by on October 9, 2019
Organic Authority Studio Collagen supplements have flooded shelves of grocery and health-food stores—and if you’ve been confused by which to try and trust, you’re not alone. Even if you have Superman vision that can see through clever marketing and convincing promises, the sheer amount of collagen products out there can muddy your normally astute and discriminating decision-making. We did the due diligence to provide you peace of mind and separate the truly good from the copycats. What...
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by on October 3, 2019
The ketogenic diet, also known as the keto diet, is a nutritional plan that requires a person to consume increased amounts of fat while restricting carbohydrate intake. People looking to get into this diet would have to give up many things that they enjoy – including breads, bagels, and various snacks to keep their carbohydrate intake to a minimum. While new “keto-friendly” ingredients and snacks have been introduced into the market, experts claim that these “cheat” foods are not as healthy as p...
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by on August 22, 2019
BIOFACH 2020: New special show on “Water” Premiere for special exhibition “All about water – is the basis of all life endangered?” #biofach #bio #organic #messe #nurnberg #de #germany #2020 #water A topic of the utmost current concern will be the subject of special attention at BIOFACH, the World’s Leading Trade Fair for Organic Food, at its next event on 12-15 February 2020, which will include the special exhibition “All about water – is the basis of all life endangered?”. Water is an essential...
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by on July 4, 2019
The FDA’s oversight powers on cosmetics are so weak, even the industry is complaining. The beauty industry has come a long way since the days of arsenic scrubs and lead-based face creams. But maybe it hasn’t come far enough. Earlier this year, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration confirmedthat asbestos — a known carcinogen that’s unsafe at any level — had been found in eye shadow, foundation, and other make-up products marketed to pre-teen girls. Even worse, because the FDA had no power to f...
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by on June 22, 2019
24. jún je sviatkom Jána Krstiteľa a jeho sila je spojená so začiatkom astronomického leta, s letným slnovratom, ktorý pripadá na 21. jún. Dodnes sa moc tejto noci oslavuje svätojánskymi ohňami, rôznymi magickými praktikami a zvykmi. V období letného slnovratu má slnko najväčšiu silu a dni sú najdlhšie z celého roku. Je to najsilnejší a najkrajší sviatok energetického rytmu Matky Zeme. V dobách, kedy ľudia ešte žili v tesnom spojení s prírodou, žili podľa jej rytmov a zákonitostí, ctili si príro...
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by on June 6, 2019
Every day we are ingesting tiny, often microscopic pieces of plastic -- "microplastics" -- with our food, beverages and with the very air we breathe. Americans eat, drink and breathe between 74,000 and 121,000 microplastic particles each year depending on their age and sex, new research suggests. Those who exclusively drink bottled water rather than tap water can add up to 90,000 plastic particles to their estimated annual total, according to the studypublished Wednesday in the journ...
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by on June 5, 2019
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently banned 12 products containing neonicotinoid, a pesticide that functions similarly to nicotine. Neonicotinoids have been linked to impaired memory, movement, and death in bees, which are critical to the world's crop production. Seven of the recently banned pesticides are used to protect crops like soybeans, cotton, and corn from diseases and pests. The EPA ban represents a win for environmentalists, but it leaves 47 neonicotinoid-base...
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by on June 3, 2019
Hundreds of sites in rivers around the world from the Thames to the Tigris are awash with dangerously high levels of antibiotics, the largest global study on the subject has found. Antibiotic pollution is one of the key routes by which bacteria are able develop resistance to the life-saving medicines, rendering them ineffective for human use. “A lot of the resistance genes we see in human pathogens originated from environmental bacteria,” said Prof William Gaze, a microbial ecologist at the U...
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by on May 28, 2019
This farmer is growing hemp to save his soil from toxic chemical waste. Europe’s largest steel mill in the city of Taranto, Italy, used to produce over 10 million tons of steel every year, 40% of all the steel made in Italy. It currently employs about 12,000 people. The local economy of Taranto, population 200,000, is almost entirely reliant on the steel mill, which is one of the biggest and most deadly polluters of anywhere in the Mediterranean. The plant is a notorious source of dioxi...
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by on May 13, 2019
There are thousands of peer-reviewed studies that have come out, and continue to come out, raising some alarming facts about our favourite gadgets such as cell phones, tablets, our use of Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi radiation) and more. But the main focus lately seems to be on WiFi and cell phones, as a number of countries around the world have set severe limits with regards to the use of WiFi and cell phones around children in schools. Take France for example, they passed a law in 2015 banning WiFi from al...
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by on May 11, 2019
How to deal with toxic people.    https://youtu.be/vAcWIRuoZRc    
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by on May 10, 2019
Common Parasite Linked to Personality Changes Eating a raw steak or owning a cat can make you more outgoing By Tori Rodriguez on September 1, 2012 Credit: KLAUS BOLLER Photo Researchers, Inc.   ADVERTISEMENT Feeling sociable or reckless? You might have toxoplasmosis, an infection caused by the microscopic parasite Toxoplasma gondii, which the CDC estimates has infected about 22.5 percent of Americans older than 12 years old. Researchers tested participants for T. gondi...
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