My Dietary Goals

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Everyone has a different way of maintaining a healthy diet. Here are some of my basic dietary values (DV), common knowledge, goals and scientific theories. In other words, the plants I’d like to eat regularly, from my garden, grocery store or farmers market.    

by Curtis Ingram Jr 

Fruit

 

Papaya

OJ

Cantaloupe

Mango

Pineapple

Lemon

Lime

Black Cherry ext. B. Jensen

Strawberries

Raspberries

Black Berries

Watermelon

Pomegranate

Plum /Prune

Apricot

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Nuts

 

Peanuts

Pecans

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Veggies

Tomato

Garlic

Seaweed

Cabbage

Aloe Vera

Cucumber

Squash

Onion (White, Red, Green)

Bell Peppers

Olives

Corn

Mushroom

Broccoli

Sprouts

Zucchini

Celery

Carrots

Collared Greens

Okra

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Roots

 

French Fries

Sweet Potato

Yuka

Yam

Ginger

Leafy Greens

Baby Spinach,

Green Leaf Lettuce,

Mizuna,

Tango,

Green Oak,

Green Chard,

Arugula,

Red Leaf Lettuce,

Lolla Rose,

Ridiccio,

Red Chard,

Red Oak,

Kale,

Cabbage,

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Sugars:

Cane

Honey

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Grain

 

Cereal: Total Bran

Rice

Faro

Quinoa

Barley

Wheat/flour/Bread/Pasta/Tortilla

Oatmeal

Corn Meal

Coconut

 

Beans:

Lentil

Black Eye

Refried Bean (pinto/black)

Green Beans

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Oils

Canola

Coconut

Olive

Sesame Seed

Herbs and Spices

Curry

Cumin

Paprika

Celery Seed

Salt

Pepper

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I left spaces, please add your own twist to it. Remember, these are my food goals, you can add or subtract to tailor your food goals.

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Quick checklist of what I look for in my Daily Value (DV)

such as Vitamins, Minerals, Protein, Sugar, Salt, Dietary Fiber.

 

By Curtis Ingram Jr  

 

A: Papaya, Carrots, Cabbage

B1: Beans, 

B: Green Veggie

B3: Veggie, bananas, Peanut

B6: Nuts, Beans

B12: Meat, Dairy

C: Fruits

Calcium

Chromium

D: Sun light

E: Bananas, Beans, Greens, Wheat germ oil.

Folic Acid:

K: Greens, Turnip, Beans, Tomatoes

Iodine:

Iron:

Magnesium:

Potassium:

Selenium:

Zinc:

Saturated and Trans Fat:

Sodium:

Dietary Fiber:

Sugar:

Protein: