10 Best Anti-Aging Foods to Eat Every Day

The greatest desire of every woman is to stay young and beautiful as long as possible. We usually try various methods in order to prevent the aging process in our body. Though, our efforts are not always successful. It is necessary to remember that certain things can help you to add years to your life. Firstly, you should lead a healthy lifestyle. For this you need to do regular physical exercises and include wholesome foods into your diet. If you want to stay young and avoid numerous age-related Read more [...]

10 Healthy Foods You Should Eat to Be Smarter

Our health, beauty and even our mood are highly dependent on what we consume daily, that’s why it’s important to pay more attention to the foods we include into our daily diet and make the right choice. Do you know that some foods can make you smarter? By eating them you will boost your brain’s activity and you’ll be able to stay alert during your working day. If you feel that your thinking ability is reduced after your everyday meals, you should certainly consider your eating plan. Everybody Read more [...]

10 Foods to Eat to Trim Down Your Body Naturally

Nowadays most of us have busy schedules and we don’t pay enough attention to our health. As we know, nutrition is the most significant part of our physical and emotional well-being, and it’s important to eat well even if you are on a diet. The main thing is to trim down your body the natural and healthy way and do it step-by-step that is quite difficult at times. Just look for all the best foods that make your body work like as a clock. Don’t be too strict and avoid suffering from poor nutrition Read more [...]

Invasive Atlantic Salmon Escape West Coast Fish Farm, Available For Capture

Photo: Eric Kilby on Flickr. Thousands of invasive Atlantic salmon are on the loose in the Pacific Ocean, and the results could be catastrophic. However, you can help alleviate the invasive Atlantic salmon escape and feed yourself at the same time. According to the Seattle Times, up to 305,000 Atlantic salmon broke loose from a local Washington farm last weekend. The salmon are currently heading to the Pacific Ocean, and many are likely already out there flourishing. The salmon made Read more [...]

Fermented Cod Liver Oil vs. Fish Oil

Fermented Cod Liver Oil is one of the very few things that I take daily and give to my kids (starting at a few months old). I get quite a few emails asking why I take this particular one and if regular fish oil would work just as well. I’m not a doctor and I’m not trying to play one on the internet, so I’m just sharing the reasons that my family takes Fermented Cod Liver Oil. Why Fermented Cod Liver Oil? Fermented cod liver oil is made when cod livers are fermented. This allows the Read more [...]

The Problems with Fish Farming

We have all heard the recommendation to eat more fish and seafood. Why? Because fish, especially oily fish like salmon, are a rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA which may help protect the body against heart disease, high blood pressure, inflammation, brain health, diabetes, digestive disorders and even autoimmune disease. My family loves seafood, but there are some considerations regarding fish farming I try and take into account before purchasing and preparing it. In 2009 Read more [...]

When fish swim in the holodeck

Virtual reality arena for flies. Credit: Copyright: https://strawlab.org/freemovr Standard behavior experiments to investigate behavior in popular lab animals only incompletely mimic natural conditions. The understanding of behavior and brain function is thus limited. Virtual Reality helps in generating a more natural experimental environment but requires immobilization of the animal, disrupting sensorimotor experience and causing altered neuronal and behavioral responses. Researchers have now Read more [...]

Oil impairs ability of coral reef fish to find homes and evade predators

This is a damselfish of the Chromis species. Credit: Jacob Johansen/Univ. of Texas at Austin Just as one too many cocktails can lead a person to make bad choices, a few drops of oil can cause coral reef fish to make poor decisions, according to a paper published in Nature Ecology & Evolution. A team of fisheries biologists led by Jacob Johansen and Andrew Esbaugh of The University of Texas Marine Science Institute have discovered that oil impacts the higher-order thinking of coral reef fish Read more [...]

Solving how fish swim so well may help design underwater robots

Propeller-free robots may soon be swimming with style. A new model of how fish and other aquatic species are able to propel themselves forward without expending much energy may help create energy-efficient underwater robotsthat swim just like the real thing. By closely studying and monitoring how fish, dolphins and other sea creatures swim, Mehdi Saadat at Harvard University and his colleagues found that many of them have remarkably similar styles that can be described with a simple model, Read more [...]

Why fish can’t help but eat our plastic garbage

Fish are eating our plastic waste. Depositphotos Plastic isn’t food, but fish seem to eat it anyway—to the confusion of many researchers. As the 9.5 billion tons of plastic the world has produced since the 1950s makes its way into the world’s rivers, lakes, and oceans, the animal consumption of such waste has become a big problem. Yes, a lot of that plastic is tiny—roughly the size of fish food—so it’s not a stretch to think that fish are simply confusing these morsels with plankton. Read more [...]