Despite the perceived abundance, the Basmati rice variety stands out as the one that is dietarily
preferred in the UAE, grown exclusively by India and Pakistan.
Vitamin [D.sub.2] (ergocalciferol) is largely human-made and added to foods whereas vitamin [D.sub.3] (cholecalciferol) is synthesized in the skin, from 7-dehydrocholesterol, and it can be also taken dietarily
via animal-based foods.
The latter has high amounts of salt and processing in addition to its very high saturated animal fat content, achieving a kind of trifecta of terrible, dietarily
Studies have shown that oxidative stress (dietarily
induced with n-3 fatty acids) is effective in controlling cecal coccidia (E.
In summary, both genistein and lycopene, at very low, dietarily
relevant concentrations can potentially mitigate tumorigenic processes via promoter methylation modulation of gene expression.
diverse, all members of this primate group exhibit a fused symphysis that also does not vary with diet.
Little wonder that men have become as dietarily
confused as women.
Compiled from the pages of 'Eating Well' magazine by Joyce Hendley and the publication's editorial staff, "The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook: Delicious Recipes And Tips For A Healthy-Carbohydrate Lifestyle" fully lives up to the promise of its title by offering a culinary wealth of diabetes-friendly recipes that are as delicious as they are nutritious and dietarily