Healthy Lifestyle: A Significant Food Habits

In recent years, unhealthy eating habits have been on the rise. The reasons are not hard to pin down – people have become too busy, stressed and oh, they want to ‘cut down’ on calories. These often lead to people downing anything filling, but less than nutritious. Eating healthy involves a lot of commitment, but … Read more

The caffeine consumption review

We all love to drink coffee, we used to drink coffee when we wake up in the everyday to kick-start our morning. But you will absolutely not love the bad effects that coffee can bring to you.Caffeine goes about as a stimulant by enacting the central nervous system. It can battle tiredness and enhance concentration … Read more

A Research On The Objectives Of The Tea Party

Case Study: The Tea Party The Tea Party was created in February of 2009, and was aimed at opposing over taxation of the public and government intervention in the private sector. A secondary goal of the party was controlling immigration. The organization is sometimes related back to the Republican Party. The person who is generally … Read more

Homemade Hamburger and Fries: My Favorite Meal

My favorite meal is a hamburger and fries. I love a hamburger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuces, onions, and ketchup. I always cook my meat first because it takes longer than the fries. With my hamburger I put season salt and sometimes onion powder depends on who I’m cooking it for, I let it cook for … Read more

Cereals As A Staple & Refined Food

Cereals is any grass cultivated for the edible components of its grain, composed of the endosperm, germ and bran. A grain used for food. A plant (such as a grass) yielding starchy grain suitable for food. Prepared foodstuff of grain (such as oatmeal or cornflakes). By consuming cereals it benefits us as it helps to … Read more

Acceptability of Taro and Purple Yam

The Problem and Its Background Introduction Crackers are widely eaten in the world, many people loves it because it is very handy and not hassle to eat, you’ll just need to open the packaging and it is ready to be eaten. This food are for all ages and comes with a lot of variety, but … Read more

Meat And Dairy Industry: Harmful Effects

Many adults in the world today, specifically in the United States, struggle with chronic health conditions including cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity, hypertension, Alzheimer’s, arthritis and erectile dysfunction. I believe this is due to diet and a whole food plant-based diet can solve the problem Of the 24 patients who stuck with the plant … Read more

Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD)

Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD) Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD) is caused by damage to the liver from years of excessive drinking. Years of alcohol abuse can cause the liver to become inflamed and swollen. This damage can also cause scarring known as cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is the final stage of liver disease.ARLD is a major public health … Read more

Chefdom: Life of a Chef

Being a chef today is very different than it was even just a decade ago. Chefs used to be invisible workhorses hiding behind a stove, churning out glorious dish without much recognition from their diners. Today that whole dynamics has changed. Chefs are the reason to go to a restaurant. They are regarded as rock … Read more

Genetically Modified Foods: For Or Against

Abstract Genetically modified organisms have become a highly controversial topic in science despite the fact that people have been changing the genes of crops for years. It begs the question as to why the topic has become an issue. Genetic Engineering mainly referrers to methods that make use of recombinant DNA technology (gene cloning). Genetic … Read more

The analysis of Dunkin Donuts

Dunkin Donuts faces a very competitive environment within the coffee and snack industry. A major threat is other large competitors, including Starbucks Corporation, Peet’s Coffee, and newer entrants like McDonald’s McCafe, with the most significant threat coming from Starbucks. While Dunkin Donuts, as of April 2011, owns 16.1% of the market, Starbucks has 32.6% of … Read more

Difference Between Pasteurized and Homogenized Milk

We have always heard that drinking milk is very important for our overall health. After all, milk is fortified with a range of vitamins including, vitamin B2 and B12, vitamin A and D, as well providing a source of calcium, pantothenic acid, selenium, biotin and protein which can aid our general health. In this article, … Read more

Pepper Tap as a Hyperlocal Grocery Delivery Startup

PEPPER TAP Pepper Tap was AN on-demand hyperlocal grocery delivery startup primarily based out of Gurgaon(Gurugram). PepperTap began its journey on Nov 2014, by Navneet Singh and Milind Sharma. PepperTap was started with a vision to revolutionize grocery shopping; No additional queues, No additional parking hassles, No additional negotiation with sabzi-wallahs.They worked on “100% Inventory-less” … Read more

The differences between nutrient-dense foods and empty-calorie foods and their effects on health

Nutrient dense – rich in nutrients, low in calories-eating a variety of nutrient dense foods allows people to sustain their health and obtain the suggested amount of vitamins, minerals, etc. -rich in healthy fats, complex carbohydrates, vitamins, lean protein, and minerals (“What Does it Mean to Eat Nutrient Dense Foods?”, 2018)-larger portions can be consumed … Read more

The Origin, Roles, And Responsibilities Of A Pastry Chef

The historical records on the pastry chef career show that Egyptians started baking breads as early as 2600-2100 BC (Friberg & Amy 5). It is believed that the Egyptians acquired the skills of baking from the Babylonians. The skills were later spread to the Roman Empire where baking flourished well. The skill of baking later … Read more

Starbucks case

Coming to the social media, Starbucks makes a really virtuous use of the social media as its marketing strategy. The first and foremost thing they did was to offer free Wi-Fi to its customers. When anyone talks about social media, Facebook, instagram comes in mind. So therefore, in 2008, Starbucks made their Facebook page and … Read more

Family Heritage Foodways and Cultural Self-Awareness

Cultural Self-Awareness and Family Heritage Foodways Assignment Foodways and Health Beliefs It is fundamental to include all foods that originate from all corners of the world, especially that we are privileged enough to be able to cheaply in the age of globalization. Foods that are eaten daily in my apartment include free range eggs, raw … Read more

