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Les arbres forestiers et les autres plantes des forêts contiennent une grande variété de composés bioactifs utilisables comme médicaments anticancéreux, comme composés antiathérogéniques et comme antioxidants. Les espèces forestières contiennent des alcaloïdes comme la réserpine, la quinine, la quinidine, l’ipéca, l’éphédrine et la caféine, de même que des composés antibactériens et antifertilité.
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Score: 430263.87 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...from-forests/in-more-depth/fr/
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TWP 3.0 (2026-2030), Upcycling: Ultimately, TWP’s capacity to recover valuable resources including water and energy as well as high-value commodities such as keratin, antioxidants, and amino acids from the waste and wastewater stream will be expanded.
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Score: 456086.23 - https://sdgs.un.org/partnerships/bkt-tomorrow-water-project
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Poor quality Not fresh Poor storage and transportation facilities Short shelf-life High prices expected High fluctuation of prices Inconsistent supply Variable and inadequate packaging Food safety requirement not adhered to No use of GAP practises Product specifications not followed Market quality Intrinsic attributes Appearance Big is not always better Taste and texture critical Nutritional and health benefits –vitamins, antioxidants Storage and shelf life Quality, volume and price differentiation Tropical fruit have it all After Kader 2005 Market quality Extrinsic attributes Environmental impact; carbon footprint Fertiliser and pesticide use Packaging – biodegradable Organic products –IFP systems Storage, transport and distribution efficiency Promotion Consumers must know about the product Promotion, promotion, promotion!
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Score: 918123.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ruits/Documents/24_Supply1.pdf
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She highlighted the importance of dry fruits and nuts for sustainable and healthy diets (richness in potassium, antioxidant capacities, prevention of cardio-vascular diseases) and the resilience of dry and dried produce to disruptions in supply chains, emphasizing the importance of the work of the Specialized Section 3.
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Score: 406277.05 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...CE_CTCS_WP.7_GE.2_2022_2_E.pdf
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Subhash Mehta Devarao Shivaram Trust India 04.01.2016 A peer-reviewed study published last year in the British Journal of Nutrition, a leading international journal of nutritional science, showed that organic crops and crop-based foods are between 18 to 69 percent higher in a number of key antioxidants such as polyphenolics than conventionally-grown crops. Numerous studies have linked antioxidants to a reduced risk of chronic diseases, including cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases and certain cancers. The research team concluded that a switch to eating organic fruit, vegetable and cereals – and food made from them – would provide additional antioxidants equivalent to eating between one and two extra portions of fruit and vegetables a day, full report at: http://www.globalresearch.ca/poisoned-food-poisoned-agriculture-getting-... dmill/5485076 I have provided the required evidence to support Jomo's presentation, contributed earlier.
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Score: 663959.86 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/i...ex.php/consultation/liberation
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There are claims in the literature that these herbs have nutritional, therapeutic and prophylactic properties due to their high level of antioxidants, that are natural, highly bio-available and inexpensive compared to conventionally synthetic antioxidants. (...) Carotenoids (lutein and Zeaxanthin) have been included recently into the antioxidants family. Evidence in several species suggests direct effects of lutein on the immune response. Local herb natural and potent antioxidants (lutein and organic Se) would allow for the inclusion of omega-3 fatty acids into eggs and poultry meat since these natural antioxidants will protect omega -3 fatty acids from oxidation.
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Score: 1135933 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/i...hp/consultation/eggs-nutrition
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Little did we know that we were contributing to our own nutrition security which enabled us to get all the micronutrients, calories, and antioxidants, all necessary for good health, cognitive and physical development..
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Score: 996595.5 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/es/comment/4956
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A new skin-bleaching treatment that is catching on is the intravenous application of glutathione—a natural antioxidant produced by the liver. Intravenous glutathione treatments can lighten skin, and the product can now also be obtained in the form of antioxidant supplement tablets, writes Aneri Pattani, in an article on the topic for the New York Times . 40% of African women bleach their skin Lately, skin care companies in Ghana and other African countries are increasingly using glutathione, trying to appeal to pregnant women aiming to lighten the skins of their babies in utero.
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Score: 1009874.4 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ying-high-price-skin-bleaching
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