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Five types of plants have been planted in DIU Gojaria field.
Professor Rahim acts as an advisor.

Nutrition and Food Engineering / Fermented Green chily
« on: July 07, 2012, 05:44:12 PM »
Now ,world food behavior is going to change. Lacto bacillus cultured green chilly can develop health immunization and can prevent gastric juice disorder in the system.

Our students, has developed the cultured green green chily.
If any person interest to taste the product, please contact to NFE

Nutrition and Food Engineering / CULTURED GREEN CHILLI
« on: June 25, 2012, 02:54:39 PM »
New addition in the diet chart should be cultured green chilli.
To detoxify our body, we can take 2 pcs cultured green pepper with meal.

It has no side effect in digestion system.

Enjoy with this new concept.

Nutrition and Food Engineering / Cultured yoghart and health
« on: June 25, 2012, 02:51:50 PM »
Every day we should take 120 gm sour curd with our meal.
To get good bacteria for digestion, sour curd is the best.
It has a probiotic effect so we can use to add in our menu every day.


Nutrition and Food Engineering / MANGO MILK PUDDING
« on: June 17, 2012, 04:42:47 PM »
To enjoy a new recipe of Mango milk pudding in your meal.
At this time , mango is most common fruit so, every house holds may try with high calorific mango pudding .
Mango pudding is delicious and high fiber fruit based pudding.

Its consumption is healthy.


Nutrition and Food Engineering / Lactose intolarence milk
« on: June 17, 2012, 04:39:52 PM »
More then 70% peoples are suffering from lactose intolerance diseases after milk intake.
To remove the problem, we have developed a new technology " lactese treated milk".

After enzymatic fermentation of milk, more then 80% lactose break down into galactose and glucose.

Due to monomeric saccharides, liquid milk are to be suitable for lactose intolerance patients.

In Bangladesh , we are working with this product but its started in India, and other developed country.

Hope , every one can take this lactose free milk from departmental store.


Nutrition and Food Engineering / Non alcoholic fermented beet juice
« on: June 17, 2012, 04:28:59 PM »
At present , local peoples are suffering from renal failure due to adulterated food or extra fatty diet in every day meal.
Due to high calorific value added diet, physical disorder is creating in tremendous form.
To solve the health problem, every one try to drink fermented non alcoholic beet juice.


Nutrition and Food Engineering / New food choice in your dietery menu
« on: June 16, 2012, 10:50:29 PM »
Dear viewer
A few new concept for healthy food choice should be practice in every time for better health through diet addition.
At present , everybody should intake fermented foods such as fermented vegetable, sour curd immersed fermented green chilli with dish.
To facilitate intestinal  good absorption, germinated pulses and cucumber mixed salad, sour curd as buttery drinks, Fresh mango -milk puddings, etc must be considered.
Beside these, fermented fish , pickled vegetable and fruits should be practice for more amino acids in the meal.
Note it, fermented foods are rich in essential amino acids,and micro nutrients  i.e., one step ahead of food digestion in human digestive system.
Ask me for recipe and benefits of fermented non alcoholic food in your everyday diet practice.


