Ensuring you’re getting enough nutrients to maintain a balanced diet, that also take food intolerances into consideration, can be a challenge if you don’t know alternative nutrient sources.
Let us put this into perspective, most people know that milk is particularly rich in calcium, but if you’ve recently discovered that you’re intolerant to milk, you might be concerned that this could lead to a calcium deficiency. However, what you might not know is that other sources of calcium can be found in broccoli and bony fish.
If you’d like to know more information about the importance of essential nutrients in your diet, we recently published our in-depth findings here.
However, if you’d like a comprehensive, and sometimes surprising, list of foods high in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, fibre, calcium and iron to keep you fighting fit, that you can have at your fingertips (pinned to your fridge) we have created the below.
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For information on how to identify food intolerances and diet support, our friendly advisors are happy to help.