Ocean Robbins
March 26 2021

Some people say you are what you eat. But it would be more accurate to say that you are what you digest. After all, just because certain nutrients are abundant in a food doesn’t mean that they will be absorbed by your body. If nutrients just go in one end and out the other, they don’t provide you with many benefits.
The good news is that there are some specific ways of preparing and combining foods that can enhance nutrient bioavailability. And how food is grown, as well as how long it takes to get to your kitchen counter, also has a huge impact on nutritional quality.
In this article, we’ll look at various methods of food sourcing, preparation, and combining, that can either maximize or impair nutrition.

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