Make room for Cheese! The media article I chose to write about is called Make Room For Cheese- If Incorporated Wisely, It Can Be Part of a Healthful Diet, written by Diane Welland. I chose to write about this article because I love cheese and can eat with almost anything like most Americans do. Cheese can be healthful and provide Calcium if consumed adequately. However, it can at times, if consumed in high amounts, be detrimental to our daily diets. That is why this article explains to us the right portions of different types of cheeses we can consume. Cheese contains a good source of protein, is high in Calcium, and sodium as well. It is especially helpful for vegetarians so that they can meet their protein goal in order to be healthy. Unfortunately, here in America, we have a tendency to consume cheese in high amounts. A study showed that the cheese consumption in the U.S. in 2009 was 33 lbs. per capita which has tripled since 1970. And since it is high in calories and saturated fats, it can perhaps be more harmful to out bodies if consumed too much on a daily basis. Sodium in cheese comes from two places, which is the one that naturally presents itself in milk or the salt added during the cheese-making process. If people are concerned about the amount of sodium in their cheeses then they should know that some contain more sodium than others. For example, feta cheese has 317 mg of sodium per ounce while Swiss cheese only has 54 mg of sodium per ounce. Most natural cheeses range about 100 to 200 mg of sodium per ounce. Processed cheeses on the other hand contain about 350 to 450 mg of sodium per ounce. Whole milk cheese contains 6 to 10 grams of fat per 1 ounce serving and more than one of those grams is saturated. Katherine Tallmadge, MA, RD, an American Dietetic Association spokesperson says that, “If you’re aiming for 10 to 20 g of saturated fat a day, which represents 7% of total calories, depending on a person’s individualized calorie needs, eating cheese can be challenging when 1 ounce has about 6 grams of saturated fat. Even some of the lower-fat cheeses aren’t really that low.” High levels of fat unfortunately, increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. A report made by…
Marketing Herbal Products/Nutritional Supplements
May 3rd 2013
Marketing any product can be quiet challenging if not done properly. There are many forces and environmental factors that a company must consider before doing so. Research must be conducted to ensure that all ingredients that are being used all meet strict FDA rules and that the approach to “selling” the item is not offensive to any particular group of consumers. By looking at statistics and taking polls is the most…
1ST Article on looking for elements of OD in the News
Apple to begin iPhone trade in this month
1 - The Forces for change at work in the business / organizational environment.
The forces of change took place because arch rival Samsung were bringing in new product and capturing the market share of apple and due to this, Apple’s product (iPhone) demand was going down. Also apple wants to grow there in store trade which will generate more cash payment.
2 – The level at which change is…
1/3 cups warm water
4-5 cups flour
1 package dry yeast
1/3 cup brown sugar
1) Preheat 400°
2) In a bowl mix hot water & dry yeast.
3) Stir in warm water.
4) Add brown sugar.
5) Add flour 1 cup at a time & mix well.
6) Knead about 5 mins & add flour if sticky.
7) Grease pans well.
8) Divide the dough into 12-16 equal portions & roll into a long roll & shape like a pretzel.
9) Fill a 3 quart pot sauce pot almost full with water.
10) Count the number of cups of water &…
Article One: Glaspell’s Trifles
The first article that I viewed was called “Glaspell’s Trifles.” This article was summarizing what the short story by Glaspell wrote. They explained basically in detail what the short story was about. They used descriptive words to describe the feelings and what each character was surrounded by. It starts out by introducing the two main characters. Although neither of them are present in the legitimate short story they play a huge role in the story and without…
FN 50 12:30 a.m.
12 November 2012
Article Reports #1
1. Title: Incidental Finding of Vitamin-D Deficient Rickets in an Otherwise Healthy Infant (2005):1170-3
2. Author: Alouf, Benjamin; Grigalonis, Meg. They are credible. They are Pediatrics in Thomas Jefferson University.
3. Brief Summary of Article:
Case reports of infantile vitamin-D-deficient rickets secondary to maternal vitamin-D deficiency have been reported but focused on mothers who had predictable risk factors…
My response to the article “In Praise of The F Word” was in agreement with it. Students including myself have been let by without any fear of failure. I was never a good reader and I always struggled but I never had a teacher that would set me straight. I thought that if I could make friends with the teacher then maybe they would give me a fare grade that would be sufficient to pass me. In the article is says that they blame student academic failure / skills…
5 September, 2013
Article 1.1 response
I had listened to plenty of great songs in this summer, especially one that I still can't get rid of it in my head. It is the hit summer single "Blurred Lines", its brisk melody wins the favor of many people. I'm the one of the people. This song just makes me feel how summer feels like. Once by chance, my English teacher let us read about an article "The Blurred Lines of Copyright Law: Robin Thicke v. Marvin Gaye's Estate", it is about a suitcase regard to…
E-Business has brought many opportunities to the world that would have never been afforded. Businesses are able to reach customers from all over the world which presents substantially more potential than their immediate neighborhood. It goes without saying that in such a competitive environment, it is vital that these businesses are prepared to protect the property they make available on the web. The future of the business will depend on how they handle…
The article I chose is titled Recruiting and retaining young talent: a young federal government professional suggests ways to attract younger employees through qualitative analysis of generational values and career goals. After I took the time to skim over several other articles, I chose this one because it hit close to home, as I work for the federal government. Throughout the article, it was apparent that the author, Aaron Young, had some solid data with regards to recruitment.
Purpose = To inform my audience about the basic steps in making a salmon party log.
Do you dislike company potlucks because your cooking skills are limited, and time is a big problem? Well, pay attention because the recipe I’m about to give you requires no cooking knowledge and takes less than 5 minutes to create. In addition, its guaranteed to make a good impression, and please any salmon and cream cheese lover. The rich tasting hickory flavor Salmon Party log can be served with crackers…