Nutrient Program List

Micro-Nutrient List Assembled via Scalar Energy

Update: February 2019 359 Nutrients

The micro-nutrient list is updated periodically as a greater number of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, antioxidants, phytochemicals, enzymes and proteins are being assembled inside the human body.

The following micro-nutrient list is assembled inside the body at the cellular level via scalar energy. May God grant you excellent health. Thank you.

Vitamins Assembled via Scalar Energy


Vitamin rich foods
  1. Vitamin A, beta carotene
  2. Vitamin A, retinal
  3. Vitamin A, retinoic acid
  4. Vitamin A, retinol
  5. Vitamin B1, thiamine
  6. Vitamin B2, riboflavin
  7. Vitamin B3, niacin
  8. Vitamin B5, pantothenic acid
  9. Vitamin B6, pyridoxine
  10. Vitamin B7, biotin
  11. Vitamin B8, inositol
  12. Vitamin B9, folate
  13. Vitamin B12, food grade
  14. Vitamin B15, pangamic acid
  15. Vitamin B17, amygdalin-x
  16. Vitamin C, food grade
  17. Vitamin D2, Ergocalciferol
  18. Vitamin D3, cholecalciferol
  19. Vitamin E, tocotrienol
  20. Vitamin K1, phylloquinone
  21. Vitamin K2, menaquinone
  22. Vitamin L, anthranilic acid
  23. Choline

Minerals Assembled via Scalar Energy

Minerals occur naturally and some iron rich food collection are important for human body nutrition requirements. They are required by our body tissues and immune system to carry out daily activities. Minerals constitute four percent of the human body and are classified into two categories, major minerals and trace minerals.

Our body requires more of the essential or major minerals that include calcium, chloride, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and sulfur. Trace minerals are required in tiny amounts and consist of copper, fluoride, iron, cobalt, iodine, manganese, selenium and zinc.

Mineral rich food collection
Mineral-rich foods
  1. Boron
  2. Calcium
  3. calcium phosphate
  4. Carbon
  5. Chloride
  6. Chromium
  7. Chromium picolinate
  8. Cobalt
  9. Copper
  10. Germanium
  11. Gold
  12. Iodine
  13. Iron
  14. Magnesium
  15. Magnesium chloride
  16. Manganese
  17. Nitrogen
  18. Phosphorous
  19. Potassium
  20. potassium chloride
  21. Selenium
  22. Silica
  23. Silicon
  24. Sodium
  25. Sulfur
  26. Vanadium
  27. Zeolite
  28. Zinc

Essential Amino Acids Assembled via Scalar Energy

 

Fluffier than scrambled eggs, this soufflé is just as easy to prepare and is perfect served alongside a juicy wedge of melon and a green salad. One egg contains 6 grams of high-quality protein and all 9 essential amino acids. Eggs are also one of the only foods that contain naturally occurring vitamin D.
Fluffier than scrambled eggs, this soufflé is just as easy to prepare and is perfect served alongside a juicy wedge of melon and a green salad. One egg contains 6 grams of high-quality protein and all 9 essential amino acids. Eggs are also one of the only foods that contain naturally occurring vitamin D.
  1. Histidine
  2. Isoleucine
  3. Leucine
  4. Lysine
  5. Methionine
  6. Phenylalanine
  7. selenocysteine
  8. Threonine
  9. Tryptophan
  10. Valine

 

Non-Essential Amino Acids Assembled via Scalar Energy

 

Glutamine is the most abundant naturally-occurring, non-essential amino acid in the human body, and one of the few that can directly cross the blood–brain barrier. It carries a wealth of health-enhancing properties and is known to have various effects in reducing healing time after operations.
Glutamine is the most abundant naturally-occurring, non-essential amino acid in the human body, and one of the few that can directly cross the blood–brain barrier. It carries a wealth of health-enhancing properties and is known to have various effects in reducing healing time after operations.
  1. Alanine
  2. Arginine
  3. Asparagine
  4. Aspartic acid
  5. Beta-alanine
  6. Carnitine
  7. Citrulline
  8. Cysteine
  9. Cystine
  10. Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)
  11. Glutamine
  12. Glutamic acid
  13. Glycine
  14. Hydroxyproline
  15. Ornithine
  16. Proline
  17. Serine
  18. Taurine
  19. Tyrosine

