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L’édulcorant Tagatose

mardi 16 février 2010 @ 08:02
  • Le Tagatose c’est quoi?

Tagatose est un édulcorant extrait du lactose (sucre de lait). Par hydrolyse, le lactose est divisé en glucose et galactose.  La fermentation du galactose engendre des molécules du TAGATOSE, qui après purification nous donneront des cristaux blancs ayant parfaitement le goût et l’aspect du sucre.

  • Quels sont les avantages du Tagatose?

* Très peu de  calorie: un taux de calories de 1,5 Kcal/g (sucre normal: 4 Kcal/g)

* Prébiotique: tagatose a un effet positive sur la flore intestinale.

* Un index glycémique de presque 0, donc parfait pour les diabétiques

* Ne provoque pas de caries: aussi intéressants vis-à-vis les enfants. Un sucre naturel sans risques pour les dents.

* 100% naturel

* Sans effets laxatifs

* Ne provoque pas de caries: aussi intéressants vis-à-vis les enfants. Un sucre naturel sans risques pour les dents.

* 100% naturel

  • Quels sont les inconvénients?

Il durcit facilement une fois le paqute entamé. Il faut donc le mettre dans une boite hermétique.

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  2. Hussein yy dit :

    How To Dress For An Interview

    In these recessionary economic times most of us need to go for interviews, far more than we would have in normal times. The first impression is certainly a lasting one and your employer will decide on that whether they want to go ahead and hire you or not. There is a specific dress code that one needs to follow when dressing up for a job interview.

    The interviewer usually decides within the first few moments that he has with you whether they would like to hire you or not and most of this comes from the attire.

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    Ensure that your hair is in place and neatly pinned away from your face. The hairstyle that you adopt should look professional.

    Don’t go overboard with make-up as that can give one a very garish look

    Perfume is one thing that you must be really careful with. Of course it is essential that you do wear perfume, you don’t want to go for an interview like a skunk but at the same time it shouldn’t be too are christian louboutin comfortable strong and overpowering. Dab just the right amounts of floral or fruity fragrance.

    Look carefully at your nails on black christian louboutin sneakers your fingers and toes. They should be nicely manicured and clean. Toes peeping out from your shoes must be the kind that is pedicure, with appropriate color nail enamel.

    Ensure that you have the right handbag along with you. The handbag or briefcase should be made of good leather, expensive looking and the kind that will create a professional impression about you to the interviewer. The briefcase should be able to carry your portfolio or else you can hold that in your arm.

    Do not wear too many rings, piercings or other dangling accompaniments. Only earring rule is fine enough.

    In case you have tattoos then wear clothes that will cover them up. An interviewer will certainly not get influenced and give you brownie points because of the tattoos.

    No chewing gum while at the interview as this can spoil the whole image. Keep in mind that one does need to look professional and the interview will be a cake walk.

  3. Ashe pmsu dit :

    The Free Dictionary Language Forums

    I was watching a program that had a piece about Beyonce and how she dances on stage in five inch heels. I can’t walk in five inch heels let alone dance in them. That set me thinking about shoes because I love shoes, I have loads of them and I love to buy them, but I am appalled at the height of the heels today. Not only the heels but the soles can be inches thick, reminding me of David Bowie in his heyday. Then there are those that are supposed to mimic Roman sandals, yuck. I suppose most of you think the higher the heel the better, don’t you. On the other hand they make a good weapon. – George Orwell

    The Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto ( sounds like a great day out fellas ) currently has an exhibit running titled ‘ On a Pedestal ‘ which deals with the heel thing. One of the exhibits is a Venetian 16th century chopine, a platform shoe 54cm. tall which would have been worn by a 12 year old aristocratic bride. So you’re not so badly off Imelda -sorry- Cass. In the meantime, could you please help me with the interpretation of the phrase in bold in the preceding paragraph ? Thankyou for your efforts. Sanity is not statistical

    I’m a shoe lover! And I CAN dance with those high heels on :)It is true that the heels are getting bigger and bigger, but it’s all good because they me look slimmer :)My younger sister likes to borrow my heels, but then regrets it and tells me, « how can you walk in those?! » I do have to agree with you Cass on those Roman sandals, I don’t like them at all, they’re just not for me. Not to get off the topic here, but it seems like they are bringing back funky styles (that don’t necessarily go with me): skinny jeans, plaid shirts, roman sandals, balloony tops and dresses, etc).

