Sixpack training for lean and ripped body

Many people are into sixpack training as more and more individuals want to get lean and ripped body. This training involves lots of crunches, a lot of exercises to get ripped, and cardio.

Ripped six pack abs will provide you strong core muscles. It’s an indication of healthy body and will surely make you look good. But, did you know that there are other benefits of considering sixpack training?…

HCG diet

Looking and feeling good about your body is an important factor that enhances your self-esteem. If you feel you are a little overweight and want to shed a few kilos to fit into your favorite pair of jeans, you could try the most happening weight-loss program. Yes, we are talking about the HCG diet. When you follow the HCG diet, you will be on HCG supplements (which are made from synthesized HCG powder) and on a restricted diet of 500 calories per day. What’s more, the strict diet will help you lose around 2 kgs per week, that too without …

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The term “organic” does not exist in nature. It is a legal construct, devised by humans, as in “organic chemistry.”

Organic food and farm activists would want you to believe that their brands are undiluted and exist naturally just like the air and clean water around us. It doesn’t. This exists because there is a law defining the claim to be a mind-numbing legal agenda. Just ask any organic farmer who’s behind his paperwork?…

The babies of goats who receive feed made with GMO soybean experience difficulty in the absorption of essential nutrients and, as a result, diminished ability to grow. The findings are from a new Italian study submitted to Small Ruminant Research.

GMO soy plants are generally modified to be able to resist massive amounts of herbicide, specifically Roundup Ready, a solution produced by the Monsanto biotech firm. According to the World Health Organization, the main ingredient in the herbicide, glyphosate, may in fact be carcinogenic.…

In France, a research facility owned by biotech firm Monsanto has been subject to significant damage by a fire that was believed to be the result of arson. The fire erupted this October, on the same exact day that Vytenis Andriukaitis, the commissioner of food safety, was unable to win the European Parliament’s favor over his proposal to allow nations of the EU to individually ban GMOs.…

Actually, Herbicide-tolerant and Bt-transgenic crops caused a reduction in the use of pesticides. Charles Benbrook at Washington State University’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources says BT crops caused a reduction in the use of insecticide by 10-12 million pounds in a year between 1996 and 2011. Data gotten from USDA is showing a more drastic decrease.…

Myths about pesticides are just testimonies/claims to support false advertisements, marketing strategies or acts of lobbying. Pesticide companies, like Big Tobacco and the oil industry, have produced, through tricks, doubts about the science behind pesticides and have promoted the myths that their products are vital to life and harmless IF used as specified.

The myths were referred to as Tobacco Strategy by book Merchants of Doubt. Pesticide companies organized public relations and legal campaigns to disagree with the evidence, often using untruthful scientists to create controversial premises around the so-called junk science ranging from second-hand smoke resulting into cancer, global …

More produce has been added to the ever-expanding GMO list: potatoes and apples. In this particular case, the GMO version of these common plant products has been modified to reduce browning (oxidation) when slices are exposed to the air. Scientists achieved this by using dsRNA (a version of RNA, sometimes found in viruses, that is double-stranded, similar to DNA), to alter the effects of the gene that is responsible for both the fruit’s and tuber’s browning response. Because the results are merely aesthetic, there was really no good reason to modify this gene, as some amount of browning is perfectly …

The awkward news keeps going viral on daily basis that Monsanto’s Roundup glyphosate-laced herbicide is poisonous. A recent study showed that if Roundup could cause hormonal imbalances in rats, then humans are not safe because it may have similar effects on them.

This study was published recently in the journal ‘Toxicology Reports’. It was discovered that Roundup works as a “hormone hacker” which means, it creates imbalances in the production of steroid hormones in male rats.
Roundup eliminates weeds by acting as an enzyme inhibitor thereby stopping further production of aromatic amino acids needed for plant growth. Roundup-resistant GMO plants …

As little as a decade ago, hummus was something to be looked forward to, a rare treat that you may only encounter at a specialty restaurant. More and more, however, it has become a commonplace healthy snack that you may pick up anytime at your local grocery store. Nutrition-conscious parents in particular have been relying on conveniently-packaged commercial hummus like Sabra to give their kids a healthy lunch.…