Enhanced Foods: Are They Superfoods Or Monsters From The Deep?

Enhanced Foods:  Are They Superfoods Or Monsters From The Deep? 

Off the coast of Peru swim billions of sardines and anchovies: oily, smelly little fish, rich in nutritious omega-3 fatty acids. Their spot on the food chain is low; many will be caught, ground up, and fed as fishmeal to bigger animals.

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‘Tired Blood’ Warning: Ignore It at Your Own Risk

‘Tired Blood’ Warning: Ignore It at Your Own Risk

Thanks to advertisements for the once-popular tonic Geritol, most people of a certain age know about “tired blood,” a disorder more accurately called anemia, involving a shortage of healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen to body tissues and cleanse them of carbon dioxide.

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Growing Giant Vegetables in Zero Gravity

Growing Giant Vegetables in Zero Gravity 

Space vegies such as this could solve world hunger, or just create more leftovers

Scientists have said that vegetables grown in zero-gravity conditions in space can grow to huge sizes, which could help solve the world’s food crisis.

According to a report in the Telegraph , it is thought that the near zero gravity conditions in space result in super-sized fruit and vegetables with a higher vitamin content.

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Off The Wall Fruit

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Not enough room in your frig crisper? No space on the counter? Well, one alternative for fruit storage is your kitchen wall! The fruit in the “Still Life,” by Umamy Design Group, is so tempting, it says, “Go ahead! Take me off the wall.”
Fruit should be stored in single layers, so keeping it in crispers or fruit bowls isn’t the best alternative, unless the fruit is turned regularly. I have a nice mesh fruit bowl mounted about an inch off the base, so the fruit can breathe, but I hardly ever remember to turn the fruit, so the fruit on the bottom of the bowl usually rots from the proximity of the fruit above. The same tends to happen in mesh hanging baskets.

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