Aweditoria captures the world's best ideas and helps anyone to understand them better through annotations. Read more about Aweditoria...

A Decrease In Feelings Of Depression Bananas have a very high concentration of tryptophan. Those suffering from chronic depression statistically don't naturally create 'normal' amount of serotonin. When consumed, tryptophan is converted to serotonin. Regular consumption is sufficient to compensate for any deficiency.
37
| Upvote
3 | Annotate
TruthTheory
Top Annotation
visit Truththeory.com, Truththeory.com
Here some benefits of eating bananas
13
| Upvote

A handful of organizations and journalists have exposed the widespread use of child labor and slavery, on cocoa farms in Western Africa, causing the industry to become increasingly secretive, making it difficult for reporters to not only access farms where human rights violations still occur, but to then disseminate this information to the public. In 2004, a journalist was allegedly kidnapped and killed reporting on government corruption in its profitable cocoa industry. In 2010, 3 newspaper jou
...
(more)
13
| Upvote
4 | Annotate
Annotated in:
Mango
Top Annotation
As many as 200,000 children are working in Côte d'Ivoire, the world's biggest producer of cocoa, many may be trafficked slaves. Never mind, have a break, have a kit-kat..
8
| Upvote

Recently, a monumental announcement has been made: the Chinese government released a new set of dietary guidelines that, if followed, have the potential to see the overall consumption of meat in the country drop by a whopping 50%. The Chinese Ministry of Health (the government entity responsible for the health guidelines and health-related laws and regulations) is advising the citizens to limit meat intake to only 200 grams per day. At this time, the current consumption of meat and eggs in Chin
...
(more)
17
| Upvote
1 | Annotate
TruthTheory
Top Annotation
visit Truththeory.com, Truththeory.com
I think that is worth checking Cowspiracy, this explains more about how devastating meat industry is.
9
| Upvote

Yet, the pineal gland wasn’t bestowed the name “third eye” for just any random reason. Rather, when dissected from the brain, it is found that the pineal gland actually contains photoreceptors just like our own two seeing eyes and is actually activated by light transmitted through our two eyes. This sunlight transmitted through our eyes stimulates the pineal gland’s production of serotonin and further works to strengthen the gland’s ability to break free of specific harmful chemicals t
...
(more)
51
| Upvote
5 | Annotate
JessMilansky
Top Annotation
A lot of ancient teachings talk about pineal gland as the spot where body and spirit connects. What is also good to look at is how DMT can bring us that connection with another realms. There has been a study conducted where participants, took DMT and what they recall blows my mind.
17
| Upvote

Forget Spirulina or Chlorella, or any other Superfood for that matter, there is nothing on this planet that competes with this ‘God-Food’ called Klamath Lake Algae, or short as: KLA. It is an algae that only lives in Klamath Lake in Oregon USA. As goes for all members of the micro-algae family such as Spirulina and Chlorella, these primitive organisms were among the first life forms on this planet and are therefore the most basic food one can eat with one of the earliest RNA/DNA coding. In
...
(more)
16
| Upvote
1 | Annotate
Annotated in:
SteveHan
Top Annotation
A Quick Overview About Klamath Lake Algae Aphanizomenon flos-aquae is a type of cyano-bacteria that biologically is quite similar to spirulina. It’s actually toxic in most places where it’s grown, but Klamath Lake is remarkably pure and free of toxins, and so the blue-green algae there can be ingested by humans. And it grows there in heaps and tons. 100,000 thousand kilograms of blue-green a
...
(more)
3
| Upvote

When we come up against fear, we are presented with a chance to be aware, brave and face up to it. Get to the nitty-gritty and uncover the truth about why we are so afraid or uncomfortable (i.e. the fear of heights/snakes/natural disasters/terrorism/clowns/Uncle Sam/Aunt Betty/’fill in the blank’). When we mine ourselves for the ‘why’s’ and ‘what-have-you’s’ of our own fears, we can face them and move through them.
14
| Upvote
1 | Annotate
SureshBedi
Top Annotation
Yes, knowledge is the best solution to fear. In certain cases where even truth and knowledge do not work, one must look inward for self confidence and abilities. In the day to day engagements, we tend to forget ourself and our strengths. Fear lowers performance, forces one to tell lies and lowers self esteem. It must be got rid of asap.
10
| Upvote

“This is the way the system works, it’s a rotten system, and I see elections as so much of a charade. So much deceit goes on. . . . whether it’s a Republican or a Democrat president, the people who want to keep the status quo seems to have their finger in the pot and can control things. They just get so nervous so, if they have an independent thinker out there, whether it’s Sanders, or Trump, or Ron Paul, they’re going to be very desperate to try to change things. . . . More people are
...
(more)
15
| Upvote
2 | Annotate
Angie1
Top Annotation
I recommend watching this documentary, how George W. Bush stole his election
4
| Upvote

The pranksters – Twitter users @TJCruda and @k_vinnn – decided to pull the stunt after being left unimpressed by the art on offer at San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art. And within minutes of placing the glasses on the floor, a crowd of onlookers had gathered to ponder the metaphysical meaning of this piece of modern “art”. One of the teens, 17-year-old T.J. Khayatan, documented the public’s response and later uploaded pictures of the hilarious experiment to Twitter. Needless to say
...
(more)
25
| Upvote
4 | Annotate
MAcainSomoza
Top Annotation
Funny how a simple prank can actually expose pretentious gatekeepers and critics of art. It's a no-brainer, really. Critics are nothing but just pathetic little watch(rabid)dogs that only serve to, first, call attention to themselves and not the art, and second, to distract the artist from the artistic persuasion.
6
| Upvote

