Environmental Nutrition (EN)
Volume 44 • Number 1 • January 2021
Raw foodism has been circulating for more than a century but has seen surging popularity in recent times. This movement defines “raw food” as food that is not “cooked” to temperatures over 118 degrees F. Instead, the diet allows several “no-cook” alternative preparation methods, including juicing, fermenting, dehydrating, soaking, and …
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- Morning Grain Cups
- Wild-Caught vs. Farm-Raised Fish and Seafood
- Could You Be Deficient in Vitamin B12?
- EN on Foods: Pecan Power
- Research Roundup: January 2021