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Will High Tech Nutrition Save Us?

21st century food science has given us ripe tomatoes in the middle of winter, milk that’s augmented with vitamins, and fat free brownies that actually taste like brownies. With so many new developments, some people believe it’s only a matter of time before we discover a high-tech supplement that will let us eat whatever we want and never gain a pound. Undeniably, the field of nutritional technology has solved some long-standing problems and made a lot of inconveniences, well, more convenient. In this new IPEtv video, I’ll explore the ways we miss out on some key nutrients that are hard to quantify, but very important for our complete nourishment, when we rely only on science to meet all of our nutritional needs.

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