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Fruits of Miracles - ... Lena tells Beneatha to love her brother when he is in a time of crisis and to understand what tribulations he had to go through (hills and valleys) out of love for his family. Lena’s establishes peace between Walter and Beneatha by teaching them to forgive each another and value family harmony above all else. The family peace is thus preserved and ultimately this unity allows the Youngers to stand by one another at the end of the novel in the decision to move into their new home and persevere against racial pressure....   [tags: American Dream, Death of a Salesman] 1211 words
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The Mango: Asia's King of Fruits - The Mango: Asia's King of Fruits The genus Mangifera is one of the 73 genera belonging to the family Anacardiaceae in the order Sapindales. The greatest number of Mangifera species are found in the Malay Peninsula, the Indonesian archipelago, Thailand, Indo-China and the Philippines. Edible fruit is produced by at least 27 species in the genus, primarily species found in Southeast Asia. The mango's scientific name is Mangifera indica. Asia has held the mango with high esteem and has been considered to be the 'king of fruits'....   [tags: Botany]
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Fruits and Vegetables: Contamination and Food Borne Illnesses - ... When we begin to think about that, we wonder how the fruit got from the place of origin to the grocery store and still look like it was just harvested. It gives consumers cause for concern when they have no idea what is being put on their produce and possibly being digested by themselves and their families if not washed properly. Take for example, bagged, pre-cut, and ready to eat salads. Many people use and eat these salads everyday. The process by which these salads are made can easily allow for contamination and the introduction of pathogens into the lettuce....   [tags: nutrition, technology, food borne illness, diet]
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Testing the concentration of Vitamin C in different juices and fruits - Testing the concentration of Vitamin C in different juices and fruits. Aim: - To test the concentration of Vitamin C in different types of Juice and fresh fruits. Hypothesis: - I hypothesize that all the fresh fruits and fresh juices will have more Vitamin C than the processed juices or concentrates. Background:- Vitamin C also called ascorbic acid is one of the most essential nutrients for human beings. It is used for almost all metabolic reactions in the body. It is also used as a food additive....   [tags: Experiment Analysis] 1131 words
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Comparing and Contrasting Fruits and Junk Food - Comparing and Contrasting Fruits and Junk Food To many people, especially children, the word snack implies thoughts of chocolate and sugar; however, in the early twentieth century, people relied on fruits to fulfill their desire for a between-meal snack. It was even a privilege to some children to receive an apple or a banana from their parents as an after-school snack. Unfortunately, children today prefer junk foods like candy bars. However, popular preference is not always the best way to go....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 455 words
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The Roots of Education are Bitter, but the Fruits are Sweet - A time approaches in every person’s life when they must come to learn new things. Speaking on behalf of all those who have attended school at some point in their life, I must say that most do not like it for its educational significance. Today’s youth undervalue the worth of America’s public school system to the point of shame. Hard-working, underpaid teachers and professors prepare to educate these ingrates as their living, and it’s exasperating for the students to not even care. I must be fair though and call attention to the fact that not everyone shares this loathe for education and schooling....   [tags: essays research papers] 428 words
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Fruits of Love Revealed in Gary Soto's Oranges - The Fruits of Love Revealed in Gary Soto's Oranges   Imagine that it's winter and cold outside. There's nervous electricity around you, and love is a new and exciting experience. In your heart you feel warmth you've never known before. This is the moment Gary Soto captures in his poem "Oranges". The feeling and power of adolescent love is created using tone, contrasting imagery, and symbolism. First, the use of tone in "Oranges" clearly helps to set the theme of the poem. Children often talk with simple sentences that directly state what happened....   [tags: Gary Soto Oranges Essays] 686 words
