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    million was spent annually on the disposal of apple pomace solely in the United States10. It is mostly used for direct disposal to soil in a landfill, the pectin extraction as gelling agent, stabilizer, and source of dietary fiber11. Despite of that, disposing a huge amount of remaining apple pomace represents a serious environmental problem. Many attempts have been made to utilize apple pomace as nutritionally rich by products. So far, apple pomace have been studied for the production of value added products such as organic acids, enzymes, single cell proteins, low alcoholic drinks, ethanol, biogas, pigment and baker’s yeast12-20. In particular, apple pomace is characterized by a high content of dietary fibers, with a well-balanced proportion between soluble and insoluble fraction21. The content of dietary fiber is over 50% (dry base) on average8, 22-23. Dietary fiber compositions inside apple pomace are mainly cellulose, hemicelluloses, and pectin. The consumption of dietary fibers has been associated with several metabolic processes. Numerous health benefits related with an elevated intake of dietary fibers have been reported, including reduced risk of obesity, coronary disease, type 2 diabetes, some gastrointestinal disorders, and colon cancer24-25. Apple pomace fiber has been suggested as highly fermentable by microflora that inhabit the dog’s colon, considering the organic matter disappearance, and the generation of short chain fatty acids and gas in an in vitro…

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    Diet Analysis Throughout the week of September twenty ninth through October fifth I created a food log to help me further analyze my diet. I noticed that my diet is lacking dietary fiber, potassium, iron, magnesium, vitamin A, D, and choline. I was able to know this by logging my food every time I ate on a website called SuperTracker where it can tell you the food sources you’re missing along with your activity levels. Dietary Fibers primary role in the body is to strengthen the walls and to…

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    3. Dietary fiber helps the body pass out solid waste (feces). It is found mostly in fruits, vegetables, and brown (whole) grains. Did you get enough dietary fiber in your diet? Explain where you got your dietary fiber from. During that particular week, I feel that I got enough dietary fiber in my diet as I met the recommended servings of grains and was only 2 servings away from meeting the recommended servings of fruits and grains. I got my dietary fibre from dosa (a tamil dish which is a…

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    testing to be done and certain imagery to be obtained to get a diagnosis. Once it is diagnosed steps are determined for each individual person on how to help their symptoms and the proper treatment for them; as all cases are not the same and symptoms can range from mild to severe on a case-to-case basis. Treatment for this disease requires medication that the patient will have to take long term or lifelong and help in remission of symptoms or suppress the symptoms to a manageable degree for the…

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    Prickly pear cactus is a species of the genus Opuntia and Family Cactaceae that grows widely in the North American deserts. The plant has flat fleshy pads, which are modified stems and look like large leaves. Its leaves are small wart-like projections that appear on the stem. The fruits and pads of this plant are rich in slowly absorbed soluble fibers, which help in regulating blood sugar levels (Davidson, 1999). Comfy Beverage Company intends to venture into the business of processing and…

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    Does High Fiber Diet prevent Asthma? Overview Yes, specifically, a diet full of vegetables and fruits can help minimize the level of asthma and allergies in the human body. Asthma is caused by cold, infection, dust, and stuffy areas among other factors. A person suffering from asthma is proved to have an easy time as long as he/she is feeding well in a high fiber diet. Asthma patients need a lot of care since the condition is not that easy to deal with. In case you are dealing with such a…

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    After analyzing the two given sources, A and B, my justification of their credibility has been established. Based on Source A “Understanding Your Fiber Needs”, from the Fiber Farms Cereal Company’s website, there is a high daily fiber requirement that can be hard to obtain. This may have good information, but it can exaggerate and present bias in its thesis because it's being supported by a cereal company that is advertising for a fiber drink. In order to boost your buyers it makes sense that a…

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    Characteristics of the Four Elements The four Elements possess unique characteristics and their functions are related to these characteristics. These characteristics have been explained carefully, with ultimate simplicity; where accurate and deep meanings have been considered which will also been elaborated in future sections. Briefly, the four Elements include the following components: Fire Air Water Soil a) Fire: comes with Heat and Dryness. It is the lightest of all Elements b) Air: comes…

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    Spinning of Nylon Fiber: The turning of the nylon filaments is completed with dissolve turning. There are two strategies for liquefy turning: 1. Grid turning 2. Extruder turning. Lattice turning is utilized for the generation of better fibers. The nylon chips are made to fall on a hot matrix that melts the nylon pieces. The liquid nylon is pumped through a sand channel to the spinneret. The sort of fiber created relies on the quantity of gaps on the spinneret, the size and the state of the…

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    Trusses are composed of straight members connected at their ends by hinged connections to form a stable configuration. When loads are applied to a truss only at the joints, forces are transmitted only in the direction of each of its members. That is, the members experience tension or compression forces, but not bending forces. Trusses have a high strength to weight ratio and consequently are used in many structures, from bridges, to roof supports, to space stations.The Pros of a Truss Bridge 1.…

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