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Food Microbiology and Nutrition


Food Microbiology and Nutrition

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    Vibhavari Pradhan, Sumit Bhatnagar, Sangita Malvee
Microbiology is the study of micro-organisms that is the organisms which are of microscopic dimensions. These organisms are too small to be clearly perceived by the unaided human eye. As a direct consequence of the invisibility of microbes to the naked eye and the need for special techniques to study them, microbiology was the last of the three major divisions in biology (the other two are botany and zoology) to develop. Though it was late to arrive, this is a discipline which has been quick to develop. Nutrition is a science that examines the relationship between diet and health. Dieticians are health professionals who specialise in this area of study, and are trained to provide safe, evidence-based dietary advice and interventions. Many common diseases and their symptoms can often be prevented or alleviated with better nutrition. The science of nutrition attempts to understand how and why specific dietary aspects influence health. Both Microbiology and Nutrition are interlinked. This book is a reference work for students and researchers. As microbes plays very important role in our day-to-day life, the book discusses microbiology, classification of microbes, how they affect on various food products which are generally consumed. The role of nutrition in health and fundamental principles of nutrition are explained with a view to their application to individuals in all age groups and health conditions.   show more
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