We came across this topic some time back and thought it would be good inspiration for a NutriScape.NET article written from the dietitian’s point of view. Here are some quick snippets you can follow.
- Marles, R. J. (2017) “Mineral nutrient composition of vegetables, fruits and grains: The context of reports of apparent historical declines“. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 56 (2017) 93-103
Do you want to learn more about how increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is reducing the amount of nutrients in plants? This article discusses how future projections of carbon levels may particularly impact levels of iron, zinc and protein in our diet. Countries that are most at risk are also discussed.
- Smith, M.R., Myers, S.S. (2018) “Impact of anthropogenic CO2 emissions on global human nutrition“. Nature Clim Change 8, 834–839.
- Högy, P et al. (2009) “Effects of elevated CO2 on grain yield and quality of wheat: results from a 3‐year free‐air CO2 enrichment experiment“. Plant Biology, 11:1 Nov 2009, 60-69.
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