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Food Components as Markers Linking Health and Environment: Statistical Invariance Analysis of in natura Diet
American Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering
Diets are key factors that link environmental and human health. Global degradation of ecosystems and health state are firmly related to diet transition and production system. We propose a distinction of in cultura and in natura diet by the culture condition and consequent environmental load it imposes, which leads to the definition of in natura diet as a possible alternative for sustainable diet. By considering food components as markers linking health and environment, we investigatedoi:10.11648/j.bio.20150306.17 fatcat:33xipfvczzcrzcwiuwi37jik3m