Nagwa Babiker Elhag

Nagwa Babiker Elhag
University of Bahri · College of Public & Environmental Health/ Food Hygiene and Safety Department

Doctor of Philosophy

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Abstract: Background: Hemodialysis requires significant patient involvement in a complex and demanding medical regimen. Self-care behavior includes adherence to prescribed medications, caring for vascular access, and importantly, the daily management of dietary and fluid intake. This cross-sectional center - based study was conducted in Bahri Hemod...
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Shade dried meat bearing fat (Summungaya) is a popular food product in the western State of Sudan (Darfur). Meat bearing fat was cut into slices and it was hung on a rope inside a storeroom. Meat slices were left for 9 days to undergo fermentation and drying. At the end of the drying process some of the dried strips were stored hung on the rope and...
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Fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals, mineral salts, proteins, carbohydrates and fiber. All these nutrients are very essential for health maintenance and diseases prevention. Also they play an important role in neutralizing acidic substances produced during digestion. These products will be used either fresh or for culinary pu...
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Fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals, mineral salts, proteins, carbohydrates and fiber. All these nutrients are very essential for health maintenance and diseases prevention. Also they play an important role in neutralizing acidic substances produced during digestion. These products will be used either fresh or for culinary pu...
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Coronary artery disease is the most common type of heart disease and the leading cause of death worldwide. Diets high in saturated fatty acids and cholesterol increase the risk of CHD by raising LDL cholesterol levels. In contrast, individuals consuming diets high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and unsaturated fatty acids appear to have low r...
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Coronary artery disease is the most common type of heart disease and the leading cause of death worldwide. Diets high in saturated fatty acids and cholesterol increase the risk of CHD by raising LDL cholesterol levels. In contrast, individuals consuming diets high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and unsaturated fatty acids appear to have low r...
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Millions of people in developing countries especially in Sudan prefer to consume fresh juices. These types of juices are poorly prepared, handled and stored by street venders, hawkers and other food services under improper conditions. This may lead to disease outbreaks and other public health problems due to their possibility to transmit different...
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Fruits and fruit juice has been traditionally assumed as low risk foods. Recently, fruits as well as fruit juices have been acknowledge as "emergency vehicles" for foodborne illness due to bacterial pathogens. The increase in the consumption of fruit juices possibly contribute to the increase in the number of repeated foodborne diseases outbreaks l...
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Camel milk is well known for its health benefits and it has been consumed in many countries worldwide. It is usually consumed fresh and unpasteurized. It is contaminated with different microorganisms particularly the pathogenic one during milking, handling, transportation and marketing. Daily consumption of fresh cow milk may contribute to the food...
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Knowledge survey, attitude and practices are essential elements to prevent and control the health problems and diseases in developing countries. These elements have a great concern by government and different community sectors nowadays. This study was aimed to assess the level of the knowledge, attitudes and practices of women in Sudanese community...
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Knowledge survey, attitude and practices are essential elements to prevent and control the health problems and diseases in developing countries. These elements have a great concern by government and different community sectors nowadays. This study was aimed to assess the level of the knowledge, attitudes and practices of women in Sudanese community...
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Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) are useful microorganisms. They have been used in food preparation thousands of years ago. A total of 40 fresh sausage samples were collected randomly from 8 sources in Khartoum State, Sudan. These sources include (a) butcheries in Khartoum, Khartoum north, and Omdurman, (b) factory-processed sausages at retail outlets an...
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Foods free of Staphylococcal food poisoning organisms have a great concern by consumers nowadays. The aim of this study is to characterize the population of Staphylococci in sausages obtained from different sources in Khartoum State. A total of 40 fresh sausage samples were collected randomly from (a) butcheries in Khartoum, Khartoum North, and Omd...
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In the last recent years, bacteriocins produced by lactic acid bacteria (LAB) have received a considerable attention to be used as biopreservatives in different fields of food industry. LAB was isolated from Sudanese fresh sausages, intestines of different animals, saliva, cheese and cucumber in de Man Regosa and Sharp medium. In this study the ant...
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In the last recent years, bacteriocins produced by lactic acid bacteria (LAB) have received a considerable attention to be used as biopreservatives in different fields of food industry. LAB was isolated from Sudanese fresh sausages, intestines of different animals, saliva, cheese and cucumber in de Man Regosa and Sharp medium. In this study the ant...
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In the last ten years meat industry has expanded widely in Sudan. Several sausages factories have bean established in Khartoum State. This study was carried out to investigate and identify different types of microorganisms associated with fresh Sudanese sausage samples sold in Khartoum State, Sudan. The Microbiological parameters investigated were...
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The problem of increased resistance of bacteria to antibiotics and the increasing demand for safe foods has enhanced the interest in replacing antibiotics by natural products (biopreservatives). In this study the antagonistic effect of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) producing-bacteriocins on nine target organisms was studied using the agar-well diffusi...

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