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  • Effects of micronutrients on metal toxicity.

    Effects of micronutrients on metal toxicity. M A Peraza, F Ayala-Fierro, D S Barber, E Casarez, and L T Rael Blake KC, Mann M. Effect of calcium and phosphorus on the gastrointestinal absorption of 203Pb in man. Environ Res. 1983 Feb; 30 (1):188–194. Bogden JD, Gertner SB, Christakos S, Kemp FW, Yang Z, Katz SR, Chu C. Dietary calcium modifies concentrations of lead and other metals and

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  • Effect of processing conditions on phytic acid, calcium

    10/03/2004· Effect of processing conditions on phytic acid, calcium, iron, and zinc contents of lime-cooked maize. Bressani R(1), Turcios JC, Colmenares de Ruiz AS, de Palomo PP. Author information: (1)Research Institute, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Apartado Postal 1188, Guatemala City, Guatemala. [email protected] Tortillas are made by cooking maize in a lime solution

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  • Effects of Different Processing Methods on the

    Losses of micronutrients during processing can be mitigated by changes in methods of processing, in addition to encouraging consumption of whole‐grain maize products over degermed, refined products. In some cases, such as niacin, processing is actually necessary for nutrient bioavailability. Due to the high variability in the baseline nutrient contents among maize varieties, combined with

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  • Effect of Processing Methods on the Calcium, Phosphorus

    The effect of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) processing methods on the nutritive utilization of calcium and phosphorus and on phytic acid, a seed component that affects mineral utilization, was studied. Chemical and biological methods were used for nutritional determinations in growing rats. The digestive utilization of calcium from raw chickpea was adequate for growing rats; however

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  • Micronutrients: Types, Functions, Benefits and More

    Micronutrients are one of the major groups of nutrients and vital for human health. This article gives an overview of micronutrients, their functions and the effects of getting too much or too little.

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  • The Effect of Different Heat Treatment on the Nutritional

    processing and pulsed electric field technology for destroying microorganisms, thermal treatment remains the method of choice for most bactericidal treatments in the dairy industry, and in the processing of other foods [7]. Therefore, this review study is initiated to identify the effect of heat treatment on the Nutritional

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  • Micronutrients: Factors That Affect Their Depletion and

    This agent combines with iron, copper, calcium or magnesium to form chelated compounds that supply secondary nutrients of micronutrients. The use of also some synthetic Chelating agents are also used e.g. HEDTA, DTPA, EDDHA, NTA. The use of chelated compounds of micronutrients has become very important for correcting micronutrient deficiencies particularly in horticultural crops.

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  • Effect of processing on micronutrients (calcium, iron

    Effect of processing on micronutrients (calcium, iron, vitamin A, and zinc) in maize, bambara groundnut, cowpea, cattle bone, roselle calyces, palm oil, Brachystegia eurycoma and Althernanthe Anonymous User 10 PAGES (0 WORDS) Essay/Paper

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  • Nutritional Effects of Food Processing NutritionData

    Nutritional Effects of Food Processing This page is an overview of some of the effects that cooking and other food processing methods have on the nutritional value of foods. See the sections below for specific notes on: Freezing, Drying, Cooking, and Reheating; Consuming Raw Foods; Grilling Meats; Freezing, Drying, Cooking, and Reheating. Nearly every food preparation process reduces the

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  • Effect of Processing Methods on Some Micronutrients

    It is against this background that this research was conducted to determine the effect of some processing methods on the antinutrients (soluble and total oxalates), toxic substances (cyanide and nitrate) and some micronutrients which include vitamin C, β-carotene (provitamin A) and mineral elements (Fe, Mg, Zn, Na and K) in Hibiscus sabdariffa. The processing methods include boiling

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  • b i a l & B ioch M T ournal of Microial iocheical Technology

    The Effect of Biochar Application on Nutrient Availability of Soil Planted with MR219 Nur Firdaus Abdul R* and Nur Syahirah Abdul R Faculty of Plantation and Agrotechnology, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Melaka, Malaysia Abstract This study aims to determine the effect of biochars on the soil pH, nutrient content in soil and the growth performance in terms of height of paddy and number of tiller

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  • Effect of processing on phosphorus and phytic acid

    Food Chemistry 8 (1982) I 1-19 EFFECT OF PROCESSING ON PHOSPHORUS AND PHYTIC ACID CONTENTS OF SOME EGYPTIAN VARIETIES OF LEGUMES S. S. GAD, M. S. MOHAMED, M. ESMAT EL-ZALAKI & S. ZEINAB MOHASSEB Food Science and Technology Division, College of Agriculture, Alexandria University, Egypt (Received: 17 June, 1980) ABSTRACT Phytic acid and total phosphorus

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  • Effect of processing methods on nutritional and physico

    Fish has been widely used as an excellent source of animal protein and other nutrients. It functions to prevent human beings from variety of diseases all over the world. Through different processing methods, it is possible to achieve the keeping of quality and securing fish availability round the year. This paper reviews up-to-date research on effect of processing methods on nutritional and

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  • Effect of Processing Methods on Some Micronutrients

    Effect of Processing Methods on Some Micronutrients, Antinutrients and Toxic Substances in Hibiscus Sabdariffa: A. Musa and E.O. Ogbadoyi: Abstract: The nutritionists’ interest in leaf vegetables including Hibiscus sabdariffa stems from their rich contents of essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals which are needed for normal metabolic activities of the body.

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  • Effect of foliar application of micronutrients on yield

    Effect of foliar application of micronutrients on yield and quality of Guava (Psidium guajava L.) Cv rich source of vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) and minerals like calcium, phosphate and iron. The vitamin C content of Guava fruit is 212 mg/100 g and pectin content (1.15%). Guava fruit is also utilized to make products like jam, jelly, cheese, ice-cream and toffee

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  • Micronutrients: Types, Functions, Benefits and More

    Micronutrients are one of the major groups of nutrients and vital for human health. This article gives an overview of micronutrients, their functions and the effects of getting too much or too little.

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  • (PDF) Improving bioavailability of nutrients in plant

    Improving bioavailability of nutrients in plant foods at the household level Article · Literature Review (PDF Available) in Proceedings of The Nutrition Society 65(2):160-8 · June 2006 with

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  • Feeding the brain The effects of micronutrient

    BACKGROUND & AIMS: Micronutrients are essential for brain development with deficiencies in specific nutrients linked to impaired cognitive function. Interventions are shown to be beneficial to children's mental development, particularly in subjects who were micronutrient-deficient at baseline but results on healthy subjects remain inconsistent. This systematic review evaluated the effect of

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  • Yield and fruit quality of sweet pepper depending on

    Calcium foliar feeding caused a limited number of fruits with BER symptoms at 4.3%–5.2% of the total number of fruits, as compared with 14.4% of those of the control fruits. The use of Ca(NO 3) 2 had a positive effect on the accumulation of vitamin C and carotenoids as compared with other fertilizers. Reduced Ca spraying proved to be

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  • Effect of processing on nutritional and antinutritional

    Effect of processing on nutritional and antinutri-tional composition of bathua (Chenopodium album) leaves. Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 10(4): 1149 -1155 INTRODUCTION Chenopodium album belongs to the family Cheno-podiaceae, a fast-growing weedy annual plantand is largely cultivated in agricultural land and gar-dens and it is distributed all over South East Asia. It is mostly found

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