NUTRITION

 

NO VITAMIN A IN CARROTS

Carrot, a food item that is recommended as a good source to obtain vitamin A, if not as its primary source. The term “vitamin A” is also often used to include pro-vitamin A carotenoids, which can cause another inaccurate notion, that vitamin A and beta-carotene are virtually one and the same. The misleading information about vitamin A causing that consumption of true vitamin A is neglected in it can lead to suboptimal intake of Vitamin A.

STAGE I OF INTRODUCTION GAPS DIET

of the first stage of Introduction GAPS diet are meat and fish BROTHS. Broth must be homemade, commercially prepared broths or its other alternatives are not allowed. The broth is recommended drink several times a day as a beverage. It is also used for preparation of VEGETABLE SOUPS, which are the main meal of this stage.