Immunizing the Human Body: The Role of Non-Descript and Traditional Edible Green Leaves

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A.B. Sharangi (Author) – Professor, Department of Plantation, Spices, Medicinal & Aromatic Crops, Faculty of Horticulture, BCKV-Agricultural University, India
S. K. Acharya (Author) – Professor, Department of Agricultural Extension, BCKV-Agricultural University, Nadia, WB, India
S. Das (Author) – Subject Matter Specialist (Horticulture), Malda Krishi Vigyan Kendra, under Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya (Agricultural University), WB, India

Series: Health Care in Transition
BISAC: MED004000

The entire human civilization is now facing the disastrous impact of the pandemic. It seems to pose an apocalyptic consequence unless there is a vaccine in existence. Out of so many options, one option is creating immunity in the absence of a real vaccine. So immunizing human health and life can be and would be the most important option in combating COVID-19. Now the question is how to build up this herd immunity. The present book takes into account accumulated facts, information and technology to describe green vegetables as a fresh source and booster of human immunity free from application of pernicious chemicals in the form of pesticides, fertilizers etc. The food should be strong enough to contribute to one’s immunity. The authors hope that this book will create a long-lasting impact, away from the classical way of building immunity.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Non-descript land: scope of edible green leaf production for immunity
(S K Acharya, PhD and A B Sharangi, PhD)

Chapter 2. Food crisis of the planet: A non descript pathway to fight hunger and malnutrition
(Anannya Chakraborty,PhD and S K Acharya, PhD)

Chapter 3. Biodiversity and Indigenous Knowledge of non-descript edible green leaves in attaining clean and healthy food
(Riti chatterjee)

Chapter 4- Immunity and Nutrition
(Rama Das,PhD and S K Acharya, PhD).

Chapter 5. Non descript edible green leaves: Production Technology
(S Das, PhD and A B Sharangi, PhD)

Chapter 6. Epilogue
(A B Sharangi, PhD and S K Acharya, PhD)

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