If you crave this ...

You need this ...
  Here are the health foods that contain it ...
Chocolate Magnesium Raw nuts and seeds, legumes, fruits
Sweets Chromium Broccoli, grapes, cheese, dried beans, calves liver, chicken
Carbon Fresh fruits
Phosphorus Chicken, beef, liver, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy, nuts, legumes, grains
Sulfur Cranberries, ruciferous vegetables, (see below)
Tryptophan Cheese, liver, lamb, raisins, sweet potato, spinach
Bread, toast Nitrogen High protein foods: fish, meat, nuts, beans
Oily snacks, fatty foods Calcium Mustard and turnip greens, broccoli, kale, legumes, cheese, sesame

Coffee

or

Tea

Phosphorous Chicken, beef, liver, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy, nuts, legumes
Sulfur Egg yolks, red peppers, muscle protein, garlic, onion, cruciferous vegetables, (see below)
NaCl (salt) Sea salt, apple cider vinegar (on salad)
Iron Meat, fish and poultry, seaweed, greens, black cherries

Alcohol

&

drugs

Protein Meat, poultry, seafood, dairy, nuts
Avenin Granola, oatmeal
Calcium Mustard and turnip greens, broccoli, kale, legumes, cheese, sesame
Glutamine Supplement glutamine powder for withdrawal, raw cabbage juice
Potassium Sun-dried black olives, potato peel broth, seaweed, bitter greens
Chewing ice Iron Meat, fish, poultry, seaweed, greens, black cherries
Burned food Carbon Fresh fruits
Soda and other carbonated drinks Calcium Mustard and turnip greens, broccoli, kale, legumes, cheese, sesame
Salty foods Chloride Raw goat milk, fish, unrefined sea salt
Acid foods Magnesium Raw nuts and seeds, legumes, fruits
Preference for liquids rather than solids Water Flavor water with lemon or lime. You need 8 to 10 glasses per day.
Preference for solids rather than liquids Water You have been so dehydrated for so long that you have lost your thirst. Flavor water with lemon or lime. You need 8 to 10 glasses per day.
Cool drinks Manganese Walnuts, almonds, pecans, pineapple, blueberries
Pre-menstrual cravings Zinc Red meats (especially organ meats), seafood, leafy vegetables, root vegetables
General overeating Silicon Nuts, seeds; Walnuts, pecans, almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, pumpkin seeds, sunflower, rice or other whole grain seeds. Walnuts and linseed high in omega-3 fatty acids however avoid refined starches.
Tryptophan Cheese, liver, lamb, raisins, sweet potato, spinach
Tyrosine Vitamin C supplements (see below table) or orange, green, red fruits and vegetables
Lack of appetite Vitamin B1 Nuts, seeds, beans, liver and other organ meats
Vitamin B3 Tuna, halibut, beef, chicken, turkey, pork, seeds and legumes
Manganese Walnuts, almonds, pecans, pineapple, blueberries
Chloride Raw goat milk, unrefined sea salt
Tobacco Silicon Nuts, seeds; Walnuts, pecans, almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, pumpkin seeds, sunflower, rice or other whole grain seeds. Walnuts and linseed high in omega-3 fatty acids however avoid refined starches.
Tyrosine Vitamin C supplements (see below table) or orange, green and red fruits and vegetables

Cruciferous vegetables, (Brassica), include:

Arugula, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Watercress, Bok Choy, Turnip Greens, Mustard Greens, Mizuna, Rutabaga, Horseradish, Radishes, Turnips, Kohlrabi, and Kale.

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

Rose hips are by far the highest in vitamin C, (but have gone out of fashion now, as governments would prefer you to buy ascorbic acid) and have some beta carotene (plant form of Vitamin A), bioflavinoids, and considerable pectin -- soluble form of fiber, which helps to prevent intestinal cancers, lowers saturated fats and triglycerides, helps to control blood pressure and good for the heart.

The table below shows other sources of Vitamin C that the governments don't have shares in.

 Vitamin C per 100 grams -- Vegetables  Vitamin C per 100 grams -- Fruits
  190.0 mg -- Peppers, Red
133.0 mg -- Parsley
130.0 mg -- Spinach, Mustard
120.0 mg -- Kale
93.2 mg -- Broccoli
89.3 mg -- Peppers, Green
85.0 mg -- Brussels Sprouts
80.0 mg -- Lambs quarters (Fathen)
70.0 mg -- Mustard Greens
62.0 mg -- Kohlrabi
60.0 mg -- Turnip Greens
46.4 mg -- Cauliflower
45.0 mg -- Chinese Cabbage (pak-choi)
43.0 mg -- Watercress
35.0 mg -- Dandelion Greens
32.2 mg -- Cabbage
30.0 mg -- Beet Greens
  98.0 mg -- Kiwi
61.8 mg -- Papaya
56.7 mg -- Strawberries
53.2 mg -- Orange
53.0 mg -- Lemon (no peel)
42.2 mg -- Rockmelon
38.1 mg -- Grapefruit, Pink and Red
33.3 mg -- Grapefruit, White
30.8 mg -- Tangerine
29.1 mg -- Lime
27.7 mg -- Mango
24.8 mg -- Honeydew Melon
21.0 mg -- Blackberries
15.4 mg -- Pineapple
13.5 mg -- Cranberries
13.0 mg -- Blueberries
10.8 mg -- Grapes
10.0 mg -- Apricots