[Global] Adding some blue to your food in the past has relied on synthetic dyes, which isn’t to everybody’s tastes and have been Continue reading Researchers make blue pigment discovery, and celebrate with green beer
[Global] Loaded with nutrients, Spirulina is one of the most sought after superfoods today. It is now available in the form of tablets, Continue reading 7 remarkable benefits of Spirulina, the nutritious blue green algae
[UK] Scientists are searching for promising new drugs in the most unusual of places, from the depths of the ocean floor to the contents of an infant’s nappy. Continue reading Seaweed may reduce tissue damage in organ transplants
Research recently published in Nutrients by the National Center for Biotechnology Information has demonstrated Arthrospira platensis (Spirulina) to benefit HIV-infected adult women.
According to the study “The Effect of Arthrospira platensis Capsules on… Continue reading Spirulina shown to provide benefits to HIV patients
Some see antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that can be smeared on the skin. Others see lumps of seaweed.
Two entrepreneurs from the Outer Hebrides are harvesting the slimy bounty of the sea to turn into cosmetic formulations for the beauty industry… Continue reading Some See Treasure, Others See Lumps of Seaweed
Phycocyanin and astaxanthin, have been found to be powerful anti-inflammatories. Countless studies have demonstrated their ability to act as natural and effective means of reducing inflammation, which is widely known to be a root catalyst of many degenerative diseases… Continue reading Phycocyanin and Astaxanthin Found to be Powerful Anti-Inflammatories
Beauty brand Polaar, which uses polar arctic ingredients within its formulas, has introduced a new anti-ageing treatment, La Véritable Crème de Laponie (The Genuine Lapland Cream).
The formula features polar berries, arctic rhodiola and an anti-oxidant algae. Each ingredient thrives in Lapland’s harsh… Continue reading Polaar harnesses Lapland heritage for new skincare treatment
WOODBINE — Pond scum could be in the future for eighth-grader Dylan Cruz.
Cruz was one of 17 Woodbine Elementary School students who toured the Garden State bioEnterprises laboratory this week on Heine Avenue. He learned how a… Continue reading Woodbine students learn about algae growth at laboratory