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Vitamin C Content in Fruit Juices

- Aim: To investigate the vitamin C content of fruit juice. Introduction In this experiment I will be finding out which fruit juice contains the most vitamin C. I will be using a method similar to titration but I will be using a syringe instead of a burette. Vitamin C Vitamin C also known as ascorbic acid is needed for growth and maintenance of healthy tissues, especially skin, blood vessels, bones, gums, teeth. Vitamin C aids in resistance against infection and healing of wounds. It also helps the body absorb iron from food....   [tags: science experiments, ]

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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]

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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]

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A Glance into Global Orange Juice Production

- A Glance Into Global Orange Juice Production Oranges originally come from Asia, but were brought to the Mediterranean during the 13th century (Morton 1987). They were first used in medicine, then grown for consumption, and by the 1500’s were found in South America and Mexico. There are around 12 varieties of oranges, grown in places such as the U.S., Brazil, South Africa, and the Mediterranean. The orange tree grows in subtropical climates, may reach a height of 25ft and has compound leaves up to 6in....   [tags: highly consumed juices]

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Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big

- Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big To fully understand this book, people must go behind the book and find the true state of mind of the author. Unfortunately in this case, the author is the one and only Jose Canseco. Jose Canseco is what I like to call, “The black sheep in the family of baseball.” Canseco’s history can be related to such incidents of drug using, heavy drinking, numerous sexual encounters with hundreds of partners, and unreasonable acts of violence....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Food Safety Modernization Act ( Fsma ) On Beverage Industry

- mpact of Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) on beverage industry produce fruit juice contain drinks in the USA 1. Introduction: According to the Center of Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), there are around 48 million people get sick annually due to food borne diseases. One out of six people in the USA get sick or suffer from foodborne illness in every year. More than hundred thousand are hospitalized and thousands of Americans died every year (“Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) > Food Safety Legislation Key Facts” 2015)....   [tags: Food safety, Food, Foodborne illness, Juice]

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Food And Its Effects On Food

- Food is a topic that has been fought a million times and will continue to be fought a million more. But, who can blame anyone for trying to find that miracle cure when it comes to food. We all want there to be an easy solution to every predicament we have, but it just is not possible. There can never be one easy solution to any problem as complex and misguided as this one. So it makes sense for there to be controversies over which foods are “healthiest” for the average individual, which foods help with certain displacements, the miracles food has been mistakenly identified with, and now whether or not the government should be imposing their ideals of which foods and diets are the “healthiest...   [tags: Nutrition, Food, Sugar, Syrup]

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Test for Starch and Reducing Sugar Present in Apple and Pear

- Test for Starch and Reducing Sugar Present in Apple and Pear Title: Quantitative test for starch and reducing sugar present in apple and pear Aim: To find and compare the amount of starch and reducing sugars present in apple and pear. Principle: In testing the amount of reducing sugars, the fruits had to be grounded into juice. Since reducing sugars are soluble, the sugar present in the fruit would dissolve into the juice. We can dilute and control the volume of fruit juice when doing the test, hence it is easier to compare the quantity of reducing sugar in the same amount of apple and pear....   [tags: Papers]

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Food Travels Through the Body

- The esophagus is an eight-inch tube which connects the pharynx to the stomach. This organ is very muscular. After swallowing, chewed masses of food are carried across the length of the esophagus. A muscular ring called the “lower esophageal sphincter” or “cardiac sphincter” is located at the inferior end of the esophagus. Automatically, this sphincter shuts the end of the esophagus to keep stomach contents from traveling backward. Once food travels through the esophagus, it is ready to be transferred to the stomach....   [tags: digestion, ucler, reflux]

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The Oral Cavity Is The First Part Of The Digestive System

- The oral cavity is the first part of the digestive system, it is basically the mouth containing the teeth, the tongue, salivary glands, uvula, and the pharynx. When food enters the mouth it is welcomed by the teeth which immediately start the mechanical digestion that occurs in the mouth. The teeth work along with the tongue to turn the food into bolus (small rounded masses of chewed food). While the food is being chewed and moved around the salivary glands secrete saliva, which has the purpose of helping break down the food into simpler molecules and make it easier to be swallowed....   [tags: Digestion, Pancreas, Digestive system, Liver]

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A SWOT analysis of Retail Zoo’s Boost Juice Bar’s

- The sole purpose of this report is to present a SWOT analysis of Retail Zoo’s Boost Juice bar’s also known as Boost, and from the analysis, to make recommendations for further future success for Boost. The report is based on multiple sources such as industry reports as well as company reports and boost’s own website and so on. The findings of this report demonstrate that Boost’s performance has been relatively successful since its launch, however through this report there has been some opportunities identified that may further expand the business in the near future, by building new strategic alliances with leading nutrition groups, new food menus to compete with its fast food market and a bu...   [tags: nutrition, market, boost juice]

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The Digestion System ( Gi ) Tract )

- The digestion system is also called the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, which is an open tube run from the mouth to the anus. It contains many different organs that have different jobs and function to help break down the food molecules into smaller molecules for our body to ingest and absorption nutrients, vitamins, eliminate toxic substances. The first digestion always takes place at the mouth by using teeth to chew or grand food into smaller molecules which make it easier for the digestion process....   [tags: Digestion, Stomach, Digestive system, Pancreas]

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The Art of Roasting Techniques

