Hidden Hunger – Part 3

The World Food Program states, ‘Hidden hunger affects more than two billion people. Even when a person consumes adequate calories and protein, if they lack one single micronutrient – or a combination of vitamins and minerals – their immune system is compromised, and infections take hold.’ Surely, if it is…

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Hidden Hunger – Part 2

For tens of thousands of years, human beings knew how to feed themselves: Preservation of topsoil Crop rotation Natural fertilisers Locally grown, seasonal fruit and vegetables Fresh, free range meat, eggs and milk Freshly cooked, nutritious meals. It was no different in Africa, where people had less money than they…

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