001 Essential Nutritions



DPRC - Diseases Prevention, Relief and Cure
HMAA - Health Maintenance and Anti Aging


By: Kenn Chin Cheng Lin, Health Physicist & Nutrition Scientist
Founder of:
NMRCC, Nutrition Medicine Research Centre of Canada
AMRCC, Aroma Medicine Research Centre of Canada
NPRCC, Nutrition Physics Research Centre of Canada
HPRCC, Health Physics Research Centre of Canada
For - AMMT101/102 Courses


NMRCC defines “Essential” as a special term in nutrition science. The special term “essential nutrition”means that one can not produce it in human body and these nutritions are required for human growth and maintaining health. Without essential nutrition, human can not grow healthily.
Chin Cheng Lin theorizes human needed nutrition into 10 groups - 10GEN, or, 10 Groups of Essential Nutrition:

  1. Carbohydrates: Best sources are from plant such as whole grains and fruits.
  2. Lipids: Lipids in human body are also called fats. There are 3 popular forms of fats in human body – fatty acids, lipoprotein and glycerides.  The fat acids that are helpful to human health are unsaturated fatty acids (UFA) such as gamma linolenic acids (GLA), alpha linolenic acids (ALA or LNA), linoleic acids (LA) and oleic acids (OA). The only 2 essential fatty acids are alpha linolenic acids and linoleic acids. However, gamma linolenic acids (GLA) are most helpful to women health because it is an important source of prostaglandin 1 (PGE1), known as the precursor of estrogens and progestorones.
  3. Proteins, peptides and amino acids
  4. Dietary Fibres
  5. Vitamins: These include water soluble and oil soluble vitamins. One must know that oil soluble but be inside unsaturated fat for improving health. Also, these oil base nutrition needs to be able to dissolve in water before participating in human metabolism. One of the common procedures to dissolve oil in water is called emulsification. In NPRCC, the common elusifiers for dissolving oils are fruits, whole grain fibres, carbohdrates such as steam rice and proteins from thick soups. After emulsification, you body can efficiently use these oil soluble nutrition.
  6. Dietary Minerals
  7. Food Enzymes
  8. Essential Oils
  9. Phyto Anti-Oxidants, or sometimes also called Phytochemicals: These elements are normally large chemical compounds. For example, Salicin is C13H18O7 which is about 285 times of Hydrogen weight (or to be more precise, 286.28 g mol−1). Lycopene is C40H56  , which is 536.87 g mol−1.
  10. water

USFDA, WHO and Canadian CFIA follows 6 groups of nutrition which really can not provide enough information to help human in combating many chronic diseases because these 6 groups simply can not completely describe essential nutrition . Lin believes 10GEN is the most helpful tool to human health.
* Lin defines 10 groups of essential nutrition 1999-2012. In 1999, Mr. Kenn Lin defined 8 groups of nutrition. On Oct 16, 2009, Mr. Lin added 9th group. It is a revolutionary definition that is believed to be the most completed definition of human essential nutrition. 10th nutrition is added in 2012.

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