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I ended my last post on the health benefits of chocolate. Chocolate is a delicious confectionery made from cocoa beans, and has been enjoyed by many generations. .. Read More
In my last post, I suggest that a truly cardioprotective bioactive must exert scientifically validated antioxidant activity. Is that all?.. Read More
In addition to adopting good dietary habits, we can protect ourselves from cardiovascular disease (CVD) by consuming food with scientifically validated functional or nutraceutical ingredients. .. Read More
Prebiotics can be regarded as nutrients for our gut bacteria, and their subsequent degraded products may benefit our health... Read More
Prebiotics are a group of nutrients that feed the gut micro-organisms and are subsequently degraded by the gut microorganisms into short-chain fatty acids.. Read More
Dietary fiber is an essential dietary macronutrient in our diet as our body is not able to synthesize it... Read More
Face it. Sugar is omnipresent in our diet. A hundred grams of spinach contains 0.42 gram sugar. A serving of apple (½ cup) contains 6 grams sugar... Read More
Sugar has been the boon and bane of the nutrition field. Sugar, as a carbohydrate, is an essential macronutrient utilized as an important source of energy for our body... Read More
How can we keep a food product safe for human consumption and maintain nutrient integrity for an extended period at energy-efficient ambient temperature?.. Read More
The shelf-life of a food product is essentially the period during which it is microbiologically safe for human consumption. It means that during the shelf-life of the product, it should not contain an.. Read More