Are anti-nutrients harmful?

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Are anti-nutrients harmful?

Post by jimmylegs » Mon Nov 30, 2020 2:11 am

Are anti-nutrients harmful?
https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritions ... nutrients/

The takeaway: The pros and cons of anti-nutrients on long-term human health is an area of active research. Though certain foods may contain residual amounts of anti-nutrients after processing and cooking, the health benefits of eating these foods outweigh any potential negative nutritional effects. Eating a variety of nutritious foods daily and avoiding eating large amounts of a single food at one meal can help to offset minor losses in nutrient absorption caused by anti-nutrients. ... continue reading
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