Nutritional standards

three-year-old dietNutritional standards
recommendations covering the amounts of individual food ingredients (energy, mineral, vitamins), which should be delivered to a healthy human body over the course of a day, depending on his gender, century, the type of work performed, physiological state (pregnancy, feeding), plus an appropriate safety margin. Nutritional norms correspond to the recommended daily rations of food products.

W Polsce normy żywieniowe opracowuje Instytut

Sodium and Calcium

to beSodium Na
macronutrient having a significant effect, along with potassium and chlorine, on osmotic pressure and the maintenance of water in the body. Sodium deficiency causes fatigue, muscle cramps, weakening of the ability to think; excess leads to water retention in the body, disorders in the work of the kidneys and the circulatory system. The basic source of sodium is evaporated table salt (Kłodawa fossil salt, inowrocławska lub

Mineral food ingredients

saltMineral food ingredients
inorganic chemical compounds, mainly positive ions (kationy) punishment, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and negative ions (aniony) phosphorus compounds, sulfur, chlorine. Apart from proteins, they are the structural material of the organism, are part of the body fluids, affect the course of many life processes, have a regulatory effect.

Total elements, of which the human body consists, divided into macronutrients, …

Potassium and Selenium

milkPotassium K.
a macronutrient regulating the electrolyte balance in the body, conduction of nerve impulses, has a significant impact, along with sodium and chlorine, to osmotic pressure. Potassium deficiencies inhibit the growth of young organisms, weaken the excitability of the heart muscle, they are the cause of general weakness. The daily requirement is approx. 100 mg. Potassium is most abundant in: milk, poultry meat, fish, beans, peas, potatoes, garlic and yeast.

Selenium Se
trace element, …