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Adding Sorghum Compounds To Dietary Supplements May Help Lower Cholesterol

...rs and found that a lipid extract from whole grain sorghum kernels had a dose-dependent effect on cholesterol... has shown that both the components found in grain sorghum lipid extract work collectively in lowering plasma and liver cholesterol concentrations. For the s...

Bio-Technology Initiatives to Feed Research On Sorghum Crop

...es, to take forward the research on the ubiquitous sorghum crop that is the only succor to a starved African ... three years, concentrating their expertise on the sorghum genes. By tweaking genes from other crops and orchestrating genes from within the sorghum plant itse...

Redbridge- A New Gluten-free Beer Launched

...introduced Redbridge- a beer made from gluten-free sorghum for those allergic to gluten and those who have opted for a gluten-free lifestyle. Food containing gluten is known to cause Celiac disease, which damages the intestines. Gluten is a protein present in wheat, barley and oats. Angie Minges the prod...

Wet Distiller's Grains Could Play a Role in Cattle Diets

CANYON -- Wet sorghum distiller's grains can be fed in a steam-flaked co... gain more information on the feeding value of wet sorghum distiller's grains plus solubles, the study included 400 head of cattle. These cattle were divided b...

Ethanol Could Be Damaging for Human Health, New Study Says

... produced from renewable resources such as corn or sorghum and can be blended with gasoline as a 10% (E10) or 85% (E98) blend. When 15% gasoline is blended with 85% ethanol, a fuel called E85 is created and can be used in vehicles classified by automobile manufacturers as Flexible Fuel Vehicles. 'We foun...

First Genetically Engineered Maize Resistant to Maize Streak Virus Produced in S. Africa

...and eventually displaced native food crops such as sorghum and millet. aize streak virus, an endemic pathogen of native African grasses, was then carried to maize plants by viruliferous leafhoppers. They said that African scientists have been working for more than a quarter century on developing resistant...

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