Scientists say they have discovered why some vegetables like cabbage, broccoli and kale – can reduce the risk of bowel cancers. The calciferous vegetable is said to be good for the gut has never been in doubt but a detailed explanation has been elusive.
This is according to the BBC.
Researchers in the Highlands of Scotland are giving farmed salmon feed made from genetically modified crops.
The aim of the scientific trial is to increase the nutritional value of the fish. The feed is said to be rich in healthy fish oils, which the team hope will be absorbed by the salmon.
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Today on our delicacy news, one of us Adeyemi Jeremiah, an Agricultural Engineer interviewed Miss Adeola a final year student of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomoso where she is studying Accountancy.
She talked to us about a Nigerian meal called Egbo (Beans and Corn).
National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control’s directorate of Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (FSAN) recently raised an alarm over the importation of contaminated frozen mixed vegetables in the country.
NAFDAC has responded to an alert from the International Food Safety Authorities Network (INFOSAN) on outbreak of Listeriosis in some parts of Europe.
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Today we will be talking about the LUNGUDA tribe from Adamawa state. The Lunguda are an ethnic group living in Adamawa and Gombe State in Nigeria.
World Milk Day is a day set aside to celebrate the importance of milk as a global food! It is celebrated every June 1.
Milk is the first food a child gets immediately after birth and is perhaps the one food a person consumes throughout life.
Cross Rivers State Governor, Ben Ayade has expressed optimistm at the state’s economy saying that it would soon record a giant leap with the expected generation of over N70 billion yearly from the state’s Rice City project.
He described the Cross Rivers Rice City, as the largest and first of its kind in Africa.
As anyone who has ever eaten a really hot chilli will testify, they can cause a lot of pain.
Chillies come in many shapes, colours, sizes and strengths, but one thing they have in common is the burning sensation they cause in your mouth, eyes and any other part of your body into which their juices come into contact.
A man who recently ate the world’s hottest chilli pepper in a chilli-eating contest has ended up in hospital after experiencing “thunderclap” headaches. The 34-year-old man had eaten one Carolina Reaper chilli in the contest in New York State, USA.
The “crushingly painful” headaches reportedly came on in the next few days.
Three Australians have reportedly died after consuming melon contaminated with listeria amid an outbreak that has promoted health authorities to warn those at risk to throw out pre-cut melons.
Listeria is a commonly found bacteria and for most people who consume foods that contain it, it does not cause illness. But for elderly people, pregnant women or those with serious conditions like diabetes or cancer, it poses a serious threat.