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Elevating Antioxidant Levels in Food Through Organic Farming and Food Processing
Charles M. Benbrook (au)
Projects the potential contributions of organic farming methods & food processing techniques on an important dimension of food quality -- the polyphenol & antioxidant content of food. This review assesses research comparing antioxidant levels in conventional & organic foods, as well as studies analyzing the impacts of specific production practices that are typically used by organic farmers, but are less often found on conventionally managed farms. Contents: Terminology, Methods & Sources of Data; Factors Affecting Secondary Plant Metabolite Levels in Food; Options & Opportunities to Increase Antioxidant Intakes in the Typical American Diet; Organic Center Antioxidant Research; & Policy Recommendations. Illustrations.
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Women of Strength: Biographies of 106 Who Have Excelled in Traditionally Male Fields, A.D. 61 to the Present
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