The ‘foodie’ is the term that’s been used to describe people who consume more food than most people.
It’s also the term most used to define people who have high or low levels of physical activity.
But what does it mean?
Diet and exercise are just two of the many nutrients found in foods.
What are they?
These nutrients, or micronutrients, are concentrated in a range of foodstuffs including cereals, fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts and seeds.
The main types of micronuts include vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, calcium, riboflavin and folic acid.
Most of these nutrients are found in food, but not all of them.
What do they do?
The micronuites are found at the bottom of all the nutrients, including vitamins A, B1, B2 and B6.
They are also found in certain types of meat, dairy products and eggs.
These nutrients are vital for normal brain development.
When we eat these foods, they’re broken down into their constituent micronutes (i.e. the types of nutrients) and their metabolites (i