There are two kinds of people in the world. Those who respond to the sight of moldy food by throwing it away, and those who wonder if that food can be salvaged.
While pine pollen has been known to exacerbate our allergies, it is a powerhouse of nutrients and has a plethora of health benefits.
You should ask yourself, what would you do if you were one of those people who race to the grocery store at the last-minute during a disaster.
Knowing how to forage in the wild is an underrated skill that many do not know. If you want to better your odds of surviving in the wilderness, and you don’t have time to gain such an impressive skill, there is a shortcut you can learn.
It’s called sulfur dioxide, and it’s found in more foods than you probably realize.
Every so often an ingredient really does have an amazing effect on skin. Niacin and niacinamide (a form of the vitamin B3) is one such ingredient, with plenty of studies and research to back up the benefits.
In this light, many times some of these exotic herbs have been used for innocuous or innocent purposes with well-meaning, and through no fault of their own, people have gotten hurt or worse.
Pemmican is the original survival superfood. Check out this step-by-step guide on how to make it and get your pantry stocked.
A new study shows that running, even more than other aerobic or high-intensity exercises increases the development of neurons in the parts of the brain we use for learning and retaining information.
You could be putting your health at risk during winter if you aren’t drinking more of this.
In a survival situation, beggars can’t be choosers.
Those interested in “body hacking” may find this new tech gadget a welcome tool for providing a more complete picture of the whole self.