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The Bearer Of The Fruits Of Sin - The world of Puritan New England, like the world of today, was filled with many evil influences. Many people were able to withstand the temptations of this darker side of the spiritual world, but still some fell victim to the supposed Satan’s will. Such offences against God, in thought, word, deed, desire or neglect, are what we define as sin (Schuler 14). In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, the reader is able to observe how one sin devastates three lives. Hester, Dimmesdale, and Chillingworth are all guilty of succumbing to temptation, anger, and desire, causing all to fit the definition of a sinner....   [tags: essays research papers] 849 words
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Forming the Pomegranate - Forming the Pomegranate pome·gran·ate Punica granatum Punicaceae Derived from Old French pome grenate: pome for apple and grenate, having many seeds. And there is also Latin: grantus, granum, grain, seed. This skin of a pomegranate is like tissue, the inside of the body, like blood clotting. Soft tissue. At least twenty-seven different hues of red. Or any other number, perhaps it is more. Pomegranate red when a lip is bitten, the inside of the mouth--soft tissues of the mouth. The fruit's body is deformed, rough, parched....   [tags: Fruits Foods Papers] 2645 words
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Student Nutrition - Introduction The general topic to be discussed in this research plan is nutrition, peoples eating habits and what impacts it has on them. The diet a person has can either have a positive or negative impact on the body; this research will look into how particular diets affect academic performance. Past research on the topic suggest that a well-nourished diet has positive impacts on academic performance. The literature review will give detailed information on past findings, research methods and conclusions on the topic....   [tags: Nutrition]
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The Importance of Fruit in a Well-Balanced Diet - An apple a day keeps the doctors away. Is that cliché really that far off. Actually, no; that statement holds truth. Everybody knows the importance of fruit as a part of a well-balanced diet, but most people do not know just how good fruit is for health. Not only does fruit aid in good physical health, but it also provides benefits for good mental health. Fruit makes weight loss more efficient and heightens brain functions. Eating a healthy amount of fruit improves the ability for the body to lose weight....   [tags: Nutrition]
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How to Make Fruit Smoothies - Ever wish there were a delicious smoothie somewhere to buy at an inexpensive price. Well there is, and there is no need to go out. Read this section on how to make fruit smoothies and make a scrumptious smoothie. To make a good smoothie, the materials needed are: about ¾ cup of juice, or milk, about 2 cups of fresh or frozen fruits, ½ of yogurt, and finally, 6 cubes of ice if the fruits aren’t frozen. A blender that can crush ice well and that has a secure lid is also required. Unlike other recipes, a smoothie recipe doesn’t have to use exact measurements....   [tags: Recipe Instructional Essays] 531 words
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Buying Local Foods is Better - Have you ever considered what is in the food you are feeding your children. Most foods that are bought at the neighborhood grocery stores are considered global foods which are packed with additives and chemicals making them far less nutritious than local produce from the community farmer‘s market. After much research, I have concluded that it is better to buy produce which is grown locally rather than produce which is sourced globally (from other countries). I think this is important because most people, like myself, buy global foods and do not realize how much better local foods are for the local economy, the global environment, and our personal nutrition....   [tags: Persuasive Essay]
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Protocol to Utilize Motivational Interviewing: Fruit and Vegetable Intake - ... Research has demonstrated that MI is more costly than traditional methodology due to the additional staffing and time required to appropriately deliver the intervention (Campbell, et al., 2009). Additionally, for MI to be appropriately practiced, the practitioner must undergo training that is typically two days in length (Alexander, et al., 2010; Miller & Mount, 2001). The additional time and training does come at some cost to the practitioner which may be passed to the patient. Further research is needed to determine if the added cost of MI provides benefits to justify the financial burden on both patient and practitioner....   [tags: DNP, healthcare, nursing, older adults]
