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Pearl millet minerals: effect of processing on ...

Jun 27, 2018  The efficacy of household-level food processing and other food-based approaches improves the nutritional adequacy and generates knowledge on their impact in well-designed trials. ... of minerals and type of inhibitory factors in pearl millet grain helps in understanding the importance of relevant processing methods to increase mineral ...

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Influence of heat processing on the nutrient composition ...

The effect of cooking on the proximate composition, energy value, ascorbic acid content and selected mineral levels of six edible vegetable leaves used in the preparation of Nigerian diets was investigated. In raw samples, moisture content ranged from 70.69 ± 8 0.15% in hard leaf (HL) to 93.29 ± 0.11% in water leaf (WL). Fluted pumpkin leaf (FPL) had the highest ash content of 5.91 ± 0.05% ...

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Application of sous vide method as an alternative to ...

Nov 02, 2017  The obtained results indicated, that the type of applied treatment had a distinct effect on the retention of analyzed nutrients in Brassica vegetables after processing. The sous vide method allowed for maximum preservation of the minerals contained in vegetables as compared to traditional methods.

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Effects of different methods of cooking on mineral and ...

Nov 24, 2018  The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of cooking on the content of minerals and vitamins yellow fin seabream fillets on the baking process. In this study fillets of yellow fin seabream (Acanthopagrus latus) with three methods include steaming, frying and grilling the (grill a) the amount of vitamins (a and E) and minerals (iron, phosphorus, copper, zinc, calcium, magnesium ...

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Effects of cooking methods and temperatures on nutritional ...

Oct 11, 2011  Table 3 shows effect of cooking methods and cooking temperatures on mineral composition of anchovy. Cooking methods had significant effects on Na, Ca, Mg, Zn and Cu contents of fish. The lowest concentrations for Na, Ca, Mg, Zn and Cu were found in fried samples the highest ones were grilled samples.

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Factors affecting the nutritional quality of crops ...

Oct 30, 2009  Effects of thermal processing upon vitamins and proteins in foods. ... Effects of different levels of nitrogen and farmyard manure on yield and quality of spinach ... The influence of climate and fertilizer practices upon the vitamin and mineral content of vegetables.

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COOKING AND ITS EFFECT ON NUTRITION

Using absorption cooking methods - where water is added and absorbed by the grains or is constantly added and absorbed during the cooking process, (e.g. as when cooking risotto) are the best options to retain nutrients. THE EFFECT OF COOKING AND PROCESSING METHODS ON NUTRIENTS The method of processing often affects vitamin content and availability.

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Effect of Peeling and Cooking on Nutrients in Vegetables ...

May 18, 2021  Vegetables are a major source of minerals and vitamins [32] and are affected by the handling method during preparation. Eighty four percent of the caregivers indicated that they soak vegetables ...

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Dirt Poor: Have Fruits and Vegetables Become Less ...

Apr 27, 2011  Dirt Poor: Have Fruits and Vegetables Become Less Nutritious? Because of soil depletion, crops grown decades ago were much richer in vitamins and minerals than the

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Effect of Domestic Processing and Cooking Methods on Total ...

Apr 01, 2002  Spinach (Spinacia oleracia) and amaranth (Amaranthus tricolor) leaves were stored in polyethylene bags and without packing for 24 and 48 hours in a refrigerator at 5°C and 30°C in polyethylene bags...

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The Effects of Various Drying Methods on the Nutritional ...

Table 3a and b show the nutritional composition (% dry matter) of fresh and dried cocoyam (Colocasia esculenta) samples.The moisture content ranged from 75% in the fresh sample (control) to 9.38% in solar dried sample. The carbohydrate level was highest in the fresh sample (94. 00%) while it was lowest in the solar dried sample (89.69%); protein and lipid levels were also highest in the fresh ...

