Marshmallows have been around for many years. Marshmallows date back to as early as 2000 BC, but in the 1800s was when marshmallows were actually just starting out. They were first invented by the Egyptians, who made individual marshmallows by hand by extracting sap from a mallow plant and mixing it with nuts and honey. Then in the 1800s, candy makers in France took the sap from marshmallow plants and combined it with egg whites and sugar. The marshmallow was first invented to be used as a medicine that came from the root of a marshmallow plant to help with sore throats.
Name Professor’s Name Course Name/Number Date Sugar is not bad for our health Today, I want to talk to you about sugar a food substance that has for a long time now been classified as a rogue product to our health. All this talk however has ignored the health benefits of sugar to our body which I am going to present to you today. It has been widely argued that sugar actually leads to an individual increasing weight/obesity and diabetes but at the same time, sugar is needed for crucial functions of the body for it to remain healthy in equal terms. Sugar is a disaccharide with two molecules namely glucose and fructose and thus the reason it is called sucrose. Glucose is the molecule that carries the health benefits of sugar as it produces energy facilitating the appropriate functioning of all our body processes.
So soon after the growing and farming of sugar became an easy task for humans, people like John Pemberton, the creator of the sugar filled drink Coca Cola™, discovered ways to make sugar into much more of a developed food such as candy, which can be traced back almost as far as 2,000 BC to the era of Ancient Egypt (Candy History). In addition to food, sugar was also used as an ingredient within drinks. Sugar was also used as an essential ingredient for much more filling foods than candy such as sugar cookies, which can be traced back to the 1700s in Pennsylvania. The candy and sugar cookies and the sucrose it contains, were eventually used for religious purposes such as egyptian candy being used to worship their gods and goddesses, and sugar cookies being left out for Santa Claus for the Christian holiday of Christmas (Candy History). Sugar not only revolutionized eating and drinking, but also helped start and spark inspiration towards religious services and traditions.
When your body digests too much sucrose sugar, it is very bad for your body because most of it does not contain any nutrients such as protein, vitamins or minerals (too much glucose and fructose is bad for your body too, they just contain healthy substances). This causes the food to be mostly converted into fat, which can cause obesity and heart disease. A good amount of fat is healthy because your body needs a certain amount of it to function correctly, but when too much sugar is consumed, then too much fat is gained, this causes serious health issues. I found this topic interesting because I like learning about the body and how to take care of it. What to eat and what not to eat, and how that affects us in the long run is also very fascinating.
In fact, in the West, sugar was used only as a medicine or preservative up to the middle of the 18th century when people "discovered" it made a sweet treat as well. The earliest known date that white sugar was refined was about 200 C.E. so it is probable that the further refining into what was later known as "Sugre Candie" was at about that time. Can't Warehouse today makes rock candy.” (Wilde, E. (1999). Rock Candy History [Abstract].
Sugar numbs our overeating “sensor.” It 's a common fact that diets high in sugar are linked to weight gain and obesity. Research has now shown that chronic consumption of added sugar numbs the brain 's anorexigenic oxytocin system, which is the sensor that prevents overeating. When our brain doesn 't release certain hormones to signal to us that we are full, we will continue eating. This can result in a cycle of overeating or needing to constantly eat more to "feel" full. Processed foods high in added sugar (fructose) is damaging to our health, starting with the chemicals in our
Only Jamaican Rum Will Do By Robert Nickel Jan 7, 2011 Rum is a distilled beverage made from sugarcane byproducts. Molasses or sugarcane juice is distilled and aged in oak barrels creating a clear alcoholic beverage. Rum is produced in most of the Caribbean countries, as well as Australia, India, Fiji, and Mexico. In Jamaica the rum is usually dark in color and possesses a subtle molasses taste making it a favorite beverage to drink straight, without mixing. The first distillation of rum took place on sugarcane plantations in the Caribbean during the 17th century.
Materials and methods Plant materials Fruits of three citrus cultivars of Kaffir lime (Citrus hystrix DC. ), Lime (Citrus aurantifolia Swingle) and Pomelo (Citrus maxima Merr.) were obtained at the mature stage from local market around Phitsanulok province area during July to September, 2014. Chemicals and reagents Ethanol and ethyl acetate were purchased from Phathumwan?, Thailand. Folin-Ciocalteau reagent and Tween 80 were purchased from Loba Chemie, India.
The ancient civilization had their ways of making rice delicacies, and also our ancestor’s fun of drinking wines made of rice. In December, after the mass, families gathered for the traditional Noche Buena, a feast that usually prepared of foods like letchon and some native (rice) delicacies like bibingka and biko. First of all the Philippines are abundant of crops in 16th century. The Philippines are economically blessed with the fertility of the soil and various crops. The principal food Crops are rice which grown primarily for domestic consumption 1 .The rice in the Philippines is a crop not only grown in lowland area but it also grown in higher areas which is known as Rice Terraces.
According to Robin Konie’s article, sugar is the body’s preferred and most easily accessible fuel source. Although sugar is one way to get the energy that our bodies need to function, there are other ways to get the energy we need. There are many people who experience “sensations of clarity, easy weight loss, when turning to a no-sugar or low-carb diet” (Konie). These people’s bodies using adrenaline and cortisol for energy. Sugar in processed foods is, quite clearly, the leading cause of obesity in America.
Basswood honey comes from the basswood tree, and its scientific name is tilia americana. Basswood works in many to most recipes. Blueberry honey is taken from white flowers of the blueberry bush, which is produced in New England and Michigan. Blueberry’s scientific name is vaccinium spp, and it is good as a sauce or in baked goods. Buckwheat honey comes from buckwheat plants; they grow best in cool, moist climates and are usually planted in spring or found growing wild.