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ASSIGNMENT IN MSHR 507
Trends on Nutrition : A Paradigm Shift
(Part I)
&
A Research Study
(THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SALUYOT “JUTE” ON NUTRITION)
(Part II)

In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirement in
MSHR 507 (Advanced Nutrition in the Hospitality Industry)

Submitted to:
Dr. MILAGROS D. MAGSANOC

Submitted by:
BRIGIDA Q. ALAS

Table of Contents

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Table of Contentsii

Part ITRENDS ON NUTRITION : A Paradigm Shift

Introduction
Latest Trends on Nutrition: 2011
Other Trends on Nutrition

Part IITHE SIGNIFICANCE OF SALUYOT “JUTE” IN NUTRITION : A Research Study

CHAPTER I
Introduction
Background of the Study
Statements of the Problems

CHAPTER II
Review of Related Literature

CHAPTER III
Summary
Conclusion
Recommendation

Bibliography and References

Appendices
A.5 International Recipes of Jute, Jews Mallow or Molohiya
B.5 Local Recipes of Saluyot
C.Assorted Photos

(PART I)

TRENDS ON NUTRITION : A Paradigm Shift

INTRODUCTION

The Hospitality Industry plays a vital role in the Nurtition of our society specifically the Food and Beverage Industry. It caters to all kinds of people, rich or poor, single or married, male or female, individual consumer or family, it has no limit. With the new life style of today’s world, where both parents are working, high demand of work hours and hectic schedules, people tend to divert in fastfood products than cooking at home. This resulted somehow to create health problems of the cumsumers since not everyone in the Food and Beverage Industry is concern about the food they are serving. However, most of them value profit first and unconcious over the health benefits of the food products.

Nutrition is a language of healthy life, proper diet and wellness of everyone. The advocacy of “Health is Wealth” is in every corner of the world but sad to note that the number of malnutrition in the...