Fatty acid and cholesterol content, chemical composition and sensory evaluation of horsemeat
- Natural Trans Trouble. // Nutrition Action Health Letter;Apr2010, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p7
The article discusses a study on the composition of naturally occurring trans fat in fatty beef and full-fat dairy foods and its effect in raising the cholesterol levels.
- Levels of n-3 enrichment and Japanese consumer sensory panel ratings for lamb meat from sheep supplemented with protected linseed oil for different numbers of weeks. Kitessa, S. M.; Boghossian, V.; Reynolds, J.; Williams, A. J.; Gulati, S. K. // Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition;2004, Vol. 13, pS53
Background- Most Australian export lambs spend a certain number of weeks in feedlots. This practice provides opportunity for value-adding lamb meat through the use of ingredients known to be beneficial for human health, eg n-3 fatty acids. Objective- To determine the optimum period of...
- SHORTS. // Body Bulletin;Nov2003, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p2
The article presents various tips related to health. Working a night shift can affect relations with children. Parents should spend some time with children. Planning social time around a physical activity like walking to the park, tennis lessons and such others is one of the ways to spend more...
- Frying with healthful fats. // Consumer Reports on Health;Sep2004, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p12
Presents the question and answer advisory on frying with unsaturated fats and nutrition in the U.S. Examples of unsaturated fats used in cooking; Healthfulness of using unsaturated fats in frying food; Evidence suggesting the association of certain oils with cholesterol build-up in arteries.
- THE EFFECT OF SOY HYDROLYSATES ON CHANGES IN CHOLESTEROL CONTENT AND ITS OXIDATION PRODUCTS IN FINE - GROUND MODEL SAUSAGES. Bilska, Agnieszka; Rudzinska, Magdalena; Kowalski, Ryszard; Krysztofiak, Krystyna // Acta Scientiarum Polonorum. Technologia Alimentaria;2009, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p15
Background. Meat products belong to products particularly at risk of fat oxidation processes. One of the methods to prevent disadvantageous oxidative changes of lipids in food is the application of antioxidants. Material and methods. The experimental material consisted of fine - ground model...
- Effects of a Low Cholesterol Eating Plan on Plasma Lipids: Results of a Three-Year Community Study. Reeves, Rebecca S.; Foreyt, John P.; Scott, Lynne W.; Mitchell, Robert E.; Wohlleb, James; Gotto, Antonio M. // American Journal of Public Health;Aug1983, Vol. 73 Issue 8, p873
In an attempt to demonstrate whether individuals with average plasma lipids would accept a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, members of a community organization were laught the HELP Your Heart Eating Plan. Results of 282 individuals suggest that reduced dietary cholesterol from selected...
- Easy ways to eat right. // Good Housekeeping;Oct2005, Vol. 241 Issue 4, p86
Presents a guide to healthy diet and physical fitness. Benefits of eating fruits and vegetables; Importance of limiting the intake of saturated fats, cholesterol, sodium and sugary foods; Ideal duration of daily exercise.
- Healthful beverages to watch in 2007. // Beverage Industry;Feb2007, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p27
The article focuses on beverages with weight-loss properties and heart-healthy qualities that will be launched in the U.S. in 2007. The Enviga green tea from Coca-Cola has properties that can help burn calories. The Cocoa Via Rich Chocolate Indulgence from Mars Inc. contains ingredients aimed at...
- Unscrambling the latest egg advice. // Consumer Reports on Health;Feb2013, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p8
The article presents an overview of the health benefits and risks that are associated with consuming eggs and discusses guidelines on egg consumption which have been developed by the U.S. government, the American Heart Association and the Mayo Clinic. A discussion of the definition of several...