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The Nutritional Value Of Oil Bean Seed
Its Fiber: Fiber, of both water soluble and water insoluble variety, provides health benefits. Fiber accelerates how quickly food transits through the gut. Fiber adds bulk to stool and improves bowel regularity. Fiber can be used as an adjunct to weight loss by filling you up without excess calories, and in so doing restricting fat intake. But too much fiber can make you gassy and increase stool volume. ...Read more
Not only does mineral oil have no nutritional value but it can interfere with the absorption of fat soluble vitamins (a, d, e and k).
I do not recommend the use of mineral oil and, if ever used, should only be used on rare occasions.
See http://www. Nationalmssociety. Org/treating-ms/medications/mineral-oil. ...Read more
Doc does boiling mixed beans in water n having them. ....With an aim to achieve protein? Does it gives protein or its nutritional value decreases?
Probably: Flax seed will degrade by becoming rancid due to oxidation of the fats. So expired flax seed, ground or otherwise, might have an unpleasant taste. It has less nutritional value due to fat degredation. ...Read more
It depends: The answer depends on the specific cereal you're eating. Many have too much sugar in them, etc. A good site where you can check the nutritional value in different cereals is cereal facts: http://www. Cerealfacts. Org/ another is nutrition resource: http://www. Nutritionresource. Com/foodcomp2.Cfm? Id=0800. ...Read more
Some peels: Have high nutritious value and other peels should not be eaten at all. ...Read more
Yes: In more ways that I will list. Alcohol in quantity is toxic to your nervous system. It requires b vitamins and other nutrients in order to process and detoxify it but does not provide those nutrients so you are robbing your body of nutrients to process it. That's the tip of an iceberg. But consider sugar, all nutrients in sugar cane to process the sugar, but refined sugar, all removed. ...Read more
Yes,: Read the label to see what is in there. It really is food with calories and all. ...Read more
No nutritional value: I would not recommend it since it can get lodged in your throat. It has no nutritional value whatsoever. ...Read more
Most man made foods: I always have the same answer for this question. Eat God made food and leave the man made food alone ...Read more
How can certain foods be so low in calories? Does it mean they don't offer much nutritional value?
Nutrient density: Calories come from fats, carbs and protein. Fats have more calories per gram so low-fat food has lower calories. Nutritional value comes from those but also vitamins, minerals & phytonutrients. Some high calorie-foods like sodas & fries have almost no nutritional value while foods like kale, mushrooms & berries are very low in calories but dense in nutrients. Indeed, such foods are the healthiest! ...Read more
I'm curious as to what has more nutritional value, a cucumber with the peel, or a cucumber without the peel?
USDA: There are many resources but looking for the usda nutrient tables is a very broad base and those sites will be a start. There are other sites that maintain nutrient values for different foods. You will find some differences, depending on the source. ...Read more
Crab: Crab meat is a healthy source of nutrition for protein with a low fat content. It has many micronutrients also including zinc and copper. The negative is that it also is high in salt and sterols. Researchers used to categorize these sterols found in crab (and other shellfish also) as cholesterol confusing the issue for nutritionists. As always, a balanced diet is ultimately the best for anyone. ...Read more
It can kill some of: The enzymes.Get a more detailed answer ›