Talking of Food is a magazine website set up by a group of people who love not only food but also the diversity of its culture. It is not bound by ideology or momentary fads but has an open mind towards opposing views. Its contributors are often experts in their field and discuss wide ranging subjects such as antibiotics in the food-chain, the opposing arguments on GM food or the future of food. On a lighter note see how they make noodles in China or follow Elisabeth Luard's classic series on European Peasant Cookery.

The RDA is the amount of vitamins and minerals that healthy people need for a good daily diet

Food Acupuncture: Vitamins & Minerals

Small but significant: Tiny amounts big results Structuring/building/connecting/energizing/repairing/healing…

The power of vitamins comes from the power of real food

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 Vitamins     RDA     Minerals     RDA   
Vitamin A 800 µg Calcium 800 mg
Vitamin D 5 µg Magnesium 375 mg
Vitamin E 12 mg alpha-TE Iron 14 mg
Vitamin K 75 µg Copper 1 mg
Vitamin B1 1.1 mg Iodine 150 µg
Vitamin B2 1.4 mg Zinc 10 mg
Niacin 16 mg Manganese 2 mg
 Pantothenic acid  6 mg Potassium 2000 mg
Vitamin B6 1.4 mg Selenium 55 µg
Folic acid 200 µg Chromium 40 µg
Vitamin B12 2.5 µg Molybdenum 50 µg
Biotin 50 µg Fluoride 3.5 mg
Vitamin C 80 mg Chloride 800 mg
Phosphorus 700 mg

EU RDA for vitamins and minerals

 

 

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