Supermarket Lighting Enhances Nutrient Level of Fresh Spinach
If Popeye ate a can of spinach in 1958, to save Olive Oyl, how many cans of spinach would Popeye have to consume today (52 years later) to get the same assayable nutrient values as 1958?
The answer is almost 40 cans!
That is how DUMB DOWNED the food and beverage chain are.
We are over fed, under nourished, over stimulated, and over drugged.
~ Uncle Russ
ScienceDaily (Mar. 19, 2010) — Far from being a food spoiler, the fluorescent lighting in supermarkets actually can boost the nutritional value of fresh spinach, scientists are reporting. The finding could lead to improved ways of preserving and enhancing the nutritional value of spinach and perhaps other veggies, they suggest in a study in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
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