Milk: Veal Growth Liquid for the Masses?

From our first moments of existence, through our school years, and into adulthood, people all around the world have been consuming cow’s milk for the majority of their lives. It’s a staple of any kitchen, and is found in countless cultures around the world.
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Zimbabwe: Breadbasket Turned Basketcase

Zimbabwe is a nation of vast natural beauty, blessed with fertile soil and a comfortable climate that produces some of the most valued food in all of Africa, hence the term “Breadbasket of Africa”. Whilst the geographical landscape of the country has remained generally unhindered in bearing some of the most valuable harvests on the African continent, the man-made process of politicisation has reared it’s ugly head for the past 150 years, with the ownership of the best land in Zimbabwe being an issue that has been bubbling under the surface for decades.
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Sugar: The Most Dangerous Drug on Earth?

Every human being have an innate attraction to sweet food. This is what the Chemical Senses institute in Philadelphia has asserted. Even during the prenatal period, as doctors inject a sweet substance inside the uterus to entice the embryo to swallow more liquid. This means that we are attracted to sweet food even before we are born. However, is our innate, natural attraction to sugar merely a strong craving? Or, is it a real addiction that includes physical attachment?
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GMO Unbiased

What is GMO? – An Unbiased Approach

The conversation about genetically modified organisms (GMO) seems to always end up in one of two places: you either end up listening to “Frankenfood” hysteria or to the lip service of biased companies involved in the use of genetic engineering technologies. There is hardly ever any room made for an unbiased view on the subject. Here is an unbiased rundown of what genetic modification is, the technology’s relevance to our society, and what the science says about the risks of using genetic engineering. Read more