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With new foods coming out in the market all the time it's hard to know what your dog should be eating or not whether you are a first time puppy/dog owner or have had dogs your whole life. That's where I come in. I'm going to teach you about 81 common and not so common foods that will bring your dog great health and a few that have the potential to send him or her to the vet which is something that every dog owner wants to avoid. The impact on your dog and your wallet can be bigger than you'd expect. If you can't tell me what xylitol is and if you're dog should eat it or not within 3 seconds then you could greatly benefit from this book.
Prairie dogs, vultures, grasshoppers, goldfinches, pocket gophers, and bison are some of the many animals that make up a grassland food web. But do you know how the many types of grasses in a grassland benefit these animals? Or how earthworms and other decomposers play an important role in the food web? See grassland food webs in action in this fascinating book.
Real Food for Dogs and Cats is for every pet lover who wants to ensure their cat or dog has the best chance of a long and healthy life.
This coloring book helps you combine your passion for your four-legged friends with your interest in art.Colorists of all ages will enjoy coloring these pages, which feature beautiful images, specially printed in gray scale to compliment the addition of colors for a finished.
Phosphates in Food provides the first comprehensive analysis of phosphates used in food processing in almost 20 years. The book describes the nomenclature, structure, chemistry, and analytical procedures for phosphates in foods. Interactions between added and some natural phosphates and food components (particularly proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and metal ions) are examined in relation to using phosphates in food processing for such purposes as increasing the water-holding capacity of proteins, improving emulsification, preventing gelation, and delaying lipid oxidation. The book also discusses the use of phosphates in specific food groups, such as milk and dairy products; meats, poultry, and fish; fruits and vegetables; bakery products and cereals; and miscellaneous food products including beverages, fats and oils, sugar and confectionery products, eggs and derivatives, and specialty products. An extensive section discussing the importance of phosphates as microbial agents is presented and is followed by a final section that examines the nutritional and health implications of elevated phosphate intake. The book contains 1,135 references, 43 tables, and 34 figures, making it an ideal reference resource for researchers in food sciences, microbiology, and nutrition; food and chemical industries; and regulatory agencies within local, state, and federal governments.
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