Fatty Acids Assembled via Scalar Energy

Fatty acids occur naturally in these foods .
Fatty acids occur naturally in these foods .
  1. Alpha-linolenic acid
  2. Alpha lipoic acid
  3. Arachidonic acid
  4. Capric acid
  5. Dihomo-gamma-linolenic acid
  6. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)
  7. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)
  8. Gamma-linolenic acid
  9. lauric acid
  10. Linolenic acid
  11. Myristic acid
  12. Octanoic acid
  13. Oleic acid
  14. Palmitic acid
  15. Palmitoleic acid
  16. Stearic acid

 

Antioxidants Assembled via Scalar Energy

Antioxidants occur naturally in most "natural" food.Antioxidants occur naturally in these foods
  1. Allophycocyanin
  2. alpha ketoglutarate
  3. Alpha mangostin
  4. Apigenin
  5. Apocarotenal
  6. Astaxathin
  7. baicalein
  8. Beta carotene
  9. Beta cryptoxanthin
  10. Canthaxanthin
  11. Catechin
  12. Chlorogenic acid
  13. Chlorophyllin
  14. Chondroitin
  15. chrysin
  16. Cinnamic acid
  17. Curcumin
  18. Daidzein
  19. diosmin
  20. DMAE bitartrate
  21. Epicatechin
  22. Epigallocatechin-3-gallate
  23. Erythorbic acid
  24. Eugenol
  25. Ferulic acid
  26. Fulvic acid
  27. Fumaric acid
  28. galangin
  29. Gallic acid
  30. Genistein
  31. Ginsenoside
  32. Glutathione
  33. Glucosamine
  34. Glucuronic acid
  35. glycitein
  36. Glycolic acid
  37. Grape seed extract
  38. Hesperetin
  39. Hippuric acid
  40. Hyaluronic acid
  41. Inositol
  42. Kojic acid
  43. L-carnosine
  44. Lecithin
  45. Lutein
  46. Luteolin
  47. Lycopene
  48. Malic acid
  49. Mannose
  50. Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)
  51. Naringenin
  52. N-acetyl-l-cysteine
  53. N-acetyl glucosamine
  54. Nobiletin
  55. Oxalic acid
  56. Para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA)
  57. Phosphatidylserine
  58. Phycocyanin
  59. Phytosterol
  60. pinocembrin
  61. pterostilbene
  62. Pycnogenol
  63. Quercetin
  64. Quinic acid
  65. Resveratrol
  66. Rutin
  67. Salicylic acid
  68. Spermidine
  69. Squalene
  70. Succinic acid
  71. Superoxide dismutase
  72. Silybin
  73. Tartaric acid
  74. Taxifolin
  75. Zeatin
  76. Zeaxanthin

 

Phytochemicals Assembled via Scalar Energy

Phytochemicals occur naturally in fruits and vegetables.Phytochemicals occur naturally in fruits and vegetables.
  1. Ajoene
  2. andrographolide
  3. Apocarotenal
  4. berberine
  5. Betanin
  6. Beta sitosterol
  7. Betulin
  8. Betulinic acid
  9. Biochanin A
  10. Butylphthalide
  11. Calcium pectate
  12. Canthaxanthin
  13. Capsaicin
  14. Catechin hydrate
  15. Chicoric acid 1
  16. Coumarin
  17. Coumesterol
  18. Deguelin
  19. Ellagic acid
  20. Fisetin
  21. Floridzin
  22. Genipin
  23. Glucomannan
  24. Heliotropin
  25. Huperzine A
  26. Indole
  27. Isobetanin
  28. Luteolin
  29. Methylsulfonylmethane
  30. Myricetin
  31. Oleanolic acid
  32. Para-coumaric acid
  33. Phenethyl isothiocyanate
  34. Phenylacetic acid
  35. Piperine
  36. Phytosterol
  37. Psoralen
  38. Salicin
  39. Saponin
  40. scopoletin
  41. Silymarin
  42. Stigmasterol
  43. Sulforaphane
  44. Ursolic acid
  45. Pectin (apple)
  46. Proanthocyanidin (cranberry)
  47. Cinnamic acid
  48. D-limonene

 

Proteins Assembled by Scalar Energy

Simply soaking and germinating foods, especially grains, can improve their protein quality by inactivating naturally-occurring toxins.

Fermented Foods: Fermenting with a lactic acid starter culture increases the nutrient density of the food. It lowers the level of complex carbs in legumes, which means less abdominal distension and flatulence. Besides, it can lead to the synthesis of certain amino acids and increase availability of B vitamins. Fermentation lowers the pH (acid-alkaline balance), creating the optimal conditions for enzymatic degradation, particularly in cereals. This may also increase the amount of soluble iron, zinc and calcium several fold and lower the content of antinutritional components (tannin) in some cereals, helping your body absorb iron better. Lactic acidfermented vegetables also preserve Vitamin C better, which, too, facilitates the absorption of iron.

