Food Sources of Vitamins and Minerals (Micronutrient) - Cheat Sheet

Photo credit:  Magda Ehlers

Photo credit: Magda Ehlers

In functional medicine (of which functional nutrition is the core), we often use supplements to enhance our health status, and doing so can be necessary to help replete nutrient deficiency, and to help address underlying metabolic imbalances and blocked biochemical pathways (for example).

 

It is important to keep in mind that while supplements can be helpful, they cannot and should not replace whole, real food sources of nutrition. Food is medicine and is our first line of defense against illness and disease. Food is also the primary vehicle for fueling our bodies with the nutrients we need to function.

 

Incorporating food sources of vitamins and minerals into your diet daily is important for overall health and wellness, as well as for combating illness and disease. 

 

Remember, supplements cannot compensate for a nutrient poor diet!

 

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"Your nutritional needs are as unique as your fingerprint, and they are dictated by your individual biochemistry. As a functional and clinical nutritionist, I can help you interpret your body's nutrient needs and customize a plan to reach your health and wellness goals. This is personalized nutrition."
 
-Jennifer Caryn Brand, MPH, MS, CNS, Clinical Nutritionist
 
 

 
Wishing you a delicious weekend!



Jennifer
Functional and Clinical Nutritionist