Vitamin D- Cod liver oil, shellfish; lard, butter and egg yolks
Choline- Cod liver oil; egg yolks from grass-fed animals
DHA- Cod liver oil; liver, butter, and egg yolks
Zinc- Red meat of grass-fed animals, shellfish
Tryptophan- Meat of grass-fed animals
Cholesterol- Seafood; dairy foods, eggs and meat of grass-fed animals
This article is about how we can eat well but still be malnourished. Here is the article. Everyone should go check it out. A lot of these important nutrients are only found in meat, seafood, and dairy products. The key is that these animals are grass-fed. It is important that the nutrients from the grass are part of the diet of the animals: cows and chickens (seafood should be wild). Then the eggs, meat, and dairy are fully packed with with vitamins and nutrients. Vitamin A only occurs in animal foods. Babies and growing children right up to age 18 need more vitamin A in their diet as a function of body weight than adults do. You can give a baby as much or more cod liver oil on a body-weight basis as an adult. It is fine because they really need that vitamin A. The books on infant feeding back in the 1930s and 1940s recommended 2 teaspoons of cod liver oil per day for infants over 3 months old. Vitamin A is an important part of our families diet. Make sure it is part of yours!