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You might say that farming is in my DNA. As a third-generation Indian farmer, I am proud of the agricultural heritage my family has established. I was born in a village around Nashik - Patne - where I spent most of my early years watching my father work with principles, dedication and passion for dirt. What started on 2 acres of ancestral land has today expanded to more than 200 acres of organic farms. I learned the meaning of responsibility at a young age. Irrigation, pruning, harvesting were daily activities that took place on a farm for producing healthy, quality and delicious...

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Often labeled as a superfood, tio.farm’s Kale is one of the healthiest and most nutrient-dense foods you can eat. This leafy green comes in a variety of colors, shapes, and textures. It’s often eaten raw in salads and smoothies but can also be enjoyed steamed, sautéed, boiled, or baked. Along with broccoli and Brussels sprouts, kale is a cruciferous vegetable that offers an array of potential health benefits. However, raw kale also contains a compound called goitrin, which can affect thyroid function. This article examines whether raw kale is safe to eat. HIGHLY NUTRITIOUSKale is a supplement of thick nourishment,...

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Need to sharpen your peepers long past old age? Now add a piece of green to your dinner plate. Eating green leafy vegetables will dramatically reduce the risk of developing macular degeneration correlated with early-stage aging, studies at the Westmead Center for Medical Science in Australia have reported. The study showed that people who eat between 100 and 142 milligrams of vegetable nitrates — mainly present in green leafy vegetables and beetroot — per day lowered their risk of contracting the disease by 35 percent relative to those who intake less than 69 milligrams of these nitrates daily. According to...

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