How "healthy diets" are limited by the systems that determine what whole foods are available
Contextualizing "whole foods" with the backdrop of agrobiodiversity loss and nutritional declines within our cultivated varieties
In recommending diets for good health, experts often say to “eat more whole foods.”
I'm all for that, but focusing on the individual choice to prioritize whole foods over processed foods alone dismisses the greater context of our agrobiodiversity loss and declining nutrition levels within our “whole foods”—which both impact our health.
While at one point …
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