• Egg yolks vary wildly in color ― from soft yellow to dark orange, even red ― and our color preference often varies depending on where we’re from. But what does the color tell us about the quality and nutrition of our eggs?

  • For centuries, incense has been as part of Roman Catholic traditions as well as religious celebrations of the Eastern Orthodox Church. As a matter of fact, it’s use for religious purposes was first recorded on papyrus—a thick paper-like material used for writing in ancient times—by the ancient Egyptians in 1500 BCE.

  • The health benefits of black garlic have been known for centuries. It was part of the daily diet of the ancient Egyptians and ancient Chinese, famously given to Roman soldiers to increase their strength and stamina, and its medicinal uses were codified in ancient Egyptian and Indian medical texts.

  • Listeria in processed meat products from South Africa, E. Coli in romaine lettuce in the US, Salmonella in eggs across Europe and Campylobacter in chicken liver pâté in Australia.

  • Whether it’s smelly feet or stinky armpits, body odor can be really embarrassing, especially when you’re attending an important meeting or special social gathering. More importantly, how you smell can actually reveal a lot about your health.

  • DO YOU dunk a rusk in a cup of tea and call it breakfast, or grab a sneaky chocolate during your afternoon slump, or perhaps you add a teaspoon of sugar to your coffee?

  • Coherence-Based Self-Regulation

    There is no getting away from the stresses of modern life: the fast pace, the connectivity that brings us closer together yet simultaneously farther apart, the ease of access to health foods and bad news at the same time, the environmental toxins and air pollution, the growing financial demands, and the current unhealthy standards of nutrition and fad diets.

  • It's not often you hear people refer to "livestock farming" and "climate change" in a positive context. And even less so among tech entrepreneurs, as increasing numbers look to create meat-free, alternative food products with the hope of reducing the impact of the meat industry on the environment.

  • Net een dagga sigaret kan genoeg wees om verskeie erg negatiewe uitwerkings op die roker te hê. Behalwe dat hy hartkloppings en ‘n verlies aan spierkoördinasie kan ondervind, kan sy oë bloedbelope en sy gevoel van tyd en ruimte versteur word. 

  • A new in-depth research report by the Global Commission on Drug Policy suggests that global drug control policies and scheduling by the UN is completely broken – and some drastic changes need to be made to bring it in line with modern science.

  • Although boomers are far older than their millennial counterparts (18- to 34-year-olds), the size of the two generations’ populations are almost equal, at about 75 million each.

  • The evidence supporting the beneficial health effects of the Mediterranean diet seems to just keep growing. Every day it seems like there is at least one new article or study that covers this diet and its apparent health benefits. Perhaps, not surprisingly, two more studies were recently published that shed some light on a few more of the lesser known benefits of this diet. These two studies have been added to a long history of promising evidence in support of this diet, which will be discussed later. In fact, the U.S. News and World Report recently awarded this diet as the Best Diet of 2018.

  • But what are PFAS? How do they work? Where were they found? Should we be concerned? Let’s take a look.

  • Scientists have said that our moods are closely associated with the foods we eat. However, identifying mood boosting foods is not quite as simple as providing a specific list of foods for any given mood, however, there are certain nutrients that have been shown to have positive psychological effects.

  • The Gut and Stress
    Stress is another important factor to consider when we talk about the integrity of the microbiome, managing appetite and the health of the gut. Once again, it has a lot to do with the gut-brain connection. As you know, cortisol, the immune system, and inflammation are linked.

  • Now that we have a clearer connection between inflammation, stress, and weight gain, the final piece of the puzzle is how these factors tie into what we mentioned as a main obstacle in managing appetite and maintaining weight loss: the reward cascade, particularly the reward deficiency cascade syndrome.

  • If you can't lose your belly fat, you're using the wrong approach. You don't need endless sit-ups, supplements, starving yourself or worse surgery. Here are the 10 best ways to lose your belly fat - quickly and naturally.

  • The ketogenic diet first gained fame through its effectiveness for weight loss.

  • The UN Climate Summit 2019 and UN High-Level Meeting on Universal Health Coverage, which will take place on 23 September, are a critical opportunity to better connect science, policy and action for people and planet.

  • Over the last few years, the claim that “red before bed” may be the shortcut to weight loss that so many of us had been hoping for. The buzz originated from the stories of a few women who said drinking one to two glasses of wine just before hitting the hay helped them shed a few pounds with no effort. 




Farming Diary


05.12.2020 - 05.15.2020


06.17.2020 - 06.19.2020


06.17.2020 - 06.19.2020

Marketing Video