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Nutrition and Food Engineering / Healthiest Foods on Earth
« on: August 12, 2010, 05:15:13 AM »
Hope this will help you all

1. Berries
All berries are low in sugar and high in fiber. Blueberries have been shown to increase memory in lab studies, and raspberries and strawberries are loaded with ellagic acid, a powerful antioxidant that seems to have some anti-cancer properties, according to the American Cancer Society.

2. Beans
Beans are extremely high in fiber, which helps to control weight, prevent or manage diabetes and blood sugar, and may help prevent colon cancer and protect against heart disease. The National Institute of Medicine recommends 25-38 grams of fiber a day. The average American gets only 4-11 grams. One cup of beans provides 11-17 grams.

3. Nuts
Some of the largest and most important long-term studies of diet and health have shown that eating nuts several times a week is consistent with a risk of heart attack and heart disease that is 30%-50% lower than the general population. Just one ounce of nuts-almonds, macadamia, Brazil , walnuts, pecans-eaten three to five times a week seems to be the magic number.
4. Wild Salmon
Fish is the ultimate anti-aging food. Cold-water fatty fish like wild salmon, sardines, mackerel and herring contain omega-3 fats that protect the brain and the heart, improve mood, and lower blood pressure and triglycerides.

5. Raw Milk
Raw, organic milk nearly always comes from grass-fed cows and contains high levels of cancer-fighting CLA (conjugated linolenic acid) as well as a rich assortment of vitamins, minerals and beneficial bacteria (like Lactobacillus acidophilus)

6. Grass-Fed
Meat Meat from grass-fed cows has a much different fat profile than ordinary supermarket meat: high in omega-3s, lower in potentially harmful omega-6s and loaded with CLA, a kind of fat known for its anti-cancer activity. A superb source of protein and vitamin B12, it's also missing the antibiotics, steroids and hormones found in the meat that comes from feedlot farms.

7. Eggs
Considered by many to be nature's most perfect food, the egg is high in protein and relatively low in calories. The yolk contains choline, one of the most important nutrients for the brain, as well as lutein and xeazanthin, two critical nutrients for eye health. Brassica Vegetables Cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli and kale all contain plant compounds called indoles that help reduce the risk of cancer. In addition to a stunning range of vitamins and minerals, they also contain sulforaphane, an important plant chemical that helps the body detoxify health-damaging chemicals.

8. Apples
Not only do they keep the doctor away, they also appear to do the same for lung cancer, diabetes and asthma. An apple contains five grams of fiber and a rich blend of nutrients including the bone-building vitamin K and the anti-inflammatory nutrient quercetin. And there's no better way to control your appetite than an apple eaten about half an hour before a big meal.

9. Onions and Garlic
In an impressive number of published studies, the consumption of onions and garlic has demonstrated protective effects against stomach, prostate and esophageal cancer. Along with broccoli, tea and apples, onions and garlic are among a select group of foods found to reduce mortality from heart disease by 20%.

10. Pomegranate Juice
Called "a natural Viagra" by researchers at Tel Aviv University , pomegranate juice is loaded with antioxidants. Studies show it can reduce blood pressure and plaque in the arteries. New research indicates it also slows the progression of tumors.. Four to eight ounces a day is highly recommended.

11. Green Tea
Though all teas are great for you, green tea has a unique profile of plant chemicals that have anti-cancer activity. It's now fairly established that green tea may help prevent the following types of cancers in humans: bladder, colon, esophagus, pancreas, rectum and stomach. If that's not enough, it also appears to help with weight control.

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Common Forum / Campus Cleaning Festival - Summer 2010
« on: August 10, 2010, 05:05:11 PM »
Its a very nice attempt and It was really nice today  when I was completing the Admission Process of some new students that time some of our existing students entered into my room and asked me MADAM IS THERE ANY WASTE PAPERS IN YOUR BIN? WE WILL REMOVE CAUSE ITS Campus Cleaning Festival - Summer 2010 DAY"
At first I was little bit hesitating to give it to them but they were not at all & with a smiley face they just clean the basket.The new students also took the whole matter very interesting and did appreciation.One guardian was here she was telling me "Mam,Your students are very familiar to their organization.I like it."

Dear Students If we love our organization we will keep it clean.not for a particular day for all the time just like our home.This is very simple.There are number of Bins all over the campus.We should throw the empty packet of chips,Nuts,Crispy rice,Tissue paper,waste paper etc to those bins rather than throwing here & there.This will keep the campus more clean and organized.Hope you will al Cooperate.

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Common Forum / Students ID Number
« on: August 07, 2010, 01:23:12 PM »
Sometimes we see that students write down their partial ID no (only last part***-**-281) in registration form or other documents and also mention their last 3 digits when asked what is your ID number.I think they are not clear about the code of the ID number where each part represent a valuable meaning and its very easy so as to recall the entire number.Sometimes they say its a big number and tough to memorize.If you know the meaning it will help you to remember your ID number.
Here is the tips:
If your ID number is 053-11-807
1st Part
05 is for 2005 and 3 is for Fall semester.1 is for Spring 2 is for Summer and 3 is for Fall.(there are three semesters in a year)
2nd part
It represents the subject code
BA in English =10
BBA=11
CSE=15
Textile=23 etc.
So here the student is of BBA program
3rd part
this is the continuation of serial number.An ID of a  new students of BBA for Spring 2011 will be 111-11-****.Hope this will help you.If you are already known about it please teach your friends who are still unaware of it.

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Scholarship / Scholarship Notification
« on: May 20, 2010, 03:03:23 PM »
This is a notification for  all the faculty members , officials and students of Daffodil International University that from now to onwards in order to  apply and to attain waiver/scholarship benefit the following criteria should be fulfilled

a)  Student must have university provided e-mail account for online connectivity. i.e. @diu.edu.bd
b)  Student must be Registered & involved with DIU online Forum to share thoughts or opinion.
c)  Student must be registered in DIU Library.

It is noted that Registrar office already issued a Notice regarding this issue earlier.


                                                                                             Notice
Students of Daffodil International University who are willing to apply for Financial Aid are asked to collect the Pre waiver criteria form before applying in the prescribed Financial Aid Form. Students failed to submit the form fulfilling the requirements will not be able to apply .



Date   Time   Main Campus

Forms are available from 3rd June ‘2010    10:00 am to 1:00 pm   Ground Floor Room No.102



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