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Global malnutrition: why cereal grains could provide an answer

By Nigel Poole, Professor, International Development, SOAS, University of London
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Low-carb diets have become increasingly popular in the UK, US, and Europe in recent years, with no shortage of information being spread online about the harms of carbohydrates for your health. Indeed, some carbs do worsen some digestive disorders in some people, and eating too many definitely can contribute to poorer health and obesity – including diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease.


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