Editorial The demand for natural additives in the food industry is increasing as a response to an increasingly demanding market for the appeal of what is natural, as well as concerns about the health risks that some artificial additives pose.
Editorial The demand for natural additives in the food industry is increasing as a response to an increasingly demanding market for the appeal of what is natural, as well as concerns about the health risks that some artificial additives pose.Published 16 Feb, 2019 Short Commentary The health disturbances because of ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) focus attention of public health leaders, psychologists, pedagogues and physicians, mainly pediatricians for several decades [1-3]. C., Dr Steve Collins, a medical doctor and the originator of the UN endorsed model of care for Acute Malnutrition - Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) – presented inspiring results relating to a new recipe of Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) which is made from readily available local ingredients.
A large dictionary of tea terms, industry jargon of the tea business and Russian tea subcultures. A large dictionary of tea terms, industry jargon of the tea business and Russian tea subcultures. 一本茶术语的大词典，茶业行业术语和俄罗斯茶亚文化。第 1 卷。Previous scholarship has suggested that ritualized giving (dāna) by laity to monastics constituted a significant factor in the creation of Buddhism as a viable social phenomenon.
The giving of almsfood, in particular, provides a prime...
The argument is that thermodynamic concepts, instruments and practices, born in very specific places in Europe, were mobilized around the world, consolida- ting the idea of the human body as a human motor.
This powerful metaphor created an understanding of the calories as integral part of foodstuffs, guiding the research of physiologists, chemists, and also the popularization of nutritional knowledge.
Published 06 Oct, 2018 Review Article Toll-Like Receptors (TLRs) are a main target during inflammation and metabolic syndromes as receptors for inflammatory signaling molecules, and are named numerically from 1 to 13 in humans.
Published 26 Jul, 2018 Editorial Microorganisms represent the largest component of biodiversity in our world, yet a common human propensity is to regard all microorganisms as “harmful”, in particular, equating bacteria to pathogenic germs.The starting point is the analysis of the necropolis of San Montano at Pithekoussai where we noticed the evidence of a strong process of constitution of coarse ware repertory beginning probably with the arrival of the Greek colonists in the first half of the 8th century B. Furthermore, both establishments seem to refer to the Italic context, especially to southern Etruria and to Etruscan centres of the Campania, such as Capua.The latter was briefly analysed to provide some points of comparison with the production from Pithekoussai and Cumae in order to highlight similarities and differences.Using the tools developed by the history of science, the author argues that this understanding of the body as a motor and of nutrition as an input-outcome process, may obscure the social and cultural context which lies in the popularization and use of nutritional standards, which may be relevant in the understanding of food as an object of analysis.The beginning of agriculture is seen as the major transition in the human past, a changeover that strengthened sedentary lifestyle, drastically reduced the risk of famine and the dependence on the environmental conditions, and ultimately,...I argue that, while normative Buddhism ascribes a more positive value to food than its ascetic contemporaries, it implemented a thorough program of corporal discipline that functioned as a novel form of ‘civilizational’ asceticism congenial to the contemporaneous cosmopolitan landscape.This positive value ascription to food and emphasis on discipline converges with urban, lay sensibilities and serves to bring cohesion between the lay and monastic elements of the normative Pali tradition. 137-162This contribution focuses on some specific aspects of production in coarse ware from the two main Greek centres of the Gulf of Naples.more Previous scholarship has suggested that ritualized giving (dāna) by laity to monastics constituted a significant factor in the creation of Buddhism as a viable social phenomenon.The giving of almsfood, in particular, provides a prime site of social interaction between monastics and laity, wherein sustained mutual relations may develop.Through the analysis of data from the two establishments we tried to underline the distinctive characteristics of this production.The data taken into consideration have shown that Pithekoussai and Cumae share the same vase repertoire consisting in some specific forms developed during the Archaic period.