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Evaluation of the chemical properties of Tigernut milk and its properties.

By Unn Project Department Of Home Science And Dietetics

Evaluation of the chemical properties of Tigernut milk and its properties.

Published: 09/12/2018

Tags: unn, home science Nutrition and dietetics, tigernut, milk properties, chemical composition.

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EFFECTS OF DRIED Telfairia occidentalis SEEDS AND Abelmoschus esculentus FRUITS ON BLOOD GLUCOSE, LIPID PROFILE, HEMATOLOGICAL INDICES, LIVER ENZYMES AND HISTOPATHOLOGY IN DIABETIC RATS

By Iroegbu, Linda U

EFFECTS OF DRIED Telfairia occidentalis SEEDS AND Abelmoschus esculentus FRUITS ON BLOOD GLUCOSE, LIPID PROFILE, HEMATOLOGICAL INDICES, LIVER ENZYMES AND HISTOPATHOLOGY IN DIABETIC RATS

Published: 01/05/2017

Tags: IROEGBU, LINDA U, unn,

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CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND BIOACTIVE POTENTIALS OF Annona muricata FRUIT, Psidium guajava FRUIT AND Ocimum gratissimum LEAF EXTRACTS ON ALLOXAN INDUCED ADULT DIABETIC RATS

By Mbomi Ifeoma Eunice

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND BIOACTIVE POTENTIALS OF Annona muricata FRUIT, Psidium guajava FRUIT AND Ocimum gratissimum LEAF EXTRACTS ON ALLOXAN INDUCED ADULT DIABETIC RATS

Published: 02/05/2017

Tags: MBOMI IFEOMA EUNICE, unn, chemical composition, bioactive potentials, Annona muricata FRUIT, Psidium guajava FRUIT AND Ocimum gratissimum LEAF EXTRACTS ON ALLOXAN INDUCED ADULT DIABETIC RATS.

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The Determination of the Protein Adequacy of Legume-Cereal Mixture in Young Rats

By Obi, Veronica Eberechukwu

The Determination of the Protein Adequacy of Legume-Cereal Mixture in Young Rats

Published: 21/04/1984

Tags: legume-cereal mixture, protein adequacy, young rats, agriculture

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The Utilization of Soyabean (Glycine Max (L) Merril) and its Contribution to the Nutritional Status of Low-Income Families in Benue State; (A Case Study of Gboko L. G. A.)

By Tanko, Yahaya Salihu

The Utilization of Soyabean (Glycine Max (L) Merril) and its Contribution to the Nutritional Status of Low-Income Families in Benue State; (A Case Study of Gboko L. G. A.)

Published: 26/03/1991

Tags: soyabean, nutritional status, low-income families, nutrition

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Nutritional Status of Children and Adolescents (2 – 18 years) With Sickle – Cell Disease in Enugu

By Uzendu, Patricia Nwajaego

Nutritional Status of Children and Adolescents (2 – 18 years) With Sickle – Cell Disease in Enugu

Published: 24/01/2007

Tags: Nutritional Status, Sickle – Cell Disease, children, adolescents

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Evaluation of the Composition and Organoleptic, Properties of Processed Semame (Sesamum Indicum) “Acha”(Digitaria Exilis) and Seedless Breadfruit, (Artocarpus Altilis)Flours and their product

By Nwokocha, Okwuchi Maria(rev.sr)

Evaluation of the Composition and Organoleptic, Properties of Processed Semame (Sesamum Indicum) “Acha”(Digitaria Exilis) and Seedless Breadfruit, (Artocarpus Altilis)Flours and their products

Published: 06/12/2000

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Women’s Work and Child Nutrition in Awka and Mgbakwu Communities of Anambra State

By Nzekwe, Victoria Uzoamaka

Women’s Work and Child Nutrition in Awka and Mgbakwu Communities of Anambra State

Published: 09/12/1992

Tags: women's work, child nutrition

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Chemical Composition of Processed Cereals and Legumes and Nutritive Value of Their Blends Fed Adult Rats.

By Madukwe, Edith Uzoma

The thruse of this study was to determine the clenical compostion of soaked/dehulled/fermented acha, rice, soybean and groundunt and nutrivie value of their blends.

Published: 07/07/2007

Tags: Chemical Composition of Processed Cereals

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MOTHERS’ KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICE OF EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING AND ANTHROPOMETRIC INDICES OF THEIR INFANTS IN ABA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, ABIA STATE, NIGERIA

By Uchenna, Scholastica Chinedu

This study assessed mothers’ knowledge, practice of exclusive breastfeeding and the anthropometric indices of their infants in Aba south local government area, Abia state, Nigeria. Five hundred (500) lactating mother-child pair randomly selected during their postnatal care visit in six out of seventeen health centers in the LGA participated in the study. Ethical clearance was obtained from the chief medical officer in the LGA and mothers’ consent was sought through the clinic head. Interviewer administered questionnaire was used to obtain information on the mothers’ socio-economic characteristics, knowledge and practices of exclusive breastfeeding (EBF). The anthropometric measurements of the children were taken using standard techniques and indices such as weight-for-age, weight-for length and length-for-age derived. The data obtained from the questionnaire were analysed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences, version16. The anthropometric indices of the children were compared with reference standards and the children subsequently classified as normal, underweight, stunted, wasted, and overweight. The results obtained showed that 68% of the urban and 53.6% of the rural respondents had adequate knowledge of EBF.

Published: 21/11/2014

Tags: exclusive breast feeding, anthropometric indices, infants, Aba South

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EFFECT OF IVERMECTIN INTAKE ON THE NUTRITIONAL AND HEALTH STATUS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN IN ONCHOCERCIASIS ENDEMIC COMMUNITIES OF EBONYI STATE, NIGERIA

By Ekweagwu, Ebere (mrs)

The study assessed the nutritional and health status of school-aged children (5-12 years) in onchocerciasis endemic communities of Ebonyi State and determined the effect of Ivermectin intake on haemoglobin and parasitic load of the children. The study was conducted in Ebonyi State of Nigeria. A multi stage random sampling technique was used in selecting respondents for the study. A total sample of 360 school aged children aged 5 – 12 years (made up of 194 males and 166 females) participated in the study. A structured, validated and pretested questionnaire was used to elicit vital information. The weight and height of the children were taken using standard procedures. Blood samples of the children were subjected to haematological analyses within 12 hours of collection. Haemoglobin levels were determined using cyanomethaemoglobin method. The WHO body mass index (BMI) for age z scores and the International Obesity Task Force (IOTF) were used to classify the children. Stool microscopy was carried out to detect parasitic infection.

Published: 23/07/2012

Tags: Ivermectin, school children, Onchocerciasis, Ebonyi

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NUTRIENTS, PHYTOCHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS OF HIBISCUS CANNABINUS, ADANSONIA DIGITATA, SESAMUM INDICUM, CASSIA TORA LEAVES, THEIR HYPOGLYCEMIC ACTIVITY AND LIPID PROFILE IN ALLOXAN-INDUCED DIABE

By Nwankwo, Rita Ngozi

The study investigated the nutrients and phytochemical compositions of some leafy vegetables in Nigeria (Hibiscus cannabinus, Adansonia digitata, Sesamum indicum and Cassia tora leaves) and the effects of their extracts on blood glucose and lipid profile of alloxan induced diabetic rats. Two kilogrammes of each of the vegetables were bought fresh, sorted by removing extraneous material, washed with deionized water and separately pulverized using Gallenkamp mixer Kenwood –MPR 201. A half of the vegetables was used for chemical analysis and a half for methanol extract production. Standard methods were used to determine in triplicate the proximate, some minerals, vitamins, antinutrients, food toxicants, and phytochemical constituents of the fresh leaves and their methanol extracts. Animal study was carried out to ascertain the effect of the nutrients on blood glucose and lipid profile of alloxan- induced diabetic rats. Forty five male adult albino rats (150-200g) divided into nine groups of five rats each on basis of body weights were used for the study.