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u t r it o n F Journal of Nutrition Food Sciences

Figure 1: Effect of processing methods on cyanide content in Corchorus oli-torius. Bars carrying the same letter are not significantly different (p > 0.05). 3107.37 c 257.25 a 187.03 a 433.29 a 371.29 a 1135.29 b 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 Fresh sample 5 minutes decoction 10 minutes decoction Leaves boiled for 5 minutes Leaves boiled ...

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Effects of different methods of cooking on mineral and ...

Nov 24, 2018  The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of cooking on the content of minerals and vitamins yellow fin seabream fillets on the baking process. In this study fillets of yellow fin seabream (Acanthopagrus latus) with three methods include steaming, frying and grilling the (grill a) the amount of vitamins (a and E) and minerals (iron, phosphorus, copper, zinc, calcium, magnesium ...

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Effect of Domestic Processing and Cooking Methods on Total ...

Apr 01, 2002  Spinach (Spinacia oleracia) and amaranth (Amaranthus tricolor) leaves were stored in polyethylene bags and without packing for 24 and 48 hours in a refrigerator at 5°C and 30°C in polyethylene bags...

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CHAPTER 1. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES: AN OVERVIEW ON

1.8 Alternative processing methods for fruits and vegetables in rural areas. A variety of alternative methods to preserve fruits and vegetables can be used in rural areas, such as fermentation, sun drying, osmotic dehydration, and refrigeration.

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u t r it o n F Journal of Nutrition Food Sciences

Figure 1: Effect of processing methods on cyanide content in Corchorus oli-torius. Bars carrying the same letter are not significantly different (p > 0.05). 3107.37 c 257.25 a 187.03 a 433.29 a 371.29 a 1135.29 b 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 Fresh sample 5 minutes decoction 10 minutes decoction Leaves boiled for 5 minutes Leaves boiled ...

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Effects of food processing methods on migration of heavy ...

Nov 04, 2019  Heavy metals including Lead (Pb), Cadmium (Cd), Arsenic (As) and Aluminium (Al) were analysed in oilseeds, noodles, tea leaves and their processed or cooked products to study the effects of food processing methods on migration of heavy metals. The heavy metals were determined with ICP-MS and ICP-OES following microwave-assisted acid digestion.

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Factors affecting of fruits, vegetables and its quality

Factors, affecting, Fruits, Vegetables and Quality Introduction Not all varieties of fruits and vegetables are satisfactory for processing. There are many factors quality is desirable for most processing methods, the composition of fruit in relation to flavors, texture,

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Plant food anti-nutritional factors and their reduction ...

Mar 06, 2020  By using various methods alone or in combinations, it is possible to reduce the level of anti-nutrients in foods. This review is focused on different types of anti-nutrients, and possible processing methods that can be used to reduce the level of these factors in food products.

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Dirt Poor: Have Fruits and Vegetables Become Less ...

Apr 27, 2011  Dirt Poor: Have Fruits and Vegetables Become Less Nutritious? Because of soil depletion, crops grown decades ago were much richer in vitamins and minerals than the

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Phytate - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

These processing methods could reduce phytate to a certain extent, but also account for the loss of minerals and other nutrients. Taking into account the constraints of these methods and to maximize the nutritive value of a plant-based diet, it is requisite to catalyze the hydrolysis of undigestable phytate.

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Key Factors in Vegetable Production - Vegetable Resources ...

Key Factors in Vegetable Production. Success in vegetable production whether it is organic or not is greatly depended on a well thought out plant. Key factors that should be considered carefully during the planning stage of the farming operation are: site selection, water supply and quality, crop and variety selection, and, market development.

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Blanching - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Blanching is a process to scald foods in hot water, and the process consists of three stages - preheating, blanching, and cooling. Blanching is usually considered a pre-heat treatment before drying, freezing, or canning. Blanching is usually conducted for fruits and vegetables for the purpose of removing the peel, modifying texture, and inactivating enzymes.

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Processed Food: What Is the Purpose of Food Processing ...

Mar 20, 2017  Food processing is any method used to turn fresh foods into food products. 1 This can involve one or a combination of various processes including washing, chopping, pasteurising, freezing, fermenting, packaging, cooking and many more. 2 Food processing also includes adding ingredients to food, for example to extend shelf life. 3, 4.

