Oregano Case Study

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BACKGROUND Ice cream is one of the Philippines’ most favored treats. Ice cream is so widely available that it is also sold in school cafeteria’s where children can have purchased them. It is a fact that ice cream isn’t exactly a health food. Its main ingredients are milk, cream, flavoring and the most important, sugar. Ice cream can be delicious but the downside of that is ice cream doesn’t provide us the nutrients the body needs daily. We believe that we can be able to provide a flavor of ice cream that will be beneficial to the Bosconians. We would like to impart to our fellow Bosconians that healthy can also be tasty so that at a young age, they will be aware of the effects of ice cream in on their body. Also, we were …show more content…
It contains nutrients like Fiber, Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Vitamin E and Vitamin K. Oregano is also a rich source of dietary antioxidants, which help protect the cells against the effects of free radicals. Oregano also Contains carvacrol which is an antibacterial property. The herb has shown success in defeating strains of the food pathogen (Listeria monocytogenes). Oregano can also protect humans from one of the difficult diseases to defeat which is cancer. A Research published in the journal PLoS ONE in 2013 suggested that “oregano exhibits anticancer activity.” The scientists concluded that Origanum majorana could help prevent and treat cancer by slowing or preventing its progression. According to Dr. Mercola, There are many Health Benefits of Oregano. First, It consists of Rosmarinus acid which is able to support a person’s immune system. Second, It is Anti-inflammatory because it contains beta-caryophyllin that may also be beneficial to people with osteoporosis, arteriosclerosis and metabolic syndrome. Also, it is antifungal and antibacterial. Third, it has the potential for antiviral activity that can be useful if someone has a cold or influenza. Fourth, A phytochemical in oregano, carnosol has also been “evaluated for anti-cancer

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