Saturday, August 14, 2010




Protein  12.7g/100g    Carbohtdrates 71.0g/100g               Fat 3.0/100g
  • Micronutrients                  Vitamin *                       Enzyme ***                        Amino acids
  • Minerals                             Beta carotena                Aspartate aminotransfease  Alaine      
  • Boron                                      Biotin                            Catalase                          Arginine
  • Calcium                                  Choline                         Cytochrome oxidase        Aspartic                         
  • Chloride                                 Folic acid                       DNase                                                            Cystine
  • Chromium                             Niacin                             Fatty acid oxidase                                         Glutamic acid
  • Copper                                   Pantothenic acid           Hexokinase                                                   Glycine
  • Iodine                                     Vitamin A                       Malic dehydrogenase                                   Histidine
  • Iron                                         Vitamin B1                   Nitrate reductase                                          Isoleucine
  • Magnesium                            Vitamin B2                  Nitrogen oxyreductase                                 Histidine
  • Manganese                              Vitamin B6                Proxidase                                                         Lysine
  • Nickel                                      Vitamin B12**         Peroxidase catalase                                        Methionine
  • Phosphorus                             Vitamin C**             Phosphatase                                                     Phenylalanine
  • Potassium                               Vitamin E                  Phospholipase                                                   Proline
  • Selenium                                  Vitamin F**            Polyphenoloxidase                                            Serine
  • Sodium                                      Vitamin K               RNase                                                                  Threonine
  • Sulfur Zinc                               Vitamin P **         Superoxide dismutase                                     Trypyophan
  • Trace                                                                          Transhydrogenase                                            Tyrosine
  • amount of more than 50 other minerals                                                                                             Valine

* Some United States chemical associations only 13 vitamins. However, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (from the International Union of Biochemistry) has identified 19 vitamins and the Japanese Vitamin Acedemic Society has identified 17 vitamins. 

** Vitamins P and Vitamin F are considered citrus bioflavonoids and essential unsaturated fatty acids,respectively. Vitamin B12 is generally believed to come only from animal sources. However, independent analytical laboratories, as well as from the Resources Research Association, Office of Science and Technology, and japan Food Analysis Center, indicate that green barley leaves contain B12.

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