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hi guys I’m back in this video we’re gonna answer the question what has more nutrients carbohydrates proteins or fats now I’m not going to evaluate every single type of protein carbohydrate and fat I’m just going to basically take three and compare them but it’s not as accurate because I’m not going to go after fruits and not going to go after grains I’m not going to talk about beans we’re just gonna evaluate grass-fed beef three ounces and one cup of chopped kale and one teaspoon of coconut oil is our fat let’s just kind of evaluate this to look at the differences normally we need certain required nutrients we need vitamins there’s two types there’s fat soluble like vitamin A D and K and then we have water soluble which is the B vitamins vitamin C and then we also have minerals we have minerals that you need more of like potassium and calcium and then you also have minerals that you don’t need very much of trace minerals okay so then we have amino acids which would come from plant and it can come from animal alright then we have essential fatty acids so we need certain fats that would be the omega-3 fatty acid do you need that for your cellular membranes your brain your hormones alright so first of all if we look at beef vitamin A it has zero vitamin A because vitamin A is a fat soluble and that’s usually in cod liver oil it’s in certain organ meats it’s in butter now if we take a look at kale it has 10,000 IU’s but this is a pre vitamin re it has to be converted into the active form which is retinol so you may convert maybe 3% of that okay so it still has a vitamin name but it also has the phytonutrients that help the vision in the eye and the brain so this is still going to help you a lot alright coconut oil has zero vitamin A even the virgin coconut oil and then we have vitamin C zero beef but we have a good amount of vitamin C for kale which is 80 milligrams so you really only need 70 milligrams a day so it’s actually more than what you need there’s no vitamin C in coconut oil a little bit about a mini and beef zero and kale zero and coke oil then we have vitamin K we have 0.9 micrograms versus 547 micrograms of vitamin K so if someone’s on coumadin which is blocking vitamin K they’re gonna have to avoid kale because it’s loaded with vitamin K and we have a tiny bit of vitamin K in coconut oil just a tiny bit so then we have vitamin b1 we got zero just a very small amount in kale and nothing in coconut oil b2 time trace amounts b3 have a little bit more 3.9 milligrams versus point seven for kale so the B vitamins both of them that’s why you want to get your B vitamins from nutritional yeast b6 there’s a tiny bit tiny bit in kale zero with coconut oil then we get to folate which is a really good prenatal vitamin and also if a woman is breastfeeding to in a developing child okay so we have four point one micrograms versus 19 micrograms so kale has large amounts of folate zero coconut oil then we get to b12 there’s good amounts of b12 and beef but there’s zero and kale zero in coconut oil choline which is the type of B vitamin that’s good for a fatty liver happens to be very very high the 60 milligrams in only three ounces of beef zero and kale zero and coconut and so people are like oh don’t eat beef because you’re it’s going to give you a fatty liver you’re gonna get fat well not not if it has choline so we have calcium with 10 milligrams 90 milligrams of chaos is a good source of calcium zero coconut oil iron two point four milligrams one point one milligrams zero but here’s the thing the type of iron and beef is much more absorbable than the type and kale alright so that would be a little difference there and then we have magnesium we got fifteen point nine twenty two point eight so there’s a good amount of magnesium in kale then we got zinc three point nine versus point three so this is low two with zinc it’s good for the immune system and we get protein just actual amino acids sixteen point two grams versus point three grams so kale is not a lot of protein in comparison with beef alright so then we have omega-3 fatty acids specifically we’re talking about grass-fed NAT grain-fed that’s 74 milligrams but look at kale kale has a hundred and twenty-nine milligrams so it’s loaded with omega-3 fatty acids so then we have potassium now if we check this out it’s like 270 milligrams for just in 3 ounces of beef of potassium versus 299 milligrams in 1 cup of kale so if you’re having several cups of kale you’re getting a lot of potassium so then we have selenium which by the way helps you detoxify heavy metals including mercury and look at beef is loaded 12 versus 0.6 versus 0 so as you can see you really need a variety of foods to get all of your nutrients and one last thing about trace minerals I recommend seek help to get your trace minerals it’s very difficult to get trace minerals and an average diet nowadays so thank you so much for watching hey if you haven’t already subscribed press this little button 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