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  • Amaranth Case Study

    INTRODUCTION Amaranth is a pseudo cereal which is a good source of dietary nutrients. For innovating new product by using the grains of amaranth, which will increases the utilization. Leaves of amaranth plants are used as leafy vegetable, in other hand seeds as cereals (Saunders and Becker 1984). Amaranth is rich in high quality protein. Some studies say that because of the presence of the presence of calcium, phosphorous, potassium, iron etc it is also having neautracitical property. It also…

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  • Origanum Majorana Case Study

    : Origanum majorana L. widely used in Jordan and other Mediterranean countries as a flavoring and herbal spice. An infusion of the plant is used for treatment of internal diseases, haemorrhoids, pains, and animal bites and poisons. In this study, I attempted to identify the possible antinociceptive action of Origanum majorana methanol leaf extract using tail immersion, hot plate, and writhing tests. The antinociceptive effect of the methanol extract of Origanum majorana (MEO) leaves was…

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  • Avocado Fruit Benefits

    Avocado Fruit Benefits to Get You Even More Healthy Dealing with Avocado, you may need to know some avocado fruit benefits. Because there are so many health benefits you can get from consuming avocado fruit. We all know that fruits are the best healthy food you can consume. It has its sweet distinctive taste which contains a lot of vitamins and much more other nutrition. Fruits can be consumed directly by peeling the skin. It can also be consumed in a form of juice. If you want to add healthy…

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  • How Does Water Content Affect The Stability Of Water?

    Water, being the main component of foods, is an important diluent for other water soluble food components such as carbohydrate, protein, fiber, minerals and vitamins. Most fresh foods contain a large amount of water, normally more than 70%, while fresh fruits and vegetables can contain up to 90 to 98% of water (Gowen, 2012). Water in foods can be categorized into two classes, free water and bound water. Free water is freely available for chemical or biological reactions as well as for microbial…

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  • My Nutrient Report

    Calcium • Potassium • Vitamin A • Vitamin C • Vitamin E • Vitamin K (Super Tracker). In addition to my deficiencies, I was over indulgent in sodium. I acknowledged the changes I needed to make and did my best to stay on track. For a while I was doing great, but during this unit I made a trip home for my dad’s birthday. To be honest with both you and myself I was over indulgent in some not so healthy foods. Although I did participate…

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  • Eating Salmon Research Paper

    1. Introduction Salmon is a popular food worldwide and it is classified as an oily fish. (Food Standards Agency, 2004) People love eating salmon not only because of its succulent flavor and texture, but also for its health-giving nutrients. Salmon is considered to be a beneficial food which contains high protein, omega-3 fatty acids, minerals and vitamins. (National Institutes of Health, 2007) There are many different ways in cooking or eating salmon in different countries. For example: Sashimi…

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  • Cinnamon Allergy Research Paper

    Cinnamon Allergy Cinnamon is a wonderful, aromatic and a versatile spice with many health benefits and medicinal properties. Its ability to manage, treat and heal various diseases and ailments makes it a 'super-food'. This spice is harvested from the bark of the trees, which are native to Southeast Asia, China and India. But this herb is not fit for everyone's consumption. People who are allergic to cinnamon must stay away from food preparations containing cinnamon. Such individuals may…

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  • HIV/Hepatitis C Case Study Essay

    The United States has experienced an increase in the number of cases of Hepatitis C over the past decade. There are counties across the United States that are at an increased risk for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) outbreaks. These diseases are efficiently transmitted by exposure to contaminated blood and blood products and often lead to co-infection. This has been shown by increased transmission occurring among injection drug users, primarily those under the age of thirty (Zibbell et al,…

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  • Pomegranates Research Paper

    Historical uses The word "pomegranate" (Punica granatum) is Latin for "fruit of many seeds." The pomegranate is a little deciduous tree or big shrub that bears fruit, the Punica granatum. It is a superfood with much history. Pomegranates can be traced back as early as 4000 BC. Its red fruit sprouts from beautiful red flowers and is between a grapefruit and a lemon in size. The white flesh inside the thick skin is filled by hundreds of seeds. (Tohi, 2016) For thousands of years Ayurvedic…

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  • College Admissions Essay-Strive For A Healthier Lifestyle

    sophomore in college, I strive for a healthier lifestyle. Primarily when it comes to staying in good shape, my diet has the greatest impact on my overall health. Every morning I start the day with a glass spring water or warm lemon water. Lemon has vitamin C packed with antioxidants that supports the immune system, detoxifies the liver, restores and repairs skin and most importantly helps aid digestion for the start of the day. Water in general keeps my body hydrated. I always carry a water…

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