Simply soaking and germinating foods, especially grains, can improve their protein quality by inactivating naturally-occurring toxins.
  1. Actin
  2. Albumin
  3. Collagen
  4. c-peptide
  5. Dystrophin
  6. Elastin
  7. Ferriten
  8. Fibronectin
  9. Gc protein
  10. Hemoglobin
  11. Integrin
  12. Keratin
  13. Laminin
  14. Myosin
  15. Myogen
  16. Myoglobin
  17. Myosin
  18. Promyelocytic leukemia protein
  19. Plasma membrane proteins
  20. Protease
  21. Prothrombin
  22. Renin
  23. Spectrin
  24. Telomere-binding protein
  25. thyroglobulin
  26. Y-globulin

Enzymes Assembled by Scalar Energy

  1. Acetylcholinesterase
  2. Alpha glycerophosphate
  3. Amylase
  4. Amyloglucosidase
  5. ATPase
  6. Beta glycerophosphate
  7. Carnitine Acyltransferase
  8. Catalase
  9. Cellulase
  10. chymotrypsin
  11. Co-enzyme Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide
  12. Co-enzyme Q 10
  13. cytochrome P450 enzymes
  14. Dopamine beta hydroxylase
  15. Elastase
  16. glucoamylase
  17. hexokinase
  18. invertase
  19. Kinase
  20. lactase
  21. Lipase
  22. Lysozome
  23. Malic
  24. N-Acetylglucosamine Transferase
  25. Papain
  26. Pepsin
  27. phosphatase kinase
  28. pullulanase
  29. Pyridoxal phosphate
  30. Pyrroloquinoline quinone
  31. pyruvate kinase
  32. renin
  33. Ribonuclease A
  34. Serratiopeptidase
  35. Succinate Dehydrogenase
  36. Tyrosinase
  37. Trypsin

 

Hormones Assembled By Scalar Energy


Non gender specific hormones
  1. Adiponectin
  2. Aldosterone
  3. Amylin
  4. Androstenedione
  5. adrenocorticotropic
  6. betatrophin
  7. Calcitonin
  8. Cholecystokinin
  9. DHEA ( didehydroepiandrosterone )
  10. Enkephalin
  11. Epinephrine
  12. follicle-stimulating hormone
  13. Glucagon
  14. Gonadotropin releasing hormone
  15. Insulin
  16. Insulin-like growth factor 1
  17. Leptin
  18. Luteinizing hormone
  19. Melatonin
  20. Norepinephrine
  21. Oxytocin
  22. Pregnenolone
  23. Proenkephalin
  24. Prolactin
  25. Somatotropin, Growth hormone
  26. Testosterone
  27. Thyroxine
  28. triiodothyronine
  29. Vasopressin

Neurotransmitters

NEUROTRANSMITTERS are the brain chemicals that communicate information throughout our brain and body. They relay signals between nerve cells, called “neurons.” The brain uses neurotransmitters to tell your heart to beat, your lungs to breathe, and your stomach to digest. They can also affect mood, sleep, concentration, weight, and can cause adverse symptoms when they are out of balance. Neurotransmitter levels can be depleted many ways. As a matter of fact, it is estimated that 86% of Americans have suboptimal neurotransmitter levels. Stress, poor diet, neurotoxins, genetic predisposition, drugs (prescription and recreational), alcohol and caffeine usage can cause these levels to be out of optimal range.

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  1. Acetylcholine
  2. Anandamide
  3. Beta-phenylethylamine
  4. Dopamine
  5. Enkephalin
  6. Epinephrine
  7. Hypocretin
  8. MET-Enkephalin
  9. NMDA (N-Methyl-D-Aspartate)
  10. Norepinephrine
  11. octopamine
  12. Serotonin

Miscellaneous Nutrients Assembled by Scalar Energy

  1. Adenine
  2. Adenosine
  3. Adenosine triphosphate
  4. Allantoin
  5. Anthocyanins (various)
  6. Creatine phosphate
  7. choline bitartrate
  8. chondroitin sulfate
  9. Hydrogen (miscellaneous mineral)
  10. Nitric oxide
  11. Orotic acid
  12. Phosphatidylserine
  13. Synovial fluid
  14. Water