Regulatory foods - Contain more vitamins and minerals.
Energy foods - Contains more carbohydrates and fats / strong> Cereals (corn, rice, wheat, sorghum), grains (beans, lentils), tubers (also called vegetables such as ocumo, potato, cassava), bananas, oils, margarine, butter, mayonnaise. Proteins: These are the bricks needed to grow and repair body damage. They are found in meats (beef, poultry, game), fish, seafood, crustaceans, eggs, milk.
cheese, sausage (sausage, sausage, sausage), grains such as beans, beans, lentils.
Carbohydrates: Give us energy and heat to move and develop all daily activities. They are of vegetal origin. They are found in cereals: corn, wheat, rice, sorghum and their products (flour, pasta) tubers or vegetables: potato, yam, celery, cassava, ocumo, Chinese ocumo, mapuey, potato; banana; sugar (white or brown), honey and paper, grains such as beans of all colors, peas, lentils, chickpeas, beans, quinchonchos.Vitamins: These are vitamins A, D, E, K, C, B complex and folic acid. They fulfill essential functions for the body. They help in the process of energy transformation and favor the system of defense of the body against diseases. They are found in almost all foods especially in fruits, vegetables and foods of animal origin. Minerals : Among the main minerals are: calcium, iron, iodine and zinc. They participate in various specific functions and are part of the tissues of the body (eg, calcium forms and maintains bones and teeth, iron is part of the blood). Minerals are involved in growth, human reproduction, muscle function, among others. They are found primarily in animal foods.
Fiber: Fiber helps to expel feces easily, prevents colon cancer and reduces cholesterol in the blood.It is found in plant foods such as vegetables (carrot, tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber), fruits (melon, pin, orange, apple), grains (cassava, celery, navy, sweet potatoes) and whole grains.