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10 Toxic and Fake Food Items You Had No Idea Were Being Imported From China


Many parts of China are actually known for their fine cuisine, but its food industry has taken a lot of heat lately for its troubling lack of standards (and for good reason). More


Cattle Urine Kills Pests

Cow Urine Kills Farm Pests in India's First Fully Organic State

By: Bibhudatta Pradhan @

Soils are nourished with composted cow manure and other organic matter, while pests are managed with the cow-urine spray brewed for three months More

Quantum Plants

All plants on Earth may owe their existence to a spooky trick of quantum physics


Aspartame Has A New Name – And You’re Most Likely Buying It!


In a move to cover up it’s bad reputation, aspartame may be disguised as a new name in your favorite foods – aminosweet. More



Scientists discovered that when the mice were exposed to two hours of silence per day they developed new cells in the hippocampus. The hippocampus is a region of the brain associated with memory, emotion and learning. More

Ice Cube Trick


The Ice Cube Trick That Will Save Your Houseplants

By Maria Carter Jun 13, 2016

Plants and Soil in Hand

Plants have an immune system, too.


"It turns out that healthy plants love company. Soils swarming with microbes protect against disease because there’s just no room for pathogens to get a foothold. It’s called competitive inhibition." More
 Areo Farms


World’s Largest Vertical Farm Uses 95% Less Water and No Pesticides

by Terry Turner - 

AeroFarm is using “aeroponic” farming to grow massive amounts of food, but instead of taking of acres of land and tons of water, it is all done in a confined space. More

 Oatmeal bowl  

Oatmeal a Day Could be the Secret to a Longer and Healthier Life

Sarah Knapton, The Telegraph |  | Last Updated: Jun 14 11:37 PM ET

Harvard University has found that whole grains also appear to prevent early death and lower the chance of dying from cancer. More

 Mixed Nuts


Study Linking Tree Nut Consumption To Prostate Cancer Mortality

orginally published June 15th, 2016 via

"While nut consumption was not associated with a reduced risk of prostate cancer, men who had prostate cancer and consumed tree nuts (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts) five or more times per week after diagnosis, had a significant 34 percent lower risk of overall mortality."   More