Chew on this – The nutritional value of food has dropped as much as 50 percent from what it was a generation ago.
Taking a bite into the ‘why?’
What’s in food is a reflection of what’s in soil, says soil scientist Paul Hepperly, PhD. former Research Director with the Rodale Institute. “If food nutrients are going down, nutrients in the soil are going down.”
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