Despite all of the criticism and hindrances, the GMO food market has started picking up in recent years due to the nutritional value it offers. However, the GMO food market is in its nascent stage and has a long way to go to reach every shelf in the market. As the demand for GMO food is on a continuous rise, stacked traits, a mix of more than one transgene, is expected to see the highest growth when compared to Herbicide Tolerance (HT) and Insect Resistance (IR).
The research predicted that production of genetically modified crops will increase from 112 million tons in 2015 to 130 million tons in the year 2021.
The report on the Genetically Modified Food market provides a bird’s eye view of the current proceeding within the Genetically Modified Food market.
Hay fever is extremely common at this time of year and the high pollen count makes this allergy a daily nuisance for many.
From scratchy throats to itchy eyes, hay fever causes a multitude of symptoms which can be tough to get rid of.
Here are 10 natural remedies to relieve and tackle common symptoms of hay fever.
1. Eat a spicy meal
Spicy chilli peppers can help to widen your airways, making it easier to breathe (Photo: Shutterstock)
Hay fever can causes a stuffy, blocked nose and if this is one of your symptoms then a hot curry could be the solution.
Spicy chilli peppers can help to widen your airways, making it easier to breathe, whilst spices such as turmeric are natural anti-inflammatories that can help relieve your symptoms.
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The resilient botanicals found in Nordic countries can teach us a lot about skincare.
From the concept of hygge (well-being achieved through “being cozy”) and a celebration of hyper-seasonal organic ingredients to a cultural and political dedication to sustainability ( just ask Greta Thunberg), there are a lot of lessons to be learned from the nations of far northern Europe.
Now, they’re helping to reinvent your skincare regimens, too. Born of the extreme climates and the unique ecosystems of countries like Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Iceland, a host of resilient natural ingredients is increasingly being used in products to help increase cell turnover, boost hydration, calm rosacea, revive collagen production and more.
Take a deep breath in. It’s a command we all hear at times of stress. Somehow we know that, when harnessed correctly, breathing has amazing curative, calming powers. Yet how we each do it varies greatly, and with wildly differing results.
In the past three months, how we inhale and exhale has been the subject of breathless discussion. If anything, Covid-19’s affect on the respiratory system has highlighted how uncertain many of us are about how we should be breathing, in spite of the fact that each day we breathe 25,000 times, take in 30lbs of air into our lungs and consume about 1.7lbs of oxygen.
Could you be in need of breathing lessons? J K Rowling certainly thought we could all benefit from a few pointers: she shared a video by Dr Sarfaraz Munshi, showing a breathing technique to help recover from coronavirus symptoms….
The FDA, USDA and EPA have launched ‘Feed Your Mind’, a new Agricultural Biotechnology Education and Outreach Initiative that aims to increase consumer awareness and understanding of genetically engineered foods (GMOs).
The GMO science-based consumer education initiative between the FDA, USDA, and EPA was funded by Congress in 2017.
“Feed Your Mind is our new education initiative to help consumers better understand genetically engineered foods, commonly called GMOs or genetically modified organisms,” stated the FDA on the new Feed Your Mind website.
“Despite there being a wide range of foods — GMO and non-GMO — available to consumers, there is some confusion around what GMOs are and how they are used in our food supply.”
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Natural seeds are loaded with favorable nutrients and offer many health benefits. These small seeds are usually enriched with mineral, vitamin, omega-3 fatty acid, fiber, and protein. If you desire more energy, slimmer waist, proper functioning of the body, etc. Then, it is vital that you incorporate versatile seeds to your diet. Here I’m going to discuss the top three seeds that are good for the human body:
Chia seeds are quite popular, and they have come a long way in the kitchen. These tiny seeds come in small packaging that offers 10 gm of fiber in a total of two-tablespoon serving. Chia seeds are a great source of valuable nutrients. They also contain antioxidants, proteins, omega-3 fatty acids, and minerals, such as zinc, iron, magnesium, potassium, and calcium. Chia seeds are No.1 on my list because they offer many health benefits.
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We all suffer headaches from time to time. They’re often brought on by dehydration, stress or diet. But reaching for painkillers is not always necessary – or helpful – warn experts. Try some of these tips and tricks first…
It’s known for its analgesic and sedative properties and a study published in medical journal European Neurology showed it helped relieve migraine pain better than a placebo.
In fact, 71 per cent of patients’ attacks were resolved or partially resolved by inhaling lavender.
Look for the word “essential” on the label and place a few drops on your palms or wrists or inhale from the bottle.
It can also be massaged into the temples or added to bath water, says Claire Kelly, aromatherapist at Indigo Herbs…
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The opening of this decade is witnessing strong demand for botanicals that target better mood and active lifestyle. The most popular botanical ingredients could be called “experiential,” designed to help bring us up, bring us down, calm us, vitalize us, and help us focus so we can work better.
Other botanicals work to “Zen us out” so we can meditate better, relax us so we can sleep better, and stimulate more energy so we can endure the day and exercise better. Overall, these natural ingredients are applied to make us generally feel better so we can live our best lives.
A few brands are leading this movement, and their primary ingredients highlight the top types of botanicals for 2020. One such brand, the Four Sigmatic Co., exemplifies this trend via its line of mushroom coffees…
In a world where nutrition books are best-sellers and a different supplement is promising the shortcut to health on Instagram every week, the word “diet” is as much a part of our lives as the latest Netflix rom-com or seasonal fashion trend. Keto diet, paleo diet, Atkins, Whole30–the list of trendy diets goes on and on. Before you roll your eyes at the title of this article and click away out of irritation for yet another “diet,” know that plant-based eating is not a fad or wellness shortcut that you stick to for a couple of weeks and then give up.
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Leonor Anthony always fell ill during the second week of December. Emerging from the deluge of billionaires, hand-rolled cigars and champagne fountains otherwise known as Art Basel Miami, “I know I’m going to be horizontal for a least a week or two because it’s just too much,” the multidisciplinary artist and activist said.
One year it was sheer exhaustion; in another, a bad cough that got worse. For the past seven years, Ms. Anthony was stuck in the same cycle.
Every year, that is, but this past one. “In 2019, the only difference was a watch,” she said.
On her left wrist, Ms. Anthony, 53, now wears a black Teslar Re-Balance T-2 with a diamond-studded dial. Just before the art fair, Enrico Margaritelli, Teslar’s chief executive, had reached out to her via Instagram and, when they met, he gave her the $995 timepiece.
Read more at New York Times.