Forests provide crucial contributions to many people’s diets – especially those who live in isolated rural areas and have low cash incomes. Some of those contributions are rather obvious: they’re frequently a source of wild foods such as fruits, mushrooms, tubers, insects and bushmeat. But there are also numerous ‘indirect pathways’ through which forests can help keep people healthy.
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