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Aquaponics: The Physical and Environmental Benefits - Growing food with Aquaponics is more efficient than growing food the traditional soil garden way. In a typical soil garden, growers end up spending hours of their time doing back breaking work on their garden, but not anymore, with Aquaponics the need for any tilling, digging, or weeding is eliminated. Aquaponics combines Aquaculture (Raising fish in tanks), and Hydroponics (Growing plants without soil). The outcome is a working system that provides plants with all the nutrients they need, while using a minimum of space, effort, water, fertilizers, and pesticides....   [tags: Agricultural Research ]
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Fairy Tale or Epic Allegory - Goblin Market is one of the masterpieces of Christina Georgina Rossetti; composed in 1859 and was published in 1862 in Goblin Market and Other Poems. She was an English poet in Victorian era, a period when the Bible was chiefly and frequently read and people were too religious. Also, it was the time of sexual repression; to enjoy or to talk about sexual passion was considered a sin. Moreover, women were confined to their home and education was denied; it was an era of male dominance (Mitchell 150)....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Improving the Resource Accountability Practices in DLi Corporate - DLi states that its vision is to see World Class Servant Leaders Raised Up In Every Vocation. Since servant leadership is enshrined in the vision of the company, it would therefore be reasonable to assume that the company has clearly examined what Servant Leadership is and developed measureable outcomes against which to measure results. Page (2009) states that ‘good Christian servant-leaders serve God through investing in others so that together they may accomplish a task for God’s glory” (p.439)....   [tags: Case Study]
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Investigation to analyse some fruit and vegetable juices for the contents present in them. - Analyzing Fruit and Vegetable Juices Fruits and vegetables are important components of our diet. We take fruits in raw state or in the form of juices, while vegetables are taken in the cooked form or sometimes as juices. Fruits and vegetables provide us carbohydrates, proteins and various other important organic compounds. The juices are rich sources of minerals, vitamins and many micronutrients (calcium, iron etc.) essential for us. For example, iron deficiency in humans causes anaemia and anaemic persons are advised to take leafy vegetables e.g....   [tags: Papers] 2113 words
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Kochs Postulates - Koch’s Postulates Introduction Koch created four guidelines to determine the causal agents of disease in humans, animals, and plants. Koch proved that a disease-causing agent could be transferred from one organism to another and create the same illness. Isolation of pure cultures and the introduction of the disease-causing agent to a healthy organism will transmit the disease and infect the inoculated organism. Koch’s four guidelines by which one must follow to transmit a disease from an infected organism to a healthy one are as followed: 1....   [tags: essays research papers] 1008 words
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Personalized Nutrition and Exercise Plan - Personalized Nutrition and Exercise Plan Personal Nutrition Exercise Plan The major goal in life that will add great health and longevity to one’s life is to have a healthy diet along with the proper amount of physical activity added to it. This is something that I have learned a lot about in this class. Now I am trying to balance my own individual needs with plenty of physical activity which allows me to develop a plan that helps me to maintain a healthy weight and prevents disease from appearing and with an active schedule with school, work, and teenage daughters it could be pretty changing to follow a healthy diet plan; however the true rewards of it is to be healthy, happy, with plenty of energy....   [tags: Health] 1490 words
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Uterine Leiomyomata - INTRODUCTION The term uterine leiomyomata (UL), also referred to as fibroids, describes tumors that are non-cancerous and stem from the myometrium, smooth muscle layer, and the adjoining connective tissue of the uterus. They are considered the most common form of non-cancerous tumors and are usually observed in women at some stage in their reproductive years (Cigna, 2009; Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 2012; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2011). Despite the fact that most incidents of UL are without symptoms, they can grow and initiate heavy and painful periods, abdominal pain or swelling, back ache, urinary frequency or retention, and in some cases contribute to infertility....   [tags: Medical Research]
