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Beetroot is a rich source of potent antioxidants and nutrients, including magnesium, sodium, potassium and vitamin C, and betaine, which is important for cardiovascular health.
The nitrogen-fixing roots of certain trees provide valuable nutrients to resource poor tillable land.
A healthy diet should provide enough nutrients without the need for supplements, health experts advise.
Papaya is a tropical fruit that thrives in abundance in the Philippines, it is available all year round.
In the tropics like the Philippines, Kangkong or water spinach is widely in abundance where bodies of fresh water like swamps, ponds, rivers, streams, waterways or any low lying areas with water are of common sight.
Rice is not a staple food in the US and the Harvard study is one of the first to distinguish between white rice and brown rice consumption in the country.
There is a symbiotic relationship between fungus mycorrhiza with plants and trees. Inoculating the soil in the root zone of tree seedlings with mycorrhiza, it makes the tree seedlings grow faster, increase the seedlings height and make its stem diameter bigger.
Vanadium is a trace element abundant in soils throughout the world. It has been found a useless element especially to productive plants like corn, soybean, tomatoes and ornamental plants like impatiens and petunias.
It has been an accepted practice that fertilizer application whether organic or chemical can increase crop yields.
There’s a lot of amazing information about breast milk that mothers don’t know. Breast milk has been considered as a living biological fluid that contains nutrients proportionate to your baby’s needs. What is best about it, is that it changes with the baby’s dietary requirement as he grows.