Fiber

  • Obesity & Fiber

    High Fiber Diet and Diabetes: effect of soluble and insoluble fiber on plasma glucose levels. Introduction Obesity associated with low physical activity is a leading cause of type II diabetes mellitus. (Montonen J et al. 2002) Diet and eating habits are major contributing factors in the development of obesity, thus diet is one of the modifiable risk factors that can ultimately lead to or prevent the development of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus. (Ventura E. et al 2009) Strong

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  • Fats and Fibers

    nutrients that are needed within the body, such as fiber and lipids, these are needed in the aide of digestion. This is needed to move the digested food through the body and out the colon and exiting the anus. There are sources of dietary fibers that many people pass up or do not get enough of. These fibers are found in beans, whole grains. oat bran, whole grains. fruits, and vegetables. Now many people know that oats are a good source of fiber but often skip over them simply because oats

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  • Check Point Fiber Research

    Check Point: Fiber Research SCI/241 October 11, 2012 Fiber plays an important role in your body’s health by helping to reduce blood cholesterol levels, reducing risk for cardiovascular disease, controlling weight by making you feel full with fewer calories, and helping to prevent constipation. Dietary fibers are fibers that are made up of plant parts that the body cannot digest. The best forms of dietary fibers are found in whole grain foods instead of food made from refined grains

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  • Fiber

    Fiber Research Fiber serves many functions in aiding the body perform a variety of tasks including lowering cholesterol levels by preventing or slowing the absorption of saturated fatty acids or biliary cholesterol. It has been proven through several observational studies that there are significant inverse associations between the total fiber intake and cardiovascular health and other health problems causing death. Through a recent study in China there are reports that lower cholesterol levels

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  • Fats and Fibers

    Understand Your Fats and Fibers Tonya Rorem SCI/241 Instructor: Kevin Modglin According to the “Face the Fat’s” section on the American Heart Association web site bad fats are saturated and trans fats and the better fats are monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Fish and Omega-3 oils are the best fats. Saturated fat are triglycerides that contain only saturated fatty acids. A few examples of foods that contain large amounts of saturated fat are animal fats such as cream, cheese, butter

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  • Optical Fiber

    ------------------------------------------------- Optical fiber An optical fiber is a flexible, transparent fiber made of a pure glass (silica) not much wider than a human hair. It functions as a waveguide, or "light pipe", to transmit light between the two ends of the fiber.[1] The field of applied science and engineering concerned with the design and application of optical fibers is known as fiber optics. Optical fibers are widely used in fiber-optic communications, which permits transmission over

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  • Fiber

    Banana Fiber Textile Products -----Fruit Clothing,Love Life,Love Earth | | | Banana fibers such as flax, jute, hemp, and pineapple etc plant fibers. are all made up of thick walled cell tissue and they are bonded together by natural gums and support the branches, stems, leaves and fruits. Although banana plants and fibers are available in tropical regions in abundance, their application potential has not been exploited fully. At present,other companys make the limited application of banana

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  • Fat and Fiber

    Fat and Fiber Research According to the “Face the Fats” article, “bad” fats are saturated fats and trans fats. “Most trans fat is created when manufacturers turn liquid oils into more solid fats like shortening and margarine. Saturated fat occurs naturally in nearly all fatty foods, but mostly in meats, dairy products, and tropical oils like palm kernel and coconut” (Center for Science in the Public Interest, 2002, p. 3). Both fats should try to be avoided, but the worst one is trans fat

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  • Fats and Fibers

    Fats and Fibers Ewanshia J. Graham SCI/241 - Nutrition September 13, 2012 Derrick King Fats and Fibers According to the American Heart Association (2010) there are a number of fats that are consumed by humans on a daily basis; some fats are beneficial for us while others are not. The four major dietary fats, that we normally consume, have varying chemical structures and differ in their effects on the body. Saturated and transfer fats are considered harmful and have the potential to cause

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  • Fiber Optics vs Led

    Fiber optic light sources must be able to turn on and off millions to billions of times per second while projecting a nearly microscopic beam of light into an optical fiber. Both Light Emitting Diodes and Laser transmitters are considered to be semiconductor light sources. However, they differ greatly in output patterns. Forward biased LEDs generate light when positive voltage is applied to the “p” region and negative voltage is applied to the “n” region of the diode. Random photons are emitted

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  • Understand Your Fats and Fibers

    Understand Your Fats and Fiber Jennifer Taylor SCI/241 December 6, 2012 Jeff Mundt Understand Your Fats and Fiber Bad fats are saturated and trans fats. Saturated fats are mostly in meats, dairy products and tropical oils. Saturated fat raises both bad cholesterol and good cholesterol, while trans-fat only raises bad cholesterol. This makes trans fats technically worse than saturated fats. The better fats would be monounsaturated and polyunsaturated. Monounsaturated will lower your cholesterol

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  • Fats and Fibers

    Understanding your fats and fibers Victor Moreno SCI241 January 24, 2013 S. Murray Understanding your fats and fibers There are many who try to diet by completely cutting out all fats from their diet, but this has been proven to be an unhealthy way to diet. Dietary fats are essential to support cell growth and to give our bodies energy. They can also help keep your body warm and protect our organs. There are four major types of fats in the foods we eat : saturated fats, transfats, monounsaturated

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  • Kota Fibers

    Case 9 Kota Fibers, Ltd. Kota Fibers, Ltd. was founded in Kota, India in 1962. Kota produced nylon to provide synthetic fiber yarns to local textile weavers. The synthetic fiber yarns were mainly used to make traditional women’s colorful dresses in India called the saris. One sari averaged eight yards of fabric. Indian women usually purchased three saris every year. India’s female population is around 500 million, with a demand for saris accounting for more than twelve billion yards of fabric and

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  • Understand Your Fats and Fibers

    in margarine and vegetable shortenings. They are created by the forcing of hydrogen into liquid oil. They are mostly used in processed foods such as baked goods. Fiber and lipids serve two separate functions that both help keep the body healthy. Fiber absorbs cholesterol and helps to slow the amount of glucose the body absorbs. Fiber helps collect waste and build it into one entity rather than the body having diarrhea and waste just running through the body. It allows the waste to form into a single

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  • Copper vs Fiber

    if your electricity goes out. Less expensive electronics — If you are going to take fiber to the workspace, realize that most PC’s come with copper NIC cards. Optical ones will cost you between $100-200 each. More Flexible — TDM environments are built to run on copper infrastructures. Fiber can be used, however the electronics that make it work are expensive. Advantages of Structured Fiber Cabling Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) — The interference in signal transmission

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  • Hair Fiber

    What are the pro’s and con’s of hair fiber evidence vs. other types of physical evidence?? Hair and fiber evidence can be serious to an investigation. In most cases, these alone cannot offer a helpful identification of a suspect, but these laboratory techniques can be helpful in narrowing down a list of suspects. When collecting hair evidence, it is extremely important to make sure that all hairs come from the same area of the body. This is because the physical characteristics of hair differ in

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  • Fiber Optic Cable Design

    2013 Before you can begin to design a fiber optic cable design, one needs to establish with the user or network owner where the network will be built and what communications signals it will carry. (LANs or Local area network)And security systems use structure cabling systems built around well-defined industry Standards. Many campus carry backbone network used in industrial complexes or Institutions uses as long as 500 m or more cabling requiring optical fiber. Telephone networks are mainly outside

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  • Copper vs Fiber

    When trying to decide between copper and fiber cabling, there are several things to think about for which one best will fit your needs. A few things you will need to take into consideration when making your decision are what do you need your cable to be capable of, how far do you need your cable to run from point to point, what is your budget, and always think about the future with room to expand your business. Both copper and fiber cabling have pros and cons. Copper cabling has been around ever

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  • Fiber Optics

    between communication channels. 2. Waveguides – A metal tube or other device confining and conveying microwaves. 3. FTTH – Fiber to the x is a generic term for any broadband network architecture using optical fiber to provide all or part of the local loop used for last mile telecommunications. 4. Simplex – A fiber-optic cable or cord carrying a single fiber. 5. Half Duplex – Allowing the transmission of signals in both directions but not simultaneously. 6. Full Duplex – Refers

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  • Fiber

    Fiber Michelle Martinez SCI/220 November 9, 2013 Professor Hatton Fiber #2 Tell me about fiber.  Fiber is a nutrient known as roughage needed to help digest food. Fiber can be found in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Fiber should be part of our diet in order to keep our digestive system regular and healthy. Fiber isn't digested by your body. Instead, it passes relatively intact through your stomach, small intestine, and colon and out of your body (Dietary Fiber: Essential for a Health

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  • Introduction of Fiber Optic

    Learn Making sense out of complex Pro A/V and Broadcast technologies. edu Guide An educational resource published by Communications Specialties, Inc.. Introduction to Fiber Optics The equipment, tools and cabling that comprise a fiber optic link, how they work and their advantages over traditional copper. commspecial.com edu Guide Communications Specialties, Inc. is committed to increased education and knowledge in the Pro A/V and Broadcast industries. We hope that you

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  • Copper and Fiber

    Copper vs Fiber These two forms of cabling are mostly used in the world today and it is up to the location to decide which cable is best. They both have their strengths and weakness; I am going to shed some light on these two cables. Copper gives you the ability to power phones, surveillance cameras, Wireless Access Points, and many other devices right through the networking cable, meaning that you don’t have to schedule an appointment with an electrician in to run power to your surveillance

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  • Fiber

    Fiber Genevieve Keefe SCI 241 September 23, 2010 Fiber Fiber is an important part in a person’s diet and aids in the waste elimination process. Fiber comes from plant materials that our bodies do not digest and provides many health benefits like lower cholesterol, reduces the risk of certain cancers, and heart disease. There are two types of fiber; soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber dissolves in water, has shown it can lower cholesterol and increase heart health. Soluble fiber comes

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  • Fiber Optic Patch Cables

    electronic and fiber optic connectors, interconnect systems, coaxial, and specialty cables to various customers, ranging from large multi-billion dollar OEMs to consumers. At Amphenol Cables on Demand™ (ACD), we guarantee our interconnect products to be of the highest quality as demanded by our largest OEM customers. Only premium materials and quality engineering are used in the design and manufacturing of our Amphenol Cables on Demand™ product offerings. Fiber Optic Patch Cables Fiber Optic Patch

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  • Fiber Optics

    yourself what is needed for a new building and what are the codes that must be followed in order to have a building nice and free of hazards. Well to start here are the new building requirements for the following materials: patch cables, cat 6 cables, fiber optic multi-mode, cable trays, Cisco- WS-C3750 G24PS-S 24 Ports, laser printer, vertical runs, computers, Cisco border router, server run a and server run b. The following codes must be in play to ensure the building or work space is safe for everyone

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  • Optical Fiber in Bangladesh

    12th, 2002, Washington DC, USA Fiber-optic Telecommunications in the Context of Bangladesh Shabbir A. Bashar*, Member IEEE, Associate Member IEE E-mail: shabbir-bashar@betelco.com Abstract - This paper presents a technical overview of some of the underlying principles of the modern telecommunication technology and the evolution of microwave radio, satellite systems and various optical fiber based infrastructures. Based on the proven superiority of fiber optics combined with the shortfalls

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  • Fats and Fibers

    blood pressure. The functions of fiber in the body is to regulate our bowel movements. Lipids are the fat cells in which stores energy in our body. You can find dietary fiber in most fruits, vegetables, whole grains and nuts. Some of the foods with the highest dietary content are pears, dried figs, split cooked peas, lentils, kidney beans, wheat bran flakes, bran cereal with raisins, brown rice, oatmeal and dry mixed nuts  Some of the benefits in a high fiber diet include a lower cholesterol. Having

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  • Copper vs Fiber

    Copper-vs-Fiber Unit4 Assignment 1 Robert Grimes Discovering the perfect solution for your cabling infrastructure is a difficult task. However, once you understand the distinct properties of copper and fiber your solution may seem clearer. Many organizations just like yours, are struggling to read between hype and reality. Everyone is pushing their own agenda. We are giving you reality. Advantages of Structured Copper Cabling Power over Ethernet This gives you the ability to power phones

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  • Kota Fibers

    Problema Kota Fibers es una compañía de textil sintético ubicado en India. El principal producto de Kota Fibers es hilo de fibra utilizado para crear Siras, vestidos típicos de las mujeres hindús. La empresa con casi 40 años en el mercado, a pesar de ser consistentemente rentable y con ventas crecientes en los últimos años, contaba con un problema grave de liquidez, ya que al momento de que el inspector de impuestos acudió a la compañía a reclamar los impuestos especiales (pagados cada trimestre

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  • Understanding Fats and Fiber

    which can lead to sudden death. Fiber absorbs cholesterol and also slows glucose absorption. Fiber is also beneficial with bowel movements and can be used to relieve mild-to-moderate diarrhea. Fiber is also beneficial because it lowers blood cholesterol level and helps control blood sugar, and can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. Some good sources of dietary fibers are beans, whole grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. A diet with the correct amount of fiber can lower the chance of constipation

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  • Fiber Research

    uiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdf ghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm Fiber Research Harold Petty 7/15/2011 SCI/241 Nutrition Joseph CascioUniversity of Phoenix | Fiber that is ate or drank helps the body function by regulating the digestive system, good source of fiber is types of food and the source of fiber is found in bread for example (whole grain) and Wheat bread is a natural source that is easily broke down. Other sources of fiber are in pasta, flax seed and in most yogurts-Vitamins are a key

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  • Fiber

    checkpoint [Fiber Research] [Kelly M Shafer] [Axia College] [SCI/241] July 28, 2011 [Allison Butler] Fiber is a natural tool in fighting LDL cholesterol commonly known as bad cholesterol. Fiber also lowers blood pressure and helps the body regain glycemic control. Fiber decreases the risk of cardiovascular disease while slowing the progression in high risk individuals. Fiber takes longer to move into the small intestine, since it is slow to digest, which contributes to the feeling of fullness

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  • Fiber Research

    Fiber Research Melanie L. Moran SCI/241 February 10, 2011 Fiber is a nutrient that is found in whole grains, such as wheat, rice, oats, and rye. Fiber is also found in fruits like apples, bananas, and oranges. It is found in some vegetables, such as carrots, peppers, rhubarb, and avocados. One can also get fiber from peas, beans, and legumes. Fiber helps to maintain proper bowel function, and it helps to prevent some cancers, for examples fiber helps to protect against breast cancer, and colon

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  • Fiber Optic Cladding

    Fiber Optic Cladding Cladding is ordinarily know by the definition of the act or process of bonding one metal to another, usually to protect the inner metal from corrosion. In the case of fiber optics metals are not used glass is in place of metal. Core (optical fiber) The structure of a typical single-mode fiber. The core of a conventional optical fiber is a cylinder of glass or plastic that runs along the fiber's length. The core is surrounded by a medium with a lower index of refraction

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  • Fiber Identification

    Fiber Identification: Solubility Test A. Specimen Preparation The identification of an unknown fiber by solubility test can be established without pretreatment. B. Procedure 1) For a test at room temperature, place a small sample of the fiber in the test tube and chemical solvent are added into the tube with a 10 ml graduated pipette. (Remark: About 1 ml of solvent per 10 mg of fiber). 2) If the test is conducted at the boiling point of the solvent, first boil a beaker of water on a Bunsen

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  • Type of Fiber

    several types of fiber. Each works differently in your body and gives you distinct health perks. You may be familiar with the terms "soluble fiber" and "insoluble fiber," but within each of those labels are many different kinds of the nutrient. All types of soluble fibers slow digestion, so it takes longer for your body to absorb sugar (glucose) from the foods you eat. This helps prevent quick spikes in your blood sugar levels -- an important part of managing diabetes. Soluble fibers also bind with

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  • Fibers

    Fiber optic technology is simply the use of light to transmit data. The general use of fiber optics did not begin until the 1970s. Robert Maurer of Corning Glass Works developed a fiber with a loss of 20 dB/km, promoting the commercial use of fiber. Since that time the use of fiber optics has increased dramatically. Advances in fiber technology, lower production costs, and installation have all contributed to the wide use of fiber. The heaviest use of fiber is in the telecommunications industry

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  • Fiber Research

    Fiber is an essential ingredient to a great diet. It helps prevent diseases, such as Coronary Heart Disease. “Fiber is important for gastrointestinal health as well as cholesterol-lowering benefits” (American Heart Association, 1997). Some food sources that have fiber are pasta, beans, corn, grits, and oatmeal. Most whole grains contain fiber; where as processed grains have little amounts of fiber. Whole grain cereals give a great amount of fiber to the body. There are two types of fiber, which

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  • Fiber Optics

    History of Fiber Optics The idea of using light waves for communication can be traced as far back as 1880 when Alexander Graham Bell invented the “photo-phone” shortly after he invented the telephone in 1876. In this remarkable experiment, speech was transmitted by modulating a light beam, which traveled through air to the receiver. The flexible reflecting diaphragm (which could be activated by sound) was illuminated by sunlight. The reflected light was received by a parabolic reflector placed

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  • Rocket Fiber

    ROCKET FIBER SIENA HEIGHTS UNIVERSITY Strategic Mgmt. of Innovation (OA) Instructor: Gregory Smith April 1, 2016 There is a large number of high speed internet companies that offer a large range of services and promise customers that they offer the fastest online speeds. Comcast is considered one of the fastest and the most expensive of the online services. They started offering their services in a bundle package of cable, phone, internet and home security to receive

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  • Fiber

    Straub, Ph.D.8/4/2011 | One of the main function of fiber in the body is its use in treatment of constipation. Secondly, it is also used to carry out proper digestion in the body. Weight loss is also considered as one of the functions or uses of dietary fiber. Different types of plants vary in their amount and kind of fiber. Fiber includes pectin, gum, mucilage, cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin. Pectin and gum are water-soluble fibers found inside plant cells. They slow the passage of food

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  • Fiber in the Body

    Fiber in the Body When we look at the function of fiber to the body it is used to help with the lowering of cholesterol and for the gastrointestinal health. When we think of fiber most people think of grains only. Fiber can be found in many fruits and vegetables as well as grains. There are two types of fiber. The soluble fibers have had studies that show some improvements in LCL which is the bad cholesterol in your body. By reducing this you are reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease

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  • Fiber Research

    The function of fiber in the body is said and proven to control or maintain a healthy weight, lower cholesterol, blood pressure support, and other nutritional benefits that benefit other parts of the body such as with the gastrointestinal digestive system. Some of the differences between soluble and insoluble fiber would be the capacity of water they are able to hold; for example “soluble” fibers have a high water-holding capacity. Soluble fiber has been associated with increased diet quality and

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  • Fiber and Its Function in Our Bodies

    Fiber and its function in our bodies 10/09/2011 Fiber is important when it comes to our body and our daily diet. We need to make sure that we consume a certain amount of foods in each food group. We also need to make sure that we get our daily vitamins, fiber and many other nutrients on a daily basis. Dietary fiber adds bulkiness to our diet. It makes you feel full sooner; it can be supportive in controlling our weight. Fiber aids digestion, helps prevent constipation, and is used for the treatment

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  • Fiber Research

    CheckPoint Fiber Research Week 3 CheckPoint Fiber Research Phoenix University SCI 241 The role that fiber plays in a human body, is that it’s the main function in the body is to regulate a person’s digestion. Some examples of food sources for fiber can be found in bread, pasta, flax and seed. Researches have also found out that most yogurts now have a fiber additive, so most yogurts can be added to good food sources for fiber. The difference between soluble and insoluble fiber is that soluble

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  • Fiber Optics

    Fiber is Basis of Info Highway Table of Contents Title Page1 Table of contents2 Article Review…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..3-4 Companies Review....................................................................................................................................5-7 Works Cited8 The article “Fiber is Basis of Info Highway”; written by: Mathew Ingram for the Globe and Mail; is about the race to cover the globe with fiber optic cable. The author talks about

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  • Fiber Research

    Fiber or dietary fiber is a unique material that comes from plants in which the human body cannot digest in the digestive system and therefore it passes through the stomach, small and large intestine unchanged and then excreted. What fiber does to our bodies is helps reduce risks of diabetes, digestive disorders, heart disease and certain types of cancers. There are different types of food sources to help maintain a healthy daily amount such as oats, beans, peas, wheat bran, whole grains and fruits

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  • Understand Your Fats and Fibers

    Check Point: Understand Your Fats and Fiber April Willis SCI/241 July 19, 2012 Dr. Gerald Shigekawa Check Point: Understand Your Fats and Fiber There are four types of fat. Although they have similarities, such as they all supply the body with energy and they all contain 9 calories per gram, some are better than others. It is important to consume all fats in moderation because of the high calorie content. The bad fats are saturated fats and trans fats. These fats raise your cholesterol and

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  • Step Index Fiber

    step index fiber It is an optical fiber which has a core of constant refractive index.there are two types of step index fibers:single mode si and multi mode si fiber single mode step index fiber has only one mode of EM propagation (HE11) an has a core diameter of about 8-12 Um. and multi mode si has many mode of propagation and has a core of diameter of about 50 Um which allow many no of modes through it. single mode step index has an adv of lower inter modal dispersion as there is only

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  • Fiber Research

    studies on fiber we find that fiber is important for gastrointestinal health as well as cholesterol-lowering benefits. Fiber is mainly used by your body to clean it out easier. It passes through your body unchanged and will push everything in front of it in the digestive system along, making the digestive process easier. Another function for fiber is to regulate how full you are. The amount of fiber you eat is what gives you the full feeling when you eat a lot. Some of the places you can find fiber is in

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