June 26, 2015

Sources of Minerals, Vitamins and Proteins for Human Body

Nutrients and their Sources for Human Body
Dietary Source
Meat (raw or slightly cooked), cooked fish, cooked eggs, milk (if the dog tolerates it), cheese.. Avoid scraps with many tendons, raw eggs, raw fish.
Well cooked grains (rice, noodles, Avoid potatoes, bread, raw grains.
Vegetables (green beans, carrots, cooked greens), bran (in very small quantities). Avoid cabbage, onions, turnips.
Animal fats (lard, tallow, poultry fat), vegetable oils (soy, corn, borage). Avoid rancid or overcooked fats.
Bone meal, calcium carbonate
Mineral supplements, yeast (vitamins), dairy products (calcium). Avoid excess supplements.

Minerals: Them Functions and Sources
Calcium (Ca)
component of skeleton transmission of nerve signals
bone meal ,calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate
Phosphorus (P)
component of skeleton component of cell membranes energy metabolism
bone meal, phosphates
Sodium (No) & Potassium (KJ
cellular equilibrium regulation of water equilibrium energy metabolism
kitchen salt ,potassium salts
Magnesium (Mg)
component of skeleton nervous system energy metabolism
bone meal, magnesia ,magnesium salts
Iron (Fe)
component of red blood cells cellular respiration enzymes
Meat, Iron, salts
haemoglobin formation bone formation cellular oxidation
bone meal ,copper salts, meat
Cobalt (Co)
haemoglobin formation production of red blood corpuscles
bone meal, yeasts
Manganese (Mn)
enzymatic activation cartilage formation
manganese salts
Iodine (1)
synthesis of thyroid hormones
sea salt ,fish
Zinc (Zn)
enzymatic systems integrity of the skin reproduction
zinc vain

Vitamins: Their Functions and Sources
Vitamin A (retinol)
vision,  growth,  resistance to diseases
fish-liver oil, liver, eggs
Vitamin D (calciferol)
balanced metabolism of phosphorus and calcium, improved absorption of calcium
sunlight (UV), fish-liver oil, eggs
Vitamin E (tocopherol)
antioxidant prevention of muscular pathology (strain)
milk  germ of various of grains, eggs
Vitamin K
production of coagulants
fish, liver, seeds
Vitamin Bl (thiamine)
energy metabolism (glucides), proper functioning of the nervous system
grains, bran, yeast
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
metabolism of amino acids and fats
grains, milk, yeast
Vitamin 86 (pyridoxine)
metabolism of proteins, fats, glucides and iron
grains, milk, fish, yeast
Vitamin PP (nicotinic acid)
tissue integrity (skin)
grains, yeast, fish, eggs
Folic acid
protein metabolism, haemoglobin synthesis
yeast, liver
Vitamin 812 (cyanocobalamin)
protein metabolism, haemoglobin synthesis
iron,  fish, dairy products
Pantothenic  acid
tissue integrity (skin)
liver, fish,  dairy products, rice
integrity of the skin, metabolism of glucides. lipids and proteins
yeast,  natural ingredients
Vitamin 84 (choline)
fat metabolism, protection of liver
natural ingredients


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