Producing nutrient-rich foods can help address global problems like vitamin and mineral deficiencies

(Natural News) People around the world are not getting adequate amounts of vitamins and minerals from their diets. Illinois-based researchers warned that this nutritional discrepancy would persevere into the 2050s – unless micronutrient-rich foods are made cheaper and easier to access. Their study evaluated the changes in diets from 2018 to 2050. The results predicted that existing shortages in certain nutrients – calcium and vitamins D,…

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