Latest Publications and Research on Super Foods

Curr Dev Nutr    

Factors that May Influence the Effectiveness of 4 Specialized Nutritious Foods in the Prevention of Stunting and Wasting in Children Aged 6-23 Months in Burkina Faso.

Langlois BK, Cliffer IR, Nikiema L, Suri DJ, Garanet F, Shen Y, Zeba AN, Walton SM, Lanou HB, Webb P, Rogers BL

A trial in Burkina Faso compared the cost-effectiveness of 4 specialized nutritious foods (SNFs) used to prevent stunting and wasting in children aged... Read More

Source: PubMed


Pak J Pharm Sci    

Anti-ulcer activity of the three different extracts of Ferula lehmannii Boiss leaf in rats.

Zhong C, Zhan P, Tian H, Wang P, Lei F

Ferula lehmannii Boiss (FLB) is a perennial plant that belongs to the family Apiaceae, which is a traditional remedy used to treat gastric ulcers in X... Read More

Source: PubMed

Pak J Pharm Sci    

Potential nutraceutical benefits of basmati rice bran oil as analgesic, anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritis.

Ashraf S, Saeed SMG, Saify ZS, Haider S, Sayed SA, Ali R, Siddiqui F, Simji S

Numerous nutraceutical applications have been explored during the last decades. The present study is based on extraction of oil from super kernel basm... Read More

Source: PubMed

Biology (Basel)    

Provincial Differences and Dynamic Changes in Mariculture Efficiency in China: Based on Super-SBM Model and Global Malmquist Index.

Yu X, Hu Q, Shen M

The continued growth in mariculture efficiency in China is vital in ensuring that the country will continue to be the primary source of its own food i... Read More

Source: PubMed

Nanoscale    

Probing the frictional properties of soft materials at the nanoscale.

Liamas E, Connell SD, Ramakrishna SN, Sarkar A

The understanding of friction in soft materials is of increasing importance due to the demands of industries such as healthcare, biomedical, food and ... Read More

Source: PubMed

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guest Thursday, August 7, 2008

Soybean is said to absorb the highest amount of chemicals from the fertilizers in the process of growing. Hence it is harmful. What do u say?

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