- The art of roasting is a technique that has been used for centuries. Even back before modern cooking techniques, people roasted food over open fires. Today, roasting is achieved by enclosing the item in a dry, hot, smoky environment. Usually, large meat that could feed many is commonly roasted, whereas smaller foods, like portion sizes, are baked. Roasting is common when the chef seeks a classic, meaty flavor. To properly roast meat, one will need a roasting pan and a roasting rack. The key to roasting is making sure the whole piece of meat is exposed to the same temperature, and the proper amount of juices are saved for re-applying....   [tags: roasting, cooking, meat, chefs]

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The Process Of Digestion Starts

- The beginning process of digestion starts as pizza enters the gastrointestinal tract through the mouth, where the oral cavities begin mechanically breaking down pizza by the cutting, ripping, and grinding actions of the teeth. As the pizza breaks down it is mixed with saliva; salvia contains salivary amylase, this converts the starches in carbohydrates into simple sugars. Therefore, as your saliva and rolling motion of the tongue turns the pizza into a soft, pliable ball called a bolus. As the bolus slides down into your throat (pharynx), this allows for you to swallow....   [tags: Stomach, Digestion, Digestive system]

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Evolution of Learning Ability in Fruit Flies

- Learning & Memory in Fruit Flies Scientists have traditionally viewed learning and memory as "complex traits" in the sense that they are believed to be the net result of various different genetic and environmental factors interacting with one another. As it is not always practical or ethical to use human subjects in research, simpler "model" organisism are often used, and drosophila melanogaster (i.e. the fruit fly) is one of the most well known and well studied in the biological sciences. Abstract Two thousand fruit flies of the species Drosophilia melanogaster were maintained for six months before any experimenting began....   [tags: Biology Fly Drosophila]

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The Physiology of Digestion

- Human Physiology is the science of physical, mechanical, biochemical functions of humans, tissues, and human organs. The reason for physiology is the understanding of how the body functions and just knowing your body period. Some references of physiology are the digestive system, transport system, functions of the liver and the absorption of food molecules. Starting off with the digestive system. Humans have a digestive system in order to break down the food that we consume. Sometimes the food we intake is made up of complex molecules that our bodies cannot directly receive nutrients and energy from....   [tags: absorbtion, liver, vili]

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Cucumber Recipes Useful for Skin

- Cucumber has been known as a part of the healthy diet. However, it also has a number of skin benefits, which you can take advantage. Here, we provide you few cucumber recipes useful for skin: Cucumber recipes: • Cucumber to prevent pimples & blackheads Apply grated cucumber over the face and neck. Leave if for 15 to 20 minutes. You will notice that it works as an excellent refresher. Regular use will help to prevent pimples, blackheads and dryness of face. • Cucumber to revitalize a dull complexion Prepare cucumber juice and add a drop of rose water and limejuice in it....   [tags: Heath Care]

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Should Colleges Ban The Selling Of Junk Food And Drinks On School Campuses

- Should colleges ban the selling of junk food and drinks on school campuses. This is a very controversial topic because many people believe that there is nothing wrong with having junk food on campus. Junk food is referring to chocolates, chips, and sodas. Although that’s what some people believe, the government has a different opinion on it. They believe that schools should offer healthy and nutritious snacks, but the cost to offer all the healthy food is going to depend on the school to pay for it....   [tags: Nutrition, Junk food, Obesity, Public health]

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Jamba Juice And Its Effect On Our Life

- If you bought a smoothie recently you may have been shocked at the price. Jamba Juice is a well-known smoothie chain, and it strives in promoting a healthy living style. When you bought this smoothie you maybe thought you were paying for the health benefits or quality. But that isn’t true, you were paying for the product and materials that went into serving that smoothie. Jamba Juice was simple back in 2008, only serving smoothies, but began a strategic move to transform. Consumers wanted more than something they can drink, they wanted food too....   [tags: Supply and demand, Elasticity, Adam Smith]

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Christina Rossetti 's `` Goblin Market ``

- One of the beautiful aspects of Christina Rossetti’s “Goblin Market” is its ability to be interpreted in several ways. Rossetti’s words do not lend themselves to be interpreted strictly; rather, the reader is awarded the opportunity of exploring the text and deciding on which analysis he or she prefers or finds the most obvious. One interpretation that is very strongly represented in “Goblin Market” relates to religion; it is an interpretation based on the text as an allegory of the biblical story of temptation and Christ’s redemption....   [tags: Adam and Eve, Garden of Eden, Serpent, Bible]

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Genetically Food And Genetically Modified Organisms

- In the world we live in today, processed food and genetically modified organisms have earned a commonplace in our everyday life. Some people don 't care and others worry about it constantly. Then there are the in-betweeners who don’t care enough to eat a 100% organic but also do not want to be tricked into purchasing something that is marketed as healthy when it really isn 't. For example, take Simply Orange juice or Tropicana, Products that marketed as “pure”, “natural” and “simple” are actually far from it....   [tags: Coca-Cola, Pepsi, The Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo]

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Monster Bevrage Corporation Business Analysis

- Monster Beverage Corporation The Hansen Beverage company (recently changing their name to Monster Beverage Corporation on January 5th of 2012), was a family owned and operated company in the 1930’s, selling freshly squeezed juices to local film studios. In the 1970’s, one of the Hansen brothers decided to transition their beverage business into marketing ‘natural sodas’. This was the upturn of the company that led them to where they are today. Today, Monster Beverage Corp. has transformed into the largest energy drink company in Canada with sales of more than $ 2.1 billion in 2012....   [tags: Business Management, Energy Drink]

