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Articles by Sajid Rashid Ahmad
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  Uzma Khalid , Farhana Nosheen , M. Asif Raza , M. Ishaque , Muhamad Ahmad , Sajid Rashid Ahmad and Farwah Rubab
  Fruits and vegetables are an important part of the daily diet. Eating 3-5 servings of colorful fruits and vegetables a day is important because deeply hued fruits and vegetables provide the wide range of vitamins, minerals, fiber and phyto-chemicals which body needs to maintain good health. Eating fruits and vegetables may truly promote muscle strength and reduce the risks of neuronal aging and cancer among youth. For this purpose, a study was conducted to analyze the students’ daily intake of balanced diet. The present study was conducted on 80 female respondents in “A” university and “B” university, Faisalabad, Pakistan was selected through a simple random sampling technique. The information was gathered from respondents through a questionnaire. Later on the data were analyzed, tables of percentage was applied to interpret the results. Almost both of the students of universities knew about balanced diet. They used to take fruit and vegetable salad in the form of 1/2 cup in a day and 3-4 times in a week. Correspondingly, half of the university students either used to eat vegetable like fried potato, chat, vegetable roll, sandwich, burger or fruit juices and fruit shake at lunch time in university. Both university students agreed that inclusion of fruit and vegetable in junk food would convert the food into healthy food which can help to reduce the obesity and used in weight management programs for youth.
  Mohammad Saleem Khan , Sajid Rashid Ahmad , Muhammad Mushtaq and Ghulam Muhammad
  The groundwater has unique importance as protected nutrition source for survival of sustainable life against the growing surface water contamination. Groundwater receives its recharge from surface water as a part of hydrologic cycle but due to filtration process through various layers remains protected. However the water in the unconfined aquifer is more quickly influenced and gets contaminated due to industrial and other anthropogenic activities. The extra ordinary recharge from dams located at elevation is capable to induce water logging conditions in the downstream areas. The investigation in the Dhamrah Kas Basin shows that the groundwater fluctuations are being controlled by the reservoir filling and depletion in the Khanpur dam. As a result the water table is forced to fluctuate between elevations of 1640 to 1670 feet. The maximum rise of 42 feet has been recorded since the construction of Khanpur Dam during 1983. Hence due to the rise of water table the probability of groundwater contamination has been increased many folds. However stagnancy trend in the water table since 1992 reveals sealing of discontinuities due to sedimentation, so there are no chances of water logging due to Khanpur dam in the study area.
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