Consequences of Urinary Specific Gravity on Noodle Depiction

Authors

  • Mehwish Sultana Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan.
  • Muhammad Imran Qadir Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan.

Keywords:

Urinary Specific Gravity, Noodles, Effect of Urinary Specific Gravity on Noodle Depiction

Abstract

In the present study we co-relate the urinary specific gravity with the demonstration of noodles. Specific gravity of urine means the balance of electrolytes in our urine. We can easily test the specific gravity of urine by urine test compared with the water density. Mostly we can used this test to check the different conditions of body like dehydration, dis functioning of heart, diabetes, infection in kidney and infection in urinary track. Healthy food like beets, carrots and black berries are used to maintain the electrolytes balanced in our body. Commonly osmolality test are used to check the dilution or concentration of urine. Water density is 1.000 while in normal functioning of kidney urine specific gravity is 1.002-1.003. Increased value of test indicates high dehydration in body and shows the excess of substances like glucose, protein, blood cells and bacteria in urine. The baked noodles are made by adding water, any type of noodles, salt and other ingredients and after all this process the noodles baked on heat. This is most simple and easy type of noodles. Another type is basic noodles is basic noodles. This type of noodles can be cooked in broth or in water and after that drained. The noodles are soft and delicious in taste. Different sauce and soups are added in it and sometimes different vegetables are also added in it to increase the taste of dish. Oil is also used in this dish if necessary. There is no impact of urinary specific gravity on noodle delineation.

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2019-07-10