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Understanding And Organizing Your Business

- Understanding and Organizing Your Business 1. Imagine you are starting a small business and it is your goal to create a successful business. What is your business. What products and/or services are you selling. The business is a mobile cold pressed juicing company. The purpose of the business is to provide quality healthy drink options to health conscious grade-school teachers. I know a teacher and she expressed how much she would appreciate the availability of a freshly made juice while working....   [tags: Coffee, Drink, Customer, Marketing]

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Cystic Fibrosis Presentation

- SLIDE 1 Life threatening condition Inherited disease Common in Caucasian • Affects the production of mucus, sweat, digestive juices and infertility Nurses deal with many different types of illnesses and conditions. There are different kinds of genetic diseases. One of the most common life threatening conditions is cystic fibrosis. According to the US Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, “projected life expectancy for the patients has increased from 31 to 37 years over the past decade” (O’Sullivan & Freedman, 2009, p....   [tags: Power Point Presentation]

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Management Report of the Comparison between Coca-Cola and PepsiCo

- Current Strategic and Financial Analysis Introduction: A SWOT analysis for Coke and Pepsi will cover the following: The company’s strengths and competitive advantages over the other; The weaknesses of external and internal factors leading towards a decline in revenue sales; Opportunities to buy into and make risky business decisions of either entering new markets or acquiring another company; Threats to the market and legal cases that each company faces. Coca-Cola Strengths: • Today Coca-Cola controls 42% of the soft drink market....   [tags: Current Strategic and Financial Analysis]

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Comparing the Efficiency of Sports Drinks and Orange Juice

- ... Electrolytes by definition are compounds that conduct an electric current when they are in an aqueous solution or in the molten state. All ionic compounds are electrolytes. The following elements are electrolytes in a persons body: sodium (Na+), potassium (K+), chloride (Cl-), calcium (Ca2+), magnesium (Mg2+), bicarbonate (HCO3-), phosphate (PO42-), and sulfate (SO42-). The most common of these elements that are typically found in drinks are sodium, potassium, and calcium. Electrolytes are basically in all of a person’s body fluids....   [tags: electrolytes, energy, exercise]

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A New Line Of Sports Beverage Called Green Ox

- Green Ox Main Issue In 2003, Palmer Jackson, Inc. created a new line of sports beverage called Green Ox. This beverage has some differences from other similar beverages, as it contains the benefits of antioxidants and it can compete in more than one category, such as sports drinks, vegetable juices, and antioxidant supplements. These are not the only advantages of Green Ox, because some reputable reports argue there is a strong link between using the vitamins and minerals that Green Ox has to reduce the risk of some specific types of cancers, and Green Ox will launch on a type of market that is growing to 15% per year....   [tags: Coffee, Drink, Antioxidant, Beverages]

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Reminiscing & Looking Back At My Life

- My earliest memory of childhood joy was more of a feeling. I recall living in Queens, New York. My family consisted of my older sister, myself, my brother, and my little sister. My mother was the full time parent always at home no matter what. My father was always gone. He worked fulltime and lived across town closer to his job. At that young age, I just noticed him gone. I remember the feeling of being extremely happy and thrilled when he came by to visit because we missed him and he always gave us money....   [tags: family, memories, dog attack]

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Tobacco Has Taken The World By Storm

- Tim Serrano Professor Pilarski English Comp I 10 November 2015 To Vape or Not to Vape For years, tobacco has taken the world by storm. Addicted-adults willingly give up billions of dollars per year to leading tobacco manufacturers just due to the fact that they can not stop themselves from smoking. In recent years, a new alternative has come into the world claiming to be a “safer alternative” to tobacco products, like cigarettes and cigars. This product is the e-cigarette. Formerly labeled as a smoking cessation device, and now labeled as a smokeless-tobacco product (Palazzolo), e-cigarettes have been a controversy in America since being brought into the spotlight....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Smoking, Cigarette]

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Best Home Remedies For Chronic Digestive Disorders

- Best Home Remedies for Chronic Digestive Disorders The slowdown of the digestive system leads to many issues like acid reflux, constipation, heartburn, stomachache, bloating, nausea, indigestion, and more. It is not always necessary to run to the pharmacy to cure digestive issues. Conventional medicine only provides temporary relief from digestion issues whereas natural remedies can provide real solutions. Here is a collection of the best chronic digestive disorder home remedies to provide you with lasting relief from digestion problems....   [tags: Digestion, Stomach, Gastric acid]

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A Speech On Drinking Green Smoothies

- 1. Email One Welcome and Congratulations. You are taking the first step towards a healthier, thinner and happier you. I know you will enjoy all of the great health tips and tricks I will be giving you in the next couple of weeks to assist you in living a long and healthy life. You probably ended up here for a bunch of different reasons, but I am guessing you are here to either lose weight, get healthy, OR possibly to get more fruits and vegetables into your diet. Whatever the reason you came to the right place....   [tags: Nutrition, Health, Blood sugar, Juice]

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Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti

- Christina Rossetti was born in London on December 5, 1930. She is regarded by many as “one of the most important women poets in writing” in England during the nineteenth-century (Everett). Rossetti’s best known for writing a collection of pieces known as Goblin Market and Other Poems that was published in 1862 (Christina Rossetti). Many have argued that her most notable poem of the collection, “Goblin Market,” has a strong biblical undertone. By analyzing the characters and symbolisms of “Goblin market” against their biblical counterparts, we will attempt to find the stories true message....   [tags: jesus christ, bible, god]

