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Doctor Warns: Eat This and You’ll Look 5 Years Older

A new study at the Hawaii Center for Health Research showed people who consumed a lot of this "healthy" food in mid-life not only aged less gracefully, they were more likely to experience brain...

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High Cost of Corn and Saving Prairies

19 Sep 2017 | 6,817 Views

Growing corn is chemical- and water-intensive, and a new study highlighted exactly which industries are contributing to this major environmental burden via the use of corn in their supply chains. Meanwhile, the declining acreage of natural grasslands in the US is an environmental loss similar in severity to the deforestation of rainforests.

Multiday Fasting Gaining Popularity as a Powerful Biohack for Health and Longevity

18 Sep 2017 | 118,403 Views

If your goal is to build muscle and slim down problem areas, you'll want to try this eating method to almost effortlessly turn on your body's flab burning machine and it may even make your life easier.

Eat Your Fiber — Soluble and Insoluble

18 Sep 2017 | 16,608 Views

Soluble fiber is important for your health, as it balances blood sugar levels and lowers your heart disease risk, while insoluble fiber prevents constipation and encourages healthy elimination. It also strengthens your immune system and helps balance your gut microbiome.

All About Growing Asparagus

15 Sep 2017 | 20,165 Views

Not only does asparagus stand tall in the grocery store and tower over other plants in your garden, this tasty vegetable is also noteworthy as a blood-pressure reducer, cancer fighter and mood elevator.

Vegetarians Twice as Likely To Be Depressed

14 Sep 2017 | 37,523 Views

If you're a vegetarian or vegan, you could be at a significantly higher risk of depression than your meat-eating counterparts, recent research shows. The reason why isn't fully understood, but it could be related to nutrient deficiencies that are affecting your mental health and more.

Mind Hack — How Corporations Took Over Our Bodies and Brains

10 Sep 2017 | 83,374 Views

Whether it's reaching for sweets, drugs or alcohol, or engaging in shopping, social media and internet surfing, all activate your dopamine pathway. Over time, dopamine can damage neurons and cause cell death, leading to a full-blown addiction with cravings that can no longer be satisfied by even greater doses of pleasure.

Can You Really Call This ‘Clean Meat?’

05 Sep 2017 | 25,475 Views

Billionaire investors and agricultural giants are teaming up to bring lab-grown 'clean meat' to a supermarket near you. While animal welfare and environmental groups are heralding this as a major step forward, what's being overlooked is the fact that this represents yet another patented and unnatural food product.

Why the Egg Is the Best Part About Chickens

05 Sep 2017 | 27,826 Views

It wasn't long ago that chickens were raised primarily for their eggs, not for their meat. The process that made chicken a staple on US dinner tables involves one part accident and the rest a carefully orchestrated scheme to industrialize, and profit from, chickens as a food source.

‘Crapshoot’ — How Sewage Contaminates Our Food Supply

02 Sep 2017 | 139,005 Views

You can't just take it at face value, but have to ask some additional questions. It may be challenging to get straight answers, due to this rather noxious fact of 21st century life. And sadly, it may put you at risk of all sorts of issues, from migraines to pneumonia and more.

Plastic Fish on Your Plate

29 Aug 2017 | 23,453 Views

A disturbing number of the 15 trillion to 51 trillion plastic pieces floating in the world's oceans are ending up as meals for fish and other marine life. What's worse, the fish aren't ingesting them by accident - they're actively seeking them out as a source of food because they smell so good.


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