This is a chemistry reference eBook for level 3-9 teachers. A universal micro-nutrient Excel table demonstrates that nuts and seeds are outstanding sources of vitamins and minerals.
The topic of molecular nutrition is, in my opinion, an important way to introduce chemistry and molecules to elementary-level students. Students should understand why they are encouraged to eat healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. Teachers, students, and parents should view a supermarket as a modern chemistry stockroom. Unfortunately, nutrition labels are not provided for individual fruits and vegetables. Using information contained in Molecular Nutrition ebook version 2.0, students can perform homework in which they create nutrition labels for selected produce items. A field trip, which consists of a parent and a child, to a local supermarket should be encouraged.
The Enrichment Chemistry Series™ version 2.0 consists of fifteen eBooks that present an alternative approach to the teaching of chemistry at any educational level. The focus of this alternative is molecules – “the smallest units of meaning in chemistry” -- which author Philip Ball stated in his book, Stores of the Invisible. This point of view leads to a logical sequence of chemistry topics such as molecular identity molecular location molecular amount molecular rate process molecular scale molecular chemical engineering.