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The Importance of Vitamin C

- Vitamin C For my topic, I chose to write a paper on ascorbic acid, or as it’s widely known Vitamin C a micronutrient. I chose to explore this nutrient and its benefits of it, as well as how it is obtained to help regulate body functions. It will also include some aspects of the absence of this vitamin in the body. Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin, and it is needed to promote growth of the body. It is also one of the providers of antioxidants found in nutrients that the body uses to block free radicals (Medline plus 2013) Vitamin C is an important nutrient that helps sustain normal functions in the body along with other nutrients to help the body perform as it should....   [tags: ascorbic acid]

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The Interesting, Complex Digestive System

- The human digestive system is a bodily process made up of many systems, organs and substances that break down food both physically and chemically for use by the body. But what exactly is human digestion and what happens to food as it moves through the digestive system. “…[digestion] is a group of organs working together to convert food into energy and basic nutrients to feed the entire body” (Tim Taylor). There are three major bodily mechanisms that contribute to the process of digestion. The first mechanism is the breakdown of food, the second mechanism is the process of extracting nutrients from food, and the third mechanism is excretion, or the body’s natural waste system....   [tags: body, enzymes, organs]

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What Are Unhealthy Dieting Practices

- Unhealthy dieting practices can lead to a number of chronic diseases including but not limited to diabetes, cholesterol, and cardiovascular disease. Because these diseases are chronic, they remain in a person’s system for the entire duration of their lives. Long-term effects of harmful substances can complicate the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract and may cause colorectal cancer. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state that colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in both men and women in the United States....   [tags: Digestion, Digestive system, Stomach]

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Synthetic Drugs And Its Effects

- Synthetic drugs are common across China, affecting the country in many ways Drugs were created for medicinal uses to help treat injuries or illnesses, however there are drugs that are exploited due to the body’s reaction towards the drug such as narcotics. A simple definition of synthetic refers to “ Man-made”(Van).The primary purpose of synthetic drugs are for medicinal uses. Meaning that it is for the use to aid people to recover from illnesses or injuries. Since synthetic drugs are man made the ingredients used in the process are artificial or may contain natural ingredients....   [tags: Drug addiction, Drug, Pharmacology, Heroin]

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Vitamin C And Its Uses

- Vitamin C and its Uses By: Nidhin Biju A food additive is anything that has been added to food to enhance it in texture, appearance and taste, or to preserve it. For example, in orange juice, one can find a daily dosage of Vitamin C. Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a hydrocarbon with a chemical formula of C6H8O6 that can preserve food, as well as add nutrients to whatever it is added to. Vitamin C can be found in every citrus fruit, as well as many non citrus fruits, such as papayas, strawberries, pineapples and cranberries....   [tags: Vitamin C, Vitamin]

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Questions On Farmers Market Assignment

- Farmers Market Assignment Instructions: Identify a local farmers’ market to visit. A local farmer’ market can be easily found by searching on the internet. Identify when the farmers’ market occurs. Visit the farmers’ market. Please note that a farmer 's market usually takes place in the parking lot, where farmers display their goods under tents. Visiting a grocery store that has "farmer 's market" as part of its description is not a farmer 's market. While at the market, take a picture of you and the farmer (the one you choose to interview) with his/her stall in the background and attach a copy of that picture to this assignment....   [tags: Organic food, Organic farming, Agriculture]

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Diversity in Animal Digestive Systems

- Objectives The purpose of this report is to make a description of the digestive tracts of pigs and sheep and also to explain briefly the process of digestion on ruminant and non-ruminant organisms. Furthermore there will be an analysis of the results that have been observed on the dissection practical. The report will be finalizing with a comparison between the digestive tract of pig and sheep. Introduction Digestion is the process that the food brake down into smaller components in order to be absorbed easier from an organism....   [tags: monogastic organisms, food, nutrients]

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Antibacterial Properties of Essential Oils

- ... Current rice drying uses a lot of drying passes by eliminating small amount of moisture (2% - 3%) in each pass by placing the rice to low heated air temperature up to 54°C for 15 to 20 min to minimize the moisture gradient during drying process. (Kunze and Calderwood, 1985). The research results have shown that rice dried with high air temperature (60°C) can eliminate a huge amount of moisture in single pass without reducing the head rice yield. (Cnossen et al., 2000; Cnossen et al., 2003). Knudson (1924) mentioned that during the process of flaring the mineral content is converted to metallic oxides which also possess individual powers of adsorption....   [tags: citus, peppermint, cooling]

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Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market

- There are several meanings and interpretations of Christina Rossetti’s, “Goblin Market”. “Goblin Market” is the story of two sisters, which one of them, Laura, is tempted to visit the new goblin market in town. Laura buys the fruit from the goblin men in exchange for a lock of her hair, despite the several warnings from her sister Lizzie not to consume the fruit. Laura gets sick and Lizzie saves her by going to the market. After the goblins taunt, tease and torment her with the tempting fruit, the fruit’s juices smudged in her face, she runs back home letting her sister kiss and suck them from her cheeks....   [tags: Goblin Market Essays]

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Digestive Physiology in Humans

