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Have you ever heard of a Canola seed? You’ve probably heard of Olive and coconut trees, but not Canola right? That’s because it doesn’t exist. Canola oil is not natural oil but the commercial name of a genetically modified version… Continue Reading
Most electrical equipment radiates some amount of electromagnetic energy or radio frequency, including your cell phone and other wireless devices. Wearing a fitness tracking device all day on your wrist makes you more susceptible to the dangerous effects of radiation.
Ginger is a spice that has been used for centuries both for its distinctive flavor and medicinal properties as well. Modern scientific research has revealed that ginger possesses numerous therapeutic properties. Ginger has a long history of use for relieving… Continue Reading
Have you ever read the ingredient list of your shampoo or conditioner? If you haven’t, then let me tell you this: it’s scary. There are over 12 toxic ingredients to avoid in shampoo and conditioner, mainly because they have been… Continue Reading
Owned by Unilever, the Axe brand includes a range of men’s grooming products with many of the ingredients never even tested for safety according to the C.I.R. – Cosmetic Ingredient Review.
Everybody knows about hydrogen peroxide. It’s been a staple in medicine cabinets and first aid kits for generations. Using it to clean and disinfect is a standard part of the drill when dealing with minor cuts and scrapes. As it… Continue Reading
Did you know that antidepressant drugs represent a $10 billion dollar market in the U.S. alone? These drugs are based on the chemical imbalance theory presuming that low serotonin levels can cause anxiety and depressive disorders. However, the chemical imbalance… Continue Reading
Apple Cider vinegar has been used for Medicinal purposes for at least 12,000 years, in Assyria Babylon, used by the Egyptians and it was used by the Greeks 2,400 years ago. Apple cider vinegar is fermented juice from crushed apples.… Continue Reading
Edamame was first documented in 1275, when a Japanese monk, Nichiren wrote a note thanking a parishioner for his gift of “edamame” left at the temple. Edamame are immature soy bean pods that are harvested before the pod hardens.