J. Mar. Sci. Eng., Volume 8, Issue 8 (August 2020) – 80 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Early ancestors of present-day humans inevitably, perhaps even serendipitously, consumed a diet rich in brain essential nutrients and vital cellular building blocks. Archeological evidence shows that up until the advent of agriculture, Homo sapiens, for approximately 2 million years, lived relatively healthy lives, consuming diverse diets rich in fibre, nutrients, and a plethora of bioactive compounds. After 10,000 years of agricultural food production, however, world populations are experiencing increasingly higher rates of non-communicable diseases such as neurological disorders, and cardiovascular pathologies. Positive benefits afforded by seaweeds and their various phytonutrients in diverse agricultural applications provide convincing evidence here that dietary improvements can be readily achieved. View this paper.
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