healthy carbs, protein, fiber, iron and vitamins like folic acid


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NOW FOR THE EXCITING PART! Foods with the highest amount of these Nutrients, Vitamins
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SOME VITAMINS IF CONSUMED TOO MUCH CAN CAUSE SERIOUS PROBLEMS, IT CAN EVEN CAUSE DEATH
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Calcium 🦴 (Good for Bones, Height, Heart, Muscles, Nerves for normal function. When eating or drinking High Calcium Foods make sure you pair it with Vitamin D)
===(EXCEEDING 1.5K MG OF CALCIUM A DAY IS HARMFUL AND CAN KILL U!)===
1. Firm Tofu - 1721.2mg Calcium (132% DV) (1 cup)
2. Tofu Prepared With Calcium - 868mg Calcium (67% DV) (1 cup)
3. Snickers Marathon Double Chocolate Nut Bar - 822.3mg Calcium (63% DV) (1 bar)
4. Grated Parmesan Cheese (Low-Sodium) - 800mg Calcium (62% DV) (1 cup, grated)
5. Submarine Sandwich Turkey Roast Beef And Ham On White Bread With Lettuce And Tomato - 631.9mg Calcium (49% DV) (12inch sub)
6. Low-Fat Milk 1% - 610mg Calcium ((47% DV) (16oz glass)
7. Soy Milk - 602.6mg Calcium (46% DV) (Unsweetened With Added Calcium Vitamins A And D) (16oz glass)
8. Whey Protein Powder Isolate - 600.3mg Calcium (46% DV) (3 scoop)
9. Chocolate Malt Powder Prepared With Fat Free Milk - 599mg Calcium (46% DV) (1 serving)
10. Skim Milk - 597.8mg Calcium (46% DV) (Milk Nonfat Fluid With Added Vitamin A And Vitamin D (Fat Free Or Skim) (16oz glass)


Calories (Bulking, Gymcels)
1. Fried Onion Rings - 1246 Calories (62% DV) (Applebee's Crunchy Onion Rings) (1 serving)
2. Kielbasa Sausage (Cooked) - 1232 Calories (62% DV) (1 link)
3. Hamburger; Double Large Patty; With Condiments Vegetables And Mayonnaise - 942 Calories (47% DV) (1 item)
4. Confectioners Coating Peanut Butter - 889 Calories (44% DV) (1 cup chips)
5. Semisweet Chocolate Made With Butter - 811 Calories (41% DV) (1 cup chips, 6oz package)
6. Cheeseburger; Double Large Patty; With Condiments - 762 Calories (38% DV) (1 item)
7. Bagel With Breakfast Steak Egg Cheese And Condiments - 716 Calories (36% DV) (1 item)
8. Crispy Chicken Bacon And Tomato Club Sandwich With Cheese Lettuce And Mayonnaise - 696 Calories (35% DV) (1 sandwich)
9. Bagel With Egg Sausage Patty Cheese And Condiments - 646 Calories (32% DV) (1 item)
10. Uncooked Oats - 607 Calories (30% DV) (1 cup)


Fiber (Normalizes bowel movements, Helps maintain bowel health, Lowers cholesterol levels, Aids in achieving healthy weight Gut Health is everything)

(Althought fiber cant really kill you. It causes bloating, gas, constipation at around 70grams of fiber)
1. Rose Hips - 30.6g Fiber (109% DV) (1 cup)
2. Passion Fruit (Granadilla) - 24.5g Fiber (88% DV) (1 cup)
3. Navy Beans - 19.1g Fiber (68% DV) (1 cup)
4. Cooked Small White Beans - 18.6g Fiber(66% DV) (1 cup)
5. Dried Fungi Cloud Ears - 17.5g Fiber (63% DV) (5 pieces)
6. Buckwheat (Uncooked) - 17g Fiber(61% DV) (1 cup)
7. Adzuki Beans - 16.8g Fiber (60% DV) (1 cup)
8. Uncooked Oats - 16.5g Fiber (59% DV) (1 cup)
9. Boiled Red Kidney Beans - 16.5g Fiber (59% DV) (1 cup)
10. California Red Kidney Beans - 16.5g Fiber (59% DV) (1 cup)


Protein (build and repair muscles and bones and to make hormones and enzymes)