- I. Introduction The human digestive system consists of organs from the gastrointestinal tract, which is a tube that goes from the mouth to the anus. Either end of the mouth and the anus contain a lumen, which is open on each side for the external environment. Everything inside the lumen is considered to be external to the body. The organs that make up the GI tract consist of the mouth, stomach, pharynx, esophagus, large intestine, small intestine, and the anus. The human digestive system also consists of other organs that help with digestion, such as the salivary glands, teeth, liver, tongue, gallbladder, and the pancreas(Allen, Harper 2009).....   [tags: mechanical and chemical digestion]

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Beneficial Effects of Probiotics

- ... Although lactobacillus plantarum cost are higher this certain strain of lactobacillus is specifically engineered to have more commercial benefits. Some benefits can also benefit the product itself. Like many other lactic acid bacteria lactobacillus plantarum229v releases lactic acid if in dairy based product lactic acid might bring a negative side effect of giving it a crude rancid taste and smell in juices with a sour taste like orange, black current, and mango these lactic acid give or enhance the taste....   [tags: ingestable micoorganism, metabolism]

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Anatomy: The Gastrointestinal Tract

- ... Doe to enjoy this disgustingly juicy burger. Taste buds are located near the back of the tongue but if you would like me to get technical with words, they are located at the posterior lateral area of the tongue. I can make a bet that some of you never knew that our tongue helps in the chewing, swallowing and ingestion of food while also helping clean our teeth. I know. Very weird right. Momentarily, we will begin accelerating downwards to the alimentary canal colliding in to various juices which actually contain enzymes....   [tags: alimentary canal, unhealthy food]

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Commercial Uses of Enzymes

- Commercial Uses of Enzymes The use of enzymes to modify foods has increased vastly and these fermentations are continuing to be important, however, a new type of enzyme industry has evolved which involves the use of harvesting enzymes from microorganisms. The production of enzymes from bacteria and fungi can be isolated from the growth media and cleansed and purified as necessary. Generally in industrial processes the enzyme is immobilised which allows t h enzyme to be re-used and also enable the products to be separated easily....   [tags: Papers]

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Sugar and Your Child

- Children usually consume a significant amount of foods containing sugars like candies, pastries, pastas, cookies, and white breads daily. If children regularly eat sugars, they are more prone to develop health issues such as obesity, tooth decay, and behavioural problems. Fortunately, these complications are preventable. Some dietary habits and behavioural modifications can help avoid them. Obesity The rate of obesity is rising among children. Foods containing sugars are a main risk factor for early-onset childhood obesity....   [tags: obesity, tooth decay, behavioral problems]

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What Does It Mean?

- WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE KOSHER What does It mean to be kosher. Kosher is the Hebrew word for…. It is a cornerstone for Jewish dietary laws. The term Kosher can be used in terms of food preparation or it could mean a type of food. Kosher foods are those which obey the principles of kashrut, Jewish dietary laws. The specifics of kosherality can be found in the Torah or…. MEAT/SEAFOOD Meat is a point of contention for those who follow kashrut. Leviticus 11:3-4 states, Whatever parts of the hoof and is cloven-footed and chews the cud, among the animals, you may eat....   [tags: Judaism, Torah, Kashrut, Halakha]

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Financials On Coke Vs Pepsi

- In 1886, the Coca Cola Company was developed but it wasn't until 1898 that the fierce competitor Pepsi-Cola entered into the market. These 2 companies are the two major players that dominate the consumer beverage (soft-drink) industry. Coke and Pepsi have since been competing to rein the global market in consumer beverages. The market of drinks in the United States alone is valued at more than thirty million dollars annually. With the growth of these two companies, PepsiCo has developed and acquired additional products outside the scope of just the consumer beverage industry, these products have helped the company to increase their exposure and position in the global market....   [tags: Business Finance]

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Composition of amino acids in strawberry fruits determined by gas chromatography with flame ionization under the influence of CO, NOx and SO2

- Introduction Amino acids are present in almost all foods in different relative items such as fruit juices, syrups, jams, jellies, wines etc. (Silva et al. 2005; Hua et al. 2014). In plant materials the amino acids are found in free form (L-configuration). Among the highly consumed fruits strawberries are widely used throughout the world for different purposes such as preparation of jams, jellies, decorating cakes etc. Due to high consumption, strawberry fruits are widely grown throughout the year irrespective of temperature, light and humidity in green houses by maintaining the temperature due to direct heating system or CO2 fertilizer units....   [tags: Carbon Monoxide, Agriculture, Strawberries]

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The Human Circulatory System Is The Most Complex Of All Organ Systems

- The human circulatory system is arguable the most complex of all organ systems. One of the crucial components of the circulatory system is blood. Blood is the medium the body uses to fight invading bodies, deliver elements needed for cellular reproduction, eliminate cellular waste products and carry out the process of coagulation. Blood is composed of plasma, white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets. Of the four components of blood red blood cells or erythrocytes compose the majority of bloods volume....   [tags: Red blood cell, Anemia, Blood, Hematology]

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An Case Study Of A 22 Year Old College Senior Dietary Concern

- In solving the case study of a 22-year-old college senior dietary concern, we start by examining her diet. Dawn is a vegan. Vegans exclude meat and milk products from their diets. Vegan-ism is one of many options if someone is trying to adapt to living a vegetarian lifestyle. Lactovegetarian is another vegetarian diet option. Lactovegetarians exclude eggs, meat, seafood, and poultry from their diet, but include milk and milk products. Similar to lactovegetarian in spelling, but different in diet is lact-ovo-vegetarian....   [tags: Nutrition, Vitamin, Milk, Veganism]

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History Of Wanderlust Sunshine Coast Is Just Around The Corner !

