The principal dietary sources of copper are nuts, legumes, green leafy vegetables, seafood, and sesame seeds. The principal dietary sources of L-tyrosine are seaweed, spirulina, and protein-rich foods such as meat, poultry, seafood, beans, tofu, lentils, bananas, sunflower seeds, and milk. The principal dietary sources of catechins are green tea, apples, cocoa, and prunes. The principal dietary sources of Vitamin C are acerola, sea buckthorn, bell pepper, black currant, parsley, broccoli, kiwi, papaya, and citrus fruits. The principal dietary sources of quercetin are capers, lovage, sorrel, radish, dill, coriander, red onion, radicchio, and kale. The principal dietary sources of lycopene are tomatoes, watermelons, pink grapefruit, papaya and, rose hips. The principal dietary sources of biotin are cereals, chocolate, egg yolks, legumes, milk, and nuts. The principal dietary sources of Vitamin D are mushrooms, cheese, and egg yolks. The principal dietary sources of vitamin B12 are liver, fish eggs, mackerel, crab meat, and milk. The principal dietary sources of folic acid are avocados, beetroot, spinach, liver, yeast, asparagus, and Brussels sprouts.
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