Emerging food

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  • In 2000, the WHO Regional Committee for Europe requested the Regional Director, in resolution EUR/RC50/R8, to take action to help fulfil WHO’s role in implementing its first food and nutrition action plan for the WHO European Region. This included presenting Member States with a review of the scientific evidence needed to develop integrated and comprehensive national food and nutrition policies.

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  • This little book will aid you in answering that troublesome question. The recipes are carefully selected and we hope you will find them helpful. More important to you than the question of food is that of health. Therefore, in this book we show you many letters from women who have received great benefit by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. You have heard of this splendid medicine, for it has been used by women for nearly fifty years. It is a Woman's Medicine for Women's Ailments.

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  • Increased intake of saturated fat and refined sugars underlies much of the problem of emerging obesity all over the world. This includes middle-income countries like Thailand, which are subject to successful marketing of Western fast foods especially targeted at adolescents. In this study we explore the socio-cultural influences on fast-food intake for non-metropolitan (rural and urban) adolescents in North East Thailand (Isan).

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  • an Díaz de Solís colonizes Río de la Plata in 1516, ‘River of Silver’ and Pedro de Mendoza founds Buenos Aires in 1534. But Solís and de Mendoza unable to enslave and put to work the hunter gatherer Indians of the area, Charrúas and the Querandí. Starving Spaniards soon left the area. In 1537, Juan de Ayolas found the sedentary and more densely settled Guaraní up the Paraná river, in Paraguay. The Spaniards could successfully take over the Guaraní hierarchy, enslave them and put them to work to produce food for them.

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  • A biosensor is a detecting device that combines a transducer with a biologically sensitive and selective component. Biosensors can measure compounds present in the environment, chemical processes, food and human body at low cost if compared with traditional analytical techniques. This book covers a wide range of aspects and issues related to biosensor technology, bringing together researchers from 19 different countries.

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  • Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble antioxidant, constituting one among the most prevalent dietary antioxidants found in fruits, vegetables and beverages. Dietary intake is usually in the area of 100 mg/d, with a DRI-RDA of 75mg/d (men) and 60mg/d (women) (National Academy of Sciences, 2000). Food items rich in vitamin C include bell peppers (ca. 120 mg/100g) and citrus fruits such as oranges (ca. 50 mg/100g) (Souci, 2000). Vitamin C contribution to the total antioxidant activity conferred e.g.

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  • Tourism is a dynamic part of our economy. The global hospitality and tourism industry, which blends the lodging, food, attractions, cultural and travel industries, is the world’s largest industry with $4.5 trillion in expenditures generating 212 million jobs. The World Tourism Organization (WTO) currently projects that by the year 2010, 338 million people will be employed in the industry that will grow to $8.4 trillion in expenditures.

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  • In modern technological society small businesses are expected to have an innovative role in the emerging knowledge economy, especially at an international level (EC, 2005; BERR, 2008). In fact the effective use of technological innovation is considered to be a prerequisite for small business survival (Packham, 2002; Packham et al, 2005). It has long been recognised that the small business sector is important for economic growth and it has been noted that there is a need for an international focus on small businesses having access to international markets (OECD, 2005).

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  • Case studies for emerging risks in the second section include evidence-based precautionary interventions to safeguard blood supplies, the evaluation of nanoparticle deposition in the lung and nasal airways and the discourse surrounding emerging potential health risks of genetically modified animals consumed as food. The third chapter by Tyshenko et al.

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  • Between the consumer and the agricultural production, the food processing industry and the retailing sector tries to adjust to changed consumer demands and the opportunities and restrictions from the changes in agricultural sector. New techniques offer great opportunities for those who adapt them timely while others will be forced out of business due to the increased competition. The retailing sector is in the middle of a structural revolution.

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  • With the great voyages in the fifteenth century it became necessary to evaluate the damage caused by the potential loss of ships. Emerges then the term risk, with connotations similar to what is meant today, but the understanding of its causes was related to accidents and, therefore, impossible to predict. The development of classical probability theory, in the midseventeenth century, to solve problems related to gambling, allowed the start of the process of quantifying the risks, but the causes were still credited to chance....

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  • The market for organic food has increased considerably over the last decade due to consumer’s increasing awareness of both health and environmental issues (Soler et al., 2008). This growth in demand is expected to continue in the coming years, even though the situation differs from one country to another in term of type and quantities of production (Vindigni et al., 2002). The future of organic will, to a large extent, depend on consumer demand.

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  • The Dietary Guidelines is intended primarily for use by policymakers, healthcare providers, nutritionists, and nutrition educators. The information in the Dietary Guidelines is useful for the development of educational materials and aids policymakers in designing and imple­ menting nutrition-related programs, including federal food, nutrition education, and information programs. In addition, this publication has the potential to provide authoritative statements as provided for in the Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act (FDAMA).

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  • At the same time, the emergence of the HathiTrust, a shared digital repository consolidating much of the library-contributed content from the Google Books database, appeared to resolve many of the concerns the library community had regarding long-term stewardship of the mass-digitized book corpus.

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  • Abnormal profits (or the lack thereof) for mutual funds in the stock market have been studied extensively in the literature (see e.g. Jensen (1968, 1969), Brown and Goetzmann (1995), Gruber (1996), Carhart (1997)). The common theme that emerges from these studies is that true riskadjusted abnormal profits are rare in stock portfolios held by mutual funds, and when found, such profits lack persistence.

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  • Congress has recognized the importance of respiratory health and has em- barked on programs to make a difference. From 1998–2003, Congress doubled the budget of the National Institutes of Health. We have strengthened the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, granted the Food and Drug Administration the ability to regulate tobacco, improved pollution control through the Environmental Protection Agency, and funded tuberculosis programs throughout the world because we realize that in order to control tuberculosis at home, we need to control it worldwide.

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  • The Government of Myanmar has formed an Emergency Committee and announced that the priorities of its relief operations are to provide adequate food, safe drinking-water and shelter to the affected people. Health issues are of major concern in districts affected by the cyclone. The WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia and the WHO Country Office in Myanmar are actively involved in the response. A crisis room has been activated in the WHO Country Office in Yangon.

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  • We are releasing the seventh edition of the Dietary Guidelines at a time of rising concern about the health of the American population. Americans are experiencing an epidemic of overweight and obesity. Poor diet and physical inactivity also are linked to major causes of illness and death. To correct these problems, many Americans must make signiicant changes in their eating habits and lifestyles.

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  • More specifically, we must further examine health beliefs, and food beliefs and practices that have symbolic or traditional importance to determine how knowledge, beliefs and attitudes translate into eating behaviour in older adults, especially at advanced ages. More research is needed to clarify the relative contribution of income, ethnic background and other personal predictors of healthy eating – self-control, emotions, resistance to change, time constraints, lack of knowledge – and environmental factors governing food availability and cost.

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  • Diaspora investors tend to have different perceptions of risk than non-diaspora investors. Given their homeland connections, diaspora members may have better information about investment opportunities in their countries of origin and are less sensitive to exchange-rate risks than other investors, because they have domestic-currency obligations in their country of origin such as support payments to family members or running costs of domestic businesses, mortgages, or returns to domestic share-holders. They also may have a different time horizon.

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