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challenging issue. The traditional fats for sugar confectionaries are cocoa butter, milk fat and various vegetable oils such as coconut oil. Coconut fat is a complex mixture of triglycerides with carbon numbers 8 to 18 (C8–C18). It has a sharp melting profile

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Viktor Jurkovich, Barbara Bognár, Krisztián Balogh, Mária Kovács-Weber, Kinga Fornyos, Rubina Tünde Szabó, Péter Kovács, László Könyves, and Miklós Mézes

Milk yield, milk ingredients, health and other, production-related parameters of subclinically infected, Mycobacterium avium ssp. paratuberculosis (MAP-) shedding (positive faecal PCR, n = 20) and non-shedding (negative faecal PCR, n = 10) dairy cows were compared in the period from 10 days prepartum to 120 days postpartum. Body condition, rumen fill and faeces scores were lower in the MAP-shedding cows. There was no significant difference in plasma or urine metabolic parameters between the groups. Milk yield and lactose content tended to be lower (P = 0.074 and 0.077, respectively), somatic cell count tended to be higher (P = 0.097), while milk fat content was significantly higher (P = 0.006) in MAP-shedding cows than in the controls. Milk protein content did not differ between the groups. All other health and production parameters [number of reproductive tract treatments, number of udder treatments, number of artificial inseminations (AIs), calving interval, and service period] were significantly better in the control group. It is concluded that MAP infection, even in a subclinical form, has a significant impact on some production and health parameters of dairy cows.

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Costell , E. ( 2005 ). Rheology of dairy custard model systems: influence of milk-fat and hydrocolloid type . European Food Research and Technology , 221 ( 3 ): 342 – 347 . 10.1007/s00217-005-1174-8 Vélez‐Ruiz , J. , Hernando , I. , González

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Nutritional intake and body composition in children with inflammatory bowel disease

Oral presentation at the 13th Conference of the Hungarian Medical Association of America – Hungary Chapter (HMAA-HC) at 30–31 August 2019, in Balatonfüred, Hungary

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Authors: H. K. Pintér, K. K. Boros, E. Pálfi, and G. Veres

participant and thoroughly clarify every meals' ingredient if it was not obvious (e.g. what kind of meat was used in a specific dish, or what was the milk's fat content when mixed with the cocoa, etc.). Even though this method caused an unfortunately high

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available freeze-dried protein powders, the hydrolysed product was mixed in 1 g/100 g ratio with creamy milk product (“kefír”, containing 1.4% milk fat) as a carrier material and given to be judged. At both methods, results were compared to the control

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