In 1968, New Scientist recognized an uncommon resolution to the world’s supposed protein scarcity
IN THE 1960s, dietary scientists had been on a mission. Folks’s diets, particularly in creating nations, had been dangerously low in protein, they stated. Methods to deal with the problem had been anxiously being sought.
New Scientist took the issue significantly, and with a global convention to debate it in The Hague, within the Netherlands, we devoted 5 pages of the 21 November 1968 journal to the topic. We targeted on an as-yet-untapped supply of protein: “bushes and bushes”.
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