    I remember ladies claiming that high heels « toned the legs, » though the high-heel lovers were definitely a mixed bag in the toned-leg department. Personally I liked 3 inch heels in my heyday, but now I want to be comfortable–not dowdy, just not crippled up by the end of the evening. Women nowadays who can vivienne westwood jelly shoes black wear the super-high heels look great in them, but walking in them is an art. Those who haven’t mastered the art look very awkward in the stilty shoes, sort of walking as if they’re climbing an incline, but with the ground being flat. This is not a novel to be tossed aside lightly. It should be thrown with great force. –Dorothy Parker

    How I wish to be as witty as you, excaelis. On another note, I can’t stand high heels. It doesn’t really look better than sandals (they look better than sneakers though), women have to take intensive courses just to get used to the darn shoes, and I prefer women to be as comfortable as possible. I once heard (I think it was on this forum) that guys who like high heels and big boobs, most of the time, are jerks. Every heart sings a song, incomplete, until another heart whispers back. Those who wish to sing always find a song. At the touch of a lover, everyone becomes a poet. I suppose most of you think the higher the heel the better, don’t you.

    Sorry for the delay, Cass. As for me, I love the way wearing high heels enhances the curve of a woman’s lower back, making her derriere ostensibly audacious. At the same time I worry about the long term effects that walking, not to mention dancing, in them have on that same lower back. A man needs to keep his priorities straight. I’ll gladly escort my wife for all our days while she wears sensible shoes if it means the spring in her back stays healthy for the same duration. How much our Vil power has increased? Oops! or will power?Sorry Vil, nothing personal. And now from the Vil power or will power, let us get on the heel power. I think looking tall is always considered to be prettier. That’s why girls and even boys prefer heels. Although boys are more inclined on high soles than heels only. A high heel can make you feel high. And who does not want to rise?We are responsible for what we are, and vivienne westwood rubber shoes black whatever we wish ourselves to be, we have the power to make ourselves. I’m pretty short so I wouldn’t mind if women started to get shorter. excaelis:Oh you’re too kind. Who me ? No ? Gee shucks ! On a more serious note Anth, I think you’ll find that guys who like high heels and big boobs most of the time are called transsexuals. Every heart sings a song, incomplete, until another heart whispers back. Those who wish to sing always find a song. At the touch of a lover, everyone becomes a poet. – Plato

    I think that high-heels do look good, at a reasonable height that is. Too high and they lose any elegance they might have had especially if the wearer (hey could be a man) looks like they are walking through a muddy field. Personally I think some clothes demand some sort of a high heel. So they are saved for special occasions, going out and even then I make sure I don’t have to walk much. « Ignorant men don’t know what good they hold in their hands until they’ve flung it away. » – Sophocles

