The Wesleyan Argus | Lactose Intolerance, Enzymes Explained
This sector is poised for continued growth due to ongoing development of a greater range of products that dont sacrifice quality, texture or taste. Janel Ordemann, a professional assistant with Suffolk Community College Baking & Pastry Arts Program in Riverhead, worked for months to source ingredients and get the recipe just right. Obstacles involved replacing conventional food coloring with plant dyes, including almond flavor while following nut-free guidelines, sourcing a chocolate free of soy and milk, and finding a gluten free flour that leaves no gritty mouth-feel. Anything less than perfection was not an option, she states. A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to help fund this emerging alternative baking company. Rewards (most of which include their Radical Rainbow Cookies) are offered to project backers as a thank you for their support. If fully funded (Kickstarter is all or nothing) the money will go toward certifications (Kosher, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Vegan) and lab tests regarding nutritionals and allergens, in addition to other more common baking company start-up expenses.
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Superfoods Not Necessarily Super for Everyone – NY1
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Deficiencies may have a genetic cause, or they can result from injuries or infections in the smallintestine. An inability to break down lactose causes irritation in the intestinal lining, which causes digestive pain, swelling, and discomfort. These symptoms are similar to those from other food allergies and intolerances, so it is important not toself-diagnose. Lactose intolerance varies based on the individual and how hir body reacts to lactose. Some people are able to consume small amounts of milk products with minimal or no symptoms, while others cannot tolerate any amount of lactose. A few dairy products have lower levels of lactose present, so it might be easier for someone to process these. The best way to prevent any pain or discomfort is to avoid, or strictly limit, dairy productsaltogether. Having recently learned of my own intolerance to lactose, I was frustrated at first at having to give up dairy products.
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Biggety Bat, That Is, for ages 5 and older, 7 p.m. Oct. 8. Join author Ann Ingalls as she reads Biggety Bat’s story, make bat hats, sing bat songs, and perform fingerplays, study bat houses, and a few other batty activities. Smartphone Apps for Better Health, for adults, 7 p.m. Oct. 14. There are smartphone apps for just about every aspect of your well-being, and in this class you’ll see how some of the most popular ones can really impact your health. Kid Gamers Game Night, for ages 6 and older, 6:30 p.m.
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However, if you have certain medical conditions or take certain medications, even have some allergies or intolerances, it could be something that you need to stay away from,” says Alissa Rumsey, a registered dietitian at New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center. Rumsey highlighted a few super-foods that may not be so super for everyone. For example, chia seeds and quinoa are all the rage these days, but she says if you have a sensitive gut, you may want to go easy. “Quinoa and chia seeds nutritionally are both great. They have a lot of fiber. They have a lot of protein, which not all grains have in them,” Rumsey says.
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