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Not all food is created equal. The world's food crops are naturally diverse in their potential to enhance human health. In a world struggling with many chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and cancer, the Crops for Health« Program works to uncover the disease prevention benefits of our staple foods. A second goal is to close the gap between those who produce the food and those who focus on health promotion and disease prevention. Through your generous contributions, the Crops for Health« Program can continue finding ways to use common foods to fight chronic diseases both in adults and in children. As our partner, you will play a critical part in our efforts. We thank you for considering a gift to support Crops for Health«.

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"Is agriculture an instrument of public health? I think so," explains Dr. Henry Thompson, a founding member of the Crops for Health « Program.




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