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'Chill out about GM food': We've been modifying crops for...
He claims that practically every type for food for sale is genetically modified in some way already and there is little tasty 'wild' food National Academy of Sciences and European Commission say GM food isn't unsafe and some scientists think it is needed to feed a growing population But there are many opponents to the GMOS, who say it could ... (more)
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Foods that help respiratory system
Smoke from fire is dangerous because of the damage the smoke can do to a person’s lungs.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Mixed results for yellow cassava's vitamin A trial
But some experts, including the scientist leading the trial, say there is potential for growing yellow cassava in Africa and parts of Asia to correct vitamin A deficiency - which leads to blindness and death in many thousands of children .
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Discover the wondrous health benefits of royal jelly
Royal jelly is a thick and milky substance made by worker bees as food for the queen bee.
Raw vegetables vs cooked vegetables
Dr. Joel Fuhrman, M.D . is a family physician and internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural health and healing.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Is your child's breakfast cereal doing more harm than good?
Growing up, we were always told that cereal is part of a balanced breakfast. Many of us still hold this belief and have passed it on to our own kids.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Daily Record
Myths we've believed: Why too much sleep can kill and popcorn is actually good for you
SCIENCE is busting many myths we've long believed true making us now think differently about the daily lifestyle choices we make.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
The 5 Best Foods For Beautiful Skin
Clean your face twice a day, use sunscreen, drink water, don't smoke and get enough sleep.
Eat Your Way To Recovery
Boost these nutrients: Iron and zinc to help prevent infections. Vitamin C ; vitamin A ; vitamin E and selenium act as antioxidant protectors from damage caused by training.
Vitamin D deficiency doubles schizophrenia risk
People with Vitamin D deficiency are twice as likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia as compared to those who have sufficient levels of the sunshine vitamin, a new study has warned.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
An anti-inflammatory and antioxidant nutritional supplement for...
Journal of renal nutrition : the official journal of the Council on Renal Nutrition of the National Kidney Foundation , Vol.
The News Tribune
Yardsmart: Picking your purslane and pigweed
They came into the garden with a load of steer manure from a dairy. They popped up that first season after I fortified the soil, thriving in the enriched ground amidst my vegetable crops.
Avocado assists vitamin A absorption: Study
Lipid-rich fresh avocado and beta-carotene rich foods improve bioavailability of the carotenoids from these foods and convert them into an active form of vitamin A, according to a study published in the Journal of Nutrition .
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Improving Diet Quality In Ghana Through Resilient Nutritious Sweet Potato
An estimated 218 million Africans suffer from chronic hunger and malnutrition. Additionally, an estimated 43% of pre-school children in Africa are deficient of vitamin A - a micronutrient needed for healthy growth.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Adding beets to your diet may be the best decision you ever make
Looking for new and healthy ways to make use of creamy ricotta cheese? Fresh ricotta adds a rich and delicious layer in this sublime salad with earthy beets and tart-sweet plums.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
The food pairing that will help you absorb more nutrients
Kristen Fischer is a copywriter, author and journalist based in New Jersey. She is a Certified Professional Resume Writer and host on the monthly podcast, Freelance Radio.
Phoenix New Times
Avocados Can Help You Absorb Nutrients, Study Says
On their own, avocados are jam-packed with vitamins, omega fatty acids, and minerals, so the case for including an avocado in your regular meal routine is a pretty easy one to make.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Stemilt Celebrates Peak Seaon with "All Eyes on Apricots"
Stemilt is making sure all eyes are on apricots in the next two weeks with the launch of a promotion.
Courthouse News Service
Scientist Says a Retraction Would Defame Her
A scientist claims in court that the American Society for Nutrition will defame her if it follows through on it plan to retract an article on vitamin A-enhanced Golden Rice, which was published in its journal.
The Idiot Factor
It's ironic, at the age of 57, in the midst of a long-running weight loss relapse, that I have found my fourth career , doing social media for healthy lifestyle and mind/body experts.