By Blanca Hernández-Ledesma, Miguel Herrero
A part of the IFT Press sequence, this e-book stories the myriad released details on bioactive elements derived from marine meals, allowing researchers and product builders to choose applicable useful materials for brand new products.
Chapters hide meals and foodstuff components from either animal and plant marine resources, concentrating on these which exhibit organic houses and whose constituent compounds were remoted and pointed out as very likely energetic. This ebook extra addresses the organic actions of PUFAs (Polyunsaturated fatty acids), oils, phospholipids, proteins and peptides, fibres, carbohydrates, chitosans, nutrients, fucoxantin, polyphenols, phytosterols, taurine, among others. those elements, present in numerous marine-derived meals, were established to have preventative houses with reference to high blood pressure, oxidative tension, irritation, cardiovascular illnesses, melanoma and different human diseases.
Extraction tools and research concepts also are addressed. meant for nutrients scientists, nutrition technologists and meals engineers in academia, and executive, this book reviews the sizeable volume of present study during this fast-moving and commercially important zone of foodstuff and meals science.
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