This Soup Kills Cancer And Battles Numerous Health Problems

Soy is relatively new to the American market but in Japan is one of the most famous foods. Japanese are believed to live longer thanks to soy consumption which battles diseases, bacteria and inflammation. According to a review article from the National Cancer Institute in the US, and research at the Children’s University Hospital, Heidelberg, … Read more

Purple Means Cancer Prevention When It Comes To Potatoes

Department of Agriculture in USA conducted a study in which it tested baked purple potatoes and its effect on colon cancer. This study showed that the compounds in the baked purple potatoes might destroy the cells of cancer very efficiently. Scientists from Pennsylvania State University got inspiration for this experiment when noticed that many people … Read more

What Is Kefir And How To Make Your Own Kefir At Home!

Kefir is a traditional fermented food made from milk, full of beneficial probiotic bacteria and yeast. It’s similar to yogurt, but usually more tangy, and sometimes slightly effervescent. Unlike yogurt, kefir can actually colonize your gut with the beneficial micro-organisms you need to have a healthy immune system and well-functioning digestive system. While high-quality yogurt … Read more

Milk From Cannabis Seed-Fed Cows Declared Safe

European food safety authorities have come to the conclusion that the milk from cows fed with cannabis seeds is safe to drink. On June 26, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published its opinion regarding the safety of hemp–a variety of cannabis that contains very low levels of the active chemical tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)–as animal feed. They … Read more

Surprising Benefits Of Dragon Fruit You Never Knew

With its distinct skin and sweet flavor, it’s hard to pass up this exotic fruit. Not only its fun to eat, but dragon fruit is also rich in nutrients that may protect you from cancer, making it an anti-cancer food. Its exotic look may scare you away, but its sweet and juicy taste will keep … Read more