Phosphoric Acid, Citric Acid, Tryptophan, Amino Acids, Vitamin D and B12, Zinc, and Selenium are vital components to Coke, steak, salmon, and chicken. Coca- Cola contains citric acid and many other ingredients. David Newton’s article, Synthetic Foods, states about Coke “The ingredients of the drink included caffeine, vanilla extract, extract of coca leaves, citric acid, lime juice, sugar, oil of orange, oil of lemon, oil of nutmeg, oil of cinnamon, oil of coriander, oil of neroli, and alcohol.” There are many vitamins in fish, meat, and poultry. Vitamins A,D,E, and K are fat-soluble vitamins, that are found mainly in animal fats and oils (Daintith). Fat- soluble vitamins are not lost when cooked. Vitamin B and C are also found in all 3—steak, salmon, and chicken. Vitamins B and C are water- soluble vitamins (Daintith). Vitamin B12 helps make red blood cells, and is important for the nerve cell function. Vitamin B12 is found naturally in fish, red meat, poultry, milk, cheese, and eggs, it is also added to some breakfast cereals (Nemours). Zinc and Selenium are found in steak. Selenium is also found in fish. Your body needs many nutrients and many of the following nutrients are in steak, salmon, and chicken. “The body needs several minerals, including calcium, phosphate, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, sulfur, and iron. The body also needs trace metals, including zinc, iodine, copper, manganese, fluorine, selenium, and molybdenum, in very low concentrations. Care should be taken if supplements are used, as metals such as selenium, and chromium are toxic in excess” (Sullivan). Tryptophan is an essential amino acid. Tryptophan is commonly found in meats, chicken, and fish (Rosen). Poultry, red meat, and fish all have many vital common dietary components – such as, phosphoric Acid, Citric Acid, Tryptophan, Amino Acids, Vitamin D and B12, Zinc, and Selenium.