Tag: science

Plant Virus Makes Bizarre Kingdom Jump to Honeybees

By Heather Callaghan Another explanation for Colony Collapse Disorder and the rapid decline of honeybees follows a surprising discovery involving a virus that typically infects the Plant Kingdom – Tobacco Ringspot Virus (TRSV). U.S. and Chinese researchers report their findings in mBio, the online open-access…

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How Coconut Oil May Rescue The Brain From Alzheimer’s Disease

By Sayer Ji The Internet loves a good “natural cure” recovery story. For instance, when Dr. Mary Newport, MD, dramatically reverses her husband’s symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease after just two weeks of adding coconut oil to his diet, thousands enthusiastically share the story. But despite…

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Scientists Recycle Plastic Bags Into Graphene

University of Adelaide researchers have developed a process for turning waste plastic bags into a high-tech nanomaterial. The innovative nanotechnology uses non-biodegradable plastic grocery bags to make ‘carbon nanotube membranes’ – highly sophisticated and expensive materials with a variety of potential advanced applications including filtration,…

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Why Is The Food Industry Poisoning Us With Trillions of Nanoparticles?

By Sayer Ji The U.S. food industry is notorious for poisoning the very consumers who drive their multi-billion dollar enterprise, even spending millions against their right to informed consent (truthful GMO labeling). So, is it any wonder that this deregulated and increasingly deranged juggernaut is…

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Turmeric Extract 100% Effective At Preventing Type 2 Diabetes, ADA Journal Study Finds

By Sayer Ji A remarkable human clinical study published in the journal Diabetes Care, the journal of the American Diabetes Association, revealed that turmeric extract was 100% successful at preventing prediabetic patients from becoming diabetic over the course of a 9-month intervention.[1] Performed by Thailand…

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Nasty Pesticide In Wheat Degraded by Probiotic Used In Culturing Food

by Sayer Ji A new study published in Letters in Applied Microbiology shows that a commonly used food probiotic known as Lactobacillus plantarum is capable of degrading dangerous pesticide residues in wheat (pirimiphos-methyl), confirming the traditional fermentation-based food-processing technique known as culturing can significantly improve…

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