Hey, I went from 50% raw to 100% raw today (except I'm not certain if the oats I have are raw - they're not the instant kind though).
I entered all the info on the foods I'm having today into NutritionData, and was a little scared to see that I'm getting 1555% RDA Vitamin A and 757% RDA Vitamin C, etc.
But, because the nutritional profile said that I wasn't getting all the vitamins and minerals for the day, I got worried and added my liquid multivitamin supplement (Bell's) as well as my liquid calcium citrate with Vitamin D3. Now I'm worried that some vitamin levels will be so high that it will be an overdose!
How do I make sure that I'm getting all my vitamins and minerals every day, without overdosing on some of them? Every time I add another food to get a missing vitamin, it spikes up a different vitamin's level as well. Etc.
I don't understand why, even without the liquid supplements, the vitamin levels are so massive; here's what I'm having today, and it doesn't seem unreasonable:
5 & 1/2 apples
1 cup diced cucumber
1 cup red grapes
1 kiwi fruit
1 head of romaine lettuce
1/2 cup coconut cream
1 cup coconut water
3/4 cup oats