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Importance of soy protein in your diet

...he high protein content of soy in your diet.// Soy bean protein is a useful food because it is low in saturated fat and cholesterol. If one wants to reduce the total calories in your diet, doctors feel that it may be a good notion to replace soy for some common animal foods, like meat or dairy products. ...

Dark chocolate can help ease symptoms of diarrhea

... study has now confirmed an ancient myth that coco bean can be used to treat diarrhea following the findin...as been known regarding the qualities of the cocoa bean or more specifically why it has been used in the treatment of diarrhea. It is believed that cocoa ...

Incorrect lifestyle may be the cause of male infertility

... culprit. Scientists believe chemicals in the Soya bean mimic oestrogen, which can be the cause of a host of fertility problems. With an exhaustive list of factors reducing male fertility, men certainly need to be aware of them, and be careful of their lifestyle, including what they eat and what they wea...

Bacterial infestation in food very critical!

In a latest development a producer of mug bean sprouts had to stop production due to an outbreak ...ronto Sun Wah Trading Inc. to halt distribution of bean sprouts (mung beans) as the product may be contaminated with Salmonella. Two hundred and ninety cas...

Re-evaluation of the soy protein’s effects to reduce cholestero

Soya bean is very rich in proteins and it is considered as an important factor to reduce cholesterol. The soy protein reduced the bad cholesterol (low density lipoprotein-LDL) and other risks of developing a heart problem. // But after the new study conduct...

Kids Fall Ill After Consuming Ricin-Contaminated Castor Beans in China

...at all the poisoned students were taking part in a bean planting activity, which was organized by the provincial youth working commission in collaboration with a local company. An official with Xi'an Xijing hospital confirmed that all the students were being treated at the hospital. The report added that ...

Decaffeinated Coffee Might Protect Against Adult Onset Of Diabetes

...als, which are found in rich amounts in the coffee bean may be effecting favourably the blood-sugar levels or protecting the pancreas from stress. The researchers, who had published their study in the Archives of Internal Medicine, had based the study on more than 28,000 post-menopausal women in Iowa ov...

Sanitizer For Contaminated Sprouts Developed

... that eating raw sprouts or lightly cooked moong bean sprouts produces a risk of exposure to salmonella or E. coli. Warriner recommends the sanitizer to be safe and environment- friendly. "There's actually no residue at all," he said. A global patent for the sanitizer has been submitted and its produc...

Bread enriched with lupin may help stave off calories

...g appetite. Lupin is a serious contender with soya bean for its increasing protein content. The investigators conducted a study with 16 subjects who were given either white bread or lupin enriched bread in different combinations. It was observed that people who consumed LKF fortified bread for breakfast...

Raw (or) Undercooked Sprouts May Carry Harmful Bacteria

...deral agency reported that sprouts, including mung bean and alfalfa sprouts, which are considered as low-calorie diets, may carry bacteria, including salmonella and E. coli O157:H7. Fresh produce can sometimes be contaminated with harmful bacteria while in the field or during storage or handling – They wa...

Briton Set for Pacific Solo Odyssey to Highlight Warming

...getables for the row to Hawaii. She will also grow bean sprouts, a trick she learned from other trans-oceanic rowers. Though her mode of transportation may be crude, she will be chronicling her voyage with 21 century technology. Armed with laptops in waterproof cases, digital cameras, and GPS trackers...

US Rejects More Food from India Than from Any Other Country

... too filthy to eat. Chinese products like seafood, bean curd and noodles were also filthy, The New York Times has reported. But the FDA did not reveal the quantity of the products turned back, making it impossible to determine whether it was just a box of produce or an entire shipload, the Times pointed ...

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