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    Exudate Case Study

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    Polyelectrolytes include Gum arabic (E414), from the sap of Acacia trees, Gum ghatti, from the sap of Anogeissus trees, Gum tragacanth (E413), from the sap of Astragalus shrubs, Karaya gum (E416), from the sap of Sterculia trees. As for the unchagred example included Guar gum (E412) from guar beans, Locust bean gum (E410) from the seeds of the carob tree and Beta-glucan from oat or barley bran. Gum Arabic In this particular cases, the Gum I will be discussing is Gum Arabic. FAO in 1990 defines gum arabic as the "dried exudation obtained from the stems and branches of Acacia Senegal (L) Willdenow or closely related species". FAO further gave more specification to try and ensure that only gum from A. Senegal and closely related species such as Vachellia (Acacia) Seyal. According to the Centre of Agriculture and Biosciences International Invasive species compendium, gum Arabic was initially collected from the Acacia nilotica which was referred to as “Gum arabic tree” whereas in the present day gum Arabic is usually collected from two related species mentioned above A. Senegal and A. Seyal (Baldwin, 1999). These two species and many Acacia species are indigenous to the Sahelian region of Africa and for which Sudan is the leading producer (Gashua et al., 2015). They are also indigenous to many west African and sub-Saharan African countries such as Nigeria, Niger, Uganda, Mauritania and Chad. Currently about 1200 Acacia species have been identified (Ross, 1979) and the quality…

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    Acacia Gum Research Paper

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    What are the primary benefits of acacia gum? Description: acacia gum is an anteing herb which is now treated as one of the most important ingredients of herbal world but now normal drugs are also including the same for its beneficial effects. In modern pharmaceutical world, acacia gum is a big name as this hum has got a lot of medicinal properties. It acts as demulcent in different drugs that are used for healing various wounds. On the other hand, plaque and periodic bacteria deposition can be…

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    Gatorade Research Paper

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    calcium is drawn out of the blood. In many cases, calcium has to be drawn from the bones. Over time, this can cause the bones to weaken and be more susceptible to fractures (Optimal Nutrition). This being said, it is recommended that you only drink Gatorade before, during, and after exercises, to reduce the chances of Phosphate imbalance. The fourth and final ingredient that was new to me was Gum Arabic. I found out that it is used in a variety of different foods for several different reasons.…

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    Description: The dosage of acacia gum needs to be decided otherwise you will not be able to get desirable effects. Your heath condition and age matters a lot in this respect and you must consider them. Acacia gum is also popularly termed as gum Arabic and this gum is currently gaining the highest popularity as a leading medicinal component. This ingredient gets easily dissolved in your body and thus you will face no trouble in digesting the same. It is 100% natural and this is the only reason…

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