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SHOCKER: Most products labeled “Non-GMO” can still be grown with sewage sludge, antibiotics, growth hormones, hospital bio-waste, synthetic pesticides and Roundup

Millions of consumers around the world have been hoodwinked by the “Non-GMO” product label, and to this day, have no clue that...

Researchers discover that Kefir (fermented yogurt) can halt cytokine storms observed during SARS-CoV-2 infections

One of the most important areas of scientific research for combating SARS-CoV-2 involves understanding cytokines and mitigating cytokine...

Lycopene is a promising nutrient that can prevent gastric diseases associated with H. pylori

Helicobacter pylori is a spiral-shaped bacterium that grows in your digestive tract. An opportunistic pathogen, it is considered to be the...

Bacteriocin produced by Lactobacillus bacteria can be used as biopreservative

In recent years, awareness about the negative effects of food additives has increased among consumers, especially in the United States. A...

White mulberry can help with weight loss, study finds

White mulberry (Morus alba) is a tree native to China well-known for its use in traditional medicine. According to historical texts,...

Collagen from this African and Western Asian fish harbors potent antioxidant activity

Antioxidants are important for the human body, especially for the immune system. They not only boost immune function, but they also...

Study: Vitamin A intake may help lower skin cancer risk

The vitamin A family consists of a group of fat-soluble nutrients commonly referred to as retinoic acids. These include retinoids such as...

Apples contain about 100 million bacteria, but organic apples are still good for gut health and the environment

A recent study in Frontiers in Microbiology showed that apples can contain as many as 100 million bacterial cells – and that organic...

Reasons to add nutritious red lettuce to your diet (plus a delicious smoothie recipe)

If you’re looking to add a bit more color — and nutrition — into your diet, then give red leaf lettuce a try. Also known...