Preserving Nutrition in Natural Way

When plants are attacked by insects and diseases, they produce Phyto chemicals to fight them naturally. When you apply pesticides, plants don’t need to produce these phytochemicals. These phytochemicals add nutrition value and taste(😮) to the crops. Some examples of phytochemicals – Flavonoids, Carotenoids, Glucosinolates, Phenolic Acids, Saponins and Allicin. These have anti inflammatory, anti-cancer, anti-oxidant, cholestrol lowering properties. Incorporating a variety of phytochemical-rich foods into our diets supports overall health and helps protect against chronic diseases.

From an article by :

Gitanjali Rajamani

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

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