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Let’s choose Health, let’s choose to Eat Organic! | BioEmarket - Global Organic E-Marketplace B2B Platform - News

Let’s choose Health, let’s choose to Eat Organic! | BioEmarket - Global Organic E-Marketplace B2B Platform - News | Picto Communication Partner | Scoop.it

BioEmarket represents an online marketplace for buyers and suppliers of certified organic products. Our Platform facilitates a direct contact between all the actors involved on the Global Organic Market without any intermediaries.

 

The Registration is FREE for all the Organic companies and you could add an offer, insert a request, etc.


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BioEmarket The Global Organic E-Marketplace's curator insight, January 13, 9:11 AM

Health seems to become a disputed subject nowadays. When our grandparents were kids, there was the herbal medicine that was making the difference and was helping people stay alive and healthy, but all we hear talking about these days is the development of the medicine and the technology that could (just could!) help us maintain our health.


When I was a kid, my mother used to make remedies out of plants and vegetables for all kind of pain and diseases. Now, there are pills for everything, even for sleeping or depression. We’ve become some kind of robots, programmed to work and work and get angry and stressed every time something goes wrong.


We forgot to smile or take things slowly, we are always in a rush and we don’t realize that all that stress brings is disease. Because when we are under pressure, our immune system is low. And that’s how we get ill.


Everybody is hurrying. People run after the train, after the bus, money or better jobs.  In this rush, we forget to take care of us, being so preoccupied by how not to be late for work or how to make more money to buy that spectacular house we saw or how to have a perfect and satisfying job or relationship. In all the rush, we forget about ourselves.


We don’t get to eat regularly, we don’t get to sleep 8 hours a night and we don’t get to drink enough water to keep our body hydrated. We forget to save time for ourselves or doing those small things that make us happy and distract us from our daily rush. We forgot about our soul...


Author:  Delia Visan


Read more:  http://www.bioemarket.ro/news/let%E2%80%99s-choose-health--let%E2%80%99s-choose-to-eat-organic--174

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Organic Architecture at the University of Versailles Science Library, France

Organic Architecture at the University of Versailles Science Library, France | Picto Communication Partner | Scoop.it

Paris-based architects Badia-Berger Architectes have recently completed the University of Versailles Science Library, in France- an efficient building composed of three juxtaposed volumes intersected by a series of voids.

The building acts as a connector inside the university campus, uniting the eastern sloped park and the western sporting grounds, which determines that it doesn't have a main façade, rather, a central position from which its multidirectional nature stems.

The library is comprised of three juxtaposing volumes intersected by a series of voids, which allow for abundant daylight to pour into the building, as well as creating a series of transparencies between the two connected terrains — the park and the sporting grounds. The three separate volumes harbour respectively the entry hall, the reading rooms and internal spaces. "The shape is an expression of our perception of the program and our response to the requirements of a low energy building," state architects Marie-Hélène Badia and Didier Berger, "fully acknowledging lighting and thermal comfort as well as highlighting the site's contrasts."


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Trompetista De Jazz's curator insight, March 15, 2013 9:16 AM

Organic Architecture at the University of Versailles Science Library, France