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The actual amount of water required will depend, however, on several factors...Different soils have different infiltration rates, field capacity and permanent wilting point. This will help to determine the irrigation requirement for the type of soil.
The only difference is that you can find it everywhere- hiding sneakily in your food; dropping lightly in your morning brew; even in the latest "sugar-free" "low-carb" "gluten-free" food trend. You can't hide from it; it tends to pop up when you are
As we recently reported , fans of Vitaminwater took to Facebook to protest the use of stevia in the company's products, complaining it tastes like chemicals and cough syrup. (Vitaminwater is made by a subsidiary of the Coca-Cola Company.) Food
Should you switch your regular or Diet Coke habit for the new Coke Life? Our friends at Self take a look at the Stevia-flavored drink. I know, some of you guys keep up active lifestyles, eat the rainbow as best you can, yet are still utterly,
Coca-Cola faces mounting criticisms that its signature beverages are unhealthy. Anti-sugar sentiment has made consumers skeptical of traditional Coca-Cola soda. And many fear that artificial sweeteners found in Diet Coke and Coke Zero are unhealthy
Vitaminwater fans are seething over recent changes to their beloved sports drink. Quietly last month, the company began swapping out some sugar in Vitaminwater and replacing it with artificial sweetener in an aim to make the drink seem more healthful.
American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide...Nonnutritive sweeteners: Current use and health perspectives. A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association...Nonnutritive sweetener
We spoke about his efforts, and I asked for his advice for entrepreneurs interested in disrupting the food and beverage space. Kate Harrison: Robert, what got you interested in Stevia First? Robert Brooke: Honestly, just learning about stevia
Fed Up," produced by Katie Couric and directed by Stephanie Soechtig, reveals secrets of the American food industry and points to direct links between our health and what we eat, with particular emphasis on sugar. The movie compares the sugar
This plant grows in Brazil, Paraguay, Japan, Korea, China and Thailand. The Guarani Indians in Paraguay have, for centuries, used stevia leaves to sweeten teas and healing potions...In the 1970s, stevia, also called sweet leaf, became popular as a