A biodiverse nutrition study, based in the Republic of Panama, has come to be known as Nutritional Diversity food science ( www.nutritionaldiversity.com ). Every day, developing a more complete full and sufficient nutritional information that provides hugely to world health and nutritional security. Testing, a tested, functional performance enhancement formula to athletes and so far for the treatment of most physical problems, obesity, diabetics, high blood pressure, depression, sleep dysfunction, joint repair, malnutrition, arthritis, colitis, erectile dysfunction, and likely a long list of other ailments. Essentially finding that 30-60 specie are a minimum sufficiency requirement in diet, and that even more appropriately would be around 100, a drastic difference than today's culture of thee to ten cooked things on three large plates per day. Modern agriculture produces a malnutrient, largely unknown to the consumer. Also found is human digestive potential much more receptive than today's nutritional guidelines would indicate. Wild acknowledgements such as that several generations have lived and died never feeding themselves a sufficient diet, have been concluded, and a dedicated effort to use species used in previous era's has become a very supportive leg in our overall diet designs. We now work almost exclusively with species and produce not found in the grocery store.
Organization: Nutritional Diversity
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