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The Botany of Desire, by Michael Pollan - ... But how does this explain the security of a plants reproduction. It is necessary to mention that plants not only produce fruits to stop herbivores from eating the plant, but in their own diabolic plan, plants found a new way to spread their seeds through fruits. Herbivores would eat the fruits and as a result expelled the undigested seeds somewhere away from the plant. Also it is noteworthy to explain that when animals eat seeds, in the process, they help to germinate them, easing their reproduction on contact with the soil. Not only is health important to a flowers reproduction, but traits that are symmetrical in nature always seem to reproduce the most....   [tags: Defining Beauty, Flowers]
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Pests that Infest Mango and Guava Trees under Field Condition at Qaliobiya Governorate - Mango and guava are the most important and popular fruits in Egypt, the mango were considered the third major crop after citrus and grapes. According to the survey of ministry of agriculture of Egypt, the mango and guava trees occupy 102352& 30431 feddans, respectively producing about 325465 & 228814 tons mango and guava fruits, respectively. Due to the great damage can be done by the scale insects not only by sucking the plant sap that give low photosynthesis and respiration, which leads to curling, yellowing, dropping to leaves, so malformation, dwarfing and decreasing fruit production ( quality and quantity ),even plant death; but also due to the excretion of large amount of honey dew that rich in sugars and nitrogenous components, so give a good media for sooty molt fungi that increase the inhibition of photosynthesis quality of plant (Radwan 2003); Where the mealy bugs only can losses 750 million American dollars per year ( Moffit , 1999 )....   [tags: Ecology] 882 words
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Government Intervention in Agriculture Industry in Indonesia - Nowadays in Indonesia, Fruits and vegetables have become rare items due to slow distribution and poor transportation (TheJakartaPost, 2010). This will cause price of fruits and vegetables to increase due to shortage of supply. Not only that, inequality in distribution of income by farmers has take place due to lack of capital acess (TheJakartaPost, 2010). The market economy requires institution such as government to implement policies and making decisions to maintain market and avoid market failures like monopoly and negative externalities....   [tags: Agriculture ]
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Seduction and Lust in Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market - Seduction and Lust in Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market A seemingly innocent poem about two sisters’ encounters with goblin men, Christina Rossetti’s “Goblin Market” is a tale of seduction and lust. Behind the lattice of the classic mortal entrapment and escapement from fairyland, “Goblin Market” explores Laura’s desire for heterosexual knowledge, the goblin men’s desire for mortal flesh, and Laura and Lizzie’s desire for homosexual eroticism. Goblin men fascinate the sisters Laura and Lizzie, innocent virgins who were taught not to “peep at goblin men” (Rossetti, l....   [tags: Goblin Market]
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Heaven's Delight - Vanilla - Heaven's Delight - Vanilla Commercial vanilla is the fruit (capsule) obtained from several different species of Orchidaceae, namely, Vanilla pompona Schiede (West Indian vanilla), Vanilla tahitiensis J. M. Moore (Tahiti vanilla) and Vanilla planifolia Jackson (Mexican vanilla). The most important is Vanilla planifolia Jackson, from which almost all vanilla fruits come from (Ferrão, 1993). The genus Vanilla has about 100 species, and the Orchidaceae family is one of the largest in the Plant Kingdom, with more or less 20,000 species....   [tags: Botany]
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Fairy Tale or Epic Allegory - Goblin Market is one of the masterpieces of Christina Georgina Rossetti, composed in 1859 and was published in 1862 in Goblin Market and Other Poems. She was an English poet in Victorian era, a period when Bible was chiefly and frequently read and people were too religious. Also, it was the time of sexual repression, to enjoy or to talk about sexual passion was considered a sin. Moreover, women were confined to their home and education was denied, it was an era of male dominance. The poem might seem to be a fairy tale about two sisters, Laura and Lizzie, and their misadventures with the goblin men, but it is very complicated....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Pomegranates - ... Because it's more concentrated, pomegranate juice is slightly higher in calories than whole seeds at 120 calories per 8-ounce serving. Like whole pomegranates, pomegranate juice is rich in antioxidants. This nutrition information applies to pomegranate juice, not to the sweetened mixture of juice and simple syrup called grenadine. Going beyond the label reveals the full extent of pomegranate's health benefits. <b>Pomegranates and Antioxidants</b> Pomegranates' deep red color delivers more than just plate appeal; that garnet hue signifies the fruit's rich supply of antioxidant phytochemicals such as tannins and anthocyanins....   [tags: History, Practical Value] 1030 words
