For those of you who think that Blue Zones (demographic regions of the world where people commonly live active lives past the age of 100 years) just have people with better genes, consider that only about 25 percent of genes determine longevity. And while some of us do have longevity
The proposed Monsanto Bayer $66 billion mega merger is just one six away from the devil’s number; fitting, according to environmentalists and analysts who predict a hellish future for the rest of us if the buyout goes through.
The Human Longevity Project is a nine-part documentary film series that will take you on an exciting foray around the globe, on a mission to discover the secrets of the longest-lived and healthiest populations on Earth.
Cheerios! Part of an incomplete breakfast. Packed with contemporary fiction and brain fog inducing grains, all rolled into one.
We’ve talked a lot about the GMO weed killer in the recent years, but nothing could have prepared us for the highlights from the new Glyphosate Study by Food Democracy Now and The Detox Project.
Its now been more than 50 years since environmental activist, biologist, and author Rachel Carson wrote Silent Spring, alerting readers to the onslaught of chemicals destroyi
Methylation is a cellular sensation responsible for major swings in your health. Find out how to keep methylation in balance and learn why your MTHFR gene can be as bad as its acronym.
In the U.S. and many other developed countries salt has been vilified as a primary cause of high blood pressure and heart disease.
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It should be no surprise that common household disinfectants such as bleach do more harm than good. Learn how to avoid harmful chemical use in your home.
Before you plan your next cruise, make sure you read up on the horrific impact the cruise industry has on the environment, as well as your health.
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The 23,000 genes that comprise the human genome pale in comparison with the 3.3 million genes in the microbes that live in our guts.