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I think the premise is a bit backwards here. The most direct and shortest answer is: No, it does not depend on so much artificial fertilizer. "A uses B" is not the same as "A depends on B". The plants are not going to die if they have no synthetic fertilizer applied. 1) Non-synthetic fertilizers could be used. There is nothing to cite here, as that would be ...


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Summary In short: minimal protein intake requirements are unknown on this level of precision. But if high-protein is equated with animal-protein, then no, although of excellent quality and high bio-availibity animal-protein is not really needed but also not undesirable in the right amounts. Animal-derived protein containing dietary patterns are easier to ...


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There is a discussion of this on Reddit: I'm not sure that 5% should be recommended as a minimum, since studies show that people experience muscle mass loss at this level of intake. 10% is more reliable, 15% is even better. This report recommends 10-15%: http://www.who.int/mediacentre/releases/2003/pr20/en/ Protein recommended daily intake is ...


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Your friend is partly correct, but is possibly confused about some things. The various sugar molecules (glucose, fructose, etc), like most carbon chain molecules have a property known as chirality, and can form enantiomers - essentially mirror images. These are known as D- and L-enantiomers. Now, sugars produced biologically are D-enantiomers, and almost ...


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