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Benefits of Eating Apples Regularly - ... Apples are known for their health benefits and are now found to have potential for fighting cancer and booster the effect of chemotherapy drugs. Fresh apples and apple extract that can fight inflammation and can inhibit spread of cancer; in addition, reduce the chances of cancer metastasis and even lead to cell death in liver cancer, breast cancer and colon cancer. As the result, all of component of apple have more benefits for health. Eating whole apple can prevent cancer. Fat is a member of the class of compounds called lipids....   [tags: Vitamins, Minerals, Disease Prevention] 928 words
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Three Days Food Intake - ... The effects of eating too many macronutrients or not enough can cause under-nourishment or over-nourishment. “Over-nutrition occurs when long term human energy intake exceeds energy expended on basal metabolism, digestion, work and leisure” (Huffman, Huffman, Rickertsen, & Tegene, 2010, p. 5). Over-nutrition of any nutrient in some instances can create toxicity in the human body that may result in future morbidity. The macronutrient intake during the 3-day-diet ranges both inside and outside of the recommended ranges....   [tags: nutrition, health, protein, carbohydrate, lipids]
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Research Paper - ... (KAMADI, 2013). This shows that “la pate” is less nutritious than rice and wheat that are used in the Mediterranean Diet. In Benin we have a varied diet, and most meals consist of a starch with “stew”, “soup” and some bite-size chunks of meat, fish, or chicken. Breakfast includes options such as bouillie, quaker and doko. Bouillie is porridge in French, quaker is how oatmeal is called and doko is a classic fried wheat dough ball eaten by itself or with bouillie. It is made with white flour, yeast, salt, and sugar....   [tags: health, mediterranean diet]
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The Cuisine of Madagascar - Madagascar’s cuisine can be clearly marked by its sheer simplicity. The food is prepared without too many spices, but the lack of spices does not make the food dull and bland. Cuisines of France, China, India and also East African and Arabian cultures have all made their influence felt in Madagascar. The traditional cuisine of Madagascar consists mainly of rice. The rice is called “Vary” and it is typically eaten with some accompaniment, which is called the “Laoka”. As you move down the country towards the southwest regions, you will get to eat rice that may be supplemented or replaced by ground maize....   [tags: Food, Culture] 609 words
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Similarities Between Humans and Chimpanzees - According to National Geographic, scientists have sequenced the genome factor of the chimpanzee and found that humans are 98.5% similar to the ape species. The chimpanzee is our closest relative in the animal kingdom; however, some people are not aware of our resembling traits with chimpanzees. Jane Goodall’s, In the Shadow of Man, describes some similar traits humans and chimpanzees have such as their facial expressions and emotions, use of tools, and diet. Chimpanzees portray their emotions through a number of facial expressions and mannerisms....   [tags: Evolution] 665 words
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Do You Need An Antioxidant Supplement? - You have seen them advertised everywhere. Magazines and television commercials are always displaying ads for an antioxidant supplement. Before knowing if you need them it is important to know what they are. There are powerful and much needed supplements especially for those of us who do not eat enough fruits and vegetables. Antioxidants are beneficial in keeping our bodies healthy. We are all searching for ways to improve our health and to look and feel younger. Antioxidants are meant to protect the cells in our body from damage caused by free radicals....   [tags: Antioxidants] 532 words
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August Chores - August can be a terrific month in the garden. Traditionally August is the beginning of the tomato harvest season and all warm season vegetables should be maturing this month. In addition, gardeners can plan for fall crops of lettuce, spinach and other greens. August is not all sweetness and light however. Heat, insects and disease can take their toll. Don't let neglect destroy a summer's work. Weed, water and watch. Stressed plants are more susceptible to the ravages of disease and insects, and an overly-dry plant is a stressed one....   [tags: Gardening ] 627 words
