On the basis of the nutrients supplied to our body, Food may be divided into four categories. these categories are carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and minarals and fat.

Carabohydrates produces energy which can be had from rice, sugar and honey whereas proteins are for building blocks and these could be had from pulses, milk, nuts. vitamins and minerals could be had from fruits and vegetables.

The seeds of leguminosae family or pulses are the main sources of protein.they are consumed after being dehusked and decorticated. These are consumed even after being Soaked and sprouted too.Various grains, beans are also sprouted to give a boost to vitamins and enzymes in the human body.They have energy, protein, carbohydrate, fat, minerals and vitamins.

Milk is a perfect food by itself and it too has protein, fat, minerals and a number of vitamins.Seeds of fruits are called nuts and these are rich in proteins, fats and carbohydrates. These are good source of vitamin B comlex too. Nuts may also be soaked and could be consumed in various forms.

Proteins are important to keep healthy skin, bones, muscles and organs. Soy products are also great sources of proteins.Vitamin B-12 is necessary for the production of red blood cells which abounds in Animals products but you can have it in milk, cheese, cereals, soy products and in vitamin supplements.

Calcium is important for strong teeth and bones.Low fat dairy products and dark green vegetables are high in calcium. In ths same way, Iron is important for building red blood cells which could be had from dark green leafy greens, dried fruits, beans, peas, lentils and cereals.

Vitamin c rich foods help you obtain non-Animal sources of calcium.

Zinc is a mineral which forms protein and has a role in cell division and this can be had from whole grains, soy products, nuts and wheat germ.

 
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