Home to Space Camp® and Aviation Challenge® Camp, the
U.S. Space & Rocket Center (USSRC) is the most comprehensive U.S. manned spaceflight hardware museum in the world. Its large rocket and space hardware collection is valued in the tens of millions of dollars. From America's first satellite, Explorer I, to next generation space vehicles like Sierra Nevada's Dream Chaser, the museum showcases the past, present and future of human spaceflight.
And now they have flown into the future of growing with the Tower Garden! Posted on their FB page on Feb.13: "We harvested the first produce from our aeroponics this week! We're very excited for the updates coming to our Mars Grill."
Do the men in your life eat their greens? Note: drinking green beer on St. Pat's Day doesn't count!
Help the men in your life become as
green as a leprechaun by adding Juice Plus + to their daily diet.
Hear why ultramarathoner and consummate Irishman Dave O'Brien fueled his body with Juice Plus+ when he ran the "4 Deserts Grand Slam".
Dave O'Brien, Ultramarathoner
Our Fascinating Bodies!
A new study shows that the relationship between our genetic make-up and our metabolism - the chemistry of life that goes on inside our cells - is a two-way street. Not only do our genes regulate how the food we eat is broken down, but how our food is broken down regulates our genes.
The researchers suggest nearly all of our genes may be influenced by the food we eat.
Providing new evidence to support the old adage "we are what we eat," the study is published in the journal Nature Microbiology...We have also discovered that an individual is not just a product of genetics, there is also epigenetics, which can modify the genome. Epigenetics means that the blueprint held in DNA can vary in that genes can be switched on and off by other genes or bits of DNA, and even by proteins that attach "epigenetic markers" onto the DNA...read on.
Be a Trendsetter!
Are you a healthy eater?
Do you eat a lot of vegetables?
Congratulations, you are officially a "trendsetter".The dietician and nutritionist for the Philadelphia Phillies wrote an article entitled "8 Food Trends in 2016" and vegetables made the cut as a trendy food.
We have featured this recipe in our March newsletter for a few years and it always gets rave reviews! Get ready to party with the leprechauns and serve these cabbage steaks as a delicious, nutritious side dish to your St. Patrick's day meal!
Click here for recipe.
And cabbage isn't just for March 17th...for good health, enjoy the benefits of cabbage frequently. Just like its cruciferous cousin, broccoli, cabbage is known to be a food that FIGHTS CANCER. Check out what AICR (American Institute for Cancer Research) has to say about these veggies here.
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