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Opis: Herbal Bioactives and Food Fortification - Suresh Kumar

Recent major shifts in global health care management policy have been instrumental in renewing interest in herbal medicine. However, literature on the development of products from herbs is often scattered and narrow in scope. Herbal Bioactives and Food Fortification: Extraction and Formulation provides information on all aspects of the extraction of biological actives from plants and the development of dietary supplements and fortified food using herbal extracts. The book begins with a brief survey of the use of herbs in different civilizations and traces the evolution of herbal medicine, including the emergence of nutraceuticals from the discipline of ethnopharmacology and the Alma Ata Declaration of 1978. It moves on to describe various aspects of the extraction process, including selection of plant species, quality control of raw materials, the comminution of herbs, and the selection of solvents. It also describes the optimization of extraction in relation to response surface methodology before describing uses of herbal extracts in food supplements and fortified foods. With special attention paid to stability analysis and the masking of tastes, the book gives an overview of the formulation of various types of tablets, capsules, and syrups using herbal extracts. It also describes the benefits of foods fortified with herbal extracts such as soups, yogurt, sauces, mayonnaise, pickles, chutneys, jams, jellies, marmalades, cheese, margarine, sausages, bread, and biscuits, as well as some beverages. Herbal Bioactives and Food Fortification covers the fundamental steps in herbal extraction and processing in a single volume. It explains how to choose, optimize, analyze, and use extracts for fortification, making it an excellent source for nutraceutical researchers and practitioners in science and industry.Medical Herbalism through the Ages Introduction The "Iceman" Used Natural Laxatives Herbs in Different Civilizations Herbal Medicine in Medieval Europe Herbal Medicine in America Decline of Herbal Medicine Renewed Interest in Herbal Medicine Emergence of Nutraceuticals Nutraceuticals in Indian Medicine Proven Benefits of Nutraceuticals Outlook for the Future Concluding Remarks References Bioactives from Plants Amazing Chemical Laboratories Biogenesis of Secondary Metabolites Functions of Secondary Metabolites Variation in Chemical Content of Herbs Good Cultivation Practices Modern Methods of Extraction of Bioactives Concluding Remarks References Extraction of the Bioactives Introduction Selection of Plant Species Procuring Initial Samples of the Herb Procuring Larger Consignments of Herbs Quality Control of Raw Material Traceability of Herbs Cleaning of Herbs Comminution of Herbs Selection of Extraction Solvent Extraction of Herbs Pilot-Scale Extraction Enrichment of Extract Analysis of Extract Specification for the Extract Costing of the Extract Unit Recovery Stability Studies Toxicological Studies Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Commercial Manufacture of the Extract Quality Assurance of Extracts Interaction with Marketing Team Concluding Remarks References Supercritical Fluid Extraction of Bioactives Introduction Solubility of Compounds in Supercritical CO2 The SCF Extraction Process Applications of SCF Technology Disadvantages of SCF Technology Concluding Remarks References Formulation of Food Supplements Introduction Food Supplements Hygroscopicity of Extracts Removal of Interfering Substances Dosage Forms Concluding Remarks References Food and Beverages Fortified with Phytonutrients Introduction Demonstration of Functional Effects Interesting Classes of Foods That Can Be Fortified Stability of Food Official Methods of Analysis Management of Product Quality Concluding Remarks References


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Tytuł: Herbal Bioactives and Food Fortification
Autor: Suresh Kumar
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482253634
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 274
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.54 kg


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Herbal Bioactives and Food Fortification

  • Producent: Apple
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Recent major shifts in global health care management policy have been instrumental in renewing interest in herbal medicine. However, literature on the development of products from herbs is often scattered and narrow in scope. Herbal Bioactives and Food Fortification: Extraction and Formulation provides information on all aspects of the extraction of biological actives from plants and the development of dietary supplements and fortified food using herbal extracts. The book begins with a brief survey of the use of herbs in different civilizations and traces the evolution of herbal medicine, including the emergence of nutraceuticals from the discipline of ethnopharmacology and the Alma Ata Declaration of 1978. It moves on to describe various aspects of the extraction process, including selection of plant species, quality control of raw materials, the comminution of herbs, and the selection of solvents. It also describes the optimization of extraction in relation to response surface methodology before describing uses of herbal extracts in food supplements and fortified foods. With special attention paid to stability analysis and the masking of tastes, the book gives an overview of the formulation of various types of tablets, capsules, and syrups using herbal extracts. It also describes the benefits of foods fortified with herbal extracts such as soups, yogurt, sauces, mayonnaise, pickles, chutneys, jams, jellies, marmalades, cheese, margarine, sausages, bread, and biscuits, as well as some beverages. Herbal Bioactives and Food Fortification covers the fundamental steps in herbal extraction and processing in a single volume. It explains how to choose, optimize, analyze, and use extracts for fortification, making it an excellent source for nutraceutical researchers and practitioners in science and industry.Medical Herbalism through the Ages Introduction The "Iceman" Used Natural Laxatives Herbs in Different Civilizations Herbal Medicine in Medieval Europe Herbal Medicine in America Decline of Herbal Medicine Renewed Interest in Herbal Medicine Emergence of Nutraceuticals Nutraceuticals in Indian Medicine Proven Benefits of Nutraceuticals Outlook for the Future Concluding Remarks References Bioactives from Plants Amazing Chemical Laboratories Biogenesis of Secondary Metabolites Functions of Secondary Metabolites Variation in Chemical Content of Herbs Good Cultivation Practices Modern Methods of Extraction of Bioactives Concluding Remarks References Extraction of the Bioactives Introduction Selection of Plant Species Procuring Initial Samples of the Herb Procuring Larger Consignments of Herbs Quality Control of Raw Material Traceability of Herbs Cleaning of Herbs Comminution of Herbs Selection of Extraction Solvent Extraction of Herbs Pilot-Scale Extraction Enrichment of Extract Analysis of Extract Specification for the Extract Costing of the Extract Unit Recovery Stability Studies Toxicological Studies Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Commercial Manufacture of the Extract Quality Assurance of Extracts Interaction with Marketing Team Concluding Remarks References Supercritical Fluid Extraction of Bioactives Introduction Solubility of Compounds in Supercritical CO2 The SCF Extraction Process Applications of SCF Technology Disadvantages of SCF Technology Concluding Remarks References Formulation of Food Supplements Introduction Food Supplements Hygroscopicity of Extracts Removal of Interfering Substances Dosage Forms Concluding Remarks References Food and Beverages Fortified with Phytonutrients Introduction Demonstration of Functional Effects Interesting Classes of Foods That Can Be Fortified Stability of Food Official Methods of Analysis Management of Product Quality Concluding Remarks References

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