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The Value Of Seeds

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault (SGSV) celebrated its third anniversary February 24, 2011 with the arrival of seeds for rare lima beans, blight-resistant cantaloupe, and progenitors of antioxidant-rich red tomatoes from Peru and the Galapagos Islands. The arrival of these collections, including many drought- and flood-resistant varieties, comes at a time when natural and human-made […]

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RBTI And The Real Meaning Of Food Quality

There is no question that Dr. Reams, as always, was not only the first, but, the only person to establish an exact and simple way to determine the nutritional quality of fresh produce. In the last 10+ years, with the introduction of “whole food” type super markets across the US, it has become very popular […]

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Is Tooth Decay A Thing Of The Past?

Researchers claim they have deciphered the structure and functional mechanism of the glucansucrase enzyme responsible for dental plaque sticking to teeth. This knowledge will stimulate the identification of substances that inhibit the enzyme. Just add that substance to toothpaste, or even sweets, and tooth decay will be a thing of the past, right? NOT SO […]

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