- Insert top-of-post callout here: Wanderlust Sunshine Coast is just around the corner. Don’t miss a chance to practice with us in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Now intro here, akin to YNON Yogi’s Guide to… And layout piece by suggested headers, letting people know where to go. Highlight the why’s. Always provide links back to other Wanderlust pieces that call out specific things. Sunspace ( Sunspace in the lovely area of Doonan is the perfect place to catch some sun as you sit amidst their organic garden and enjoy wholesome vegetarian cuisine....   [tags: Organic food, Organic farming, Coffee]

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A Brief Note On The Lap Band And Laparoscopic Gastric Band

- The Lap-Band: Also known as gastric band or laparoscopic adjustable gastric band. It has a high rate of long-term failure and has made it unpopular, though measures are being put in place to reverse the trend. Procedure: It involves the sewing of a silicone and Silastic band around the top of the stomach. A balloon around the inner surface of the band is connected to a tube that leads to a half-dollar-sized port above the abdominal muscles but below the skin. A saline solution might be added or removed to either make it tighter or looser during follow-up visits....   [tags: Obesity, Bariatric surgery, Bariatrics, Duodenum]

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Similarities Between The Dog And The Lizards And Digestive Systems

- 1.0 Introduction The similarities and differences between the dog and the lizards’ digestive and reproductive systems are explored within this essay. 2.0 The dog’s digestive system The dogs’ digestive system mainly consists of 15 different parts. These are the oral cavity, oesophagus, diaphragm, stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, duodenum, jejunum and ileum, transverse colon, ascending colon, descending colon, caecum, anal canal and the rectum (Aspinall and Cappello, 2009). Each of these play an important role in the dogs’ digestive system....   [tags: Digestion, Digestive system, Abdomen, Stomach]

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Pepsi And The Soft Drink Industry Leaders Post High Profits

- By and large, the soft drink industry leaders post high profits every year. Concentrate producers realize higher profits than bottlers in the industry generally (Daft & Marcic, 2001; Wilkinson & Kannan, 2013). That comes off as odd given than the commodities they sell can be generated rather easily (Louis & Yazijian, 1980; Yoffie & Harvard University, 2002). The high profits can be best explained through a Five Forces appraisal, which shows how the varied forces affect the industry’s profitability....   [tags: Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Cola, Soft drink]

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Coca-Cola and CCE Strategically Advance and Strengthen Their Partnership

- Background of the article and its relevance to the course content Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Co. is the world's largest beverage company. They have almost 500 brands which are sold in more than 200 countries at a rate of nearly 1.6 billion servings a day. Through the world’s largest distribution system, Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., The Coca-Cola Company allows consumers in more than 200 countries the opportunity to enjoy their sodas, juices, and sparkling beverages every day. Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., also based in Atlanta, bottles and distributes the majority of the beverages that the Coca-Cola Company creates as products....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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My Major Is Health Science ( Health Policy )

- My major is Health Science (Health Policy) and with this major, it is so broad that I believe I can do many things with it. I believe this major focuses on administration jobs whether it is at hospital, clinical, or school settings. By writing this legislation and acknowledging these steps of implementing, it will help with my future job such as administrating in a school setting in terms of providing healthier food and beverages and/or physical activity. My other option would to work in hospital setting under pediatric or my route could be completely different and work with adults and create or implement a policy that promote health and wellness....   [tags: Nutrition, Obesity, Health, Medicine]

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The Poem ' Goblin Market ' By Christina Rossetti

- In the poem “Goblin Market” written by Christina Rossetti the underlying theme of religion is quite apparent. The theme of religion in the poem is demonstrated by two concepts often seen in Abrahamic literature, temptation and redemption. Temptation within the “Goblin Market” is represented through the character Laura’s desire and redemption, on the other hand, is depicted through Lizzie’s will to help her sister. Throughout the poem, we can see many allusions to the Bible, some of which include a reference to the Garden of Eden and the selflessness of Christ....   [tags: Adam and Eve, Garden of Eden, Serpent, Adam]

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The, Pigs, And The Sus, Pig Their Digestive System

- Introduction Most organisms contain a form of digestion to break down the food source that has been ingested. As for the Sus, domesticus, pig their digestive system is referred to as monogastric, which is more common in regards to mammals. Similarly to mammals, Cyanocitta, Cristata, Blue Jays, fall in the same phylogeny as the Sus, domesticus in terms of them both being vertebrates, they share similar characteristics to Sus, domesticus s as well. (Kaiser, 2007). On the contrary Cyanocitta, Cristata contain a different digestive system, which is referred to as Avian....   [tags: Digestion, Small intestine, Digestive system]

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Sources Of Electrolytes: Which Drink Provides More Electrolytes

- In this project, I will investigate which drink provides more electrolytes: Gatorade, orange juice, coconut water, or spring water. Most experts agree that if you are participating in moderate exercise, drinking water should do the trick. But if you are exercising vigorously, you also need to replenish some of the salts that your body loses through sweat. These salts are called electrolytes. Water provides the liquid you need to avoid dehydration, but it does not have electrolytes. Electrolytes, such as sodium and potassium, are present in sweat....   [tags: gatorade, orange juice, sport drinks]

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The Importance of Water in the Human Body