The analysis of this and few other artifacts led to the discovery of a previously unknown species of hominin, now known now as Denisova hominin. Denisova 3 or X-Woman is among the first known remains of this newly discovered species of humans, and according to the results of the examination, she is 41.000 years old. Compared to the fossil remains of Neandertals and modern humans, the DNA results showed variations which led scientists to believe that Denisovans were sister spices of Neandertals.
...
(more)
12
| Upvote
1 | Annotate
TruthTheory
Top Annotation
visit Truththeory.com, Truththeory.com
In addition, the level of skill and expertise required to create the piece has led to speculation that these earliest humans were more technologically advanced than previously thought, with the Denisovans seemingly more skilled than Homo sapiens or Neanderthals. Scientists found that a hole had been drilled in part of the bracelet with such precision that it could only have been done with a high-r
...
(more)
4
| Upvote

‘Respect yourself and others will respect you.’ — Confucius You can’t possibly expect other people to love you if you don’t love yourself. It may appear as if people love you but if you harbor resentment, self-hate or any kind of negative emotion towards yourself, you’re setting yourself up for huge pitfalls in all your other relationships. I’ve heard people say that they can’t love themselves because of all their ‘imperfections’. Just the word ‘imperfect’ states that
...
(more)
31
| Upvote
2 | Annotate
mikesygula
Top Annotation
If we don't love ourselves we show to others how we want to be treated. When we respect ourselves, our environment reflects that and often others will try to act towards us in the same way. The problem is that we tend to compare ourselves with others and they will always be people that are "better" than us in something, better looking, smarter, better at our jobs and etc. This is when you start cr
...
(more)
23
| Upvote

Stress affects pretty much all of us at some point in our lives. The funny thing is, positive events like getting married or starting a new job can stress us out. Researchers are now learning how stressors can physically alter our brains, which in turn, may impact how we learn, form memories, and even make decisions.
9
| Upvote
6 | Annotate
jgkkuder
Top Annotation
Researchers have found many stress-reduction strategies including meditation, exercising and relaxation have been shown to reverse the negative effects of stress on our health by increasing good chemicals in the body like endorphins and making more infection-fighting T cells to boost our immune systems. Some practical strategies for decreasing our stress levels and in return improve brain function
...
(more)
6
| Upvote

“Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.”–The Kybalion. The great Third Hermetic Principle–the Principle of Vibration–embodies the truth that Motion manifest in everything in the Universe–that nothing is at rest–that everything moves, vibrates, and circles. This Hermetic Principle was recognized by some of the early Greek philosophers who embodied it in their systems. But, then, for centuries it was lost sight of by the thinkers outside of the Hermetic ranks. But
...
(more)
34
| Upvote
1 | Annotate
Annotated in:
TruthTheory
Top Annotation
visit Truththeory.com, Truththeory.com
This is not a first time that ancient teachings correspond with modern scientific discoveries. Here is another example, this short documentary presents correlations between science and Buddhism:
14
| Upvote

Case in point, the world’s largest desalination project, the Sorek in Israel, is ramping up to full capacity. The plant is already providing 20% of the water consumed in the country, and it is expected to produce 627,000 cubic meters of water daily when at full capacity. The plant was built for around $500 million and uses a conventional desalination technology called reverse osmosis (RO).
7
| Upvote
2 | Annotate
Annotated in:
SteveHan
Top Annotation
Saltwater can also be used as a fuel. This sports car has been designed to reach 217.5 mph (350 km/h) – using nothing but saltwater. Its radical drive system allows the 5,070lbs (2,300kg) Quant e-Sportlimousine to reach 0-60 mph (100 km/h) in 2.8 seconds, making it as fast as the McLaren P1.
7
| Upvote

The United Kingdom’s vegan population has increased by 360 percent since 2006, according to a new survey conducted by The Vegan Society. Currently, about 542,000 people over the age of 15 identify as vegan, whereas in 2006, that number was just 150,000. Those aged 15 to 34 make up 42 percent of the vegan population, and 88 percent live in urban areas—with London being home to 22 percent of Britain’s herbivores. “More people than ever before are acting upon the health and environmental be
...
(more)
11
| Upvote
2 | Annotate
Annotated in:
JessMilansky
Top Annotation
A lot of people started waking up after watching Earthlings. EARTHLINGS is a feature length documentary about humanity's absolute dependence on animals (for pets, food, clothing, entertainment, and scientific research) but also illustrates our complete disrespect for these so-called "non-human providers." EARTHLINGS is a powerful and informative documentary about society's treatment of animals, na
...
(more)
11
| Upvote

According to a review published in the journal Health Physics in 2010, smoking tobacco has resulted in “443,000 deaths and 5.1 million years of potential life lost among the U.S. population each year from 2000 through 2004.” Furthermore, the review estimated that the associated collective radiation dose from smoking is “more than 36 times that to the workers at all the U.S. nuclear power plants, U.S. Department of Energy nuclear weapons facilities, and crews of all the vessels in the U.S.
...
(more)
15
| Upvote
3 | Annotate
ChaseBurton
Top Annotation
I definitely agree that there are numerous serious health risks involved with smoking cigarettes particularly long term. I don't however like this argument because the number of people smoking cigarettes is astronomically higher than the number of people working at nuclear facilities.
2
| Upvote

Load More