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Themes Presented in Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti - Themes Presented in Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti Christina Rossetti's used her poetry to express herself; her work exhibits many autobiographical elements and from it the reader can discern Rossetti's emotions, beliefs and her comments on the society she lived in. As a female poet it would have been improper for Rossetti to deal directly with these issues though and so her ideas are masked through appearing to be children's poetry and having simple meanings. 'Goblin Market' superficially appears to a moral story about two sisters one of whom gives way to the temptation of the goblins forbidden fruits but through her poetic techniques Rossetti manages to embody her fears and desires....   [tags: Goblin Market Christina Rossetti Essays] 1177 words
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Child Nutrition - Child Nutrition Fueling Growth Children come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Their genetic blueprints determine how fast and how big they will grow. Some children are destined to grow slowly while others make rapid leaps in development. Genetic, environmental, hormonal, nutritional and behavioral factors work together to determine a child's rate of growth. As the caregiver, your job is to provide the right materials for growth - a wide variety of nutritious foods. Nutrition During Pregnancy Proper nutrition during pregnancy plays a vital role in determining the health of the newborn child....   [tags: Health Nutrition Pyramid Diet] 1774 words
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Nutittion and Dieting Done Right *Missing Works Cited* - Nutittion and Dieting Done Right *Missing Works Cited* People in America are becoming more and more overweight. They are lacking information about nutrition. They don't know that certain foods can prevent certain diseases. Here's some information to help you understand the importance of eating and dieting right. OBESITY IN AMERICA It seems that in today's society, families are too busy to sit down and eat dinner at the table like a family. The parents are too busy with work, and the children have after school activities....   [tags: Papers] 1109 words
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Hair in Ancient Egypt - In Ancient Egypt, hair was an important issue. Hair was cut short or shaved off. Men have short hair. Women have plaits or a ponytail that hangs down the center of back. Priests have no hair anywhere. People also had hair loss. Ancient Egyptians have a lot of hair accessories. They used headbands and pins. They stuck berries and petals in their hair. They used combs, tweezers, shavers, and hair curlers. The combs are usually made of wood or bone. They shaved with a stone blade, then a copper one, then finally a bronze one....   [tags: essays research papers] 656 words
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Raw Foods Diet - What’s up with the Raw Deal. The Atkins diet. South-Beach Diet. Jenny Craig. Weight Watchers. But a Raw-food only diet. What the…?. Consuming only raw foods. Not cooking anything. Isn’t that unhealthy. Not according to advocates of this diet. The raw foods diet is among some of the latest fad and celebrity-hyped diets out there today, you can even find some restaurants that only serve raw foods. The name of the raw food diet says it all: You only consume raw, unprocessed foods. Diet devotees claim the diet improves nutrition and health, offers spiritual enlightenment and improves digestion among other things....   [tags: essays research papers] 384 words
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The Cells of the Mouth - The cells of the mouth have some of the fastest turnover rates in the body. This is because oral cells have to grow quickly enough to aid the immune system, to keep nearby organs free of bacteria. Good nutrition also supports the immune system, and the body’s ability to control oral bacteria so they can digest or begin the digestion process without damaging gum, teeth, or tissue. Food that remains in our mouth too long causes bacteria to grow, causing decay in teeth and gums. All carbohydrates break down into simple sugars: glucose, fructose, maltose, and lactose....   [tags: science, diet,] 2165 words
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The Coconut King is Dethroned! - Education is destroying Kerala. In Lawrence Gable’s article, “Kerala Turns to a Machine,” the promise of free education is slowly demolishing its coconut industry. For years, India’s caste system has been a dominant force in its society, but it is being broken down in the world’s coconut capital: Kerala. This system controls the lives of Indians, controlling who they are to associate with, the quality of their lives, and whether or not they receive the coveted privilege of education. However, in the past few years, the Indian government has offered education without charge to people of the lower castes, opening doors to opportunities for the minimum wage coconut pickers of Kerala....   [tags: Agriculture] 923 words
