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WhatisFoodChemistry.pdf

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This shows a lot of information about food chemistry. Knowing what are they basics and what they add to the foods. This is an amazing article PDF about food chemistry, how they do experiments, how they know the information about the types of foods. 

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β-Lactoglobulin heat-induced aggregates as carriers of polyunsaturated fatty acids

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This article shows the abstract and the highlights of Lactoglobulin heat-induced aggregates as carries of polyunsaturated fatty acids. It shows on what happens if you add PUFA, LA and BLG together. It also shows what PUFA, LA and BLG stands for and what it is. 

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Food Science 101: Salt

Food Science 101: Salt | Food Chemistry | Scoop.it
Salt -- the delicious alchemy between explosive sodium and the toxic green gas chlorine -- is an essential mineral for biological life and an all-purpose tool for deliciousness....
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Most people add salt to food and beverages, such as like steak, pasta, ice tea and coffee. Adding salt may have a better flavor but adding too much salt can cause you to have dehydration. Salt was discovered 10,000 years ago. Steak or fish is the best kind of food to put salt on the surface. The surface of the meat or fish can leave the outer surface with less moisture. 

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HAPPY MEALS: EBSCOhost

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In this article, it says that by eating the WRONG foods and/or skip a whole meal without eating eating a snack, can make you feel all moody and it's possible that anybody (even a stranger walking down the street) can make you feel annoyed, mad, happy, sad, alert, etc. This article also tells you information about what to eat on a specific time, meal and even snacks. 

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Sriracha Chemistry: How Hot Sauces Perk Up Your Food And Your Mood

Sriracha Chemistry: How Hot Sauces Perk Up Your Food And Your Mood | Food Chemistry | Scoop.it
Sriracha and other spicy condiments make us feel so good, even when they burn so bad. So what's going on in our tongues? A video breaks down the beloved hot sauce into its molecular components.
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It says how your nervous system does not  let the spicy hot sauce (or any hot spices) make your mouth suffer from it. It's very possible that your nervous system can take up 109 degrees from the spices. Most of the time, milk can cure they hot spots on your tongue and even inside of the human body. 

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Food Chemistry and U.S. Food Regulations - Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (ACS Publications)

Food Chemistry and U.S. Food Regulations - Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (ACS Publications) | Food Chemistry | Scoop.it
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Pretty much telling the history of food chemistry. 

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ANTIOXIDANT boosters: EBSCOhost

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Cocoa, tart cherries, artichokes, blueberries, tomatoes, kale, small red beans, acai berry, apples, and pecans all provides antioxidant. 

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Don't Throw Out Old, Sprouting Garlic - It Has Heart-healthy Antioxidants - ScienceNewsline

Don't Throw Out Old, Sprouting Garlic - It Has Heart-healthy Antioxidants - ScienceNewsline | Food Chemistry | Scoop.it
"Sprouted" garlic — old garlic bulbs with bright green shoots emerging from the cloves — is considered to be past its prime and usually ends up in the garbage can. But scientists are reporting in ACS' Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry that this type of garlic has even more heart-healthy antioxidant activity than its fresher counterparts.
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An old garlic can have heart-healthy antioxidants. A scientist stated that most people eat an old garlic thousands of years ago. Cooking an old garlic can reduce cholesterol levels, blood pressure and heart disease risk. A five old day garlic had higher chances antioxidant activity than fresher garlic.  

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Heavy Metal: Are we getting too much iron?: EBSCOhost

Heavy Metal: Are we getting too much iron?: EBSCOhost | Food Chemistry | Scoop.it
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This article shows what kind of food can cause you to have heart disease, heme players, the brain etc. It also says how much you can eat the food to have a lower risk to have a heart disease. heme players, the brain, etc. 

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Coffee helps prevent diabetes

Coffee helps prevent diabetes | Food Chemistry | Scoop.it
A recent study published in the “Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry” shows that coffee can help prevent type 2 diabetes. The
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According to this article, scientist say that by drinking coffee can prevent type 2 diabetes. The study was performed by researchers Ling Zheng, of Wuhan University, and Kun Huang, of Huazhong University of Science and Technology. Coffee contains many compounds but mostly with hIAPP. hIAPP is often linked to diabetes. 

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