minerals/sources

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minerals/sources
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  1. Sodium NA
    processed foods, canned meat, veggies, soups; convienince foods; restaurant and fast foods
  2. Potassium K
    canned tomato products, sweet potatoes, soy nuts, pistachios, prunes, clams, molasses, yogurt, tomato juice, prune juice, baked potatoes, cantaloupe, dried peas and beans, orange juice, bananas, peanuts, artichokes, fish, beef, lamb, avocados, apple juice, raisins, plaintains, spinach, asparagus, kiwifruit, apricots
  3. Chloride Cl
    processed foods, canned meat, veggies, soups; convinience foods, restaurant and fast foods
  4. Calcium Ca
    milk yogurt, hard natural cheese, bok choy, broccoli, Chinese/Napa cabbage, collards, kale, okra, turnip greens, fortified breakfast cereal, fortified orange juice, dried peas and beans
  5. Phosphorus P
    all animal products (meat, poultry, eggs, milk), ready-to-eat-cereal, dried peas and beans; bran and whole grains; raisins, prunes, dates
  6. Magnesium Mg
    spinach, beet greens, okra, Brazil nuts, almonds, cashews, bran cereal, dried peas and beans, halibut, tuna, chocolate, cocoa
  7. Sulfur S
    all protein foods (meat, poultry, fish, eggs, milk, dried peas and beans, nuts)
  8. Iron Fe
    beef liver, red meats, fish, poultry, clams, tofu, oysters, lentils, dried peas and beans, fortified cereals, bread, dried fruit.
  9. Zinc Zn
    oysters, red meat, pultry, dried peas and beans, fortified breakfast cereals, yogurt, cashews, pecan, milk.
  10. Iodine
    iodized salt, seafood, bread, dairy products
  11. Selenium Se
    brazil nuts, tuna, beef, cod, turkey, egg, cottage cheese, rice, enriched and whole weat bread
  12. Copper Cu
    organ meats, seafood, nuts, seeds, whole grains, cocoa products, drinking water
  13. Manganese Mn
    widely distributed in foods. Best sources are whole grains, oat bran, tea, pineapple, spinach, dried peas and beans
  14. Flouride Fl
    flouridated water, water that naturally contains floiuride, tea, seafood.
  15. Chromium Cr
    broccoli, grape juice, whole grains, red wine
  16. Molybdenum Mo
    milk, legumes, bread, grains

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