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Botanicals in Food Supplements: Criticisms and Novelties from Two Up-Dated Conferences
The use of botanicals (herbs and algae) in food supplements is an argument that is receiving more and more attention, as indicated by the number of publications and meetings related to the topic. In Europe there is a substantial presence of plant and plant extracts in dietary supplements, representing, in some Countries, about half of these products. Two recent international conferences, organized by CEC Editore (Milano, I) in occasion of the NUCE meeting (Milano, I, September 24-26) confirmed the interest of the audience in receiving updated information on the matter.
Encapsulated Folic Acid in Cheddar Cheese Reduce Methionine -Induced Hyper-Homocysteinemia in Male BALB/C Mice
This paper is based on research carried out in 2009 in the low-income residential area of Epworth in Harare, Zimbabwe. The paper assesses the contribution of rural-urban linkages to the food security of urban households in a crisis context. Research findings demonstrate that in conditions of extreme economic distress such as those that were besetting Zimbabwe at the time, the socio-cultural linkages that exist between the city and the village, as well as the economic relations of reciprocity embedded within these interactions are crucial to the survival of distressed urban households.
Application of Antibrowning Agents in Minimally Processed Cabbage
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of storage at 0°C and 5°C on the color and organoleptic quality, of fresh-cut cabbage during the addition of ascorbic acid, citric acid and calcium chloride and during Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) with low Ο2 concentrations (1.5%) and high concentrations of CΟ2 (17%).
Assessment of Chemical and Microbiological Quality of Pasteurized Milk Sold in Wad Medani Market, Gezira State, Sudan
The present study was conducted to investigate the chemical, physiochemical and microbial characteristics of pasteurized milk samples obtained from selected markets in Wad Medani city, central Sudan, and to compare these characteristics with the international standards.