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30

Aug
2019

Nutrition Myths and Facts

Few industries are as burdened by misinformation as the fitness industry. Companies eager to make money promote their products with outlandish claims, and the general public, eager to lose weight and get in shape, is often quick to fall for them. Don’t misunderstand us, though: nutritional and exercise science is genuinely complicated, and we’re constantly […]

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24

Aug
2019

The Hidden Effect of Carbon Dioxide on Human Nutrition

It is already widely known that the warming of the climate is causing a decline in essential crop yields such as grain, soybeans, and corn. And by taking the growing global population into account, the food security outlook is uncertain, if not grim. But the rising levels of CO2 in the atmosphere not only affect plants […]

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07

Aug
2019

Nutrition professor named Broadhurst Career Development Professor

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Muzi Na, assistant professor of nutritional sciences, has been named the Broadhurst Career Development Professor for the Study of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Na’s research focuses on food security and how it is associated with health disparities. Past research often linked food security with nutritional effects, but current research — […]

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18

Jun
2019

Experts propose food supplements to meet livestock’s nutritional needs

HYDERABAD:  Emphasising on the kernel that human nutrition is interlinked with livestock animals’ nutrition, the experts at a workshop proposed the use of a particular food supplement to address malnourishment. Mineral-Molasses Blocks (MMBs), which consist of molasses, wheat bran, mineral mixture, salt, urea and cement offering proteins, vitamins and minerals, increase growth and productivity of […]

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