Nutrient Chart

This is only a rough guide as the determining factor of the nutrient content is ultimately the soil the vegetable was grown in. The table clearly demonstrates that the ingredients of The Culinary Caveman powders are amongst the most nutritious from the plant kingdom.

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Nutrient

| What are its main functions?

| RDA

| 100g of a food item provides

Vitamin A A powerful antioxidant. Associated with cell division and the health of bone, skin, urinary tract, respiratory and digestive systems. Regulates the thyroid gland. Protected by Vitamin Evt 5,000IU *Spirulina 250,000IU, Wheatgrass 66,000IU, Peppermint 39,000IU, Parsley 23,300IU,
Raspberry leaf 19,000IU, Nettle 15,700IU, Broccoli 3,000IU (Beef Liver 70,000IU equiv., Carrot 28,000IU)
Vitamin B1
Thiamine
Metabolism of foods, conversion of energy from fats and carbohydrates, also the bio-assimilation of proteins. Prevents the build-up of toxins. 1mg *Spirulina 2.38mg, Sunflower seeds 2.29mg, Hemp seeds 0.9mg, Sesame seeds 0.8mg,
Nettles 0.54mg, Dandelion 0.2-1.7mg (Pork 0.9mg, Haricot bean 0.3mg, Avocado 0.1mg)
Vitamin B2
Riboflavin
Bioassimilates the energy from foods. Maintains the skin and acidity levels. Essential in the production of vitamins B3 and B6. 1mg *Peppermint 3.9mg, Spirulina 3.7mg, Hemp seeds 1.1mg, Comfrey 1mg, Almond 0.8mg, Nettles 0.43mg, Sunflower seeds 0.4mg, Peas 0.27mg (Crab 0.86mg, Mushroom 0.45mg, Lamb and Mackerel 0.3mg)
Vitamin B3
Niacin
Also involved with the assimilation of energy from foods. Maintains the brain and skin. Regulates blood sugar levels. 17mg *Raspberry leaves 38mg, Spirulina 12.8mg, Peppermint 11.4mg, Comfrey, Chickweed and Nettles all about 5mg, Sunflower seeds 4.5mg, Peas 2mg (Peanut Butter 14mg, Mushrooms 4mg)
Vitamin B5
Pantothenic acid
Breaks down proteins into amino acids. Critical for the production of anti-stress hormones and haemoglobin. 6mg Spirulina 3.5mg, Sunflower seeds 0.85mg, Broccoli 0.5mg (Shitake mushroom 3.6mg, Sun-dried tomato 2mg, Eggs 1.8mg)
Vitamin B6
Pyridoxine
Essential for the production and balance of hormones, a well known anti-depressant. Upkeeps immune system. 1.3mg Sunflower and Sesame seeds 0.95mg, Banana 0.6mg, Hemp seeds 0.3mg (Pistachio 1.3mg, Rabbit 0.5mg, Kale 0.27mg)
Vitamin B9
Folic acid
Crucial for cell division, hence why seen as essential for pregnancy, although essential for everyone, especially as deficient for most. 200mcg *Parsley, dried 1,535mcg, Sunflower seeds 227mcg, Spinach 190mcg, Kelp 180mcg, Sesame seeds 97mcg (Lentils 180mcg, Asparagus 150mcg)
Vitamin C The body’s most powerful antioxidant and antibiotic, strengthens the immune system. Used for iron absorption and the production of hormones. Surprising levels of deficiency, has a future in cancer and CVD prevention. 700mg *Acerola cherry, dried 18,000mg, Blackcurrants 181mg, Pumpkin seeds 173mg, Parsley
133mg, Nettles 83mg, Broccoli 80mg (Rose-hip 740mg, Guava 200mg, Kiwi 80mg, Orange 0-50mg)
Vitamin E Another antioxidant, works best in conjunction with vitamins A, C (anti-carcinogens) and B complex. Promotes healthy blood and organs. 4mg *Sunflower seeds 43mg, Comfrey leaves and Hemp oil 30mg, Spirulina 5mg, Hemp seeds 3mg, Dandelions 2.5mg, Spinach 1.95mg (Roasted peanuts 7mg, sweet potato 5mg, Salmon 1.9mg)
Calcium Vital for healthy teeth and bones. Also crucial for nerves, heart and muscle contraction, as well as the blood. Can only be assimilated if magnesium is also present, consumed in ratio with phosphorus and a healthy parathyroid. 700mg *Nettles 2.9g, Peppermint 1.6g, Parsley 1.4g, Chickweed 1.2g, Raspberry leaf 1.2g, Comfrey root 1.1g, Sesame seeds 975mg, Dandelion leaf 614mg (Cheddar cheese 750mg {not bio-available}, Rocket 160mg)
