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Does fiber affect phytase in the swine diet?


Does fiber affect phytase in the swine diet?

National Hog Farmer - August 2, 2018

By Jesus Acosta, Iowa State University Department of Animal Science Ph.D. student; and John F. Patience, Iowa State University Department of Animal Science ...

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Humankind documentary: Diet and Health
Minnesota Public Radio News, Minnesota - November 21, 2018

Listen Story audio 51min 59sec A Thanksgiving Eve documentary about food, nutrition and health. Physicians and nutritionists discuss what we know about the ways a healthful diet can increase your long-term well-being. Some physicians are taking ...

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Guest Column: Children and nutrition: How strict should you be? - Albert Lea Tribune
Albert Lea Tribune, Minnesota - November 16, 2018

By Emily SchmidtAlbert Lea resident Emily Schmidt is a registered dietitian at Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea. She enjoys writing, cooking and spending time with her son and family.Childhood obesity and other health problems, including high cholesterol ...

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Guest Column: Children and nutrition: How strict should you be? - Albert Lea Tribune
Albert Lea Tribune, Minnesota - November 16, 2018

By Emily SchmidtAlbert Lea resident Emily Schmidt is a registered dietitian at Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea. She enjoys writing, cooking and spending time with her son and family.Childhood obesity and other health problems, including high cholesterol ...

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FODMAP diet: What is it and what are the benefits
Mankato Free Press, Minnesota - October 15, 2018

Q. Can you explain what the FODMAP diet is? And who can benefit?A. I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about the FODMAP diet.This awkwardly named diet is often recommended as a way to relieve chronic digestive complaints such as bloating, abdominal ...

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Genetic factors, not diet, are the prime drivers behind gout, study finds | MinnPost
MinnPost, Minnesota - October 12, 2018

Until the 1980s, diet — particularly spicy foods — was considered a key cause of stomach ulcers (along with stress). Then we found out that these painful sores on the lining of the stomach were actually caused by a bacterium known as Helicobacter ...

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