NC State Scientists Create Food Ingredient to Combat Peanut Allergies
As published on the NCSU Plants for Human Health website. By Justin Moore, PHHI and NC Extension Communications Peanuts are the leading cause of severe food allergic reactions in the U.S., with many restaurants, school systems and airlines completely removing the legume from their menus. In a step toward reducing the risk associated with peanut […]
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New Biomarker for Oxidative Stress When Exercising Discovered
View the abstract published in the American Journal of Physiology. New research led by David Nieman, DrPH, FACSM, director of the Appalachian State University Human Performance Laboratory at the NC Research Campus, identified a new biomarker for oxidative stress generated during exercise. In the field of exercise science, measuring oxidative stress can be difficult, time […]
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Duke Energy donates $150,000 to support P2EP
Duke Energy donates $150,000 to support P2EP, the NCRC’s groundbreaking, collaborative training and research program.
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Grocery shopping habits could affect food safety, quality
Featured on America Now, the TV magazine program with news you can use. View the original story with video. By reporter Jeff Rivenbark. Grocery shopping is a routine chore. You fill up a cart, pay the cashier, and walk out of the store with bags of fresh food. But just how fresh is the food […]
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Advances in Berry Research
At the NC Research Campus, scientists are breeding healthier berry varieties and using phytonutrients from berries to make functional food ingredients and products.
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