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  • Wheat Disease Research Paper

    History of Wheat and Celiac Disease Wheat of the centuries has been a source of food and nutrition all over the world for many different cultures. Originating in southwest Asia, the crop was bought and sold by traders from Europe and Africa and eventually making it over to the Americas by the early 1600s. The first archeological findings of wheat being made into bread can be found in ancient Egypt along the Nile River sometime around 5,000 B.C. as well as India, China, and even stretching all the way to England. It was said that the wheat grain could sustain a man and his livestock for a thousand years without hunger. People of the time became so dependent on wheat that if a shortage or loss of the crop occurred a global disaster could…

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  • Australian Wheat Board Case Study

    The Australian Wheat Board (AWB) is now known as the biggest corporate corruption scandal in Australia’s history as it attempted to undercut agreements endorsed by the UN’s Oil-for-Food program by compensating the Saddam Hussein rule in Iraq through illicit payments, which infringed the programme’s intent. These bribes began while the AWB was still under government control; with illegal activity continuing after the organisation was privatised in 1999. Australia’s trade reputation was tarnished…

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  • Research Paper On Celiac Disease

    diagnosed symptoms, this disease is a challenge to identify and is normally misdiagnosed. However, being the next title holder, I would have the opportunity to speak to a wide variety of people about Celiac disease and the symptoms. In doing so, I hope to decrease the number of Americans that go undiagnosed and educate people on what this disease actually is. I also want to focus on the fact that this disease, or a disease, does not define you. Celiac disease is an autoimmune digestive disease…

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  • Bread Milling Process

    Next, is the milling process. Here, the wheat is turned into flour. Rotating at different speeds, the grist is passed through a series of fluted break rolls. These rolls are needed to shear the wheat open. This separates the white inner part from the outer skin. Secondly, the wheat grain fragments are separated by an arrangement of sieves. For final milling into white flour, white endosperm particles are channeled into a series of smooth reduction rolls. Pieces of bran with the endosperm…

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  • Cereal And Caryopses

    Among the most common grains include: corn, wheat, barley, rice, and oats (Brown, 2015). While shredded wheat, hot cereals, and oatmeal, contain no further ingredients, most breakfast cereals contain added ingredients such as sugar, sweeteners, vitamins, coloring agents, and minerals. Types of breakfast sweeteners include, white sugar, brown sugar, high fructose corn syrup, malt, and concentrated fruit juice for natural flavors. Flavors such as cinnamon, chocolate, and fruit flavors are also…

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  • Foot-And-Mouth Disease Virus

    impunity. Equally costly to our agricultural base are pathogens that attack plants. One of the more devastating is called wheat stem rust, also known as black rust. Black rust is a serious disease of wheat and barley caused a fungus known as Puccinia graminis. Although black rust is not the most common rust disease of wheat rust, with wheat leaf rust being the most common, it certainly is the most dangerous (Signh, et al., 2008). Black rust spores can be aerosolized and spread quickly by the…

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  • Celiac Disease Research Papers

    the choice to go on a gluten-free diet being they have a wheat gluten allergy from having Celiac disease. “Celiac disease is an immune disorder that is characterized by an abnormal immune response to wheat gluten and other related proteins like barley and rye” ( DeBruyne 2016, p. 521). This means a person with this disorder must avoid thing that are made form wheat, rye, or barley products. To understand Celiac disease, we need to recognize what this disease does to the body. When a person that…

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  • Causes Of Celiac Disease

    Historically, oats were not allowed to be consuming while on a gluten free diet for a patient with celiac disease. Still, to this day the question on whether or not they are truly gluten free is still floating around. This has been a debate for those who have celiac disease because a person with this disease may not consume gluten. Celiac Disease is an inflammatory disease that destroys the lining of the small intestines and prevents the absorption of nutrients and vitamins into the system. The…

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  • Gluten Free Grains

    intolerance, eating even a small amount of this protein can cause extreme health problems. Even those who avoid gluten because of related allergies can suffer if they accidentally ingest this protein. Wheat is off the table for anyone following a gluten free diet, but what some people don't realize is that this means you should also pass on barley, rye, spelt, farro, and spelt among other grains. For this reason it's important to find some good gluten free grains to replace those in your diet…

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  • Woodchucks Persuasive Speech

    "It could have been intentional, not accidental," said Senator Dick Durbin, an Illinois Democrat, said in an interview after meeting privately in his office with federal health officials. "Economic fraud is a theory" the investigators are pursuing, Durbin said. Senator Durbin has spearheaded a campaign to fully investigate how the tainted wheat gluten and rice protein complex made it into more than 100 different types of pet food in the US. Federal investigators are now examining whether the…

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