(Too much protein wont kill you BUT can cause IRRITABILITY AND BRAIN FOG)
1. Roasted Chicken Leg - 62g Protein (124% DV) (1 leg, with skin (sum of drumstick+thigh+back)
2. Lamb Shoulder Roast (Cooked) - 60.4g Protein (121% DV) (6oz)
3. Pork Chops (With Fat) - 54.7g Protein (109% DV) (1 chop)
4. Lean Chicken Breast (Cooked) - 54.5g Protein (109% DV) (6oz chicken breast)
5. Fat Free Ground Turkey - 53.9g Protein (108% DV) (6 oz)
6. Pork Chops (Lean) - 52.7g Protein (105% DV) (6oz chop)
7. Hamburger; Double Large Patty; With Condiments Vegetables And Mayonnaise - 52.1g Protein (104% DV) (1 item)
8. Roasted Turkey Breast - 51.2g Protein (102% DV) (6 oz)
9. Bluefin Tuna (Cooked) - 50.8g Protein (102% DV) (6oz fillet)
10. Boneless Skinless Chicken Leg (Raw) - 50.8g Protein (102% DV) (1 leg, bone and skin removed (sum of drumstick+thigh+back meat only)

Vitamin D (help the body absorb and retain calcium and phosphorus, can reduce cancer cell growth, help control infections and reduce inflammation)

===(HARMFULL WHEN EXCEEDING 2000IU OR 50mcg IT CAN KILL U EVEN)===
1. Cooked Sockeye Salmon - 28.4mcg (142% DV) (6oz fillet)
2. Raw Cremini Mushrooms - (Exposed To Sunlight Or Uv) - 27.8mcg (139% DV) (1 cup whole)
3. Raw Portobellos - (Exposed To Sunlight Or Uv) - 24.4mcg (122% DV) (1 cup diced)
4. Farmed Atlantic Salmon - 22.3mcg (111% DV) (6oz fillet)
5. Maitake Mushrooms - 19.7mcg (98% DV) (1 cup diced)
6. Cooked Coho Salmon (Wild) - 19.2mcg (96% DV) (6oz fillet)
7. Raw White Button Mushrooms (Exposed To Sunlight Or Uv) - 18.3mcg (92% DV) (1 cup pieces or slices)
8. Canned Sockeye Salmon - 18.3mcg (91% DV) (3 oz)
9. Atlantic Mackerel (Raw) - 18mcg (90% DV) (1 fillet)
10. Canned Salmon - 17.9mcg (89% DV) (3 oz)

Vitamin C (helping to protect cells and keeping them healthy. maintaining healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage.)

(11K MG OF VITAMIN C CAN KILL U. Thank fully though no reported death of vitamin c has happened yet)
1. Acerola Cherries (West Indian Cherry) - 1644mg (1827% DV) (1 cup)
2. Rose Hips - 541mg (601% DV) (1 cup)
3. Guavas - 376.7mg (419% DV) (1 cup)
4. Sweet Yellow Peppers - 341.3mg (379% DV) (1 pepper, large (3-3/4 inch long, 3 inch dia)
5. Boiled Red Bell Peppers - 230.9mg (257% DV) (1 cup, strips)
6. Dried Jujube - 217.6mg (242% DV) (100 grams)
7. Sauteed Green Bell Peppers - 203.6mg (226% DV) (1 cup chopped)
8. European Black Currants - 202.7mg (225% DV) (1 cup)
9. Mustard Spinach - 195mg (217% DV) (1 cup, chopped)
10. Red Bell Peppers (Cooked) - 172.6mg (192% DV) (1 cup chopped)

Potassium (helps your nerves, muscles and heart to function well, and also helps move nutrients and waste around your body's cells.)

(AT AROUND 11K MG OF POTASSIUM IS LETHAL AND CAN CAUSE UR HEART TO STOP)
1. Cooked Beet Greens - 1309mg (28% DV) 1 cup (1 inch pieces)
2. Adzuki Beans - 1223.6mg (26% DV) (1 cup)
3. California Avocados - 1166.1mg (25% DV) (1 cup, pureed)
4. Kielbasa Sausage (Cooked) - 1124.8mg (24% DV) (1 link)
5. Canned Tomato Puree - 1097.5mg (23% DV) (1 cup)
6. Submarine Sandwich Turkey Roast Beef And Ham On White Bread With Lettuce And Tomato - 1094.5mg (23% DV) (12 inch sub)
7. Breadfruit - 1078mg (23% DV) (1 cup)
8. Wild Atlantic Salmon (Cooked) - 1067.6mg (23% DV) (6oz fillet)
9. Durian - 1059.5mg (23% DV) (1 cup, chopped or diced)
10. Cooked Large White Beans - 1004.2mg (21% DV) (1 cup)

Magnesium (healthy muscles, nerves, bones and blood sugar levels)

