Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Nide 49

Steve Taylor
Elsevier, 4.5.2005 - 336 sivua
Advances in Food and Nutrition Research is an eclectic serial established in 1948. The serial recognizes the integral relationship between the food and nutritional sciences and brings together outstanding and comprehensive reviews that highlight this relationship. Contributions detail the scientific developments in the broad areas encompassed by the fields of food science and nutrition and are intended to ensure that food scientists in academia and industry, as well as professional nutritionists and dieticians, are kept informed concerning emerging research and developments in these important disciplines.
  • Series established since 1948
  • Advisory Board consists of 8 respected scientists
  • Unique series as it combines food science and nutrition research

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Properties Analysis Degradation
Chemistry Production Applications and Health Effects
Chapter 4 A Review of the Application of Sourdough Technology to Wheat Breads
Chapter 5 Detection of Insect Infestation in Stored Foods
Chapter 6 Compression and Compaction Characteristics of Selected Food Powders

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Sivu ii - Bruce Chassy University of Illinois, USA Patrick Fox University College Cork, Republic of Ireland Dennis Gordon North Dakota State University, USA Robert Hutkins University of Nebraska, USA Ronald S.Jackson Quebec, Canada Daryl B.
Sivu 3 - For the great majority of people in good health the ordinary food materials — meats, fish, eggs, milk, butter, cheese, sugar, flour, meal, potatoes, and vegetables — make a fitting diet, and the main question is to use them in the kinds and proportions fitted to the actual needs of the body.
Sivu 3 - ... with object lessons on the food-purchasing power of money. DANGER OF A ONE-SIDED DIET. Unless care is exercised in selecting food a diet may result which is one-sided or badly balanced — that is, one in which either protein or fuel ingredients are provided in excess. If a person consumes large amounts of meat and little vegetable food, the diet will be too rich in protein and may be harmful. On the other hand, if pastry, butter, and such foods are eaten in preference to a more varied diet,...

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