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GFBiochemicals and American Process join forces to create a world-class integrated biorefinery

The Italian biochemical company GFBiochemicals and Atlanta-based American Process Inc., which is specialized in the development of technologies for the commercial production of sugars and ethanol from biomass, have entered into a joint development agreement to create the largest integrated cellulosic biorefinery in the world. 528 more words


From Mother to Baby: 'Secondhand Sugars' Can Pass Through Breast Milk

Add breast milk to the list of foods and beverages that contain fructose, a sweetener linked to health issues ranging from obesity to diabetes.

A new study by researchers at the Keck School of Medicine of USC indicates that a sugar called fructose is passed from mother to infant through breast milk. 918 more words



I attended Sunday church service today, and we regularly have potlucks every second and fourth Sunday of the month. Since I’m the only vegan in the group, I bring something that I can both share and eat. 358 more words


"FITCHEF: 21 days no bread, no sugar challenge" Who am I kidding. 21 days no bread, reduced sugar challenge :)

Fitchef has the above challenge currently. 21 days of no bread, no sugar. I have tweaked the challenge a tad bit. So, why bread? Bread is absorbed quickly by the body, causing a spike in blood sugar levels, sugar levels tend to go down just as rapidly, similarly to coke. 353 more words



So yes I am back to blogging after quiet a long break since my Fitness centre work  and my Personal Fitness Trainer certification course kept me really occupied. 942 more words

Holistic Health

Leaf Resources and Novozymes join forces in the conversion of biomass to functional sugars

Leaf Resources (Australia) is focused on making sustainable products from plant biomass. It has developed a patented biomass pretreatment process called GLYCELL*, which uses glycerine to economically produce cellulosic sugars. 369 more words

So... what's the point?

A good question is always hard to answer.

What’s the point?

What’s the difference between my usual foods and fresh foods? What’s the point of spending the extra time and effort to eat things I’ve never tried before?

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