A space diet rich in vegetables and fish can boost an astronaut’s health

A fortified space diet filled with fruits, vegetables and fish could help boost astronaut health and performance, a new study finds.

Spaceflight poses many risks to astronauts, including high radiation exposure and long-term effects. microgravity. Eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly can help scientists overcome these health problems, but space missions are very limited and “food has the highest requirements for space flight,” lead author of the study, Grace Douglas, a food scientist at NASA’s Johnson Center. Houston, said Space.com.

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