Salt was enriched with iodine in the US beginning in the 1920s-one of the earliest enriched foods
Most Americans get plenty of B1 (thiamin), B2 (niacin) and B3 (riboflavin), particularly from enriched foods
, but you may not be getting enough B6, B12 and folic acid, even though the last is now added to enriched foods
We'll look at recent advances on the flavor ingredient/flavor processing fronts, including bitter blockers (techniques allowing for soy and vitamin enriched foods
to be more palatable), fat mimetics, sweetness potentiators and masking non-nutritive sweeteners.
While the group eating enriched foods
experienced a beneficial increase in their blood levels of vitamins and minerals, there was no observed change in their immune response.
This is attributed in part to the occurrence of sugars in wholesome, vitamin enriched foods
that are a valuable source of fuel and the unpleasant biting flavor of alkaloids present in harmful plants (McGee 562).
Finally, a majority of delegations have expressed support for Community harmonisation of rules regarding foods for intense muscular effort, food supplements (nutrient concentrates) and (nutrient) enriched foods
, while recognising the problems of free movement of goods that exist in this area.
Flavors will also find increasing use as maskants in nutritionally enriched foods
The diet should include milk or other calcium enriched foods
and fruit and veg daily without too much sugar.
Ready to use food: to treat severe malnutrition only the nutrient enriched foods
can be used i.
Any further enriched foods
consumed, such as bread, rice, or pasta, would result in the consumer exceeding the amount thought to be well tolerated biologically.