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Research Title Proposal
Transcript of Research Title Proposal
Objective of the Study
This study will be conducted at St. Therese MTC Colleges La Fiesta Site.
This study aims to assess the acceptability of kangkong leaf processed as a tea in terms of aroma, taste and texture.
is a semi-aquatic, tropical plant grown as a vegetable. It is a highly nutritious plant with high levels of protein, calcium, iron, potassium, and vitamins A, B, & C. Such situation implied that
has rich in nutritional value needed in the body. (www.ethnobotanyjournal.org/vol5/i1547-3465-05-123.pdf)
Research Title Proposal
Leaf: Its Acceptability as a Tea
St. Therese MTC Colleges
La Fiesta Site
is not popular in the Philippines especially to the children if it was just eaten as a vegetable. It should be process into a consumable food to be accepted by the people especially the children. One of the processes is to make it as a tea. (http://www.philippines.hvu.nl/vegetables2.htm)
is not yet utilize as a tea.
A tea is an aromatic beverage prepared from dried leaves by infusion with boiling water. It is one of the usual beverages of the Filipino people especially during morning. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea)
Significance of the Study
The result and findings of the study will be beneficial to the:
According to Uy A.(2013), Filipinos are not known to have a bit of tea like the British. To them, to do tea is to unceremoniously steep a tea bag into hot water then add copious amounts of sugar to sweeten. An invitation to afternoon tea can easily set off tiny alarm bells in our heads. But afternoon tea also conjures alluring images of lounging in a tea salon, sheltered from the cares of the world.
Varlet, M. (2012) wrote that tea soothes. Tea relaxes. Tea inspires. Tea has antioxidants that help keep cancer away. Best of all, it reminds me of childhood play of tea sets tiny cups, saucers, and intricately designed tea pots with make-believe, freshly-steeped tea and rice round biscuits.
Green tea is an acknowledged cancer preventive in Japan. The aim of this review article is to develop the concept of cancer prevention with green tea beverage for humans, which has largely been our exclusive research territory. The results of epidemiological study in Saitama Prefecture allowed us to determine the cancer preventive amount of green tea-10 Japanese-size cups per day, about 2.5 g green tea extract which made it possible for us to introduce the two stage strategy of cancer prevention with green tea. Fujiki H. (2005)
Your suggestions and comments are welcomed
Thai Name: Pak boong
Scientific Name: Ipomaea aquatica
-Size: 25-30 cm long
-Color: Light green.
30 kcal, 2.7 g protein 60 mg
calcium, 2.5 mg iron, 2.9 mg vitamin A,
45 mg vitamin C per 100 g serving.
Use: Eat raw and cook like spinach or stir-fry.
Season: Throughout the year.
For a limited period in the salad
compartment of the refrigerator.