(350-370 MG OF MAGNESIUM IS HARMFUL AND CAN KILL U)
1. Buckwheat (Uncooked) - 392.7mg (94% DV) (1 cup)
2. Familia Swiss Muesli Cereal - 386.7mg (92% DV) (1 cup)
3. Baked Conch - 302.3mg (72% DV) (1 cup, sliced)
4. Uncooked Oats - 276.1mg (66% DV) (1 cup)
5. Oat Bran - 220.9mg (53% DV) (1 cup)
6. Granola Homemade - 205mg (49% DV) (1 cup)
7. Whey Protein Powder Isolate - 200.4mg (48% DV) (3 scoop)
8. Hemp Seeds - 198.8mg (47% DV) (1oz)
9. Semisweet Chocolate Made With Butter - 195.5mg (47% DV) (1 cup chips (6 oz package)
10. Confectioners Coating Peanut Butter - 184.8mg (44% DV) (1 cup chips)

Beta-Carotene (OVERPOWERED NATURAL SKIN TAN VITAMIN. good vision and eye health, for a strong immune system, and for healthy skin and mucous membranes)
(If you smoke dont take around 18-20mg of beta carotene as it can increase LUNG CANCER chance. althought even for non smokers they should not exceed 17mg+)
1. Boiled Sweet Potatoes - 30976.3mcg (287% RDA) (1 cup, mashed)
2. Canned Pumpkin - 17003mcg (157% RDA) (1 cup)
3. Acai Berry Drink Fortified - 15385.4mcg (142% RDA) (8 fl oz)
4. Mashed Sweet Potatoes - 13308.5mcg (123% RDA) (1 cup)
5. Baked Sweet Potatoes - 13120.3mcg (121% RDA) (1 medium (2 inch dia, 5 inch long, raw))
6. Cooked Carrots - 12997.9mcg (120% RDA) (1 cup slices)
7. Cooked Spinach - 11318.4mcg (105% RDA) (1 cup)
8. Sweet Potatoes - 11317mcg (105% RDA) (1 cup, cubes)
9. Cooked Mustard Greens - 10360mcg (96% RDA) (1 cup, chopped)
10. Cooked Butternut Squash - 9368.5mcg (87% RDA) (1 cup, cubes)

Vitamin B12 (keeps your body blood and nerves healthy)

(B12 DEFICIENCY (200mcg and under) CAN LEAD TO DEATH. though you cannot overdose on B12 though it is recommended not to take 2000 mcg of B12 everyday)
1. Cooked Clams - 84.1mcg (3502% DV) (3 oz)
2. Lamb Liver (Cooked) - 72.8mcg (3035% DV) (3 oz)
3. Pan Fried Beef Liver - 67.3mcg (2806% DV) (1 slice)
4. Canned Eastern Oysters - 52mcg (2168% DV) (1 can (12 oz), oysters and liquid)
5. Atlantic Mackerel (Cooked) - 32.3mcg (1346% DV) (6oz fillet)
6. Octopus (Cooked) - 30.6mcg (1275% DV) (3 oz)
7. Cooked Pacific Oysters - 24.5mcg (1020% DV) (3 oz)
8. Cooked Eastern Oysters (Farmed) - 20.7mcg (861% DV) (3 oz)
9.Cooked Blue Mussels - 20.4mcg (850% DV) (3 oz)
10. Atlantic Herring - 18.8mcg (783% DV) (1 fillet)

Iron (Hemoglobin production, Immune system support, Skin nourishment, Reduction of dark circles)

(60-100 MG OF IRON CAN BE LETHAL. teen girls under the age of 18 should only eat 15mg of iron while boys under age of 18 should only eat 11mg)
1. Quaker Quick Oats With Iron Dry - 19.8mg (110% DV) (1/2 cup)
2. Ralston Enriched Bran Flakes - 19.6mg (109% DV) (1 serving (nlea serving size = 0.75 cup)
3. Canned Eastern Oysters - 18.2mg (101% DV) (1 can (12 oz), oysters and liquid)
4. Quaker Toasted Multigrain Crisps - 17mg (95% DV) (1 (1/4) cup (1 nlea serving)
5. Quaker Oatmeal Squares Cinnamon - 16.5mg (92% DV) (1 cup (1 nlea serving)
6. Post Honey Nut Shredded Wheat - 16.5mg (92% DV) (1 cup (1 nlea serving)
7. Post Great Grains Banana Nut Crunch - 16.5mg (92% DV) (1 cup (1 nlea serving)
8. Quaker Oatmeal Squares - 16.4mg (91% DV) (1 cup (1 nlea serving)
9. Grape Nuts Cereal - 16.2mg (90% DV) (1/2 cup (1 nlea serving)
10. Quaker Oatmeal Squares Golden Maple - 16.2mg (90% DV) (1 cup (1 nlea serving))
 
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people still don’t realise that healthmaxxing is looksmaxxing, despite all of the science pointing towards it

here’s another good guide from a very qualified exercise and health scientist (also a bodybuilder):

 
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Me looking at this knowing I take 10 mg of vitamin D3 and 840 mg of magnesium :feelsgiga:
 
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>grains
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