Phosphorus Indispensable for teeth and bones. Helps absorb nutrients from foods and subsequent energy release to cells. Often excessive consumption from fizzy drinks (phosphates) prevents calcium utilisation. 750mg *Pumpkin seeds 1,174mg, Peppermint 772mg, Cocoa 734mg, Nettles and Chickweed 450mg, Dandelion leaf 362mg, Stevia 320mg, Pea 177mg (Dates 350mg, Beef 124mg)
Potassium Works with sodium in maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance in cells and tissues. Removes waste from cells. Needs to be consumed in a 1:1 ratio with sodium, which is often excessive (as salt), hindering potassium’s job. 2g *Nettles 2.9g, Peppermint 1.6g, Parsley 1.4g, Chickweed 1.2g, Raspberry leaf 1.2g, Comfrey root 1.1g, Sesame seeds 975mg, Dandelion leaf 614mg (Cheddar cheese 750mg {not bio-available}, Rocket 160mg)
Magnesium Important in proper functioning of nerves, heart and muscles. Works in conjunction with calcium in a (Ca)3:2 (Mg) ratio, as well as vitamins B1, B3, C and D. Often deficient. 300mg Liquorice 965mg, Nettles 860mg, Peppermint 661mg, Pumpkin seed and Chickweed 530mg, Cocoa 499mg, Stevia and Sesame seed 350mg, Raspberry leaf 319mg, Spinach 87mg (Brazil nut 350mg, Avocado 40mg)
Iron Essential in the production of red blood cells, DNA and RNA, enzymes and vitamin A. Vitamin C aids its absorption, needing to be consumed in ratio with zinc. 15mg *Chickweed 253mg, Raspberry leaf 101mg, Dandelion leaf 96mg, Liquorice 88mg, Comfrey root 81mg, Peppermint 60mg, Nettles 42mg, Cocoa 18mg, Pumpkin and Sesame seeds 15mg, Sunflower seeds 6.8mg (Cashew 6mg, Mussel 5.8mg, Lentil 3.5mg, Pork 2.9mg, Bison 2.8mg)
Zinc Vital for the reproductive, nervous and immune systems, brain health, also a component of enzymes, DNA and RNA, crucial for growth. Another one that is commonly deficient. Consume in ratio with Iron and Manganese. 15mg Sesame seeds 7.8mg, Pumpkin seeds 7.46mg, Cocoa 6.8mg, Hemp oil 6.7mg, Nettles, Chickweed and Sunflower seeds 5mg (Oyster 70mg, Lamb 5.3mg, Bison 3.5mg)
Manganese Regulates blood sugar levels and insulin production as well as thyroid hormones 3mg *Raspberry leaf 146mg, Chickweed 15.3mg, Stevia 14mg, Hemp oil 9.3mg, Nettles 7.8mg (Hazelnut 6.2mg, Pineapple 1.6mg)
Copper Important in bone growth and strength. Responsible for connective tissue and myelin sheath production (protects nerves). 1.2mg *Spirulina 6.1mg, Sesame seeds 4.1mg, Cocoa 3.8g, Sunflower seeds 1.8mg, Hemp oil 1.6mg (Blackstrap molasses 2mg, Avocado 0.26mg)
Iodine Antiseptic, Antibiotic and probably an anti-carcinogen. Essential in thyroid hormone production, foetal and later development. Also for tissue and muscle functions. Its deficiency, which is common, will be linked to autism, ADD and many other diseases. 140mcg *Kelp 0.65g (657,100mcg), Kombu 0.13g (Haddock 100-250mcg, Cod 110mcg)
Selenium Works with iodine in thyroid hormone production. Anti-oxidant, protects against free-radicals, making it an anti-carcinogen. It assists the roles of vitamins B3, C, E and zinc. Deficiency is common. 50mcg Sunflower seeds 53mcg (Brazil nuts 1,950mcg, Nuts avg. 420,mcg, Tuna 60mcg, Crab 50mg)
Protein The source of amino acids, which are chained in different combinations to make hormones, enzymes and antibodies. The best and safest source, by far, is vegetable protein. 40g *Spirulina 57g, Pumpkin seeds 25g, Hemp seeds 23g, Sunflower seeds 22g, Chickweed 20g, Cocoa 19.6g, Sesame seeds 18g, Nettles 10g (Venison 34g, Chicken, breast 31g, peanuts 24g)
1,000mg (milligram) = 1g (gram); 1,000,000mcg (microgram) = 1g*Richest source of nutrient from all the edible foods (meat and plant) worldwide.

The foods and figures in brackets, represent the highest nutrient content of commercially available foods as a direct comparison. Most statistics are from the USDA, FAO and WHO.