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El ingrediente Secreto en la Entrevista de Trabajo

El ingrediente Secreto en la Entrevista de Trabajo | Nutrición | Scoop.it

Cómo utilizarlo en la entrevista de trabajo para conectar con el entrevistador.


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New Answers About Carbs and Fat

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“New York Times health reporter Anahad O’Connor answers questions about the latest research on low-carb eating.”
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Nutrigenomics: The Future of Personalized Nutrition in Cancer Prevention and Treatment

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“ Scientists are working hard to uncover gene-nutrient associations for all types of diseases, especially cancer. Once these associations are better understood, nutrition recommendations can be then personalized for disease prevention and management....”
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Some rice-based foods for people with celiac disease contain relevant amounts of arsenic - SINC (2014)

Some rice-based foods for people with celiac disease contain relevant amounts of arsenic - SINC (2014) | Nutrición | Scoop.it

Celiac disease affects almost 1% of the population of the western world, a group which cannot tolerate gluten and is thus obliged to consume products without it, such as rice. But this grain, depending on its origin, can also contain worrying levels of arsenic, a toxic and carcinogenic substance. For the majority of consumers this does not pose any problem because they do not eat much rice every day, but this is not the case for celiac disease sufferers. Researchers from the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) have analysed the presence of arsenic in flour, bread, sweets, pastas, beers and milk made with rice and intended for this particular group of the population. The results of the analyses... warn that some of these products contain “important contents” of total arsenic... and inorganic arsenic... The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) of the EU established... that there is evidence to suggest that an intake range of 0.3 - 8.0 µg/kg of body weight per day entails a risk of developing lung, skin or bladder cancer. The estimated intakes in the two studies therefore vary within this range...

“These figures show that we cannot exclude a risk to the health of people who consume these kinds of products”... The researchers’ recommendation is clear: “What is needed is for health agencies to legislate to limit the levels of arsenic that cannot be exceeded in rice-based foods intended for consumers who suffer from celiac disease” ... Another important recommendation they make is to include quality information on labels: “The inorganic arsenic content in every food product should be indicated” ...

Arsenic is naturally present in the Earth’s crust, but in some regions its abundance is greater than in others, and its concentration also increases with the use of pesticides. The substance then spreads through water to rice, one of the few plants that is cultivated when flooded...

http://www.agenciasinc.es/en/News/Some-rice-based-foods-for-people-with-celiac-disease-contain-relevant-amounts-of-arsenic

Original articles:

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1750-3841.12310

http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19440049.2014.933491


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Alexander J. Stein's curator insight, October 19, 2014 1:27 AM

So rice can contain (too much) arsenic and maize can contain (too much) mycotoxins. And while in the latter case e.g. the use of insect-resistant GM maize can help reduce cob damage and thus infestation with mycotoxins, GM crops could also be used to change crop protection practices and thus the use of pesticides, helping reduce arsenic contamination... But at least in Europe (and some other countries) certain vocal interest groups oppose the use of genetic engineering for crop improvement or to improve food safety -- at the cost of weaker groups, like those suffering from celiac disease... 

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Non-cow’s milk may put children at vitamin D deficiency risk

Non-cow’s milk may put children at vitamin D deficiency risk | Nutrición | Scoop.it
“ Children who drink non-cow's milk such as rice, almond, soy or goat's milk, have lower levels of vitamin D in their blood than those who drink cow's milk, say researchers.”
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The Calorie Myth

“New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Bailor on why we should be doing the opposite of the standard weight-loss advice to eat less and exercise more.”
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Denuncian que no hay dietistas en los centros de salud para prevenir la diabetes

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Adiba señala que ´en las diferentes áreas del Ib-Salut es una necesidad para la mejor a de la atención sanitaria de la población en general´
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Marion Nestle y Food Politics

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“ Marion Nestle, PhD y MSP, es una de las personas más influyentes en el mundo de la alimentación. En 2011 fue considerada por la revista Forbes la segunda foodie (líder de opinión en temas de alimen...”
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Double burden: Poor diet links obese mothers and stunted children

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“ Obesity and malnutrition are often thought of as problems at opposite ends of the nutrition spectrum, but new research has linked diet quality with obesity in mothers and stunted children.”
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How the Brain Uses Glucose to Fuel Self-Control

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“ The brain requires tons of energy—and new experiments show how low glucose levels and self-control issues are connected.”
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Jornada Científica NUTRIGENÓMICA

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CODNIB. Colegio Oficial de Dietistas-Nutricionistas de Illes Balears
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Cómo motivar el cambio conductual (EUFIC)

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La conducta, el resultado de las acciones individuales o colectivas, es un elemento esencial para la salud de las personas.
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What You Should Eat, and Why You Should Eat It!

What You Should Eat, and Why You Should Eat It! | Nutrición | Scoop.it
“For the span of a month, cutting fat produced better overall results in identical twin doctors. But that's not the point. The point is they both agreed that neither, restricted diet was something they would be inclined to maintain....”
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Vulnerability to Fructose Varies, Health Study Finds

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“In some people, consumption of the sugar sharply effects a hormone that helps to regulate fat accumulation, researchers at Harvard reported.”
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Discapacidad y salud: SOBREPESO Relación poco estudiada Discapacidad y obesidad,...

“ Discapacidad y salud: SOBREPESO Relación poco estudiada Discapacidad y obesidad, un lazo que debe desatarse Discapacidad y salud: SOBREPESO Relación poco e...”
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Big Fat Controversy

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“Expert fats researcher Dr. Mary Enig offers surprising insider views on good fats, bad fats and the food police.”
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Food 2.0: the future of what we eat - FT.com

Food 2.0: the future of what we eat - FT.com | Nutrición | Scoop.it
“The burger on the hotplate in front of me is sizzling like meat. The patty is browning like meat and gives off a beefy smell. When I bite into it, sandwiched between bun and lettuce, it certainly tastes like meat, its juices running down my chin. If”
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How the Brain Uses Glucose to Fuel Self-Control

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FORMACIÓN CODNIB - ACTUALIZACIÓN EN NUTRICIÓN Y DEPORTE.

FORMACIÓN CODNIB - ACTUALIZACIÓN EN NUTRICIÓN Y DEPORTE. | Nutrición | Scoop.it
CODNIB. Colegio Oficial de Dietistas-Nutricionistas de Illes Balears
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Diabetes: A Special Report | Collections | The Washington Post

Diabetes: A Special Report | Collections | The Washington Post | Nutrición | Scoop.it

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Double burden: Poor diet links obese mothers and stunted children

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“ Obesity and malnutrition are often thought of as problems at opposite ends of the nutrition spectrum, but new research has linked diet quality with obesity in mothers and stunted children.”
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