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  1. Grains are useful to vegetarians because they help in creating whole proteins when combined with legumes, beans or milk products.
  2. Grains are a common cause of fast oxidation types of allergies because the phytates they contain cause a loss of calcium, magnesium and zinc. (Web site)
  3. Grains are sources of carbohydrates, or sugars, and as such, they risk contamination by certain fungi. (Web site)
  4. Grains are divided into 2 subgroups, whole grains and refined grains.
  5. Grains are used in the preparation of many foods.


  1. Nutritional yeast, whole grains including brown rice, poultry and organ meats, broccoli and yams, mushrooms, salmon, eggs, peanuts and other legumes. (Web site)


  1. Cattle and sheep are raised, and Andorra's farms produce grains, vegetables, tobacco, and grapes. (Web site)
  2. Dairy products, poultry and poultry products, cattle, nursery and greenhouse products, and grains are especially valuable.
  3. Now the level grasslands supply corn, wheat, and other grains, and the hillier areas support domesticated ungulates: cattle and sheep. (Web site)


  1. A variety of agricultural products can be produced organically, including produce, grains, meat, dairy, eggs, and processed food products. (Web site)
  2. Potassium is found in a number of foods, including dairy, fish, and other meats, fruits, vegetables and whole grains. (Web site)
  3. Lean meats, dairy, grains, fruits, vegetables, etc. (Web site)


  1. The most common cause of constipation is a diet low in fiber found in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains and high in fats found in cheese, eggs, and meats.
  2. Cheese and milk are the best dietary sources of this vitamin, also green vegetables and whole grains. (Web site)
  3. A normal Gurage diet consists primarily of kocho, a thick bread made from ensete, and is supplemented by cabbage, cheese, butter, and grains. (Web site)


  1. Include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, soy, beans, seeds, nuts, olive oil, and cold-water fish (salmon, tuna, sardines, halibut, and mackerel).
  2. Dietary sources of valine embrace dairy products, grains, meat, mushrooms, peanuts, and soy protein. (Web site)
  3. Other causes of food allergy include: cow's milk (in infants), eggs, wheat or grains, soy, and a variety of fish and shellfish. (Web site)


  1. A common saprobe frequently isolated from soil, plant surfaces, seeds, grains, fruits and other food, human skin, and nails.
  2. It is found in plants, soil, grains, textiles, and paper products. (Web site)
  3. These fungi are commonly found in soil, food, cellulose, grains, paint, carpet, wallpaper, interior fiberglass duct insulation, and decaying vegetation.


  1. Liquor fermentation combines grains, plants, fruits, or vegetables with water to create a liquid blend mash. (Web site)
  2. Foods from plants, like vegetables, fruits, grains, and cereals, do not have any dietary cholesterol. (Web site)
  3. Non-heme iron, often found in plants (fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts) is not as easily absorbed as heme iron.


  1. Food Sources of Copper: Liver, kidney, seafood, organically grown grains, beans, nuts, leafy greens, seaweeds, bittersweet chocolate, mushrooms.
  2. Magnesium is found in many foods including spinach, broccoli, nuts (especially almonds), beans, whole grains and seafood.
  3. Good Food Sources: poultry, seafood, green leafy vegetables, egg yolk, nuts, seeds, wheat germ, whole grains. (Web site)


  1. It's just another example of the wisdom of eating a variety of foods, especially fruits, vegetables, and grains.
  2. People are eating more fruits, grains, and vegetables, and less red meat, and are aware of the need to control their weight. (Web site)
  3. By eating a variety of vegetables, fruits, grains and legumes every day even vegans can get enough of this nutrient. (Web site)


  1. Weifang is also rich in grains, cotton, tobacco, vegetables and fruits. (Web site)
  2. Many species are isolated from a variety of substrates, including grains, nuts, cotton, organic debris and water damaged, organic building materials. (Web site)
  3. Economically important activities throughout Central Asia and Russia include the production of wheat and other grains, cotton, and vegetables.


  1. Children who ate the most fruits, vegetables, and grains consumed more fiber than children who ate less of these foods. (Web site)
  2. Fiber is present in all plants that are eaten for food, including fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes.
  3. To do that, the USDA 2005 Dietary Guidelines recommend eating plenty of grains, fruits and vegetables, which are considered excellent sources for fiber. (Web site)


  1. Early humans obtained about half of their calories from carbohydrates, but these carbohydrates were rarely grains. (Web site)
  2. Choose fiber-rich food (whole grains, legumes, nuts) as the main source of carbohydrates, along with a high intake of fresh fruits and vegetables. (Web site)


  1. Yeast metabolizes the sugars extracted from grains, which produces alcohol and carbon dioxide, and thereby turns wort into beer.
  2. Food enzymes, such as Beano, which help break down the sugars found in vegetables and grains, can be added to foods that cause you to have gas. (Web site)
  3. Yeast, in a process called fermentation, metabolize the sugars extracted from the grains, producing many compounds including alcohol and carbon dioxide. (Web site)


