Orange Corn Holds Promise for Reducing Blindness, Child Death
There are far more potent sources of bioavailable carotenoids in many dark green leafy botanicals, including moringa, and Zija.
Corn remains to nutrition, what porn is to fine art.
~ Uncle Russ
ScienceDaily (Mar. 30, 2010) — Decreasing or increasing the function of a newly discovered gene in corn may increase vitamin A content and have significant implications for reducing childhood blindness and mortality rates, according to a Purdue University-led study.