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Anti-nutrients: what do we have to know before getting scared

Anti-nutrients: what do we have to know before getting scared



Its common knowledge that consuming a balanced diet with the presence of fruits, legumes, seeds, vegetables, and variable protein sources is always welcome to people who are trying to eat better and healthier. Besides, healthy dietary patterns also encourage the consumption of nutrient-dense foods – foods that provide vitamins, minerals, and other substances that may have positive health effects – rather than processed ones which may contain high quantities of added sugars and salt that are associated with negative health outcomes [1, 2].



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