Nutrition and Food Engineering / A few trips for hair nourishment
« on: October 19, 2011, 11:01:09 PM »
Here are a few facts that may help us determine what and what not to include in our diet:
1. A high-fat and high-sodium diet contributes in hair loss. Such a diet harms our kidneys and increases the acidity of our blood, resulting in hair loss. Having a low-fat diet may help slow down the hair thinning process. According to some studies, male pattern baldness is connected to high testosterone levels, which may have resulted from consuming a high-fat and high-animal protein diet.
2. Too little protein in one's diet, on the other hand, can also lead to hair loss since it can make the hair go into a resting phase.
3. Monosaturated fats, such as those found in nuts and extra virgin olive oil, encourages hair growth and revitalizes hair follicles.
4. Avoid ingesting foods with large amounts of carbohydrates, such as rice, pasta, and potatoes. Carbohydrates are converted to glucose during the digestion process, and this raises the blood sugar level of the body. Cutting down our blood sugar level helps in reducing hair loss.
5. Have no more than one drink of alcohol per day. Alcoholic drinks lower the zinc, vitamin B, vitamin C, and folic acid levels in our body. This would lead to a deficiency in vitamins that are important for the health of our hair. Moreover, alcohol contains a high level of sugar and calories.
6. Limit your caffeine intake. Caffeine decreases the levels of vitamins B and C, potassium, and zinc in our body. This deficiency in vitamins would strain the adrenal glands and this would increase the levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) levels, a form of testosterone that induces hair loss and prostate growth.
7. Soy protein stimulates hair growth. In one study, an increase of 15% in hair growth was observed. Good sources of soy protein include soy milk, tofu, fish, eggs, yogurt, and cheese.
8. Anemia is one cause of hair thinning. In order to avoid this, eat a lot of iron-rich foods. Examples include dark green leafy vegetables, dried fruits, cherry juice, liver, eggs, raisins, dates, and whole grain cereals.
9. Silica is another nutrient that helps improve the health of our hair. It reduces hair loss, promotes healthier hair regrowth, strengthens hair follicles, and gives shine and luster to our hair. Studies conducted in Europe have shown that silica intake slows down hair loss. An example of silica-rich food is raw oats.
10. Incorporate iodine-rich foods into your diet as it is important in maintaining the health of your hair. Use sea salt to flavor your food. Eat vegetables such as spinach, carrots, turnips, and cabbage. Pine nuts, mustard, soybeans, millet, and cold-pressed seed oils such as pumpkin, walnut, and flax seed oil are also rich in the said nutrient.

Advice to follow up the ten points for your hair nourishment


Nutrition and Food Engineering / Carbohydrates and Weight Management
« on: October 19, 2011, 10:45:06 PM »

Proponents of low-carbohydrate diets are attacking the wrong villain. It is true that the percentage of calories consumed from carbohydrate foods has increased. Starchy carbohydrates, such as potatoes, seem to be specifically targeted by low-carbohydrate fanatics. But don’t fall for the hype. There is actually little scientific evidence to support the notion that starchy vegetables, such as potatoes, cause obesity. In fact, most research indicates that diets high in complex carbohydrates are associated with a lower body weight. Carbohydrates are broadly classified as simple or complex, based on chemical structure. Simple carbohydrates, which include sugars, consist of one or two molecules. Complex carbohydrates, such as starch, have a more complex chemical structure, containing two or more molecules linked together.
Weight Control
Body weight is determined by what nutritional scientists refer to as energy balance. Basically, energy balance is the relationship between the calories you consume (energy intake) and the calories you expend (energy output). The relationship of energy balance to body weight can be summarized by the following equations:
Energy Intake = Energy Output = Weight Maintenance
Energy Intake > Energy Output = Weight Gain
Energy Intake < Energy Output = Weight Loss

Energy Intake:
A calorie is a measure of heat energy. In foods, calories come from the macronutrients:
carbohydrate, protein, fat and alcohol. The caloric values of each of these macronutrients
are list in the table below:
Source (1 gram) Calories
Carbohydrate -4
Protein --4
Alcohol- 7
Fat ------9
Since one gram of fat has more than twice the calories of a gram of carbohydrate or protein, it’s clear that lowering dietary fat can lead to fewer calories. In fact, that’s precisely why moderate or low fat diets are recommended for weight loss or weight maintenance.
Energy Output:
Many people mistakenly believe that they only “burn calories” when they exercise. In fact, your body is burning calories all of the time (yes, even when sleeping!). Calories are used to keep basic body functions going, to metabolize the foods you eat, and to do any form of physical activity.
Exactly how many calories people need varies, depending on such factors as gender, current body size, activity level and body weight goals (i.e., to maintain, lose or gain weight). A general rule of thumb for estimating BMR is to multiply body weight in pounds by a factor of 10 for females, 11 for males. For example, the BMR for a 135-pound female would be: 135 lbs. x 10 = 1350 calories. This value can then be multiplied by an activity factor. Since BMR makes up just 60 percent of daily caloric needs, this female would need about 2250 calories per day, less if she is short in stature and trying to lose weight.

