Roughly half of all of our seafood is from farmed sources. That isn’t inherently a bad thing. Farmed fish seems like a logically, responsible consumer choice. The problem is that modern agriculture’s ability to slowly strip away as many nutrients… [read]
Vegetables are an important part of our diet, but are they really that important?
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The evidence for why we should eat more vegetables keeps on growing. A lower incidence of… [read]
In the United States, there are 6.3 million households with very low food security and over half a million people without shelter.
And yet, one out of every four calories intended for human consumption is never actually eaten. More than… [read]
Colorectal cancer rates are more than doubling in a particularly disturbing way. A new study from the American Cancer Society (ACS) analyzing cancer occurrences discovered that diagnoses of colorectal cancer have increased every generation since 1950. Scientists are unsure of… [read]
What do these three scenarios have in common?Road rage when someone cuts you off
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Reacting to criticism about your most deeply held beliefsSurely road rage can’t have anything to do with being… [read]
Sulforaphane is a miraculous compound that enhances brain function, promotes healthy fat distribution, and greatly reduces the risk of cancer, brain diseases, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. It is like a health insurance policy for your cells. And guess what? It’s… [read]