Notes on nutrition of foods (esp the superfoods)

What are your favorite low(er) calorie, low calorie-per-volume-ratio, or appetite-suppressing foods? - #11 by AlexKChen - Rapamycin Longevity News has more

(I like convenience + low calorie density + ideally low plastic load)

6 oz of : Korean Traditional Fermented Soybean Powder 6 Ounce Nattokinase Source Cheonggukjang Powder Natto Powder Vitamin K2 Vegan Less Smell : Health & Household is 12 tablespoons

150 micrograms

Natto is a Japanese dish made from fermented soybeans. It's high in many nutrients that promote good gut health and is the richest source of vitamin K2 available. One tablespoon of Natto contains **150 micrograms** of vitamin K2, about twice the recommended intake.

ON PESTICIDE residues… You can look up entries on What’s On My Food :: Pesticides on Green Beans but much of the data there is outdated, as the EPA has banned the use of the more neurotoxic pesticides on foods since this was released (Food and Pesticides | US EPA ). Eg use of acephate, methyl parathion, and formetanate have all been highly restricted, as has Chlorpyrifos since 2021… Evidence Mixed on Risks of Pesticide Residue on Produce . Canning/processing helps reduce pesticide residues. As of 2022 I am WAY more concerned with microplastics than I am about pesticides. | Harmful Pesticide Phaseout Calls Come as Some Countries’ Use Rises | The USA lags behind other agricultural nations in banning harmful pesticides | Environmental Health | Full Text


Individual Countries

Makedonia has keto cereal, France has ratatouille and loads of soft glassed vegetables [esp mushrooms and legumes pour couscous] that can easily be used as fast food [NOTE France having a longer lifespan than most countries], Finland has Bean-it. Most European countries have a wider diversity of fake meat than America. I hear Japan has lots of low-calorie seaweeds that help fill you up but I have yet to visit Japan.

lowest calorie density of any of the olives I’ve seen

but california olives has 165 calories per CAN of olives (which is SO LOW for such a food so high in MUFAs) and they tell me they are bpa-free