Quote from one of several informative interviews on sustainable agriculture in "Nutrition Rules!" by Graeme Sait
Date: 12/15/2009 2:44:30 AM ( 12 y ) ... viewed 1458 times
Bruce Tainio: ".... There are restrictions in organics that are unnecessary. There is far more emphasis on chemical-free than nutrition-rich, which is absurd because the two are inter-linked. The consumer gets flawed, nutritionally unbalanced organic food and it’s not good for anyone. The ultimate goal is human nutrition. I’ve been an advocate, for
many years, of the idea that we don’t need a national health care program - we need a back-to-basics agricultural program to get every one eating decent, nutritionally balanced food. Then the health care program will take care of itself. ...There should be a third group out there called ‘nutritionally balanced food’."
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