These negative effects are caused primarily by a lack of carbohydrates in the body, which results in an increase of ketones, or poisonous chemicals. And, as it turns out, many organizations including The American Heart Association, support the fact that these effects do occur after following the Atkins dieting plan. The American Heart Association, specifically, has said that the decreased intake of carbohydrates and an increased ingestion of proteins and fatty foods does not conform to their dietary guidelines and can lead to seriously negative results and health risks. The less severe disadvantages surrounding the diet consist of physical weakness, low energy level, slower reaction times, headaches, and dehydration. These less dangerous, yet clearly relevant reactions are due to the elimination of carbohydrates from the diet.
This may result in unsafe product. Low acid ingredients may lead to grow of botulism bacteria. - Do not add fat or butter or some oils to canned products, unless written in recipe. Butter and fats do not store well and may increase the rate of spoilage. Adding fat may slow the rate of heat transfer and result in unsafe product, because poor heat transfer may again lead to grow of botulism bacteria.
Iron deficiency causes the psychomotor development degradation, mental development disorder (Wirth et al., 2009), reduced the productivity and immune function, risked pregnancy causes premature delivery, and resistance to the cold temperature. Thus, the strategies to reduce iron deficiency are significantly necessary to improve health and welfare. The efforts that can be undertaken to diminish iron deficiency are providing a diversity of food, food supplement, food fortification, and biofortification. However, the food diversity is ineffective for implementing in the developing nations which depend on the local food product that often limited in variety and have low income. Likewise, food fortification and supplementation are not applicable strategies in the underdeveloped countries because costly.
2015). Under Mg deficient conditions, carbohydrate loading into phloem may be blocked due to accumulation of sugars and starch in leaves and thus create hindrance in sucrose transportation from shoots to roots, specially at initial Mg deficiency stage. Mg toxicity also effect plant growth as transcriptional level of starch deterioration enzymes like AtAMY1 andBAM1 are remarkably enhanced while transcriptional level of enzymes for starch biosynthesis like SS1, SS2, GBSS1 and APL1 are extremely prohibited under Mg toxicity. In Arabidopsis it was noticed that Ca and Zn minerals contents were highly decreased while Mn and Fe minerals contents were minutely increased under Mg toxicity (Guo et al,. 2005).
It was also found that free chlorine or chloramines were not able to effectively filter out sucralose from water. The researchers stated that sucralose could be used to effectively indicate anthropogenic influence. The study also found that the concentration of sucralose did not great... ... middle of paper ... ...roorganisms, and mammals. These studies suggest that artificial sweeteners may have huge negative consequences for their consumption. More research may be necessary to fully understand the effects of these artificial sweeteners, due to the fact that there is little research pertaining to their effects on the environment, and that the effects of artificial sweeteners on humans are highly controversial.
After knowing that, people should realize that it is time for environmental management to co... ... middle of paper ... ...ls are not very suitable for drinking water but they could be suitable for plants and animals to live with. The pH level from both sample one and sample two of runoff water was eight and a half. The tests from both sample one and sample two of runoff water contained a very high level of nitrate content of about ten and a half. The phosphate levels from both sample one and sample two was about 10 and a half. Conclusion: The phosphate levels in rainwater runoff in the environment can be very harmful to humans, but not plants.
Food spoilage can be seen through a number of changes in smell, colour, taste and touch. Food spoilage is a disagreeable change in the food’s normal state. Food can spoil due to various reasons. Oxygen: Air is made up of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen and a 1% mixture of other gases. It is essential for life but because it is colourless, odorless and tasteless it is often forgotten that it can cause food to spoil and have a deteriorative effect on fats, food colours, vitamins, flavours and other food components Microorganisms: There are different types of microorganisms.
Migraine headaches are associated with both tyramine and histamine, therefore those who suffer do from migraine headache have to stay away from drinking milk kefir. Section 5 (factors which will affect the fermentation process): There are a few factors that will affect the fermentation process are temperature, pH, time and aeration. High temperature may kill the bacterias, low temperature will decrease the rate of fermentation, the best temperature for kefir to ferment is
Salinity is a one of the damaging environmental factor that reduce the productivity of plant. (Shahbaz et al., 2011, 2012; Adebooye et al., 2012; Perveen et al., 2012). All around the world 5% of arabale land adversly affected by salinity stress (D. Molazem, E.M. Qurbanov and S.A. Dunyamaliyev, 2013). Salinity affect the global dry land 2.1% (FAO 2003). Arid and semi-arid regions are affected by salinity due limited rainfall, high evapo-transpiration, and high temperature , low osmotic potential of soil and poor management (Azevedo Neto et al., 2006).
Post- harvest yield losses are higher in infected tubers as the shelf life is reduced (Zadeb et a l.,2008). Some authors have mentioned that when infected tubers are marketed locally they could still fetch their normal price but problems arise when the potatoes are to be exported and the washing processes will make the tubers more visibly unsightly and therefore difficult to market. 2.17 Control measures for common scab The management of common scab is very problematic and there has been no effective control method hitherto (Dees et al., 2013).There are however some methods that have been shown to lessen the effects of this disease. Common scab can be controlled by the use of certified seed, use of seed dressers such as pentachloronitrobenzene(PCNB) or mancozeb dust (Agrios ,2005). However freshly cut tubers can be affected by high concentrations of mancozeb (Pung and Cross S, 1999) Potato monoculture should be avoided to reduce inoculum and crop residues should be destroyed after harvest .Common scab thrives in dry soil conditions, application of adequate water from tuber formation to about 6-8 weeks can greatly ... ... middle of paper ... ...ato Council.