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Meat lovers Alert

Meat lovers must be alert  In ancient times, the man was happy to eat fresh roasted meat at jungle. Only a few herbs were supposed to be  suitable for eating. Latest research conducted at the University of Graz showed that people who eat too much meat (especially red meat) are 20 percent more at risk to develop cancer. Meat has high saturated fats, which are reported to …

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Alcoholic fermentation in beer formation

Bushragull42@gmail.com Alcoholic fermentation is applied for leavened bread and alcoholic beverages. In this process sugars are converted into CO2 and ethyl alcohol. For this process we can use several yeasts but mostly we use saccharomyces genus species such as  S.carolsbergensis and S. cervisiae. We produce beer from barley. From barley …

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Western chocolate corporations causing new ‘Dust Bowl’ in third-world countries with destructive cacao farming practices Wednesday, January 27, 2016 by: Jennifer Lea Reynolds The effects of the Western World’s less-than-ideal way of farming, coupled with its need for greed, are being felt in countries across the globe – and that’s …

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Vitamin C, A must take food ingredient

Vitamin C, A must take food ingredient Noreen Fatima, Rahil Shahzad, Shakra Jamil, Dr. Sajid UR-Rahman, Dr. Muhammad Zaffar Iqbal Agricultural Biotechnology Research Institute, AARI Faisalabad. Introduction Vitamin C also known as ascorbic acid, is very important for humans as well as for animals. It is water soluble and occur …

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Nutraceuticals: Functional Food Products

These are the food products that contain extra health benefits in addition to the basic nutritive value it contains. The term ‘’nutraceutical’’ consists of two words, nutrient means nourishing food component and ceutical is derived from pharmaceutical which means a drug. In other words, these are the medicinal foods beneficial …

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Climate Change and Global Food Security

Changing environment is predicted to have a general negative effect on plant growth due to the damaging effect of high temperatures on plant development. The increasing threat of climatological extremes including very high temperatures might lead to catastrophic loss of crop productivity and result in wide spread famine.so it is …

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Bio fortification: To Overcome Malnutrition

Bio fortification is to improve strength or quality by adding something. It is the scientific method for improving nutritional value of food being consumed by people. Bio fortification is the process of breeding food crops which are rich in micronutrients. In bio fortification essential nutrients can be supplied through staple …

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