With many people participating in Veganuary this month – testing the vegan diet for a month to discover its benefits and advantages, Hello Magazine has recently released an article stating just five of the most superior benefits offered by the vegan diet for all to see.
Project Soymilk is a passion designed by a team of young and well motivated entrepreneurs in Delvira Limited to achieve two major goals. Firstly, provide a nutritionally balanced and healthy food drink to young undernourished children and those that are nutritionally challenged due to their health status such as diabetic patients and lactose intolerant individuals. Secondly, the other goal of Project soymilk is to leverage on the agricultural and economic value chain of soybean processing in to soymilk to provide the much needed jobs and opportunities to young unemployed persons within the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Project Soymilk is an agro-processing initiative where soybean would be processed into soymilk which has numerous nutritional and health benefits in fighting cancer, high cholesterol levels, diabetes, osteoporosis and acute malnutrition.
With 2017 already upon us many of us have already no doubt made New Year's resolutions, however some people much prefer to make gradual changes towards healthier lifestyles, with The Weekly Challenger recently revealing just some of the healthy eating habits worth cultivating in 2017. For all whom are looking to kick start the New Year in a healthy fashion, here are some of the habits in which The Weekly Challenger are promoting:
Hydroponica, an industry renowned supplier of hydroponics equipment, well known for their dedication to providing the greatest hydroponic collections at the most affordable prices, has recently added a new line of nutrients to their incredibly extensive range, the world dominating Remo Nutrients.
While many people are committing to Dry January, pledging to quit the booze for 31 days, many others across the globe are instead opting to participate in Veganuary instead – vowing to follow the vegan diet for the month and eliminating meat, fish, diary, eggs and honey from their diets. So far a record 50,000 have signed up, and it is anticipated that even more are going to follow suite, and attempt the vegan diet in another month of their choice.
Veganuary is a campaign in which it's encouraging people to try going vegan for the month of January – and so far a record 50,000 have signed up to participate, pledging to ditch meat, fish, dairy, eggs and honey for 31 days.
It is a well-known fact that New Year's resolutions often fall flat in early Jan - this is due to people making overwhelming and unattainable resolutions that are difficult to stick to. However, a new year presents all with a chance to change our lives for the better, even if approached in baby steps. This year, like many prior, it has become apparent that many are making health-related resolutions, and in line with this Forbes has recently released an article stating 10 health-related resolutions to consider – urging all to take the plunge, even if it is now slightly late. (It's better late than never.)
Industry dominating hydroponics equipment supplier, Tropicanna Horticulture, have recently been making huge efforts to urge more people to make the transitions to hydroponic gardening from more traditional, soil-based methods – revealing the many benefits for all to consider, alongside offering the most quality equipment at the most competitive prices.
Heliospectra AB (publ) (OTCQB:HLSPY, FIRSTNORTH:HELIO), a world leader in intelligent lighting technology for controlled environments horticulture, is pleased to announce that the board of directors have elected Ali Ahmadian as the new CEO of Heliospectra. Mr. Ahmadian joined Heliospectra as Chief Commercial Officer in November of last year and will assume the position of CEO on February 1, 2017.
Dominating provider of hydroponics equipment Green Spirit Hydroponics constantly update their blog, allowing their customers to receive advice regarding hydroponic growing and in turn grow to the best of their abilities, with their most recent blog post focusing on hydroponic growing throughout winter and the colder months to ensure that all of their customers know what and what not to do.
The Daily Mail has recently released a new article which claims that children who don't eat fruit and vegetables are 53% more at risk of getting Asthma. Fruit and vegetables contain a lot of nutrients which naturally boosts the immune system, however with children not eating enough it means that they're more at risk of getting asthma. It has been said that 5.4 million people in the UK alone suffer from this condition which effects breathing.