Published: 23/11/2014

Tags: Hibiscus cannabinus, Adansonia digitata, Sesamum indicum, Cassia tora, hypoglycemic activity

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EFFECT OF MATERNAL NUTRITION KNOWLEDGE AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS ON PREGNANCY OUTCOME IN RURAL AND URBAN AREAS OF EBONYI STATE, NIGERIA

By Njoku Helen Amaka

The main purpose of this study was to assess the effect of maternal nutrition knowledge and nutritional status on pregnancy outcome in Ebonyi State, Nigeria. Specifically, the study sought to describe the general characteristics of pregnant women in rural and urban areas of Ebonyi State, to assess the nutrition knowledge of the respondents; assess their dietary practices and their perception of the effect of poor nutrition on pregnancy outcome in rural and urban areas of Ebonyi state; determine the mortality rate of neonates in the study area; determine the nutritional status of the respondents and anthropometric indices of their neonates; determine the effect of mother’s nutrition knowledge and nutritional status on pregnancy outcome in Ebonyi State. The population for this study was made up of all the pregnant women attending antenatal clinics in hospitals and maternity homes in Ebonyi State. Ebonyi state was stratified into three strata. Simple random sampling was used to draw four hundred pregnant women who participated in the study. A structured questionnaire was used for data collection. Information from focus group discussion was used to produce the questionnaire. A three day weighed food intake was conducted on a sub-sample of 60 respondents. Their height and weight were also taken and compared with standards. Anthropometric indices of neonates and haemoglobin status of the respondents were collected from their hospital folders (records).

Published: 23/08/2014

Tags: maternal nutrition knowledge, pregnancy outcome, Ebonyi

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ASSESSMENT OF DIABETES MANAGEMENT REGIMENS AND EFFECT OF DIABETES EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION AMONG DIABETICS ATTENDING NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL NNEWI ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA.

By Obidiozor, Julie Uche

This study investigated diabetes management regimens and effect of diabetes educational intervention on diabetics attending Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital(NAUTH), Nnewi. A total of 146 diabetics were interviewed with structured questionnaire to obtain information on their lifestyles, diabetes management, diabetes knowledge and compliance to management regimens. Diabetes educational intervention materials were developed to educate the subjects on 3 crucial areas of diabetes management- diet, exercise and drug. A sub-sample of 33 subjects with uncontrolled diabetes (fasting blood sugar >160 mg/dl) was followed up for 3 months to assess the immediate effect of the intervention on blood-sugar. Post intervention questionnaire interview was repeated on the subjects after two years of the intervention to assess the long term effect of the intervention.

Published: 21/11/2012

Tags: diabetes management, diabetes educational intervention, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital

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NUTRIENT COMPOSITION AND ORGANOLEPTIC ATTRIBUTES OF FRESH AND SUN-DRIED Carica papaya L and Solanum macrocarpon L FRUIT SOUPS CONSUMED BY TIV, BENUE STATE

By Gbeyonron, Francisca Mlumun

The study determined nutrient composition and organoleptic attributes of fresh and sundried carica papaya L pawpaw (Mbuer) and solanum macrocrpon L.garden egg (Mngishim) fruit soups consumed in Tiv communities of Benue State, Nigeria. Processing, preparation and utilization of fresh and sundried pawpaw and garden egg fruits for soup production information was obtained from focus group discussion (FGD).The recipes used for the work was based on t mean values after (FGD). The fruits were sundried for 72h, cooked with ground egusi, beniseed and groundnut seeds as thickeners. Proximate and micronutrient were determined using standard analytical procedures. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics. Duncan,s new multiple range test at 5% probability was used to separate and compare means and was accepted at (p≤0.05) for the organoleptic test. Proximate composition for fresh uncooked pawpaw fruits had higher moisture (72.57%), carbohydrate (20.55%), crude fibre (2.68%), protein (1.65%), ash (1.45%) and fat (1.10%) relative to those of garden egg fruits 90.54, 3.92, 2.55, 1.52, 1.36 and 0.11%, respectively. Dehydration increased nutrient values for garden egg fruits relative to pawpaw fruits.

Published: 28/08/2015

Tags: nutrient composition, organoleptic attributes, Tiv, Carica papaya, Solanum macrocarpon, sun-dried

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