This piece by Alex Avery concerning vitamin A rice is the first I've read
of his. Someone should warn Avery fils that being "cute" in your writing
style does not attract readers.
I am not disputing the statements you make Bart, just want to understand.
You wrote, "Part of the problem is that people are simply not eating the
vegetable sources of vitamin A. I have encountered this as a common
phenomenon in much of Latin America and the Caribbean."
If people know they are suffering a nutritional deficiency and have the
food (green and yellow vegetables) available, why arn't they eating them?
You mean people would watch their children become blind and die rather than
feed them vegetables that they have readily available?
Vancouver Island, Canada
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