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Top Australian kitchen appliance brand Breville will lend its support to the 42nd Annual Series of Seminars on Food and Nutrition Researches organized by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). Happening on July 4-5, 2016 from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria, Ortigas, Quezon City, the annual seminar carries the theme “First 1,000 Days of a Child’s Life: Interventions through Research, Services and Technologies.” More details about the seminar below!
As one of the event’s sponsors, Breville will be conducting several activities in relation to the theme. Aside from holding product demonstrations including juice sampling during the two-day event, Breville also invited a technical resource person who will conduct an informative session on child nutrition during the luncheon symposium.
Dr. Liezl M. Atienza is an Assistant Professor at the Nutritional Sciences Division, Institute of Human Food and Nutrition, College of Human Ecology at the University of the Philippines-Los Baños in Laguna. She is also a research scholar of Food Science at the Washington State University and at the University of Idaho in the USA. Her talk will revolve around a child’s and the mother’s nutritional needs during the first 1,000 days and show various ways of consuming food to meet one’s nutritional needs such as Eating, Blending and Juicing.
Dr. Atienza will also discuss the benefits of juicing to a mother and child’s nutritional concerns, particularly on the aspect of fruits being natural supplements and an additional source of essential vitamins and minerals. There will also be a presentation on quick and easy juicing plus juicing recipes using local fruits that are proven delicious and nutritious courtesy of a Breville juicing specialist.
The Breville Juice Fountain can extract more juice and nutrients from any produce compared to other juicers. It has 25% extra-wide feed chute that can feed tubes that can fit bigger fruits and vegetables so there’s no need to chop fruits into small bits, with a jug capacity of 1 liter to 1.2 liters and comes with full variable speed technology to control the speed. It has extractors that eject the dry pulp into an external basket during the juicing process and Patented Juicing Systems that retains up to 70% more nutrients.
For more information on Breville juicers and other products, visit www.breville.com.ph