- Water is an essential nutrient that our body requires every day. Without water human life cannot be sustained. Water deprivation kills faster than lack of any other nutrient. People do not think of water as a nutrient and don’t realize the important role of water in the body functions. Water facilitates the transportation system of the body. It is the medium by which all the other nutrients and other essential elements are distributed to every part of the body. Water also transports the waste from the body....   [tags: transport, drinking, dehydration]

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The Effects Of Smoking Cigarettes On The Body

- Tobacco has been around for centuries today we have many different ways to inhale tobacco. Cigarettes and vaping are the two most popular ways people are inhaling tobacco in today 's day and age. Even though cigarettes have been around for many decades, vaping has become a new sensation. Although the majority of the masses are switching from cigarettes to vaping, many are still set in their ways with an old fashion stog (cigarette). Since the studies of vaping are the bare minimal compared to the studies of smoking cigarettes, we still don 't know the long term effects vaping has on the body....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco smoking, Smoking]

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Enzyme, A Biological Catalyst ( Purchon 2012 )

- Introduction An enzyme is a biological catalyst (Purchon 2012). Its most basic function is to speed up the rate of reaction (Enzymes (n.d.). Without the existence of enzymes in living organisms, the process of digestion would take weeks. The function of our muscles, nerves and bones will also decrease in efficiency (Purchon 2012). Therefore, the activities in living systems are dependent on and mostly controlled by enzymes. Similar to other catalysts, enzymes can be reused multiple times, however, their natural properties are easily taken away or altered by heat (Purchon 2012)....   [tags: PH, Enzyme, Protein, Acid]

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White Wine And Honey Braised Chicken And Figs

- White Wine & Honey Braised Chicken and Figs There they were, sitting in my refrigerator, getting riper and riper, eight lovely mission figs. I had to use them up, they were it bit too soft for my taste to use in a salad or dessert, so I was browsing for a recipe and stumbled upon Mike?s Table, the web-site by a younger version of myself, from North Carolina. Michael Mulligan is a techie who likes to cook, regardless, as I am always on the lookout for a new braising recipe, Mike?s recipe for Honeyed Balsamic Braised Chicken with Figs, resonated....   [tags: Cooking, Meat, Cooking techniques, Pork]

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Consumption Is The Fruits And Vegetables Food Group

- The food group in which I must increase my consumption is the fruits and vegetables food group. The average number of servings of fruits and vegetables an individual is supposed to consume in a day is 7. My average number of fruits and vegetables is 2.5 servings which is not enough and is very bad. 4) In order to improve my health and to eat the average number of servings I could o a few things. Such as, I could prepare fruits and vegetables as snack for whenever I get hungry at school, I could also add more fruits and vegetables into my meals or I could change up my breakfasts and instead of always eating two pieces of toast I could eat some sort of yogurt with fruit or oatmeal with fruit....   [tags: Nutrition, Hamburger, Obesity, Insulin]

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The Six Major Processes Involved During Gastrointestinal Activity

- Identify and describe the six major processes involved in gastrointestinal activity. The six major processes involved in gastrointestinal activity include: ingestion (substance enter the oral cavity of the digestive track), mechanical processing (mastication consist of chewing/breaking down the substance and peristalsis consisting of involuntary contraction that assist the movement of food through the esophagus and intestinal tracts), digestion (chemical break down of substance into smaller fragments appropriate in absorption via the digestive epithelium), secretion (releasing of acids, buffers, water, enzymes, and salts from the glandular organs and epithelium of the digestive tract), absor...   [tags: Digestion, Stomach, Small intestine, Pancreas]

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Dental Caries And Its Effect On The Body

- The tooth is the hardest structure in the body, with the strength of enamel exceeding that of bone. If teeth are so tough that they can grind through wood then that begs the question why we keep losing them. It’s nearly inevitable that at some point in life you will lose some of this super tissue just by having a sip on your fizzy. Although it seems that there is a large number of ways for you to lose dental hard tissue, they can be boiled down into to broad mechanisms: Mechanical destruction e.g....   [tags: Tooth enamel, Dental caries, Carbon dioxide]

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Analysis Of Daily Cola ' Raises Cancer Risk

- Daily Cola “raises cancer risk” due to caramel coloring When it comes to soft drinks such as Coke, Sprite, and Diets Cokes, people tent to not to read what the drink is made of. These particular drinks contain a popular chemical product, which is called 4-methylimidazole (4-Mel). This chemical product gives soft drinks the caramel coloring. This chemical product produces a carcinogen, which is known as (4-Mel). If we go deep, there are no federal regulations that restrict the use of this risky product....   [tags: Coca-Cola, Soft drink, Drink, Caffeine]

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A Brief Note On Diabetes And Its Effects

- Diabetes is a disease, which can affect entire parts of a person’s body. It is known that the body cannot produce insulin by themselves . Insulin is a hormone made in the pancreas by beta cells. When food is consumed, insulin is released into the bloodstream where it helps to move glucose from the food eaten into cells and convert it into energy and store it. Without insulin, the body cannot use the energy stored in the body which in turn builds high sugar in the blood (Diabetes Australia, 2015).There are two major types of diabetes and these are type 1 diabetes (insulin dependent Mellitus), which is generally known to be precipitated by an autoimmune condition which destroys the cells in...   [tags: Diabetes mellitus, Blood sugar, Insulin, Diabetes]

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The Poor Feeding the Poor in America

