Barley Factory History

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The barley ( Hordeum vulgare) quickly and cold culture or fed with crops increase quality of the cover soil. Barley factory is many critical functions. Barley seed is relatively inexpensive and available. The ancient civilization the important serial Barley also among the people working classes of Europe was an important food grain In the late 19th century, wheat, rye, oats and other grain to power supply of barley instead of rich .The health of workers athletes and barley body strength as a source of humanity.
The Health and Medical barley, the margins on the side of the food and Arabic, Chinese, and Greek and the Egyptians, Ethiopia before literature and recent Asian Civilization of called (also known as the European Union by reporting.
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For example, Morocco, the per capita consumption of barley (barley) grocery store .The barley soup bread and the oats. In Japan, the soybean paste, barley, rice, and write to create soju plateau is used as a continuation of extension of the rice The wheat hordeum vulgare barley, corn, rice grains of product in the world. The power supply of the animals but mainly the force of nature there is a growing concern about. Usually affords animal and adult animals disguised barley, adults, indigestion problems as well. Most of the European countries, wheat, and barley is most often used in poultry grains, and pork. Nevertheless, But mainly energy supply barley granules animal protein source, but supply of important use of animal food shrinking mono amino acid is …show more content…
The spokesperson of barley and oats, starch consisting of glucose per volume, β-- (1-4) is one of the 2 to 3 by the bounding glucose, β-- (1-3) is connected to the unit, remove all unit joints chain β-through space. Β-glucan can delay the uptake of glucose and regulates the blood glucose level "the absorption of glucose Khan's sticky attribute is physically slow potion. This β-glucose base management objectives attribute is the food of diabetes, useful for sanctions .The Health Promotion functional food beverages, including functionality and disease prevention to play an important role in. The various functional areas, including the hot food grains of barley taste of food and nutrition facade, the texture and can be used to improve The hot cereal, biscuits, crackers, barley granules bread, corn bread, bar, fruit, cereals bar, extruder snacks and pulp, including the flavor of the food, the texture and style and functionality that can be used to enhance nutrition and Development of all beverages With new features and the benefits of health functional food interest in new functionality has been developed drinks grows. This wine is served as well as food as usual because the expression to flourish and human health. The barley β- glucose through mouth, and these functional apply to adapt to new products by passing

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