We can see those energy centers in brief.Before heading into diabetes we can shortly see the nutrients in our food as it helps with our diet. We have carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, mineral salts, and water in our food. These above-said nutrients have to be in the right amount to lead a healthy life. No food in this world has all the nutrients in the right amount. Every food has a particular ratio of every nutrient, and every food gives energy to our body in a different level. So it is necessary for us to select the right food for our body.
Most of the grain types will have this energy in it. This energy is essential for us to do physical work. There are many types of it, which can be seen later.
Protein is available abundantly in most of the dal types and also in meat. This helps in the growth of our body, cell generation and for the growth of fetus too.
This energy is saved and stored in our body. It helps in providing the important acids required for the body. Vitamin E can be taken into the body with the help of fat. Fat also helps in giving us the required acids for our body. Fat helps in absorbing the vitamins for our body. The energy will be dropped if carbohydrate in our body gets reduced. So during that time protein and fat can compensate that energy. That is why these three energies are called as energy centers.
Vitamins can be divided into Water-soluble vitamins and Fat-soluble vitamins. Nico did acid, folic acid, Vitamin C comes under water-soluble vitamins. Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin E and Vitamin k come from fat soluble vitamins.
There are 24 salts required for a healthy body. Some of the important and essential salts are calcium, phosphorous, iron, zinc, sodium, potassium, cobalt, and magnesium. Vitamins and minerals are required for various activities happening in our cells, tissues, body parts and our entire body.
We can live without water for several days but cannot survive without water for few days. Water is so essential for our body; we need water to get our food digested, and to absorb the vitamins and minerals to our body. Water is the only energy which is filled in cells, blood, tissues, and throughout the body. That is why 55% to 70% of our body weight consists of water.