- It is time for the United States of America to revamp the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly called the food stamp program. When a family, whose only means of support is the government, is able to enjoy a more luxurious diet than the family who helps to fund the SNAP program through taxation, there is a problem. The people of America are known for their generosity. If asked, very few Americans would refuse to feed the poor, but resentment begins to corrupt one’s feelings of generosity when one is coerced to give more of what one earns to the poor than one is allowed to keep for oneself....   [tags: U.S. Government ]

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Tattoos Should Be Allowed in the Workplace

- In today’s world there are several occupations one may choose from once receiving an education. Whether a person wants to be a doctor, a teacher, or a business person, one should be able to use their education to gain access to that job. Getting a job is no easy task, for there are many people who are also searching for that same job. Employers will interview many people just to find the right one and often times will have many stand-out applications to evaluate. When it comes down to making a decision, something as simple as having a tattoo could ruin every hope one has of getting the job....   [tags: body piercings]

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Given The Chance, I'd Tear You Apart

- She laid there. Stark naked. He had just stripped off all of her clothes. He moved back, just a bit, as he gazed upon the curves of her body. Her perfect tits. The gorgeous way her hips led up to her torso. The tattoo’s that littered her body. Her obviously fresh shaven pussy. He longed for her. That grin on her face drove him wild. He lowered himself, to bring his face level with her cunt. As he pressed his tongue against her clit, he slipped the middle and ring fingers of his right hand inside of her....   [tags: cum, inside, kiss, sex]

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Juhayna Food Industries Egyptian Leading Food Manufacturer

- Introduction: Juhayna Food Industries is a leading Egypt-based manufacturer specialized particularly in the production, processing and packaging of milk, yoghurt, as well as juice. Egyptian company's factories are composed of 8 companies. Six factories are included in the group. During the past three decades Juhayna has succeeded in achieving the loyalty of consumers through the variety of quality products as trusted household names 1. Juhayna owns about 6,000 acres in Aselaa, 2,600 acres in Wadi Al-Gdeed, inaddition to two farms based on the technology of milking rotor....   [tags: consumers, market, middle east]

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Animal Testing And Its Effects On Animals

- Animal testing is very cruel experiments conducted on animals to see if a product would be safe to use on humans. These animals are held in cages and are kept there until the scientists figure out which kind of experiment they want to put the animal under. It should seem that this is considered animal abuse but sense the government does it then it is okay. However, it is not okay that innocent animals are held captive and injected among other things, only to see if a product is safe or not and the results can often be fatal....   [tags: Animal testing, Testing cosmetics on animals]

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Coca Cola Vs. Dr Pepper Snapple Group

- Analysis of Competition Coca-Cola’s two most major competitors are PepsiCo(Pep) and Dr Pepper Snapple Group(DPS). PepsiCo is the world 's #2 carbonated soft drink maker behind the Coca-Cola company. Its soft drink brands include Pepsi, Mountain Dew, their diet alternatives, as well as Mug Root Beer and Sierra Mist. Soda pop is not the company 's only beverage either: Pepsi also sells Tropicana orange juice, SoBe Tea. Aquafina water as well as Gatorade sports drink. The company owns Frito-Lay, the world 's #1 snack maker aswell with it’s brands including those such as Lay 's, Ruffles, Doritos, and Cheetos....   [tags: PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Soft drink, Gatorade]

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Beauty Is A Girl 's Superlative Asset

- The term "beauty" has been a part of our vocabulary maybe since our childhood. Definitely, we can all recall that moment when we started to become more self-conscious. Whether or not we spent our time playing dress-up with our friends, or dressing our dolls, beauty was indeed at the forefront of our thoughts. Every girl desires to look gorgeous as beauty is a girl 's superlative asset. Are you amid those who think that they are not eye-catching enough to be able to impress a guy or amid those who think that beauty is a natural gift from God and that they are unfortunate in this matter....   [tags: Cosmetics, Cosmetology, Human skin color, Mascara]

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Ways to Do Conditioning for Basketball

- Basketball is a widely populated sport in today’s society since it was created in the late 1800s by Dr. James Naismith. Many fans enjoy playing basketball but most of them don’t thoroughly understand the process to get in shape to play. Basketball conditioning requires a lot of dedication and is very time consuming. It is a highly competitive and contact sport so being faster and stronger than the other guy can give you more advantages. Many ways to condition are by running, weight training in the gym, maintaining a healthy diet and working on your basketball skills....   [tags: basketball, sports, Dr. James Naismith, ]

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Watermelon On A Hot Summer Day

- The gorgeousness of summertime is best enjoyed with a juicy watermelon. Nothing can quite capture the spirit of this season. It is a time when most cherish every hour and every day. The season comes and goes faster then any other, and a new school year is followed shortly after. In this poem, the author uses adjectives to explain the significance of both the season and the luscious fruit that is being enjoyed. In a less clear way, the happiness associated with being young is also expressed. Clearly the focus is on the carefree nature of the season itself....   [tags: Poetic Themes]

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Dangers of Consuming Too Much Sugar

- Drinking a beverage remains as the perfect way to quench one’s thirst. Each and every drink holds the feature of being refreshing, invigorating, and most importantly, palatable. Thus, countless people take pleasure in consuming drinks. If drinks were not as enjoyable, people would not be able persevere with the rest of their lives. The human body necessitates a drink every day in order to survive. On the other hand, a human can last several days without food. Multitudinous humans, particularly Americans, relish on self indulging themselves with food and beverages....   [tags: Health Obesity Food]

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