By Jay Bills, Shirley Bills

Dry your favourite end result, greens, and meats, making brilliant nutrition with the results.
With the easy-to-follow, step by step instructions the following, a person could have enjoyable, get a better price, and create scrumptious foodstuff through dehydrating foodstuff. research the fundamental methods—sun drying, oven drying, internet bag, and advertisement meals dehydrators—before relocating directly to drying herbs for tea, making your personal tasty (and more fit) jerky, and much more. additionally integrated is a piece at the dietary advantages of drying foodstuff. With 164 recipes starting from breads to cakes, soups to pies, and cereals to entrees, Dehydrating Food is a e-book for someone who's drawn to studying the right way to get a better price and create scrumptious foodstuff via drying their very own nutrients. seventy five colour images

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Enrichment: adding back certain nutrients (to specific levels) that were lost during processing. indd 21 Sources of carbohydrates include natural sugars in fruit and milk; starch in grains, vegetables, legumes, and nuts; and added sugars in foods with empty calories. 2). 2 shows the average carbohydrate and fiber content of each MyPlate food group. , bread, crackers, pasta, and tortillas). Whole grains consist of the entire kernel of a grain (Fig. , oatmeal, brown rice, or popcorn) or milled into flour to be used as an ingredient in bread, cereal, and baked goods.

Consuming adequate carbohydrate to meet energy needs has the effect of “sparing protein” from being used for energy, leaving it available to do its special functions. An adequate carbohydrate intake is especially important whenever protein needs are increased such as for wound healing and during pregnancy and lactation. Preventing Ketosis Fat normally supplies about half of the body’s energy requirement. Yet glucose fragments are needed to efficiently and completely burn fat for energy. indd 28 3/28/13 4:53 AM CHAPTER 2 Ketone Bodies: intermediate, acidic compounds formed from the incomplete breakdown of fat when adequate glucose is not available.

As a primary source of energy, carbohydrates also spare protein and prevent ketosis. Protein Sparing Although protein provides 4 cal/g just like carbohydrates, it has other specialized functions that only protein can perform, such as replenishing enzymes, hormones, antibodies, and blood cells. Consuming adequate carbohydrate to meet energy needs has the effect of “sparing protein” from being used for energy, leaving it available to do its special functions. An adequate carbohydrate intake is especially important whenever protein needs are increased such as for wound healing and during pregnancy and lactation.

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