There is a major shift happening in the beauty industry right now— products that once relied on hard-to-pronounce, lab-made ingredients are tossing in their impossible to read labels in favor of scientifically backed beauty superfoods. If you haven’t already heard of superfoods, they are foods so naturally packed in with anti-oxidative properties that they can actually enhance your skin’s cell turnover rate. They even slow signs of aging by fighting the Continue reading 5 Superfoods Guaranteed to Make Your Skin Glow
(HealthDay News) — The cases of two men who got injured while enjoying the great outdoors in Missouri and Texas are giving insight into a freshwater algae that can infect wounds.
Reporting in the March 5 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, the Continue reading Freshwater Algae Can Infect Wounds, Study Shows
Researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine used algae as a mini-factory to produce a malaria parasite protein. The algae-produced protein, paired with an immune-boosting cocktail suitable for use in humans, generated antibodies in Continue reading Medtech meets cleantech: Malaria vaccine candidate produced from algae
[Global] Oh it’s chocolate season alright. At first, you just see just a few of those pretty pink packages popping up in stores … Continue reading Spirulina chocolate hearts, specially made for the Valentines
[Global] What do you think of when you think of algae? If you’re like most of us, you probably don’t think about eating it. But check out
Imagine a coral reef and you probably picture colourful creatures living amongst rocky, plant-like structures in warm, shallow water. Not all corals are found in tropical environments, however.
Cold-water corals inhabit the ocean’s Continue reading Deep-Sea Corals Get Friendly To Build Reefs
[Global] Spirulina is a microscopic algae in the shape of a perfect spiral coil. It contains the most remarkable concentration of Continue reading The health benefits of spirulina for dogs
Essential elements extracted from marine algae have been proven to improve animal production efficiently through better hygiene, health and nutrient utilisation. This subject was addressed at the Breizh Algae Tour 2014 in France. Held by Olmix, Continue reading Marine algae boost efficiency and safety in animal production
Thursday July 31, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) — According to news reports, more than 600 people have been killed by a virus called ebola. The virus is highly lethal and it kills 60 to 90% of infected people. There is no… Continue reading What can people do to minimize the death risk from ebola infection?