Now comes the part where I describe the properties of any nutrients numbering more than 50%. Since this a comparison, I’ll be listing the amount for each.
The following data taken from Web MD: Simply has 40% selenium against Cafe Steamer’s 60%, and no folic acid listed against Café Steamer’s 70%. Simply also lists a B6 measure where Café Steamer does not, and likewise with Café Steamer’s B12. Meanwhile the simply dish has 42% protein, while Café Steamers has only 28%.
“Selenium has also been studied for the treatment of dozens of conditions. They range from asthma to arthritis to dandruff to infertility. However, the results have been inconclusive.
How much selenium should you take?
The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) includes the total amount of selenium you should get from foods and from any supplements you take. Most people can get their RDA of selenium from food.”
“Folic acid is used for preventing and treating low blood levels of folate (folate deficiency), as well as its complications, including “tired blood” (anemia) and the inability of the bowel to absorb nutrients properly. Folic acid is also used for other conditions commonly associated with folate deficiency, including ulcerative colitis, liver disease, alcoholism, and kidney dialysis.
Women who are pregnant or might become pregnant take folic acid to preventmiscarriage and “neural tube defects,” birth defects such as spina bifida that occur when the fetus’s spine and back do not close during development.
Some people use folic acid to prevent colon cancer or cervical cancer. It is also used to prevent heart disease and stroke, as well as to reduce blood levels of a chemical called homocysteine. High homocysteine levels might be a risk for heart disease.”