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- 4Functional food
- 1Barley processing
- 1Caco-2 cells
- 1Conjugated linolenic acid
- 1Arenna, Arenna
- 1Caldo, Kristian Mark P.
- 1Chen, Guanqun
- 1Ekaette, Idaresit
- 1Field, Catherine J.
- 1Holic, Roman
Punicic acid (PuA; 18: 3Δ 9cis,11trans,13cis ) is an unusual 18-carbon fatty acid bearing three conjugated double bonds. It has been shown to exhibit a myriad of beneficial bioactivities including anti-cancer, anti-diabetes, anti-obesity, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. Pomegranate...
In this study, we examine Canadian consumers’ purchase preferences for a particular kind of functional pork – enhanced carnosine pork. Carnosine is a naturally occurring dipeptide that exhibits anti-aging properties (McFarland and Holliday, 1994). Carnosine is a relatively unknown nutrient and so...
Pea Protein Based Nanoemulsions for Delivery of Vitamin D: Fabrication, Stability and In vitro Study using Caco-2 CellsDownload
In North America, a significant population is vitamin D deficient due to insufficient sunlight exposure in winters. Increasing research has shown that vitamin D, apart from its skeletal functions, also has potential to lower the risk of chronic diseases such as autoimmune disorders, diabetes...
Rutin and barley starch modification using subcritical water, ultrasonication and electrolysis technologiesDownload
The barley grain is a rich source of starch and dietary fibre but over the years, barley grain uses in Canada has been more popular in animal feeding and brewing, than for food uses. With the large barley production and increasing demand for starch by the food and biobased industries, barley...