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Effects of different methods of cooking on mineral and ...

Nov 24, 2018  The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of cooking on the content of minerals and vitamins yellow fin seabream fillets on the baking process. In this study fillets of yellow fin seabream (Acanthopagrus latus) with three methods include steaming, frying and grilling the (grill a) the amount of vitamins (a and E) and minerals (iron, phosphorus, copper, zinc, calcium, magnesium ...

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Effects of food processing methods on migration of heavy ...

Nov 04, 2019  Heavy metals including Lead (Pb), Cadmium (Cd), Arsenic (As) and Aluminium (Al) were analysed in oilseeds, noodles, tea leaves and their processed or cooked products to study the effects of food processing methods on migration of heavy metals. The heavy metals were determined with ICP-MS and ICP-OES following microwave-assisted acid digestion.

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Chapter 5 - Processing of Roots and Tubers

Chapter 5 - Processing of Roots and Tubers. 5.1 Processing Of Cassava. 5.2 Processing of other Root and Tuber Crops. Chapters 2 and 3 discussed the high moisture content characteristic of roots and tubers which makes them difficult to store for any length of time. Also they are bulky and difficult to handle and transport to distant markets.

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CHAPTER 1. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES: AN OVERVIEW ON

1.8 Alternative processing methods for fruits and vegetables in rural areas. A variety of alternative methods to preserve fruits and vegetables can be used in rural areas, such as fermentation, sun drying, osmotic dehydration, and refrigeration.

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Industrial Food Processing Waste Analyses

National sources of waste generation data were sought for the targeted food processing sectors. We identified national level waste generation data for fruits, vegetables, and meat and limited waste generation data and information for the brewery and dairy sectors. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Economic Research Service (ERS) developed a

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Whole Grains The Nutrition Source Harvard T.H. Chan ...

Phytochemicals and essential minerals such as magnesium, selenium and copper found in whole grains may protect against some cancers. The invention of industrialized roller mills in the late 19th century changed the way we process grains. Milling strips away the bran and germ and leaves only the soft, easy-to-digest endosperm.

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High-Pressure Processing in Food - Biointerface Research

the shelf-life well as eliminating the level of the microorganism. HPP is an environmentally friendly technology that helps to decrease energy consumption. It can be used in nearly all food industries, from milk to meat, as a novel preserving method. This article reviews the effects of this innovative processing technology on food quality.

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The importance of mineral elements for humans, domestic ...

The mineral elements are separate entities from the other essential nutrients like proteins, fats, carbohy-drates, and vitamins. Animal husbandry had demon-strated the need for minerals in the diet (Hegsted et al., 1976). In this century, biological assay methods clarified the significance and importance of mineral

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An overview of health-promoting compounds of broccoli ...

Nov 21, 2012  The effect of processing on selenium compounds has been poorly studied so far, and therefore this topic should be investigated in the future. Finally, the effect of operating conditions in different drying processes on the content of bioactive compounds in broccoli should be investigated in

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Does Cooking Vegetables Decrease the Level of Vitamin K ...

Dec 17, 2018  Cooking Vegetables. Because vitamin K isn’t susceptible to losses during cooking, the high heat required to boil vegetables won’t decrease levels. However, many vegetables with vitamin K also contain water-soluble vitamins. For instance, 1 cup of chopped kale has 80 milligrams of vitamin C and 21 milligrams of folate, while a cup of chopped ...

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What are some of the best vegetables to juice?

Sep 12, 2021  Many vegetables, such as kale, carrots, and spinach, are a rich source of vitamins and minerals which a person can consume in the form of juices. However, a

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Water Quality for Crop Production Center for Agriculture ...

Water Quality for Crop Production Irrigation water quality is a critical aspect of greenhouse crop production. There are many factors which determine water quality. Among the most important are alkalinity, pH and soluble salts. But there are several other factors to consider, such as whether hard water salts such as calcium and magnesium or heavy metals that can clog

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