Tags: plant science

Proteins For Hair: Supplements and Important Food Sources

Proteins For Hair: Supplements and Important Food Sources After years of torturing your hair with chemicals, heat, sunlight, and pollution, it’s become quite a task to restore its health, isn’t it? You must have tried everything from deep conditioning treatments to heat protectant serums, damage control shampoos, and whatnot in order to minimize hair loss. […]

Why Cruelty-Free Skincare is the Future?

The one way to ensure you are doing your part for animals is to support cruelty-free products for your skin. With the evolution of technology and rising awareness for conscious living, there are ample options available with respect to the ingredients you use and testing their efficacy in the labs. Thankfully, we consumers have complete […]

4 Reasons Why You Should Switch to Plant-Based Protein

There’s no denying that of the three macronutrients—fat, carbs, and protein, protein is currently the one that receives the most attention. This nutrient is popular for good reasons. It helps you grow muscle and repair tissue after working out, maintains fluid balance, strengthens your immune system, produces hormones and enzymes, and more. In recent years, […]

How to Create a Skin Care Routine Using Plant-Based Products?

A proper plant-based skincare regimen is crucial for maintaining healthy, glowing skin because what you do currently will also impact your skin’s condition in the future. While a good regimen should be included in everyone’s daily routine, there are different skin care products for each skin type. Buying good skin-care products isn’t enough. You should […]

INDIANS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH PROTEINS

A survey conducted by the Indian Market Research Bureau reports that over 70% of Indians are protein deficient. While the daily intake of protein lies between 60-90 grams, Indians consume less than 50% of the required amounts. The Inbody IPSOS study of 2018 says that 71% of Indians have poor muscle health and 68% have […]

The plan to pollinator attraction

If you think superficial colours and looks are the only things that attract insects to flowers, you are mistaken. There is a lot more going on there. We have learnt in the previous post how the colour of the flower can be a major attraction for insects. The fine lines on the petals of a […]

Can the African Jacana Walk on Water?

Blessed with long, slender legs and interestingly long toes that make their walking look classy, the African Jacana is quite incredible to look at. While they have not yet mastered the art of walking on water, these ‘Lilly-trotters’ walk on floating plankton, grass and water lilies. As the weight of the bird is supported pushes the vegetation […]

Sir Andre Geim and the Magnetic Frog

Andre Geim is the only person to date who has been both a Nobel Prize recipient and an Ig Nobel Prize. The Ig Nobel prize is a satirical prize that has been annually awarded since 1991 by a comic magazine known as the Annals of Improbable Research (AIR). It is awarded annually to 10 discoveries that first […]