Did you know? 3,300 BC: Evidence from Otzi the Iceman shows that Chaga was used by people towards the end of the Stone Age. 3,000 BC: Legends tell of an amazing birch fungus found in Western Siberia that has been used for health concerns. Chaga is used by the Khanty and other Siberian peoples. 2696 … Continue reading Chaga – The imuune Booster
A spice is a seed, bud, fruit, root, bark, or other substance primarily used for seasoning or coloring food. Available either fresh or dried, the flavor of a spice is derived in part from volatile oils that oxidize or evaporate when exposed to air. Grinding a spice greatly increases the rates of oxidation and evaporation … Continue reading Spice Up Your Health
Plants bred to produce higher yields tend to devote less energy to other factors, like sinking deep roots and generating health-promoting compounds known as phytochemicals. Farming practices have worked hand-in-hand with plant breeding in setting the stage for nutrient decline. Modern conventional agriculture production practices, such as close plant spacing, heavy use of chemical fertilizers, … Continue reading Nutrients Inflation Syndrome in Industrial Agriculture
Walking down the vitamin aisle this weekend made me fell a bit panicked, as there are countless options, and reading through the labels started this reaction in my mind. So I started asking myself : should I buy some? Am I doing something wrong by not consuming any vitamins supplements? We all know that vitamins, minerals, … Continue reading Do we really need to take vitamins?