Strategical And Marketing Analysis Of Adnams Plc Brewer Of Beer

Executive summary This paper is divided into two parts. Part one of the paper addresses the strategy analysis while part two addresses the marketing analysis. In the strategy analysis, tools such as SWOT analysis and the Porter’s five forces are used to determine the strategic positioning of Adnams. SWOT analysis identifies the internal strengths and … Read more

Ecological Analysis Of Mango Pollination: The Impact Of Arthropods On Pollination And Fruit Set Of Keitt Mangoes

Upon anthesis, wind and insects play an important role in the pollination of mangoes. The exact species of insects, however, is unexplored, and there is no connection between specific insects and the amount of pollen being transported. Minimal pollen deposition rates and differences in environmental conditions leads to differentiating insect importance. In response to these … Read more

Can you make butter from store bought milk?

Can you make butter from store bought milk? If you can what is the best type of milk to use? If you can’t what is the best way to make butter? I woke up this morning to try to find answers to my question and these articles below are a few articles on what I … Read more

Diet of a Small Planet

What is Diet for a small planet? Diet for a Small Planet was the bestselling book written by Francis Moore Lappe, author, and activist. It was the first book which actually met requirements for healthy eating and a strong, nutritious lifestyle. It stated the impacts of meat production on the environment and claimed it to … Read more

Digestive system: what is it?

DIGESTION is important for breaking down food into nutrients, which the body uses for energy, growth, and cell repair. Food and drink must be changed into smaller molecules of nutrients before the blood absorbs them and carries them to cells throughout the body. The body breaks down nutrients from food and drink into carbohydrates, protein, … Read more

Rice Haggard’s Tract On the Sacred Import of the Christian Name Is One of the Most Influential Documents Produced by the Restoration Movement

Summary Rice Haggard’s tract, On the Sacred Import of the Christian Name, has proven to be one of the most influential documents produced by the Restoration Movement. The primary objective of this document is apologetic, as Haggard intended to convince his audience that the name Christian is the only proper title or moniker for both … Read more

Ethiopian Coffee

In the documentary Black Gold, it explains the story about Ethiopian coffee farmers who struggle to seek higher prices for their coffee beans. Ethiopia is the largest producer of coffee in Africa and makes up 67 percent of export revenue in Ethiopia. With over 15 million individuals depending on coffee farming and production for survival. … Read more

"A History Of The World In 6 Glasses"

“A History of the World in 6 Glasses” The author’s main thesis is that ever since humans have settled around rivers, drinks have greatly shaped human history. These fluids are vital because unlike food, humans can not go long without drinking water and water is needed for our survival. Beer’s discovery may have led to … Read more

A Linguistic Phenomena Of An Idiom "Piece Of Cake"

Piece of Cake The central feature of this composition will investigate the linguistic phenomena known as an idiom. An idiom is a non-literal word or phrase. One of my favorite idioms in English is the idiom piece of cake. The idiom piece of cake has an English origin. The earliest written record of this idiom … Read more

Halal Food Perceptions Of Non Muslims

In highly globalized era, current world population observed as 7.6 billion, it is projected to reach 8.6 billion in 2030 and 9.8 billion in 2050. The rate of increase in Muslim’s population is higher than rate of increase in world’s population. Muslim population has been increased 18 percent as compares to world population which increased … Read more

A Cup of Ginger Tea: Relaying the Story of My Family

On the airplane from Tokyo to New York, while everyone else was sleeping, my nose caught a fragrance of ginger tea. There were no better thing than a home flavor when you are in another country. For me, a cup of ginger tea usually settle me down and clear all moodiness from me. After I … Read more

The role of the dietary fiber

Dietary fiber is a type of carbohydrate that can be found in plants. It aids in preventing constipation. Dietary fiber can also help you feel full faster and help with digestion. Another benefit of dietary fiber is the prevention of some chronic diseases, including some cancers and heart disease. There are two types of dietary … Read more

Learn 5 Rules Of Smart Dieting

To see the best results from any diet plan, you’ve got to know the “Diet Instruction”. These practices are essential for superior results. It will take you to the guaranteed result, continuing with good health and energy. Much weight-watcher miss out on one or more of these procedures, and they took their victory. Eat More … Read more

Drinking and driving

Driving and drinking is among the worst habits practiced by people all over the world. People think that it is okay to drive themselves to town or even to their homes after drinking. However, this is one thing that leads to occurrence of accidents on our roads leading to serious consequences. Most of the times … Read more

Chewing Gum: Its History And Types

Chewing Gum is a mixture of natural or synthetic gums and resins, sweetened with sugar and corn syrup or any other sweeteners. Also added is color and flavors such as, Watermelon (everybody’s favorite), grape, orange, cherry, raspberry, Strawberry, even pineapple. The first chewing gum was patented was in 1869. The basic material for all chewing … Read more

Tips in fast cooking

Instead of cooking or preparing meals at home, due to lack of organization or time, busy people often buy junk food, which is usually replete with submerged fats, sugar and calories without supplements. We call this food similar substances. Let’s be honest, life happens and in some cases this is the alternative that we must … Read more

Sir Robert Peel’s intents and dreams for policing America

Sir Robert Peel looked at the police force, arguably, as some people do today. He believed that peoples behavior was influenced by what they saw police do – as they were seen as authoritarian figures. Not only that, but there was no real police force when Peel began his journey. The English people were scared … Read more