The Good Food Chart
Ever read that article about how much we need selenium or folic acid etc in our diets and not really had a clue why or where it was going to come from, unless you tipped it out of a bottle of supplements.
The Good Food Chart was designed as a reference about the food we eat and why. There are 99 different types of food, each easily accessible in either a supermarket or farmers’ market. Each item, be it a blueberry or an oyster, is accompanied by a breakdown of the vitamins and minerals it contains, and the percentage this entails of our daily requirement. It also details 33 different nutrients and exactly why we need those vitamins and minerals and what they do for us. All this has been hand illustrated resulting in a visually appealing source of information.
It started life as a poster for the kitchen wall and is now downloadable as an app.