Biochar, a new solution to reduce global warming


Biochar, a new solution to reduce global warming

leavesBiochar is a stable form of charcoal produced from heating natural organic materials (crop and other waste, woodchips, manure) in a high temperature, low oxygen process known as pyrolysis. It chemically and biologically in a more stable form than the original carbon form it comes from, making it more difficult to break down. Biochar can increase crop yields while acting as a natural carbon sink. Biochar is considered as the ‘black gold of agriculture.’ Read More

Yoga practise help transform your genetics: study

yoga-sudarshan-kriyaOSLO, NORWAY: A recent study by researchers from the University of Oslo, Norway found that Yoga and Sudarshan Kriya can substantially change the genes in the body’s immune cells. Led by Dr Fahri Saatcioglu, the researchers experimented about 10 subjects. “So, in our study, we asked whether there are rapid effects of a compressive programme derived from yoga on gene expression parents in circulating immune cells. Read More

Chemistry of enzymes makes digestion easier

chem-digestionFood is considered as one of the essentials in day to day to human life or in fact animals and other living organisms also. However, Did anybody think about how food will be processed starting from mouth to stomach? What are the factors involving and responsible for the proper digestion? Digestion It is nothing but chemical breakdown of large food molecules into smaller molecules. Some of the food molecules include. Read More

Chemistry of popcorn aroma & popping!

popcornPopcorn, also known as popping corn, is a type of corn. It can come up with usually salted or sweetened flavors. Many people like the odor of popcorn. Some people especially like to smell popcorn when you open the door of the movie theater. It is rich in some of the following nutrients. A new study by Tufts University reveals popcorn may contain higher levels of healthy antioxidants known as polyphenols. Read More

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