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RMUTL Nan campus lecturers pop ideas for northern food lovers, producing Ma Khaen bouillon soup cubes “one cube can be cooked around the world.
Wednesday 29 April 2020 / Activity News

Food is a reflection of the lives of local people, raw ingredients indicate the identity of cooking as if it is an art of mixing and blending diversities together into a fine cuisine. A way of life inherited from generation to generation, so it is not surprising that the food of each region is varied. This is due to the availability and limitation of ingredients in the community. Northern Thai food has been popular and well-known, it has distinguished itself with the uniqueness of tastes which is a mixture of... >> Read more


Development of Biochar Stove from Agricultural Residue
Monday 27 April 2020 / Activity News

Development of Biochar Stove from Agricultural Residue is a research project under the Research, Development and Engineering. The project was supported by. National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) Northern Region 2011. This research focuses on encouraging community Bring agricultural waste utilization. In the form of fuel The factors that directly impact on the economics, Biochar is the use of char in the form of solid fuel for cooking instead of fossil fuels such as gas, including reducing the... >> Read more


Pasteurized tea product from Phitsanuloke 2 rice seedlings
Friday 24 April 2020 / Activity News

Vegetables and fruits containing high antioxidant which assisting in oxidation  resistantance of fat and other molecules and also protecting people from some critical illnesses such as cancer or   Ischemic heart disease.                 Phitsanuloke 2 rice seedlings is 114 cms tall, the rice crop is straight with green leaves and dense in ear of rice. The paddy rice has light brown color with a length of 7.3 mm an... >> Read more


Berry rice cracker ---- A snack for Northern Thai people
Thursday 23 April 2020 / Activity News

Berry rice cracker was developed by staff of the “Improve Life Quality” project using the local wisdom of Pong Dang villagers. The project aims to honor Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Mr.Peerawit Chaimala on the occasion of Her 60th birthday. Mr. Peerawit Chaimala, the project manager, stated that berry rice cracker was developed, in Pong Dang Mai Village, Village Number 12, Sai-Khaw Sub-district, Phan District, Chiang Rai Province. Rajamangala University of Technology... >> Read more


Six ways to work happily and effectively
Wednesday 22 April 2020 / Activity News

Tim Ferries, the best-selling author of “The 4-Hour Workweek”, suggests six ways to work happily and effectively, leading to better work- life balance. One: Keep your emotion as positive as possible in the morning. Start the day with negative feelings would possibly affect your whole workday events and performance. Two: Do not check email in the morning, especially during the first hour of the day. Replying emails is not the priority of the day. Also, messages in the email may lea... >> Read more


Health Benefits of Passion Fruit
Tuesday 21 April 2020 / Activity News

The passion fruit, native to South America has many amazing health benefits to all who eat this sweet and aromatic fruit. Passion fruit was a staple of Aztec society and once Spanish missionaries laid eyes on the blossoms of the passion fruit, they named it thus as they said that the blossoms resembled the crown of thorns on Christ's head during the crucifixion. Passion fruit has a very aromatic smell and can either be yellow or purple on the outside. The skin of the passion fruit is wrinkly and it... >> Read more


Health Benefits of Thai herbs "Ivy gourd
Monday 20 April 2020 / Activity News

Lutein and its related compound zeaxanthin are highly concentrated in the macula, providing a yellow color known as the macular pigment (MP).The macular pigment protects the macula from the damaging photo-oxidative effects of blue light.   Lutein and Age related Macular Degeneration (AMD)   Research has suggested a minimum of 6-10 mg per day of lutein is necessary to realize lutein’s health benefits.  One such benefit is lutein’s role in eye heal... >> Read more


Health Benefits of Carrots
Monday 13 April 2020 / Activity News

Nutritional Value of Carrot Carrot provides 40 calories for 100 gram of its consumption. Carrot is a rich source of beta-carotene because of which it gets its orange colour. Carrots contains dietary fibre, vitamin-A, antioxidants and minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium and phosphorous. Health Benefits of Carrot – Improves Eyesight We all know vitamin-A helps in improving the eyesight and carrot is one of the major sources of vitamin-A. Lack of vitamin-A can damag... >> Read more


Drinking water before meals helps dieting, says study
Wednesday 08 April 2020 / Activity News

        Drinking water before meals can help people to lose weight, says a US study. Water contains no calories and drinking it makes us feel full. Scientists from Virginia found that slimmers can lose an average of 5 lb extra if they drink two glasses of water three times a day before meals. The researchers presented their findings at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Boston.               They tested the theory on 48 older ... >> Read more


Reminders working age risk of illness.
Tuesday 07 April 2020 / Activity News

Ministry of Public Health care working age health because living in buildings with poor air quality. Risk of inhaling dust, toner and volatile organic compounds, risk of sick building syndrome. Suggest tightening control the copier user to wear a procedure mask to protect themselves. Clinical Professor emeritus MD. Piyasakon Sakonsattayatorn a Minister of ministry of Public Health revealed that most people spend more time inside homes, offices and hotels. This making it vulnerable to air quality proble... >> Read more


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