The nutrients they contain
What they bring
Milk, cheese, yogurt, dairy desserts
Protein, B vitamins and calcium.
For light products: lipids vitamin A and D.
allow you to grow and participate in the formation of your bones and teeth
Meat, fish, eggs
Beef, mutton, pork, poultry, rabbit
Fish and seafood
Protein, iron, vitamins B, B12 and D, more or less lipids
Please note, cold cuts (other than white ham) contain a lot of fat
They are essential for building and maintaining your muscles, skin and blood
Cereals, potatoes and legumes
Bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, lentils, dried beans, chickpeas, beans
Carbohydrates (slow sugars), proteins, B vitamins, minerals, fiber
Keep in mind that processed products (such as cookies and bars) contain lipids
They give fuel to your muscles and allow you a lot of effort
Fruit and vegetables
All fruits, all green vegetables
Vitamin C fiber
They give you vitality, help you fight disease and prevent constipation!
Fats and fats
Butter, cream, oil, margarine
Vitamin A for butter
Vitamin E and essential fatty acids in oils and margarines
They are necessary for life
Sugar, honey, jam, syrup Carbohydrates (fast sugar) They give you immediate energy
Water, tea, coffee, infusions
Water, metal salts for some Water is life!