Fruits and vegetables sold in supermarkets today contain far fewer nutrients than they did 50 years ago
Vital vitamins and minerals have dramatically declined in some of our most popular foods, including potatoes, tomatoes, bananas and apples . Take the potato, by far the most consumed food in the world The average spud has lost 100 per cent of its vitamin A, which is important for good eyesight; 57 per cent of its vitamin C and iron, a key component of healthy blood; and 28 per cent of its calcium, essential for building healthy bones and teeth.
It also lost 50 per cent of its riboflavin and 18 per cent of its thiaminem. The story is similar for 25 fruits and vegetables that were analyzed.Modern farming methods, long-haul transportation and crop-breeding practices are all believed to be contributing to the drop in vitamins and minerals.Fact, you would have to eat eight oranges today to get the same amount of vitamin A your grandparents got from a single orange.
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bon appétit -tasman1