How Climate Change & Rising CO2 Impact The Nutrition In Your Food
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The nutrient content of food is declining. Is it because of soil depletion, selective breeding, or… something else? In the video published on Aug. 24, 2018, “Is Our Food Becoming Less Nutritious?“, this question is being addressed, below:
It is surprising to find out about CO2’s impact on greening of the earth and dilution effect. The rising CO2 level in earth’s atmosphere leads to much decline in vitamins, minerals, and protein in our food.
Have you ever thought that the same food we eat today will be less nutritious in the future? The carbon dioxide ĺevel in the atmosphere keeps rising every year and has various effects on climate changes. Irakli Loladze has proven, based on long term studies, that rising CO2 level causes drop in macronutrients in plants and in his talk he explains to us what is the reason for that, in the video published on Nov.7, 2018, “What does rising CO2 do to nutritions in our food? | Irakli Loladze | TEDxBratislava“
Climate change leads to rising CO2 and therefore lowers food nutritious level in vitamins, minerals, proteins, and increase the carbohydrates.
CGTN’s Karina Huber has an in-depth conversation with Samuel S Myers, one of the authors of a study of the effects of carbon dioxide on food, about his study and how the world’s food supply could be impacted by climate change, in the video published on June 14, 2018, “Samuel S. Myers on how CO2 levels impact the nutrients in your food“, below:
Higher CO2 levels impacting the iron, zinc, and protein levels in our food is discussed in video above. We need to decrease the CO2 in our atmosphere, fortify our food, or supplementing our diet.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels and its affect on plant life have been studied from space. NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center reports that land ecosystems are becoming “progressively less efficient at absorbing the increasing levels of CO2 from the atmosphere.” in the video published on Jan. 11, 2021, “How rising CO2 concentrations affect plants? They’re ‘struggling‘”, below:
So, be sure to amend your soil if you are growing your own food and supplement your diet with multiple vitamins and minerals if you are not getting sufficient amount from your diet.
(This is not medical advice. Be sure to check with your physicians or health care providers about your own health.)
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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