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HEALTHY NUTRITION ON FARM ANIMALS By ROBERT SEAN
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Nutrition is the science that interprets the interaction of nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism. It includes... More > food intake, absorption, assimilation, biosynthesis, catabolism and excretion. The diet of an organism is what it eats, which is largely determined by the availability and adaptability of foods. For humans, a healthy diet includes preparation of food and storage methods that preserve nutrients from oxidation, heat or leaching, and that reduce risk of food borne illnesses. In humans, an unhealthy diet can cause deficiency-related diseases such as blindness, anemia, scurvy, preterm birth, stillbirth and cretinism,or nutrient excess health-threatening conditions such as obesity and metabolic syndrome; and such common chronic systemic diseases as cardiovascular disease,diabetes,and osteoporosis. Under nutrition can lead to wasting in acute cases.< Less
Nutritional balance of milk of minor dairy animals By Jose D. Perezgonzalez
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PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D (2011). Nutritional balance of minor dairy animals' milk. The Balanced Nutrition Index (ISSN 1177-8849), 2012, issue 2. This issue of the BNI™ is a supporting document for... More > a research on the nutritional balance of milk from dairy animals other than cows. [See BNI™ database at http://BNI-INE.wikidot.com]< Less
No Animal Food and Nutrition and Diet with Vegetable Recipes By Rupert H. Wheldon
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Cancer: Nutrition and Survival By Steve Hickey & Hilary Roberts
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Microevolution explains what cancer is, how it develops and how to eradicate it. Cancer occurs in multi-celled organisms when cells escape the body’s controls and behave like their... More > single-celled ancestors. Such changes, triggered by oxidative damage, result in faulty cell division. Animals and plants have developed ways to stop their cells reverting to primitive forms. Hence, anticancer substances are common throughout nature. Therapies based on these take advantage of metabolic differences between cancer cells and healthy cells, to destroy cancer while helping healthy cells. Clinical trials are needed to test such non-toxic therapies. Biological research suggests that cancer is a treatable condition. Although current data is not sufficient to indicate the degree of life extension achievable, many terminal patients might die of other causes, before the cancer kills them. Cancer patients deserve to be offered this opportunity.< Less
Cancer: Nutrition and Survival By Steve Hickey & Hilary Roberts
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Microevolution explains what cancer is, how it develops and how to eradicate it. Cancer occurs in multi-celled organisms when cells escape the body’s controls and behave like their... More > single-celled ancestors. Such changes, triggered by oxidative damage, result in faulty cell division. Animals and plants have developed ways to stop their cells reverting to primitive forms. Hence, anticancer substances are common throughout nature. Therapies based on these take advantage of metabolic differences between cancer cells and healthy cells, to destroy cancer while helping healthy cells. Clinical trials are needed to test such non-toxic therapies. Biological research suggests that cancer is a treatable condition. Although current data is not sufficient to indicate the degree of life extension achievable, many terminal patients might die of other causes, before the cancer kills them. Cancer patients deserve to be offered this opportunity. Non-printable e-book - printed version now available.< Less
Why Green Nutrition? Exploring the Nutritional Benefits of Wheat Grass for Pets By Catherine Hoffmann & Marty Walls
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Ever wonder why your cat nibbles on your favorite houseplants? Or your dog eats lawn grass? Get the facts about why your pets are crazy about greens… and the powerful benefits of green... More > nutrition found in wheat grass.< Less
Creationist Diet: Second Edition; A Comprehensive Guide to Bible and Science Based Nutrition By Gary F. Zeolla
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What did God give to human beings for food? What does the Bible teach about diet and nutrition? How do the Biblical teachings on foods compare to scientific research on nutrition and the relationship... More > of diet to degenerative disease like heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and osteoporosis? These and other questions are addressed in this book. This Second Edition is 2-1/2 times as long as the First Edition. This Second Edition also presents a different perspective on diet. The First Edition mostly advocated a vegan diet, while this Second Edition also advocates for a diet that includes animal foods. But, and this is very important, those animal foods are to be what are called “old-fashioned” meats, dairy, and eggs, not the “factory farm” products that most people eat. What is meant by these two terms and the incredible difference between them is explained in this book. Many more diet related topics are also covered, every subject imaginable about sound nutritional practices.< Less
Creationist Diet: Second Edition; A Comprehensive Guide to Bible and Science Based Nutrition By Gary F. Zeolla
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What did God give to human beings for food? What does the Bible teach about diet and nutrition? How do the Biblical teachings on foods compare to scientific research on nutrition and the relationship... More > of diet to degenerative disease like heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and osteoporosis? These and other questions are addressed in this book. This Second Edition is 2-1/2 times as long as the First Edition. This Second Edition also presents a different perspective on diet. The First Edition mostly advocated a vegan diet, while this Second Edition also advocates for a diet that includes animal foods. But, and this is very important, those animal foods are to be what are called “old-fashioned” meats, dairy, and eggs, not the “factory farm” products that most people eat. What is meant by these two terms and the incredible difference between them is explained in this book. Many more diet related topics are also covered, every subject imaginable about sound nutritional practices.< Less
Creationist Diet: Second Edition; A Comprehensive Guide to Bible and Science Based Nutrition By Gary F. Zeolla
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What did God give to human beings for food? What does the Bible teach about diet and nutrition? How do the Biblical teachings on foods compare to scientific research on nutrition and the relationship... More > of diet to degenerative disease like heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and osteoporosis? These and other questions are addressed in this book. This Second Edition is 2-1/2 times as long as the First Edition. This Second Edition also presents a different perspective on diet. The First Edition mostly advocated a vegan diet, while this Second Edition also advocates for a diet that includes animal foods. But, and this is very important, those animal foods are to be what are called “old-fashioned” meats, dairy, and eggs, not the “factory farm” products that most people eat. What is meant by these two terms and the incredible difference between them is explained in this book. Many more diet related topics are also covered, every subject imaginable about sound nutritional practices.< Less
Creationist Diet: Second Edition Comprehensive Guide to Bible and Science Based Nutrition By Gary Zeolla
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What did God give to human beings for food? What does the Bible teach about diet and nutrition? How do the Biblical teachings on foods compare to scientific research on nutrition and the relationship... More > of diet to degenerative disease like heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and osteoporosis? These and other questions are addressed in this book. This Second Edition is 2-1/2 times as long as the First Edition. This Second Edition also presents a different perspective on diet. The First Edition mostly advocated a vegan diet, while this Second Edition also advocates for a diet that includes animal foods. But, and this is very important, those animal foods are to be what are called “old-fashioned” meats, dairy, and eggs, not the “factory farm” products that most people eat. What is meant by these two terms and the incredible difference between them is explained in this book. Many more diet related topics are also covered, every subject imaginable about sound nutritional practices.< Less

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