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Climate change further threatens food security through its impact on global food production and consequently on food prices. With growing populations and higher demand for food, the impact of climate change could result in an increase of 20% of people at risk of chronic hunger.

About paleo diet from an expert Christina Warinner: paleo people did not eat much meat, they did eat seeds, grains and legumes, of cause fresh fruit. Their diets were regionally and seasonably variable.

Blue iridescent berry, no blue pigment

Blue African fruit of a plant plant Pollia condensata contains no blue pigment. The blue and its iridescent shine are caused by a Bragg reflection - intense peaks of light generated at certain wavelengths and angles - created by spirally stacked cellulose fibers that form multiple layers in the fruit's skin.

Estimates of Amino Acid Requirements for adultsmg / kg per day

  • Phenylalanine + tyrosine: 14
  • Leucine: 14
  • Methionine + cystine13
  • Histidine: 8–12
  • Lysine: 12
  • Isoleucine: 10
  • Valine: 10
  • Threonine: 7
  • Tryptophan: 3.5

Fruitarian foods high in amino acid phenylalanine, per 100 g (~1/5 lb): 

  • Spirulina, dried - 2777 mg 
  • Soybeans - 2122 mg 
  • Pumpkin or squash seeds - 1642 mg 
  • Peanuts - 1427 mg 
  • Kidney beans - 1370 mg 
  • Lentils, sprouted - 442 mg 
  • Avocados - 260 mg
  • Raisins - 140 mg 
  • Grapefruit - 53mg 

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