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Vegetarian diets can be ‘healthy or unhealthy’
A study of over 26,000 middle-aged UK women reveals those with a vegetarian diet had a 33% higher risk of hip fracture compared to regular meat-eaters. University of Leeds research, published (Thursday, August 11) in the journal BMC Medicine, investigated the risk of hip fracture in occasional ...
Banana peels aren’t always destined for the trash or compost anymore. They’re making their way onto people’s plates, replacing pork in “pulled peel” sandwiches and getting fried up into “bacon.” And now, researchers reporting in ACS Food Science & Technology show that incorporating banana peel ...
A photometer that uses certain wavelengths of light to determine the colour of the wine
Swirling the wine in the glass, holding it against the light and smelling it. There are many criteria that determine the quality of the wine. Not only is this important when the wine is already bottled and on the supermarket shelves, but above all during production, when it is still fermenting. ...
Beneficial effects likely to apply to people everywhere, say researchers
Dietary salt substitutes lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from all causes and cardiovascular disease, finds a pooled data analysis of the available evidence, published online in the journal Heart. The beneficial effects of these substitutes are likely to apply to people all ...
To solve these problems, many researchers have proposed deep-learning-baseddetection algorithms.However, in actual orchards, the accuracy of existing estimation methodsis severely limitedbyvarious fruit sizesand mutual occlusion. Recently, an articlepublished inHorticulture Research ...
Recent outbreaks of food-borne Salmonella have been associated with chocolate and peanut butter. Although Salmonella cannot grow in either of these low-water foods, the cells survive, becoming more resistant to heat treatment, which has contributed to recent outbreaks. New research published in ...
Plant-based alternatives to beef have the potential to help reduce carbon dioxide emissions, but new economic models show their growth in popularity could disrupt the agricultural workforce, threatening more than 1.5 million industry jobs. By embracing meat protein alternatives, U.S. food ...
Research and cultivation of mushrooms in Benin
Mushrooms are literally everywhere. Yet only just under five percent of all mushroom species worldwide have been scientifically described. How a German-Beninese research team is discovering new mushroom species, describing locally known species scientifically for the first time and achieving ...
Utilizing substantial genetic potential for higher yields
The disruptions in global trading markets resulting from the war in Ukraine, among other causes, have focused public attention on the issue of securing a sufficient supply of high-quality foods for the global population. Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) are searching for ...
Researchers are now investigating the impact of rolling the policy out nationwide
Junk food advertising restrictions on Transport for London (TfL) networks have prevented almost 100,000 obesity cases and is expected to save the NHS over £200 million, according to new research. The new study, from the University of Sheffield and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine ...