Digestibility of energy and nutrients in cereal grains fed to growing pigs

Hi. My name is Dr. Sarah Cervantes-Pahm, and I would like to present to you our results of our research entitled, “The apparent ileal digestibility and apparent total tract digestibility of gross energy and nutrients in cereal grains fed to growing pigs.” Cereal grains are important sources of energy for humans. And in human diets, … “Digestibility of energy and nutrients in cereal grains fed to growing pigs”

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What Do Tour de France Riders Eat For Lunch? | How Pro Cyclists Fuel For Bike Races

– If you’ve been watching the Tour de France so far, then you may have seen the riders taking on bags like this from people stood at the side of the road, roughly halfway through each stage. They’re called Musettes, and they’re full of food. The reason for it is it means the riders don’t … “What Do Tour de France Riders Eat For Lunch? | How Pro Cyclists Fuel For Bike Races”

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Over 190,000 Newly Discovered Viruses Are Lurking in Our Oceans, Here’s What You Should Know

If you didn’t think the ocean could get anymore weird, wonderful and kinda freaky…have I got news for you. There are viruses in it. A lot more than we previously thought. A new study reveals there are almost 200,000 distinct viral populations in the ocean. A liter of sea water contains anywhere between 1-10 billion … “Over 190,000 Newly Discovered Viruses Are Lurking in Our Oceans, Here’s What You Should Know”

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Nutrients: What’s an organic nutrient? What are macronutrients?

Hi, this is Neily on Nutrition. I want to follow up with yesterday’s mini lecture on the six classes of nutrients. A reminder about the six classes of nutrients, they are carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals, and water. I want to identify the nutrients that are organic and those that are inorganic. Now organic is … “Nutrients: What’s an organic nutrient? What are macronutrients?”

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Nutrients and Food Labels

In the last lesson, you learned about the nutrition guidelines provided by the Choose My Plate diagram. Following the Choose My Plate guidelines will help you to make good food choices and eat a balanced diet. Eating a balanced diet with a variety of foods is important because no one food type contains all the … “Nutrients and Food Labels”

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UMTMOOC – Energy in Ecosystem : Energy & Nutrient Relations

Assalamualaikum and good day everyone We may not always realize that every day we are blessed Why? Every day, we see the sun rises We breathe in and out for another day inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide Oxygen in our atmosphere is a vital product generated from photosynthesis or primary production performed by plants … “UMTMOOC – Energy in Ecosystem : Energy & Nutrient Relations”

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Is Meat Bad for You? Is Meat Unhealthy?

When our vegetarian ancestors started eating meat around two million years ago, it wasn’t just because animals taste great, it was pure necessity. Climate change made many of the plants our ancestors relied on less available and meat bridged that gap. From the discovery of fire at the latest, meat became a staple of the … “Is Meat Bad for You? Is Meat Unhealthy?”

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POTASSIUM: The MOST Important Electrolyte – MUST WATCH!

Hey, guys, Dr. Berg here. I want to do a video on the most important electrolyte. Let me explain what electrolyte is. If you ever take salt and put it in water and dissolve it, it disassociates. The sodium and chloride disconnect and they become two separate minerals. That fluid is very electrically conductive. Basically, … “POTASSIUM: The MOST Important Electrolyte – MUST WATCH!”

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Biological Molecules – You Are What You Eat: Crash Course Biology #3

Hello, and welcome to the kitchen. I wanted to invite you here today because last week we started off in my bathroom and kinda feel bad about that. And also because as I’m making lunch today I wanted to sort of use it as a lab. During this time in my kitchen I’m going to … “Biological Molecules – You Are What You Eat: Crash Course Biology #3”

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