Create Your Perfect Home Vegetable Garden

Create Your Perfect Home Vegetable Garden

Create Your Perfect Home Vegetable Garden The 2015 National Gardening Survey show us that vegetable gardening and flower gardening top the list of most popular forms of gardening, with 36% of US households growing their own Organic food Growing your own vegetables is one of the best ways to ensure ready access to fresh, nutrient-dense […]

Cuba Points to Urban Farming to Boost Organic Food Production

Cuba Points to Urban Farming to Boost Organic Food Production

Cuba Points to Urban Farming to Boost Organic Food Production Not far from Havana’s iconic Revolution Square, a Green plot of land offers a welcome break from the skyline and “hubbub” of Cuba’s capital. More importantly, it guarantees the people an assortment of fresh Organic fruits and vegetables year-round. This urban farm, like numerous others […]

Harvard’s School of Public Health Urges Eating Organic

Harvard’s School of Public Health Urges Eating Organic

Harvard’s School of Public Health Urges Eating Organic Besides air, water and shelter, the other basic human essential is food. For centuries, the biggest human challenges were getting enough of it and obtaining the nutrients necessary from it to maintain good health. Now, the world is faced with a food conundrum that was likely (hopefully) unforeseen […]

Mediterranean Diet is Heart Healthy

Mediterranean Diet is Heart Healthy

Mediterranean Diet is Heart Healthy New research suggests that eating a Mediterranean diet may prolong the lives of heart patients. “Adherence to the Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of overall mortality, not only in the general population — which is already known, but in patients who already suffered a heart attack,” said study researcher Dr. […]

Eat Raspberries, They are a Superfood

Eat Raspberries, They are a Superfood

Eat Raspberries, They are a Superfood Studies recently released at the 2016 Experimental Biology conference in San Diego points to raspberries as a Superfood. In general, the studies found that Red raspberries have multiple health benefits ranging from fighting inflammation and boosting cardiovascular and liver function to keeping glucose levels in check. Below are the […]

The Federal Government Subsidizes and Promotes Obesity

The Federal Government Subsidizes and Promotes Obesity

The Federal Government Subsidizes and Promotes Obesity $MON, $CAG, $KO, $PEP, $MCD Junk food is directly tied to the nation’s growing obesity crisis, it is heavily subsidized by the federal government, which makes sure it is cheap and plentiful, according to a new study. Junk foods (processed), including high-carb breads, cookies, donuts, sugary drinks, pizza, […]

Gardner’s, Farmers, Governments Innovating to Protect Wild Pollinators

Gardner’s, Farmers, Governments Innovating to Protect Wild Pollinators

Gardner’s, Farmers, Governments Innovating to Protect Wild Pollinators The US Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) published data about 80% of all flowering plant species reproduce with the help of pollinator animals: Bees, Butterflies, Bats and Birds. This accounts for at least 33% of the world’s food crops, including tomatoes, pepper, strawberries, coffee, apples, carrots, almonds, […]

Avoid Pesticide Saturated Fruits and Vegetables

Avoid Pesticide Saturated Fruits and Vegetables

Avoid Pesticide Saturated Fruits and Vegetables $MON Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s (NYSE:MON) Roundup herbicide, is the most used agriculture chemical of all time. It is not known exactly how much glyphosate may be in your food because the USDA does not test for it. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced in […]

Synthetic Fructose Found in Processed Foods May Cause Brain Damage

Synthetic Fructose Found in Processed Foods May Cause Brain Damage

Synthetic Fructose Found in Processed Foods May Cause Brain Damage New American research finds that fructose consumption could alter and potentially damage hundreds of genes in the brain. These genetic modifications could be linked to medical conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. A team of scientists from the […]

Start a Garden Reduce Stress

Start a Garden Reduce Stress

Start a Garden Reduce Stress The Big Q: Why Is Gardening Good for Us? Most people start gardening because they have a desire to grow their own food and/or beautify or otherwise alter their landscape, and then continue gardening because the benefits are just too good ignore. Among those many benefits are, as follows: 1. […]

Avoid The Risk Of Foodborne Diseases, aka Food Poisioning

Avoid The Risk Of Foodborne Diseases, aka Food Poisioning

Avoid The Risk Of Foodborne Diseases, aka Food Poisioning Every year about 130-K Americans gets sick, are hospitalized and 3,000 die of foodborne diseases, commonly known as food poisoning, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The risk of picking up foodborne bugs at home can be reduced by following 10 […]