Cereal giant Kellogg’s is using Monsanto’s genetically engineered sugar beets to sweeten your morning meal, and at this rate about 90% of the food industry will follow suite, unless we as a collective stop buying products which are full of GMOs.
Recent research has shown that simply drinking more water can both help with weight loss and provide a mental boost. The best part? It’s free of artificial colors and flavors; it isn’t genetically modified, and it’s readily available for most people living in developed countries.
Scientists with Iran’s Isfahan University of Medical Sciences have found that taking as little as 1 teaspoon of two very common kitchen ingredients could significantly reduce that post-workout muscle soreness.
During the 1960s, a small-town Texas dentist discovered and created a way to treat his terminal pancreatic cancer. He then proceeded to treat others with all kinds of cancers until the medical establishment struck him down. His name was William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS.
Magnesium is just one mineral offering numerous health benefits. In addition to checking out an earlier post outlining 16 magnesium deficiency symptoms, read this article to see what magnesium can do to improve your health.
New research from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) affirms what many experts have already been saying—that the majority of the BPA found within us is coming from the foods we eat.
The Swiss food company known as Nestlé is now seeking a patent on Nigella sativa, commonly known as fennel flower, black seed or black cumin, which has been used for centuries in impoverished countries throughout Asia and the Middle East as a reliable and inexpensive herbal medicine.
A recent study found that spending time in nature is associated with higher mental well-being among veterans. These benefits seem to be long-lasting for many, suggesting the feel-good vibe of natural sticks with you even after you’ve gone inside.
According to a study published in the journal Annals of Diagnostic Pathology, some fast food hamburgers may contain as little as 2% actual meat.