  4. Nagel ikc dit :

    Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity

    IN PROGRESS!! – LAST UPDATED 2 SEP 2001 1905, Albert Einstein1 published three very important papers which helped to revolutionize Physics. One paper related to Brownian Motion. Another contained an explanation of the ‘Photoelectric Effect’ which contributed to the question of the nature of light (wave or particle? See Wave-Particle Duality) and to the development of Quantum Theory. The third of these papers, titled ‘On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies’ contained what has come to be known as the Special Theory of Relativity. This is Einstein’s most famous, and most often misunderstood theory. Relativity was Necessary were certain major problems in classical Physics which Einstein addressed with his Special Theory. To understand the weight of the theory, it will be good to see first what deficiencies in Physics made it necessary. One problem related to the idea of Absolute Motion. Another was a flaw in Maxwell’s Equations for electricity and magnetism. Perhaps the most subtle and bizarre problem arose from looking at these two ideas together. Let’s see what these problems were: Space and Time Newton2, the undisputed god of Classical Physics, spelled out in his Principia Mathematica what everyone believed about the space, time and motion. true, and mathematical time, of itself, and from its own nature, flows equably without relation to anything external. . . Absolute space, in its own nature, without relation to anything external, remains always similar and immovable. . . Absolute motion is the translation of a body from one absolute place into another. . . Real, absolute rest is the continuance of a body in the same part of immovable space. . . As the order of the parts of time is immutable, so also is the order of the parts of space. . . Isaac Newton, Principia Mathematica, 1686, General Scholium seems reasonable, if not exactly useful. We may never find an object which is at Absolute Rest, against which Absolute Motion could be measured, but common sense suggests that such an object could exist. Around the turn of the Twentieth Century, certain attempts were made to measure the Absolute Motion of the Earth through space. One of these attempts, the Michelson-Morley experiment, is renowned as one of the greatest failures in the history of Physics. and Morley’s idea was this – It was well known3 that light consists of waves which travel at some high velocity through space. Any wave requires a medium through which to travel – for example, sound waves travel through air, so where there is no air, like in space, there is no sound. The medium through which light travels – call it Ether – must completely fill the vast reaches of interstellar space, and that is why we can see stars. Presumably, this Ether is stationary, and the Earth moves through it. It would seem that if we measure the speed of light which we’re moving along with, we should come up with a slower speed than when we measure the speed of light moving in a direction across or opposite our direction of travel. Michelson and Morley constructed an Interferometer – a very barneys new york christian louboutin sale clever apparatus with could compare speeds of light in different directions – and they failed, utterly and repeadedly, to find any difference in speeds, no matter which way they pointed it. summarize, Newton’s world-view suggested that anything which moves, such as light, or the Earth, has some Absolute Speed with respect to Absolute Space. Just when it seemed that we could finally measure Absolute Speeds, we found ourselves unable to do so, and at a loss to explain why. Light, it seemed, did not behave the way Classical Physics predicted; it did not have a Newtonian Absolute Motion. and Electromotive Force James Clark Maxwell4, a Nineteenth Century Scottish Physicist, had written down four brilliant equations which described all known phenomena involving electricity and magnetism. Einstein studied these equations in school and noticed something about them that wasn’t quite aesthetically satisfying. The problem is easily seen with a simple scenario. you are holding a bar magnet in your right hand and a metal coat hanger in your left hand. If you push the end of the bar magnet through the loop formed by the coat hanger, this will produce an electrical current in the hanger. It doesn’t matter whether you hold your left hand stationary and move your right hand, or whether you hold your right hand stationary and move your left hand, the effect will be the same. You could even move both hands simultaneously. problem here is that when you push the magnet through the coat hanger, Maxwell’s equations offered a completely different explanation than it offered in the case where you move the wire over the magnet. When the magnet is moving, the current is induced by an electrical field which arises around any moving magnet. When the wire is moving however, Maxwell couldn’t appeal to a moving magnet, so he had to postulate a mysterious ‘Electromotive Force’ which arises any time a charged particle (like an electron in the wire) moves across a magnetic field. say that an electrical field is acting when one hand moves, but that an Electromotive force is active when the other hand moves, seemed silly to Einstein. Clearly the same thing is happening in both cases. What if we didn’t even know which was moving? We should still have laws that can account for the current by looking at the relative motions of the magnet and the coat-hanger. this second problem seems unrelated to the first one. While that had to do with Absolute Motion and the speed of light, here is a problem relating to how electromagnetic phenomena are described. However, the speed of light and electromagnetism are very closely linked together. and the Speed of Light equations said, among other things, that a changing electrical field will produce a magnetic field, and vice versa: that a changing magnetic field will produce an electrical field. This effect feeds upon itself, with an electrical impulse producing a magnetic impulse, which produces an electrical impulse. and this series of impulses propagates, wave-like, through space. By analyzing the equations, clever Physicists were able to determine the velocity with which these waves of electromagnetic radiation propagate. The answer they arrived at was, in a stunning coincidence, just exactly the speed of light! So light is nothing more than electromagnetic radiation, described by Maxwell’s equations. this was strange. Most moving