  1. Where you get it: Milk, meat, poultry, fish, eggs, whole grains, seeds and nuts. (Web site)
  2. I was also eating a lot of what most people would consider healthy food: meat, cheese, milk, whole grains, nuts, vegetables, and fruits. (Web site)
  3. It is found in meats, eggs, milk, vegetables, grains, and other plant foods. (Web site)

Strong Light

  1. To reduce vitamin loss, refrigerate fresh produce, keep milk and grains away from strong light, and use the cooking water from vegetables to prepare soups. (Web site)
  2. To get the most vitamins possible from your food, refrigerate fresh produce and keep milk and grains away from strong light. (Web site)


  1. Aflatoxin is a toxin from a fungus that grows on grains such as corn and rice.
  2. The fungus infests and produces aflatoxin on a variety of stored grains, including corn and other agricultural commodities. (Web site)
  3. This fungus can grow at low moisture levels on grains, sugary food products, meat and wool. (Web site)


  1. A fungus that grows on grasses and cereal grains; the ergot of medical importance is Claviceps purpurea, which grows on rye.
  2. Ergot is the common name of a fungus in the genus Claviceps that is parasitic on certain grains and grasses.
  3. Ergot and its disease ergotism have been a worldwide plague to humans ever since humans have started to harvest and cultivate grains in all their forms.

Organ Meats

  1. Best sources of vitamin B2 are: whole grains, green leafy vegetables, organ meats, milk, and eggs. (Web site)
  2. Vitamin B3: Organ meats, meat, poultry, fish, legumes, dairy products, eggs, whole grains.
  3. Dietary sources are organ meats, leafy green vegetables, legumes, nuts, whole grains, and brewer's yeast. (Web site)


  1. Many Chinese "wines" are made from grains and herbs and distilled to high concentration. (Web site)
  2. Today most vodka is distilled from cereal grains. (Web site)


  1. So too, for that matter, should you never again eat seeds, whole grains, berries, fruit, vegetables, nuts, or sprouts. (Web site)
  2. They may eat other foods, such as vegetables, grains, or fruit, but meat is necessary as the primary source of their nutrients.
  3. Foods containing water soluble fiber include fruit, vegetables, oats, barley, wheat, whole grains, cereals, legumes, and psyllium. (Web site)


  1. The grains of grasses are single-seeded simple fruits where the pericarp (ovary wall) and seed coat are fused into one layer.


  1. The country's second largest city and chief trade center, Kandahar is a market for sheep, wool, cotton, food grains, fresh and dried fruit, and tobacco. (Web site)
  2. Food grains (CEREALS) come from members of this family.
  3. Jagdish: We are the importers& exporters of all kinds of extractions,pulses,food grains, copra,Jaggery,rice etc. (Web site)

Human Consumption

  1. The pasture farming that Gene Logsdon practices can also produce grains, fruits, herbs, mushrooms, and salad greens for human consumption. (Web site)


  1. Refined grains such as white rice and white flour have most of the vitamins and minerals removed.
  2. Coarse grains and their flour excluding paddy, rice and wheat and their flour.
  3. Most spaghetti and other pastas are made from flour from refined grains, which has two-thirds of the fiber removed. (Web site)


  1. About one-half of the pantothenic acid is lost in the milling of grains. (Web site)
  2. Mechanical abrasion of grains by milling does not occur, although this was originally thought to be the process that formed mylonite. (Web site)
  3. Milling of whole grains reduces the magnesium content of the processed flour to 20% of the amount initially present. (Web site)


  1. Mash - (verb) - Release of sugars from grains into water.
  2. Other alcoholic beverages are prepared in a fashion initially similar to beer, by the fermentation of a mash formed from cereal grains. (Web site)


  1. When meat and the grains are soft, mix them together, leave on a very low flame and keep mashing and mixing rigorously.
  2. The unfermented sugar solution, called wort, is obtained from steeping, or "mashing," malted grains, usually barley. (Web site)


  1. Plant sterols (phytosterols) are found in the fats of some plant foods such as nuts, seeds, whole grains, beans, lentils, and peas. (Web site)
  2. One must sprout all seeds, grains, pulse like lentils or beans a minimum of two hours or overnight before cooking them. (Web site)
  3. In Tamil Nadu, a typical meal consists of rice (mostly steamed), lentils, grains and vegetables. (Web site)


  1. Second, Kitniyot are often grown in fields adjacent to those in which chametz is grown, and these grains tend to mix together.
  2. Literally "small things," kitniyot refers to other grains or legumes.
  3. Among traditional Ashkenazi Jews, the custom during Passover is to refrain from not only products of the five grains but also kitniyot. (Web site)


  1. Uraninite was found as grains and crystals 1 to 25 mm long associated with magnetite and hornblende in the pegmatite bodies near the mine. (Web site)
  2. Phaneritic rocks contain minerals with grains (crystals) visible to the.
  3. Igneous Rock Textures Phaneritic texture is where individual mineral grains (crystals) are visible with the naked eye.


