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Month: April 2020

Genetically Modified Food Market Next Big Thing
Genetically Modified Foods

Genetically Modified Food Market Next Big Thing

The Genetically Modified Food Market has witnessed continuous growth in the last few years and is projected to grow even further during the forecast period of 2020-2026. The exploration provides a 360° view and insights, highlighting major outcomes of the industry. These insights help the business decision-makers to formulate better business plans and make informed decisions to improved profitability. In addition, the study helps venture or private players in understanding the companies in more detail to make better informed decisions. Some of the major and emerging players in the Global Genetically Modified Food market are Syngenta, Monsanto, KWS SAAT, Bayer Crop Science, BASF, DowDuPont & Limagrain. Read more by clicking here...
Properties of Lemon and Natural Remedies
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Properties of Lemon and Natural Remedies

Lemons belong to the group known as citrus fruits and are widely valued for their health benefits. You don’t believe it? In this article we’ll explain the health properties of lemon and natural remedies. The properties of lemon Known for its flavor and use in gastronomy around the world, the lemon comes from (logically) the lemon tree, a perennial and aromatic tree from the genus Citrus. Originally from Asia, it’s now grown in tropical and subtropical areas. Lemons contain a large concentration of vitamin C and citric acid, which directly influence the properties of lemons. They also provide good amounts of potassium, calcium, phosphorous, and magnesium. Click here to read more...
Madagascar president claims herbal tea remedy for coronavirus
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Madagascar president claims herbal tea remedy for coronavirus

The president of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina has officially launched a local herbal remedy claimed to prevent and cure the novel coronavirus. “Tests have been carried out — two people have now been cured by this treatment,” Rajoelina told ministers, diplomats and journalists at the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research (IMRA), which developed the beverage. Downing a dose, he said: “I will be the first to drink this today, in front of you, to show you that this product cures and does not kill.” The drink, which has been called Covid-Organics, is derived from artemisia — a plant with proven efficacy in malaria treatment — and other indigenous herbs, according to the IMRA. Read more here...
Genetically Modified Foods: Friend or Foe?
Genetically Modified Foods

Genetically Modified Foods: Friend or Foe?

The EU has not approved any genetically modified (GM) fruit or vegetables as safe for human consumption and in the UK they are mainly used to feed animals. In contrast, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are present in up to 70% of foods on the U.S. supermarket shelves. So is the EU being pedantic in choosing an organic approach? GMOs are organisms that have their DNA altered to include genetic material from another organism. This is done by isolating the gene that codes for the desired protein (such as one that codes for pesticide resistance) then inserting it into the crop or livestock’s germline. New gene-editing technology such as CRISPR has the potential to make genetic alterations even easier. Read more at Cherwell.
Studies Show Cilantro Calms Anxiety and Improves Sleep as a Natural Sedative
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Studies Show Cilantro Calms Anxiety and Improves Sleep as a Natural Sedative

Research studies show that the herb cilantro, when taken in higher doses, can reduce anxiety and provide relaxation as well as the drug valium. Cilantro is an herb with small green, fan-shaped leaves and long, tender stalks. It also goes by the name of coriander, although coriander is actually a spice derived from the dried seeds of cilantro. Cilantro is rich with vitamins and minerals and has many proven health and therapeutic benefits, as well as a variety of cooking and seasoning uses. Read more here...
Wellness Experts Share The Self-Care Tactics They’re Relying On During COVID-19
Wellness

Wellness Experts Share The Self-Care Tactics They’re Relying On During COVID-19

As a dietitian and health coach, navigating my own self-care—and how to talk about it—during the COVID-19 pandemic has been a balancing act. I’ve written before about finding that right place for yourself of sharing without oversharing personal details in your work life, and this experience has been a refresher in the importance of that pre-post gut check. I’ve been sharing a lot of what’s working for me while sheltering in place: meditation, at-home workouts, balanced meals, letting my cats be my alarm clock...I’m also acknowledging that I have my struggles and am taking a lot of my own stress management advice. I reached out to some friends and colleagues in the wellness world about the self-care tactics they are relying on and recommending to their patients and clients during this ti...
An Immediate Relief: 6 Natural Remedies for Skin Irritation
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An Immediate Relief: 6 Natural Remedies for Skin Irritation

Many people suffer from skin irritations that cause various symptoms. The number-one aspect to remember is not to scratch the affected area, as the condition can get worse and cause an infection. Some people decide to call their doctor while others attempt a few home remedies before having to visit their doctor. Below is a list of six natural remedies you can do at home to help relieve the skin irritation you are experiencing. CBD Topical Creams There are many natural products available at stores or online that you can purchase. For instance, CBD has been a hot topic for many people regarding its properties, and it is widely used and accepted by a wide variety of people. CBD topical products found here to help skin irritations come in the form of lotions, creams, and salves. These ar...