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Nutritional Guidelines for Infants and Toddlers - The importance of nutrition in infancy and toddlerhood actually begins before conception and continues throughout the entire pregnancy. It is vitally important to take care of oneself before one actually becomes pregnant. This is not only to ensure a healthy pregnancy but also a healthy baby. Once the baby is born, breast-feeding is one of the healthiest ways to provide nutrition to your child during the first year. This continues throughout their life by choosing healthy foods for your toddler....   [tags: nutrition]
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Global Markets, Represented Through Food - The components of the meals I chosen are: steak, green peppers, onions, rice, and for the second meal, pasta, hamburger, and spaghetti sauce. The rice came from China, and the pasta originated from Italy. Rice comes from the rice plant. It originated in China, grown on flooded terraces, and became a part of all Asian cultures, not just the consumption of it, but also the backbreaking work associated with it and the seasonal happenings such as monsoons. Hamburger was originated in Hamburg, Germany....   [tags: Economics]
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Farm to Table - “Don’t put that in your mouth!” Many of us remember our parents saying those very words whenever we would try to sample some odd find, whether it was a toy, rock or plain old dirt. Nowadays, more and more people are saying just that in regards to fruits and vegetables grown the conventional way, and saying yes to organically grown produce. From healthier food to an economic boost to helping protect our environment, organic produce has several advantages over regular produce. Perhaps the most important benefit is to the consumer, in terms of health benefits....   [tags: Nutrition ]
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A bird-feeding program for late-fall through early spring - The chilly evenings in autumn are signs that winter, and cold weather, are approaching. While you might not feel the need to feed the wild birds who come to visit your yard in the spring and summer, you may want to help them survive the hardships of winter by setting up a feeding program for late-fall through early spring. Nature's Bounty Forget about your late-fall yard maintenance project and leave your withered annuals and late-blooming berries where they are. Birds and small animals will eat the dried fruits, seeds and flower heads from your summer and autumn plants, and can find shelter in the brush....   [tags: Orinthology] 1254 words
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10 Eco-Friendly Tips for Sustainable Gardening - In today's grim economy and moving forward into an uncertain future, an increasing number of people have started using organic gardening as a means to grow some of their own food. While this was once a common practice during the Victorian era, organic gardening has made quite the come back in the past couple of years. In fact, Americans all across the country are taking advantage of everything from vacant lots to their own backyards. Sustainable gardening is a perfect method of supplying your household with healthy, organic fruits, vegetables and eggs too....   [tags: Environmentalism, Agriculture] 1025 words
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Vegetarian Diets - Growing up in India, I have heard much about vegan diets. Many people take on vegetarian diets due to religious beliefs, personal interest, ethical issues, and many other reasons. So what exactly is a vegetarian diet. Is it better for the body. Vegetarian diets can provide the necessary nutrients; as well, as reduce the likelihood of chronic diseases caused by unhealthful diet; however, if the food intake is not closely monitored it can lead to deficiencies. Then the question becomes, if vegetarian diets are better, then why exactly do we need meat products in our diet....   [tags: Nutrition ]
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Fast Food Restaurants: A Detriment to the Health of Americans - ... The issue is that fast food chains have now resorted to chemically enhanced fruits to give to children and adults to seem as if it is healthy, but in reality, these fruits have a special chemical coating that enables the fruits to look fresh but it actually is old and deemed unhealthy. Fast foods are filled with trans fat and calories, causing excessive weight gain, and eventually obesity. A meal at Mc Donald’s (including a Big Mac, medium fries, and a small Coke) is 1,080 calories. This is over 50% of how much a person should be eating daily....   [tags: health, obesity]
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