  1. Fossilized materials in the limestone, along with its original carbonate minerals, recrystallise and form large, coarse grains of calcite.
  2. Lapis lazuli is not a single mineral but an intergrowth lazurite with calcite, pyroxene, and commonly small grains of pyrite.
  3. The sand grains surrounded by calcite are etched to a greater extent than those within the barite crystals.


  1. Unlike most other grains, the outer hull or pericarp of the popcorn kernel is thick and impervious to moisture.
  2. Water Oat is more tolerant of wet soil conditions than barley, and it requires more moisture than the other small grains (McLeod, 1982).
  3. As with all cereal grains, each kernel of popcorn contains a certain amount of moisture in its starchy endosperm.

Cubic Foot

  1. Humidity, absolute Weight of water vapor per cubic foot of dry air, expressed as grains of moisture per cubic foot.


  1. To keep this from happening, avoid combining proteins and starches (including grains, like rice, and starchy vegetables, like potatoes) in the same meal.
  2. Dr. Erasmus believes that people with hypothyroidism should switch from grains and starches to green vegetables as their primary source of carbohydrates. (Web site)
  3. One easy way to improve glycemic index is to simply replace starches and sugars with whole grains and legumes (dried peas, beans, and lentils). (Web site)


  1. Tateoka, T. (1954). On the systematic significance of starch grains of seeds in Poaceae.
  2. If a food processor or similar is used for mashing, it will mechanically break the starch grains, releasing amylose. (Web site)
  3. Chloroplasts of stressed plants differed from control plants not only in the thylakoid and stroma values but also in the lack of starch grains.


  1. Often associated with other copper minerals, it occurs in thin veins, nuggets and small grains.


  1. WHOLE GRAINS - Whole grains are an excellent source of protein, fiber, B vitamins, iron, zinc and other essential minerals. (Web site)
  2. Food Sources of Zinc: Liver, meat, sardines, oysters, eggs, yogurt, leafy greens, beans, pumpkin seeds, nuts, whole grains.
  3. Foods highest in zinc include fish, legumes, meats, oysters, poultry, seafood, whole grains, egg yolks and brewers yeast.


  1. Foods high in phytic acid include whole grain bread, beans, seeds, nuts, grains, and soy isolates.
  2. The processing and cooking of grains lowers their phytic acid content, often by more than 50%. (Web site)


  1. Nearly black hornblende dominates these rocks; interspersed feldspar grains tend to be medium gray to white. (Web site)
  2. Quartz and Feldspar grains, however show no preferred orientation. (Web site)
  3. Granite - An unstratified igneous rock composed of coarse grains or crystals of quartz, feldspar, mica and sometimes hornblende. (Web site)


  1. Most sandstones consist of grains of quartz, feldspar and small rock fragments. (Web site)
  2. Crystalline SIO2 as quartz is a major constituent of many igneous rocks and also constitutes the bulk of the grains in most sandstones.
  3. Clastic rocks made of small, sand-sized grains are called sandstones.

Good Sources

  1. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and milk products are all important to a healthful diet and can be good sources of the nutrients of concern (see ch. (Web site)
  2. Good sources of Zinc are organ meats, seafood (especially shellfish), whole grains, and legumes (beans and peas).
  3. Vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and beans are good sources of carbohydrates. (Web site)

Grain Products

  1. Include plenty of vegetables, fruits, grain products and whole grains each day. (Web site)
  2. Good iron sources include whole or enriched grains and grain products, iron-fortified cereals, legumes, green leafy vegetables, and dried fruits. (Web site)
  3. Grain products, especially whole grains, are very important because they provide the carbohydrate, fiber, and many vitamins that your body needs.

Cereal Crops

  1. Cereal crops are grown for their palatable fruit (grains or caryopses), which are primarily endosperm. (Web site)
  2. Cereal crops or grains are mostly grasses cultivated for their edible grains or seeds (i.e., botanically a type of fruit called a caryopsis).
  3. The millets are a group of small- seeded species of cereal crops or grains, widely grown around the world for food and fodder. (Web site)

Dairy Products

  1. Food Sources of Molybdenum: Organically raised dairy products, legumes, grains, leafy greens, seaweeds.
  2. Foods high in protein include legumes, grains, soy products, nuts, dairy products and eggs. (Web site)
  3. Most grains, vegetables, and meats contain pantothenic acid, as well as liver, yeast, salmon, eggs, and dairy products. (Web site)

Common Contaminant

  1. Aw 0.90. A common contaminant of grains, fruits, dairy products, paper, textiles, soil, and water; often present as part of the normal human flora. (Web site)
  2. A common contaminant isolated from soil, air, stored grains, foods, and the indoor environment.


  1. Basic food(s) (1) According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, rice, grains, oilseeds, and meat.
  2. Endosperm accounts for the economic importance of cereal grains and oilseeds.


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