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   * [[home:​food:​folic|folic acid and folate]] – folate is a water-soluble B-vitamin that occurs naturally in leafy foods; folic acid is the synthetic form of folate; MP patients must avoid products containing supplemental folic acid as it contributes to bacterial growth   * [[home:​food:​folic|folic acid and folate]] – folate is a water-soluble B-vitamin that occurs naturally in leafy foods; folic acid is the synthetic form of folate; MP patients must avoid products containing supplemental folic acid as it contributes to bacterial growth
   * vitamin B12 – readily available in meat and dairy products so, unless a person is a vegan, he or she is probably not deficient; exceptions include certain malabsorption syndromes and pernicious anemia, conditions where people cannot absorb B-12   * vitamin B12 – readily available in meat and dairy products so, unless a person is a vegan, he or she is probably not deficient; exceptions include certain malabsorption syndromes and pernicious anemia, conditions where people cannot absorb B-12
-  * vitamin C – ascorbates promote the transcription of Th1 inflammatory mediators and, therefore, large doses of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) may prove to affect the immune system in a way that is counterproductive;​ as little as 10mg per day of [[https://​www.kevinstock.io/​health/​do-humans-need-vitamin-c/​|vitamin C]] is needed to prevent scurvy. Do Humans Need Vitamin C?+  * vitamin C – ascorbates promote the transcription of Th1 inflammatory mediators and, therefore, ​**//​continual//​** ​large doses of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) may prove to affect the immune system in a way that is counterproductive;​ as little as 10mg per day of [[https://​www.kevinstock.io/​health/​do-humans-need-vitamin-c/​|vitamin C]] is needed to prevent scurvy. Do Humans Need Vitamin C?
   * vitamin E – supplementation has fallen out of favor with healthcare professionals   * vitamin E – supplementation has fallen out of favor with healthcare professionals
   * vitamin K – promoted for osteoporosis prevention but deficiency in adults is rare   * vitamin K – promoted for osteoporosis prevention but deficiency in adults is rare
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   * zinc – vegetarians may need supplemental zinc    * zinc – vegetarians may need supplemental zinc 
  
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 +Cashews: Cashews are one of the highest sources of zinc in any plant food. 1 ounce of cashews contains 1.6 mg of zinc. Not only are cashews high in zinc, but it's been demonstrated in studies that cashews are also effective against gram-positive bacteria Bacillus subtilis and Staphylococcus aureus and can be used to fight infections.
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 +Chickpeas: Regular consumers of chickpeas have also been shown to have higher levels of dietary fiber, polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, folate, magnesium, potassium, and iron. Just 1 cup of chickpeas contains 2.6 mg of zinc. Additionally,​ research is now suggesting that chickpeas may play a beneficial role in weight management and glucose regulation.
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 +Pumpkin Seeds: Pumpkin seeds have a wide range of healthy and healing properties. The seeds are high in antioxidants,​ anti-inflammatory,​ support diabetics with controlling blood sugar levels, and even improve sperm quality. 1 ounce of pumpkin seeds contains 2.2 mg of zinc. Pumpkin seeds are not only high in zinc and other phytonutrients,​ but they'​re also used to naturally kill parasites.
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 +Hemp Seeds: One of the most versatile plants in the world brings us a high amount of zinc, amongst other essential nutrients. Just 2 tablespoons of hemp seeds contains 1.98 mg of Zinc and almost as much protein as soybeans. One study showed that compounds in hemp seeds may have neuroprotective,​ anti-inflammatory,​ effects and may also help to regulate the immune system.
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 +Kidney Beans: Kidney beans have a reputation for naturally lowering cholesterol levels, regulating blood sugar levels, support in weight loss and also prevent cancer. 1/2 cup of cooked kidney beans contains about 1 mg of zinc. Cooking or sprouting kidney beans enhances the bioavailability of zinc.
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 +Avocado: This creamy, delicious, versatile fruit is not only healthy for the eyes, skin, bones and heart, but also comes is one of the highest in zinc. 1 avocado contains 1.3 mg of zinc, making it one of the highest fruit sources of zinc. Avocados also contain high amounts of folate, a mineral imperative during pregnancy and for preventing depression.
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 +Blackberries:​ Blackberries are not only very high in antioxidants,​ but their astringent qualities make them useful for detoxification. Blackberries are also used as a remedy for diarrhea. Just 1 cup of blackberries contains 0.3 mg of zinc.
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