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Dietary phytonutrients – Secret for the good food to taste ba

...ant against being eaten by harmful herbivores. The plants which contains phyto nutrients are Sprouts, grapefruit, cabbage, kale, mustard seeds, arugula, spinach, dark chocolates and it is understood that small amount of phenol, flavanoids,isoflavones are needed to stay healthy. But the food manufacturers re...

Fight anemia by fortifying crops with iron!!!!!!!!

...ron supplementation is expensive, fortification of plants with iron and using it in turn to fight anemia in people is fairly cheaper, scientists say. This idea has found a lot of enthusiastic support amidst the scientific community. Certain genes have been identified in plants, which are helpful in accumul...

Tea Tales

Tea derived from the plants Camellia sinensis contains polyphenols in the form of flavonoids and its sub group flavanols, which gives the tea its antioxidant properties.Polyphenols protect the cells from damaging physiological process known as oxidative stress. Oxidation...

A non-stick danger

...wn as trifluoroacetic acid (TFA) which is toxic to plants and does not break down in the environment, a study in today's Nature reveals.TFA is known as a breakdown product of gases that were introduced to replace ozone-destroying chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), but present environmental levels of TFA are not ac...

Steps To Improve Quality Of Plant-Based Drugs

...to start registering farmers who produce medicinal plants to ensure the raw material itself meets standards....listed a series of measures to boost the medicinal plants sector. // As a first step, licensed manufacturers of drugs making use of plant-based material wil...

Fresh approach to TB treatment

... pathways are commonly found in fungi, animals and plants but this was the first that this gene had been found in bacteria. We now see the gene in several of the databases containing the genetic blueprints of different mycobacteria. “It gives us the prospect of using existing anti-fungal compounds where th...

Air pollution may raise risk of lung cancer

...ce suggests that an air pollutant emitted by power plants and vehicles raises the risk of lung cancer.City l... political debate that revolves, around huge power plants that continue to burn coal, and sometimes diesel fuel, to provide low-cost electricity for many subu...

Diet irregularities lead to stomach cancer

...edient in Aspirin, is proving effective. All green plants generate salicylates as part of a natural defence ...hers believe that modern farming methods mean that plants with "infections" do not get through the food chain and, as a result, human levels of salicylates ca...

Herbs With Estrogen Action Aggravate Cancer Risk

... risk of estrogen-related cancers. While all the plants can successfully be used to ease a wide variety of symptoms, particularly those associated with menopause and the corresponding drop in natural estrogen levels, researchers say women who want to limit estrogen exposure should think twice before using...

Tea can prevent aging

Tea derived from the plants Camellia sinensis contains polyphenols in the form of flavonoids and its sub group flavanols, which gives the tea its antioxidant properties. Polyphenols protect the cells from damaging// physiological process known as oxidative stress. Oxidat...

Common Plant Triggers Asthma

...lso collected data on pollen levels from trees and plants from 10 monitoring stations and information on air...he two plants, Plantago and Poeceae. Both of these plants are found throughout Europe. The study found for the Poeceae plant, the emergency admission happene...

Estrogen in Food Reduces Cancer Risk

...gen-like compounds which occur naturally //in many plants and fungi. They are found in many soy-based foods and added to other foods such as white bread, coffee and orange juice. Researchers from the Northern California Cancer Center evaluated the association between dietary intake of seven specific compoun...

Selective eating just an evolutionary trait?

...ut scientists say thousands of years ago toxins in plants could have harmed children, and meat carried a high risk of food poisoning.So it makes sense that humans may have evolved to be highly suspicious of certain food types as youngsters. Researchers questioned 564 mothers of young children about their e...

The Role Of Calcium In The Formation Of Kidney Stones

...who consumed the least amount .Phytate is found in plants and cereal grains and is found to inhibit the formation of kidney stones by preventing tiny crystals of calcium oxalate from forming. Calcium oxalate is a component of kidney stones. According to the research, diet plays an important role in the dev...

The Role Of Calcium In The Formation Of Kidney Stones

...who consumed the least amount .Phytate is found in plants and cereal grains and is found to inhibit the formation of kidney stones by preventing tiny crystals of calcium oxalate from forming. Calcium oxalate is a component of kidney stones. According to the research, diet plays an important role in the dev...

The Role Of Calcium In The Formation Of Kidney Stones

...who consumed the least amount .Phytate is found in plants and cereal grains and is found to inhibit the formation of kidney stones by preventing tiny crystals of calcium oxalate from forming. Calcium oxalate is a component of kidney stones. According to the research, diet plays an important role in the dev...

Mercury Pollution Linked To Rise In Autism

...s released in the environment because of the power plants that consume coal. According to the researchers, on an average, for each 1000 pounds of mercury that’s released into the environment, there is a 61% increase in the rate of autism with 43% increase in the rates of special education services. Mercury...

Human immunity system can battle HIV.

... RNA silencing and is often a common phenomenon in plants and animals, only it was not known for humans. The process, which works by RNA silencing, can ultimately destroy the RNA of the virus. The scientists of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, US, it is possible to cause sequence spec...

Air pollution to affect diabetes patients’ cardiovascular risks

...are most caused by heavy flow of traffic and power plants that burn heavy amounts of coal. They had used the technique of brachial artery ultrasound to detect the response of the blood vessels of the participant patients. The researchers feel there is a requirement of more intensive study to find out why d...

Pollution Free Hydrogen based fuel for Energy

...n free. A similar mechanism is already followed by plants to make energy by the process of photosynthesis. Stanford researchers in the article on June 24 in the journal Science say that that such a conversion "would improve air quality, health and climate"-especially if wind were used to generate the elec...

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