We know that cells are the smallest basic units that make up the human body. The human body is composed of 60-75 trillion cells. The relationship between the human body and cells is that of the whole and its parts. What steals nutrients from cells? 1. Unreasonable eating habits: big fish and meat, overeating, fast food, late-night snacks, and junk food. 2. Nutrient loss during transportation and cooking: washing, cutting, boiling, stir-frying, frying, and frying. 3. Decline in the nutrition of the food itself: intensive processing, greenhouses, genetic modification, environmental pollution, etc.