Many people not only in the UK but worldwide struggle to eat their recommended five-a-day, but did you know that even those who manage to eat theirs could be doing it wrong? A nutritionist for the Mail Online has recently spoke out, stating that we could be cooking our vegetables all wrong, claiming that boiling our vegetables could be ruining their health benefits and destroying our superfoods.
Barrie House sponsors productivity and quality project of 2,500 sacks of organic fertilizer to strengthen organic production of all GUAYA'B in Jacaltenango, Guatemala cooperative members.
Brussels sprouts are somewhat like Marmite, people seem to either love them or hate them, there is no in-between, however when it comes to Brussels sprouts it seems that there's many things in which people do not know about them, with the Telegraph recently publishing an article jam-packed full of Brussels sprouts facts for all to feast upon.
Hydroponics is a beautiful and amazing method of growing in which is growing in popularity each and every day in the UK. Easy to complete and boasting numerous benefits, many people have made the transition to hydroponics from traditional gardening in 2016, however it is vital that these people know how to handle their hydroponics grows in the cold weather – to avoid any damage from being made. Because of this one leading hydroponics supplier, Leeds Hydro Store, has recently revealed some top tips for all hydroponic growers to consider this winter.
2016 has been another great year for the hydroponics industry – with many gardeners and growers switching to hydroponics from more traditional, soil-based methods. This is absolutely wonderful news, however with the seasons changing and the cold weather upon is it is vital that these new hydroponics gardeners know how to look after their grows during the colder months in order to achieve the best results and minimise the risk of damage occurring. In line with this one dominant hydroponics equipment supplier, Tropicanna Horticulture, has revealed some top tips for all to consider.
Hydroponic growing is each day becoming more and more popular across the world, with a high number of people in the UK in particular being drawn to the gardening method and in turn reaping its many advantages. One company, whom couldn't be more delighted with this, is hydroponics supplier Hydroponica, who continuously reveal hydroponic growing benefits for all to see, giving people a clear indication of how they could utilise the growing method to their advantage.
The owners of Sagebrush Tags know the farming and the livestock business in and out having been in it their entire lives. Their experience and knowledge is what leads them to stock only the most durable, suitable, and practical tags on the market. Sagebrush's great product lineup includes some great brands including Destron Life Chips.
"After nine months of research and development across Canada's growing urban agriculture communities, we've targeted three areas of concern", says the venture's lead marketing and community engagement guru, Sheldon Pilot a former account and production lead with marketing firm Ogilvy.
Grow world is one of the leading suppliers of hydroponics equipment in the UK hydroponics industry, offering a multitude of products, with options suitable for all levels of hydroponic gardener – from beginners to enthusiasts. To make their customers even happier the company has recently decided to offer free delivery to all that spend over £100.
As many of you will already be aware, the majority of "grow your own" kits out there unfortunately don't contain all of the components needed for growing – from soil to flowerpots, when purchasing these kits many people are often left disappointed, realising that they need to go back out to purchase more things. However, one company, Grown Up Hydroponics, has recently changed this offering what is possible the first ever complete grow you own chili kit.
Recent news articles have drawn attention to the fact that droppings have been discovered at Derby wholesalers that supplies vegetables and fruits to a multitude of local restaurants, takeaways and cash-and-carries on a regular basis. The droppings were found in the wholesalers main store room, and one local company, Tropicanna Horticulture, are warning that locals should now consider growing their own produce.
Although when people think of farming they consider it to be a physically and psychologically demanding and in some cases even draining, occupation – one farming method has recently hit the headlines, with people claiming it to be a coping mechanism from stress and depression – this method is, unless you haven't already guessed – hydroponics!
One leading hydroponics equipment provider, Grow World, has recently been urging all gardeners and growers to consider switching to hydroponic growing methods, with the ultimate aim to see more people within the UK consuming the freshest and most nutritious vegetables and produce, whilst having fun.
The majority of people no doubt started off their gardening journeys by growing in soil, however these people would possibly be surprised in knowing that there's an alternative growing method available in which provides a plethora of benefits – this is, hydroponics.