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How Nutrient Loss Occurs In Fruits and Vegetables

How Nutrient Loss Occurs In Fruits and Vegetables



Fruits and vegetables are rich in nutrients. They contain vitamins, minerals, and plant chemicals that our bodies need to stay healthy. And a lot of these nutrients are not found in animal food. A good example of an essential nutrient is vitamin C. This vitamin is not sourced from animal food in significant amounts. And our bodies cannot synthesize vitamin C either. So a meat-based diet will not be sufficient. In order to consume an adequate amount of vitamin C, one must get it from fruits or vegetables, or otherwise from supplements.



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