Changing crop magnesium concentrations: impact on human health

@article{Rosanoff2012ChangingCM,
  title={Changing crop magnesium concentrations: impact on human health},
  author={Andrea Rosanoff},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2012},
  volume={368},
  pages={139-153}
}
AimsDecreasing mineral concentrations in high-yield grains of the Green Revolution have coincided in time with rising global cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality rates. Given the Magnesium (Mg) Hypothesis of CVD, it’s important to assess any changes in food crop Mg concentrations over the past 50+ years.MethodsUsing current and historical published sources, Mg concentrations in “old” and “new” wheats, fruits and vegetables were listed/calculated (dry weight basis) and applied to reports of… CONTINUE READING

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