MNF & DRG (Micro Focus Nutrition)

If we know the micro-nutrient RDAs and know the micro-nutrient content of virtually all foods and drinks then maybe we can focus on these essentials instead of going all macro each time we eat, what do you think?

What does this do for us though, if nothing then why bother working it all out, but if we can focus on the needs of the body and mind and the need to deliver essential nutrients then we can eat only the foods related to these basic needs and avoid the macro system of eating percentages or2016-08-14 09.11.07 grams of sugars, fats, proteins and instead provide vitamins, amino acids, minerals, water, phyto-nutrients and essentials like Vitamin D, Iron, Zinc and other essentials, whereas most of our high percentage sugars are non essential, so why focus our eating and drinking patterns on these macro-nutrients.
I do believe that we can do it and eat in a much healthier way with a system based first on the micro-nutrient needs and then when the foods/drinks are selected we will see if we are getting sufficient calories from the selected intake and adjust to get what we need when we need it.

Thoughts and ideas and opinions are very welcome.

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Published by Dai Roberts Triathlon

Health and performance focused professional triathlon and running coach since 2010. Coaching runners since 2001. European AG champion and world championships AG bronze medalist. BEMER specialist and Independent Distributor. Coaching runners and triathletes of all ages from youth to world championships level. I trained under the IRONMAN coaching program alongside the US MASTERS swimming, USA Cycling and USA Track and Field program as well as UK Athletics. Lifelong learning, athlete centered and successful. Retired UK Military after 32 years service.

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