Subway’s “tuna” sandwiches may not contain any actual tuna, according to recent lab tests

The New York Times conducted a lab analysis on fast-food chain Subway’s “tuna” sandwiches and wraps, which suggests that none of them contain even a trace of actual tuna. Almost unbelievably, what Subway is passing off as “tuna” could actually be “a mixture of various concoctions,” according to The Washington Post. The chain is now being sued for … Continue reading Subway’s “tuna” sandwiches may not contain any actual tuna, according to recent lab tests

Flaxseed proteins are great sources of antioxidant peptides, reports study

Linum usitatissimum, commonly known as flaxseed or linseed, is a flowering plant that originated in the Middle East. One of the oldest crops known to man, it has been cultivated since the beginning of civilization. Today, flaxseed is considered a superfood and is known for its abundance of macro- and micronutrients, such as fiber, protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty … Continue reading Flaxseed proteins are great sources of antioxidant peptides, reports study

Fat-soluble vitamins: What are the best dietary sources of vitamins A, D, E and K?

Vitamins are nutrients found in food that help the body function effectively. Two types of vitamins exist: Water-soluble vitamins, such as vitamins B and C, dissolve in water, while fat-soluble ones dissolve in fat. Fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamins A, D, E and K, are best absorbed by the body when eaten with foods containing high … Continue reading Fat-soluble vitamins: What are the best dietary sources of vitamins A, D, E and K?

Do You Know These Sources of Vitamin B-12?

Source: Do You Know These Sources of Vitamin B-12? by Dr. Edward Group You might not know it, but you owe your life to bacteria. That’s because they are the only creatures on the planet that create vitamin B-12, a vitamin you cannot live without. If you become deficient in B-12, your mental health suffers, your metabolism … Continue reading Do You Know These Sources of Vitamin B-12?

Biotin: Benefits, Function, Best Sources, and More

Source: Biotin: Benefits, Function, Best Sources, and More by Dr. Edward Group Biotin is a B-complex vitamin required by every cell in the body. B vitamins are a class of chemically distinct vitamins that help your body process food into energy. Also known as vitamin H, coenzyme R, and vitamin B7, biotin helps the body metabolize … Continue reading Biotin: Benefits, Function, Best Sources, and More

Fukushima: Radiation now reported in West Coast Tuna

The environmental disaster that was caused by the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant accident continues to persist, even today. While the mainstream media continues to push the belief that everything is just fine and dandy — this simply isn’t the whole truth. Migratory fish, specifically bluefin tuna and albacore tuna, have tested positive for two radioactive isotopes that … Continue reading Fukushima: Radiation now reported in West Coast Tuna

In order to fight “climate change,” fanatics now want people to wipe their rear ends with “reusable” toilet paper

Are you prepared to start washing your toilet paper after using it so you can continually reuse it in order to “save the planet?” This is what the climate change cult is now pushing on the world as the solution to “global warming.” The so-called “Family Cloth Reusable Toilet UnPaper Roll” is exactly what it sounds like: … Continue reading In order to fight “climate change,” fanatics now want people to wipe their rear ends with “reusable” toilet paper

Don’t be fooled: GMO foods will now be labeled “bioengineered” under new rule taking effect

Genetically modified foods — once known as “genetically modified organisms,” or GMOs — are now going to be called something else, so you need to be on the lookout for the new term as global government types try to hide them. GMO foods will now be labeled “bioengineered” under — ironically — “new food disclosure rules” … Continue reading Don’t be fooled: GMO foods will now be labeled “bioengineered” under new rule taking effect