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Sugars are the natural building blocks of carbohydrates. They can be found in fruits, vegetables, milk, and tree sap. The monosaccharides glucose, fructose, and galactose, as well as the disaccharides sucrose, lactose, and maltose, are the most frequent sugars present in foods. Sugars provide a variety of function in foods, including sweetness, texture, color, flavor […]

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So you are thinking about pursuing a degree in food science and becoming a food scientist aren’t you? What classes will you need to take? Food science as you might already know, is a multidisciplinary field that combines chemistry, biology, nutrition, and engineering. It provides students with the scientific understanding needed to tackle real-world challenges […]

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Food science is a large discipline that primarily deals with the study of food composition and finding creative ways to improve food products through an understanding of science. With an ever-increasing global population, the goal of feeding everyone on the earth is becoming increasingly difficult. Food scientists are therefore actively engaged in solving this challenge […]

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So far we have established that disease leads to lack of homeostasis in the body. In order to accurately diagnose disease, your doctor will use a combination of strategies which may include doing a physical examination, checking vital signs, running laboratory tests, and imaging parts of the body. A physical examination may include inspection, palpation, auscultation and percussion. […]

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