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Sweet corn releases antioxidants on cooking

... There has always been a common misconception that boiling or steaming vegetables and fruits lowers their nutritional content. According to new study, one loses some vitamin C when you heat produce but, you may well gain more antioxidant power than you lose on cooking. For vitamin C is not the only antiox...

Haggis listed as restricted food in Scotland

...th spices inside the sheep’s stomach and cooked by boiling and haggis is eaten along with Scotch Whisky to celebrate Robbie Burns the legendary Scots poet. The Scottish officials as not banned eating Haggis which is known to contain high fat, the officials have already banned smoking in public places. They...

The Fight Against Hepatitis

...y educational Programs like stressing the need for boiling water etc. e) Prevention of alcohol abuse As far as India is concerned, we have included the hepatitis B vaccination in our Immunization schedule to be given to all newborn infants; quality of screening of the donor blood has improved to a great ext...

Stay Healthy with Herbal Tea

...gen. Herbal tea is generally prepared by pouring boiling water over the leaves or tea bag. One should not leave the tea in the pot longer than it says on the instructions. Leaving the tea too long can also have a negative affect on the taste. Groche also advises drinking medicinal teas for a limited pe...

Burn Hospitalizations on the Rise

...om electrical appliances (10 percent); scalding by boiling tap water (5 percent); and chemical burns from acids and caustic or corrosive products (4 percent). ? Nearly two out of three burn admissions were for patients younger than 45 years of age. Patients under age 18 accounted for 27 percent of admissi...

Japanese 'bilk' the Cow for Beer

...ted using hot air rather than flame, given its low boiling temperature. Except for milk, the new beverage contains the same ingredients as lager or ale, and it looks like regular filtered beer after fermentation. But, as the producers say, it tastes fruity and has a distinctive aftertaste. The new brew ...

Helium Helps COPD Sufferers to Exercise

...active of the nearly inert noble gas elements. Its boiling and melting points are the lowest among the elements. Except in extreme conditions, it exists only as a gas. After hydrogen, helium is the second lightest element and also the second most abundant element in the universe. This was the first study t...

Crushed Garlic Has Health Benefits

...hers found that garlic cooked for three minutes in boiling water or in an oven at about 400 degrees Fahrenheit has the same amount of the anti-clotting compounds as raw garlic. But cooking uncrushed garlic for six minutes completely suppressed the anti-clotting properties, the researchers added. Galmarini'...

Food Preparation may Play a Bigger Role in Chronic Disease

...oking to reduce AGE intake, particularly steaming, boiling or making stews, can make a difference. "Keeping the heat down and maintaining the water content in food reduces AGE levels," Dr. Vlassara says. A 50 percent reduction in AGE intake could have a significant and positive impact on overall health and m...

Now, a Kettle That Will Give a Cup of Tea in Just Three Seconds

...e machine produces is very hot, it is not quite at boiling point. As a result, tea lovers may find it doesnt draw as much savour from a tea bag. Likewise, the water might not be quite hot enough to work with all types of dried soup, hot chocolate or a Pot Noodle. The company also warns that it would not be...

Boiling Makes Broccoli to Loses Its Anticancer Properties

... of cancer . But, researchers have now warned that boiling these veggies makes them to lose its anticancer pr...les. The loss of total glucosinolate content after boiling for 30 minutes was: broccoli 77 percent, Brussel sprouts 58 percent, cauliflower 75 percent and gree...

Farm Milk Reduces Childhood Asthma and Allergies but Raw Consumption is Unsafe

...ss of whether it was boiled before consumption. As boiling is likely to have been over-reported, this could indicate that pasteurisation is not as important as previously thought, as compounds other than microbes may offer a protective role. "But despite our findings, we cannot recommend consumption of raw...

No More Smelly Feet With Bamboo Socks

...g. The fabric is made from cellulose produced by boiling or steaming bamboo poles and the smell-destroying agent bamboo-kin is still effective after 50 washes. "Bamboo socks are a major step forward," Watson said....

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