Nutritional Value in Fruits Decreasing !

The news around is abuzz with how there are chemicals and toxic metals in our food but what no one talks about is that the nutrition level itself in our vegetables, fruits and other crops has been declining steadily. You now have to eat several oranges to get the same amount of vitamin A as what your grandma got by just having one orange!🍊

Numerous studies and research papers have highlighted this issue, indicating that our food supply may not be as nutrient-rich as it once was .

These findings are significant because although getting calories and macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, and fats) is important, it’s also critical to make sure that the body is getting adequate amounts of vitamins and minerals, or micronutrients.

These micronutrients help keep the body running smoothly and protect against various diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Decrease in nutrition means decrease in immunity to fight these diseases off naturally.

Gitanjali Rajamani

Director at The/Nudge, Co-Founder at Farmizen, Founder at GreenMyLife,

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