Citric acid, oxalic acid, and phytic acid

Phytic Acid Exposure Alters AflatoxinB1-induced Reproductive and Oxidative Toxicity in Albino Rats (Rattus norvegicus)

The increased use of feed in Egypt's aquaculture and animal industries raises concerns about the possible presence of mycotoxins in feedstuffs. The use of alternative medicine, such as botanicals...

From Antinutrient to Phytonutrient: Phytic Acid Gains Respect

Phytate or phytic acid, also known as inositol hexaphosphate or IP6 (the name used by one supplement manufacturer), has long been considered a nutrition "bad guy" because it latches on to mineral...

On Our Way to Greener Pastures: Grains, Seeds, Nuts and Fats

The article offers information on the nutritional facts that must be considered to acquire healthier ways of eating. It notes that the fermentation of phytic acid in grains, seeds, and nuts allow...

Honeybees and the Symbiotic Significance of Formic and Oxalic Acid

The article discusses the significance of formic and oxalic acid to the spiritual development of humankind and the survival of life. It considers the mysterious exchange between plants and pollin...

Sorrel

The article presents information about sorrel, a herb also known as sour grass. A member of the rhubarb family, sorrel is common in France and is only just catching on in American kitchens. Sorre...

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