Characteristics of nutrients

  • Calcium is a nutrient you want to take firmly
  • 99% is present in bones and teeth 1% in blood, cells
  • The absorption rate in the body affects the balance with other minerals
  • Ingestion of phosphorus excessively inhibits absorption of calcium
  • Too much calcium inhibits absorption of other minerals such as iron


Function of nutrients

  • Actions that stabilize muscles and nerves
  • Create strong teeth and bones
  • Calm the stress and stabilize the nerve
  • Keep myocardial function (blood pressure) normal
  • Anti-allergic action



When nutrients are deficient

  • Osteoporosis
  • Hypertension · arteriosclerosis
  • Hypocalcemia
  • obesity
  • Glycosuria
  • Immune abnormality
  • Cognitive disorders



When nutrients overdose

  • There is no overdose in a normal eating habit
  • Be aware of excessive intake by supplements
  • Often symptoms do not manifest as excessive symptoms even if taken too much
  • Constipation, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, loss of appetite


Foods rich in nutrients

  • milk
  • Yogurt
  • cheese
  • Komatsuna
  • Hijiki
  • Natto



  • Calcium is deficient in Japanese diet
  • The ratio of calcium and magnesium should be 2: 1
  • It is released to the outside by the stress
  • Calcium is excreted outside the body due to excess intake of phosphorus
  • When calcium is deficient calcium is produced from the bone
  • Vitamin D promotes the deposition of calcium
  • It is more effective to consume more frequently than taking lots of it at once
  • Too much calcium hinders iron absorption
  • Try to ingest as much effort as possible



Nutrient list
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EnergyPantothenic acid
Saturated fatty acids n-3 fatty acids
Dietary fiber n-6 fatty acids
Vitamin ACalcium
Vitamin DMagnesium
Vitamin ERin
Vitamin KZinc
Vitamin B1Copper
Vitamin B2Manganese
Vitamin B6Lodine
Vitamin B12Selenium
Vitamin CChromium
Folic acidiron