Regenerative Agriculture Boosts Nutrient Density ● No-till regenerative vegetables had more phytonutrients. ● Regenerative agriculture practices — The soil was so much better and healthier on the regenerative farms, resulting in regenerative agriculture boosting nutrient density in food.

namely minimal or no tilling, cover crops and crop rotation — increased nutrient density in soil and boosted soil health. Based on the metrics used to compare farms, regenerative soil was seven times healthier and had higher levels of several minerals and vitamins, including B vitamins, calcium, vitamin K, copper, phosphorus, vitamin E and more. No-till wheat crops contained more micronutrients than conventionally tilled wheat. Regenerative farm meat, specifically pork and beef, had way more omega-3s and better omega-6 to omega-3 ratio.


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