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How to Cook Your Foods to Get the Most Nutrients Out of Them

If urban farms exclude lower income groups, they’ll do little to help shift towards sustainable food system. Eating nutritious foods can improve your health and energy levels. Surprisingly, the way you cook your food has a major effect on the amount of nutrients in it. This article will explore how the different cooking methods affect the nutrient content of foods. Nutrient Content is Often Altered During Cooking Cooking food improves digestion and increases absorption of many nutrients (1, 2).
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