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Membrane applications in functional foods and nutraceuticals

17-06-2011 | Oguz Akin; Feral Temelli; Sefa Koseoglu, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2011

Abstract The functional foods and nutraceuticals market is growing at a rapid pace. Membrane processing offers several advantages over conventional methods for separation, fractionation and recovery of those bioactive components. In this review, membrane applications of lipid-, carbohydrate-, and ...

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Interactions between polyphenols and macromolecules: quantification methods and mechanisms

17-06-2011 | C. Le Bourvellec; C. M.G.C. Renard, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2011

Abstract Non-covalent and covalent associations of polyphenols with food macromolecules are two of the most fundamental factors affecting the quality of polyphenol-rich food products. This review therefore describes the biochemical bases of associations between polyphenols and macromolecules, ...

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Food gels: Gelling process and new applications

17-06-2011 | SOUMYA BANERJEE; SUVENDU BHATTACHARYA, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2011

Food gels are viscoelastic substances and several gelled products are manufactured throughout the world. The gelling agents in foods are usually polysaccharides and proteins. In food gels, the polymer molecules are not cross-linked by covalent bonds with the exception of disulphide bonds in some ...

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Probiotic Fermentation of Plant Based Products: Possibilities and Opportunities

17-06-2011 | Shilpi Gupta; Nissreen Abu-Ghannam, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2011

Abstract Functional foods are claimed to have several health-specific advantages. In addition to their basic nutritive value, they contain a proper balance of ingredients which help in the prevention and treatment of illnesses and diseases. Within this category, products containing lactic acid ...

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Efficacy of mineral oil combined with insecticides for the control of aphid virus vectors to reduce potato virus Y infections in seed potatoes ( Solanum tuberosum )

16-06-2011 | Lars M. Hansen; Steen L. Nielsen, Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B - Plant Soil Science, 2011

Abstract Aphids are major vectors of plant viruses. Potato virus Y (PVY) is the most important aphid-transmitted virus affecting potato crops in Denmark. Because of a changed seed potato growing strategy, the seed potato area in Denmark is changing from regions with a low average temperature to ...

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Ascorbic Acid: A Review of its Chemistry and Reactivity in Relation to a Wine Environment

15-06-2011 | Marc P. Bradshaw; Celia Barril; Andrew C. Clark; Paul D. Prenzler; Geoffrey R. Scollary, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2011

Extensive reviews of research are available on the use of ascorbic acid, and its consequent degradation pathways, in physiological conditions or food matrices. However, very little information can be found for wine-related systems. This review highlights the relevant chemistry and reactivity of ...

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Update on the Chemopreventive Effects of Ginger and its Phytochemicals

15-06-2011 | Manjeshwar Shrinath Baliga; Raghavendra Haniadka; Manisha Maria Pereira; Jason Jerome D’Souza; Princy ..., Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2011

The rhizomes of Zingiber officinale Roscoe (Zingiberaceae), commonly known as ginger, is one of the most widely used spice and condiment. It is also an integral part of many traditional medicines and has been extensively used in Chinese, Ayurvedic, Tibb-Unani, Srilankan, Arabic, and African ...

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Polyphenols and Human Health: A Prospectus

15-06-2011 | Francesco Visioli; Catalina Alarcón De La Lastra; Cristina Andres-Lacueva; Michael Aviram; Conceição Cal ..., Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2011

The lay press often heralds polyphenols as panacea for all sorts of diseases. The rationale is that their antioxidant activity would prevent free radical damage to macromolecules. However, basic and clinical science is showing that the reality is much more complex than this and that several ...

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Chemistry, Biogenesis, and Biological Activities of Cinnamomum zeylanicum

15-06-2011 | G. K. Jayaprakasha; L. Jagan Mohan Rao, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2011

The genus Cinnamomum comprises of several hundreds of species, which are distributed in Asia and Australia. Cinnamomum zeylanicum, the source of cinnamon bark and leaf oils, is an indigenous tree of Sri Lanka, although most oil now comes from cultivated areas. C. zeylanicum is an important spice ...

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Juice Blends—A Way of Utilization of Under-Utilized Fruits, Vegetables, and Spices: A Review

15-06-2011 | Raju Lal Bhardwaj; Shruti Pandey, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2011

The post-harvest shelf life of maximum of fruits and vegetables is very limited due to their perishable nature. In India more then 20–25 percent of fruits and vegetables are spoiled before utilization. Despite being the world's second largest producer of fruits and vegetables, in India only 1.5 ...

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