Simple Herb Found To Destroy Cancer Cells After A Few Days | Your News Wire

By Sean Adl-Tabatabai | October 15 2015 scientists have discovered that the root of the dandelion plant works “better” than traditional chemotherapy in killing cancer cells. The herb also acts as a diuretic, stimulating the secretion of bile, effectively cleanses the liver, alleviates allergy symptoms, and reduces cholesterol. It contains many important vitamins and minerals like vitamin B6, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium, folic acid and magnesium. It contains up …

4 ways to create a healthful summer diet – The Washington Post

… vegetables: Be organic-savvy. When you buy organic, you reduce your exposure to pesticides and you support a way of farming that’s good for the planet. And a new analysis by Consumer Reports’ scientists has good news for people who find that organic produce is unavailable or too expensive: It identified 23 conventional fruits and vegetables considered low risks for pesticide residue. Many summer favorites (blueberries, cherries, raspberries and watermelon, for instance) are on the list. But …

MSU organic farming study finds diverse benefits using sheep : Ag Weekly

… used domestic sheep to graze farmland for cover crop termination and weed control. Placing sheep at the heart of the project helped MSU scientists find out that an integrated cropping system that uses domestic sheep for targeted grazing is an economically feasible way of reducing tillage for certified organic farms. To continue reading this article, please click on this link: Source: MSU organic farming study finds diverse benefits using sheep : Ag Weekly …

Choose smart & organic – Focus Health – Susie Ponici

By Susie Ponici, R.H.N. | April 9, 2015 Did you know many studies have shown that organically grown vegetables and fruit have been found to have higher concentrations of vitamins and minerals than those that are cultivated inorganically? According to a 2008 report by the Organic Center, a team of scientists concluded that organically grown plant-based foods have an average of 25 percent more nutrients than conventionally grown plants. Chemical fertilizers such as pesticides, herbicides and …

Which fruits, vegetables are most likely to be exposed to pesticides? – WTOP

By Sarah Beth Hensley | March 30, 2015 WASHINGTON — It’s a question many people ask themselves while shopping for produce at grocery stores: should I buy organic? Experts at Consumer Reports say that buying organic is the best choice because it is better for your health, the environment and those who grow the food. Also, there is a diminished risk for pesticides exposure. Earlier this month, Consumer Reports scientists and a Washington State University researcher analyzed data from the …

GMO Critics Vindicated: Biotech Corporations Were Pushing Fraud All Along | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization

… are inferior, and that GMOs address the problems of drought and pestilence that lead to reduced yields, and in some cases food shortages. But the science behind these claims is lacking, and many scientists and researchers at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) who were tasked with reviewing GMO safety and effectiveness prior to their commercial approval vocalized this. As explained in Druker’s book, the concerns of these FDA scientists were largely ignored, and GMOs were rammed …

Slippery slope? Heated debate in Uganda over super crops | Zee News

… scientists expanded the range of tests to include rice, maize, cassava and sweet potatoes. But for Semakula, it is all about the banana, while his faith in the government is total. “Vaccines and drugs come into the country. I don`t need to know where they came from, how they process them. Government approves and I benefit. My confidence is in the government,” he said.Others however are sceptical. “It`s a neo-colonial conspiracy to make the developing world more dependent on …

Oxygen absorbing material may allow us to breathe underwater

By Colin Jeffrey, posted October 4, 2014 Using specially synthesized crystalline materials, scientists from the University of Southern Denmark have created a substance that is able to absorb and store oxygen in such high concentrations that just one bucketful is enough to remove all of the oxygen in a room. The substance is also able to release the stored oxygen in a controlled manner when it is needed, so just a few grains could replace the need for divers to carry bulky scuba tanks. The key …

Greek Yogurt’s Popularity is Harmful to the Environment « CBS DC

… acid whey into something usable for other food products. One of those components is lactose, which food companies will pay good money for in food-grade form. scientists say the technology isn’t there yet, but is “quite far along.” Follow WNEW on Twitter via Greek Yogurt’s Popularity is Harmful to the Environment « CBS DC. …

‘Man-made’ climate change a major woman’s problem – Business Insider

… fore in global negotiations on climate change, which scientists warn will be responsible for increasingly violent and frequent natural catastrophes around the world. “It boils down to the fact that women and men have different types of vulnerabilities already in the world,” said Tara Shine, special advisor to the Mary Robinson Foundation-Climate Justice think tank, headed by the former Irish president-turned UN special envoy for climate change. “And then climate change comes …