Any body can earn fundamental knowledge of Carbohydrate and its effect on weight management from this information doc of food code.

Fore more details, please ask me


Nutrition and Food Engineering / Health benefits of beet
« on: October 19, 2011, 10:21:58 PM »
Beets are probably one of the most powerful vegetables available. Beets are known for causing both stools and urine to turn red and if this happens, don't be surprised.
Never drink beet juice by itself. Beet juice should always be mixed with other vegetables and/or apple juice. Pure beet juice (from the bulb or greens) can temporarily paralyze your vocal chords, make you break out in hives, increase your heart rate, cause chills or a fever.
Beets are best used in small amounts. I never use more than 1 to 2 ounces of beet juice (approximately ½ a small beet or ¼ a large beet).
Use moderately. Both the roots and greens are powerful cleansers of the body. Beets are said to really cleanse the blood and kidneys and this is why it is suggested you use beets moderately.
Beets (including beet greens) are high in oxalic acid and therefore should be avoided by those who suffer from or are at risk for kidney stones, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis and those whose stomach is easily irritated. Read my notes on oxalic acid for more information.
Since beets are high in oxalic acid, you should also avoid combining beets with other vegetables that are high in calcium, such as broccoli. Oxalic acid combines with calcium to create an indigestible compound. You should also avoid eating calcium rich food
immediately after eating or juicing beets or any food high in oxalic acid. This includes foods like tofu.
Beet — Nutritional Analysis
Nutrient   Units   Value per 100 grams

Water   g   87.58
kcal   43
Energy   kj   180

Protein   g   1.61
Total lipid (fat)   g   0.17

Ash   g   1.08
Carbohydrate, by difference   g   9.56

Fiber, total dietary   g   2.8

Calcium, Ca   mg   16
Iron, Fe   mg   0.80
Magnesium, Mg   mg   23
Phosphorus, P   mg   40
Potassium, K   mg   325
Sodium, Na   mg   78
Zinc, Zn   mg   0.35
Copper, Cu   mg   0.075
Manganese, Mn   mg   0.329
Selenium, Se   mcg   0.7

Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid   mg   4.9
Thiamin   mg   0.031
Riboflavin   mg   0.040
Niacin           mg   0.334
Pantothenic acid   mg   0.155
Vitamin B-6   mg   0.067
Folate, total   mcg   109
Folic acid   mcg   0
Folate, food   mcg   109
Folate, DFE   mcg_DFE   109
Vitamin B-12   mcg   0.00
Vitamin A, IU   IU   38
Retinol   mcg   0
Vitamin A, RAE   mcg_RAE   2
Vitamin E   mg_ATE   0.300

Amino Acids
Tryptophan   g   0.019
Threonine   g   0.047
Isoleucine   g   0.048
Leucine   g   0.068
Lysine   g   0.058
Methionine   g   0.018
Cystine   g   0.019
Phenylalanine   g   0.046
Tyrosine   g   0.038
Valine   g   0.056
Arginine   g   0.042
Histidine   g   0.021
Alanine   g   0.060
Aspartic acid   g   0.116
Glutamic acid   g   0.428
Glycine   g   0.031
Proline   g   0.042
Serine   g   0.059

The proximate composition indicates , BEET having maximum  essential nutrients to nourish our body in good condition.
Before taking Beet in your diet , please read  in details .

Ask me any TIPS of beet in your food chart.


Nutrition and Food Engineering / Summer food tips for good health
« on: October 13, 2011, 08:12:01 PM »

To feel comfort every one should take some natural citrus fruit in their feeding intake time.

Beside this non alcoholic fermented food like bread, beet juice or per boil rice are the good food sources to protect from high moisten environment of any ones body.

Try to take less fat in your dish

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