things move at speeds that could be different. If you are driving down the road, and you apply the brakes on your car, then your speed can change without any unduly odd effect on the rest of the world. The speed of light, however, is a consequence of the laws of physics (Maxwell’s equations, anyway). This speed could not be different unless those laws were different. For the speed of light to seem different to different observers, as common sense tells us it would, the laws of physics would have to be different for different observers! In order to preserve the same laws fo physics for different observers, we have to accept the counter-intuitive notion that the speed of light is the same, no matter who is measuring it, no matter what direction they are moving relative to the light. This is what was confirmed my Michelson and Morley’s failed experiment. Assumptions Constancy of the Speed of Light of Michelson and Morley’s experiment, Einstein faced the fact, unreasonable as it may seem, that the speed of light seems to come out the same no matter how the person measuring it is moving. Since this fact flies in the face of our common-sense ideas about Space and Time, Einstein suspended his belief in common-sense and explored what Space and Time would have to be like to make possible the observed behaviour of light. he said that we could use the constancy of the speed of light as a way to synchronize clocks. Thus, our idea of time is determined by light’s velocity, instead of the other way around. Principle of Relativity Einstein wanted to avoid Maxwell’s problem with relative motions, so he adopted the Principle of Relativity as his second assumption, along with the contancy of light speed. Loosely put, the Principle states that if two unpowered space ships drift past each other, and each says that they are stationary while the other moves, then there’s no way to tell who’s right. More formally put, there is no possible experiment which can establish such a thing as absolute rest or absolute motion. (In Special Relativity, ‘motion’ is taken to always mean uniform, straight-line motion. In General Relativity, Einstein took accelerated motion into account as well.) problem in Maxwell’s physics, with the magnet and the coat hanger in relative motion, is only a violation of this Principle at an aesthetic level. Maxwell recognized that the experiment comes out the same, whether the magnet or the wire moves; either way a current is generated. The problem is just that Maxwell gives different names to the effect when viewed from different frames of reference, which is somewhat inelegant. from Einstein’s two assumptions, it is a not too difficult calculus problem to say how Space and Time are affected. The results obtained are somewhat surprising. first common-sense notion to go out the window is that of simultaneity. We say that two events are simultaneous if they happen at the same time. It turns out under Relativity that simultaneity is in they eye of the beholder. Events which are simultaneous for one observer need not be for an observer moving relatively to the first one. Clocks which are synchronized on a moving train will not appear synchronized when viewed from the station platform. are limits to this effect. There is no frame of reference from which the Magna Carta and the Treaty of Versailles would appear simultaneous. For the order of two events to be in question, they must be separated in such a way that no communication could possibly travel from one event to the other, even at the speed of light. Contraction and Time Dilation of the most celebrated and confusing consequences of relativity are called Length Contraction and Time Dilation. These mysterious phenomena are most easily understood as consequences of the relativity of simultaneity. Contraction is the name for the fact that measurements of length come out differently for observers in relative motion. The passengers on a train might believe that their train is 1 kilometer long, and that the station platform whizzing by is 1/2 kilometer long. Meanwhile, observers on the platform will measure the train to be 1/2 kilometer long and blue christian louboutin shoes the platform to be 1 kilometer long. (This effect will occur if the relative speed with which the train moves by the platform is around 86% of the speed of light.) connection between Length Contraction and simultaneity is clear if we consider how these measurements of length are made. The observer on the platform, wishing to measure the train, will reason as follows: ‘At a certain time, the front end of the train passed a certain point on the platform. At the same time, the rear end of the train passed a point on the platform 1/2 kilometer from the first point. Therefore, the length of the train is 1/2 kilometer.’ An observer on the train will disagree about the simultaneity of these two measurements. He will say that the rear of the train was measured later than the front of the train, causing the length measurement to come out too short. Dilation is a related effect in which Time is revealed to be as susceptible as Space to relativistic strangeness. Basically, sticking with the train example, the observers on the platform will say that the clocks they see on the train all run slow. Meanwhile, the observers on the train will say that the clocks on the platform run slow. Each is correct, from their own frame of reference. ‘Twins Paradox’ of Velocities relativity, the speed of light is the cosmic speed limit; nothing can go faster than light. Suppose we were to try with the following ruse. First, board a train which moves at a high speed relative to the ground, say, 9/10 the speed of light. Now, standing on the train, walk forward along its length at a high speed, say, 1/2 the speed of light. Common sense would say that your speed relative to the ground should be the sum of these two speeds, or 1.4 times the speed of light. shows, however, that this naive approach is no good. When adding velocities, we must keep our strange assumptions in mind. Using the formula which he derives5 , we add 9/10 the speed of light to 1/2 the speed of light and come up with a total of 28/29 of the speed of light – close, but still under the limit. is probably the most well known equation in all of Physics. see Wave-Particle Duality41831-1879 Interestingly, Maxwell died in the year that Einstein was born. This sort of thing happens all the time.5Using V1 and V2 to represent the two velocities and C to represent the speed of light, the sum of V1 and V2 is equal to (V1 + V2)/(1 + V1V2/C2)

  5. Ferron nid dit :