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Philip J. White, John E. Bradshaw, M. Finlay, B. Dale, Gavin Ramsay, John P. Hammond, and Martin R. Broadley

MINERAL ELEMENTS REQUIRED BY HUMANS Humans require at least 22 mineral elements for their well-being ( White and Broadley, 2005a ). These can all be supplied by an appropriate diet. However, it is estimated that over 60% of the world's six billion

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Attila Hegedűs, Emőke Balogh, Rita Engel, Béla Zoltan Sipos, János Papp, Anna Blázovics, and Éva Stefanovits-Bányai

the standard USDA levels. The K/Na ratio was the lowest in apple and highest in strawberry, which might be useful to compensate for high Na levels in a typical human diet ( John et al., 2002 ). The Mg content of berries was similar those set in the

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Heather D. Toler, Craig S. Charron, Carl E. Sams, and William R. Randle

Plants in the family Brassicaceae play integral roles in the diets of the world's population. Brassica oleracea , for example, includes the following staple food cultivars: cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, and brussels sprouts

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were inversely correlated to wear tolerance. Percent green turf cover was directly, or positively correlated with wear tolerance. Measurement Scale for Children's Gardening Efficacy Garden programs may be an effective setting to promote nutritious diet

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Jay M. Lillywhite, Jennifer E. Simonsen, and Richard J. Heerema

. 2013. Respondents were potential U.S. pecan consumers aged 18 years or older ( n = 1009). Respondents who consider their diet healthy or very healthy had a higher mean KS than those who consider their diet unhealthy, very unhealthy, or do not know the

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Charles Benbrook

( Brandt et al., 2004 ). Moreover, the impact of nutrient forms on nutrient uptake can vary, sometimes significantly, by age, health status, gender, and human genetics. This is why the science exploring the impacts of diet and food quality on human

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Kim E. Hummer

of diet were in order, or what medication or herbal remedies were needed. This book was scribed by a monk named Cild under the direction of another monk named Cyril Bald, who most probably was a personal friend of King Alfred ( Rohde, 1922 ). The

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John Diaz, Susan Webb, Laura Warner, and Paul Monoghan

challenges. Respondents agreed on more than 75% of the primary or secondary benefits: food production and access (99.7%), nutrition/improved diet (99.5%), social engagement/well-being (99.5%), exercise/physical activity (98.6%), individual personal

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S. Alan Walters, Kurt T. Range, Bradley H. Taylor, and Wanki Moon

; Lamberts, 1992 ; Morr, 1989 ; University of Kentucky, 2006 ) because of several factors, including burgeoning ethnic diversity in the population, increasing popularity of Asian cuisines, more emphasis on healthy foods, desire for more variety in the diet

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Julian M. Alston and Philip G. Pardey

United States related to diet and nutrition and the related social costs, the distortions in incentives inherent in the healthcare system in the presence of insurance, and the potential for specialty crops to contribute to more healthy diets and thereby