effects of drying on the antioxidant properties

EFFECTS OF DRYING AND EXTRACTION METHODS ON

2018-12-16EFFECTS OF DRYING AND EXTRACTION METHODS ON ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF HORSEMINT (Mentha longifolia L ) SUMMARY Mentha longifoliahas the widest natural geographic distribution of any menthe species from Western Europe to central Asia and in southern Africa The current study was conducted to determine the antioxidant capacity of extracts and

Effects of Freeze Vacuum Drying Combined with Hot

In this study freeze vacuum drying (FVD) hot air drying (AD) and FVD combined with AD (FVD-AD) were used to dry kiwifruits Dried products were analyzed comprehensively on their sensory quality active components moisture mobility odors and microstructure Results showed that the FVD-AD saved time by 38 22% compared with FVD while maintaining an acceptable product quality

Effect of different drying methods on the physicochemical

2018-8-8The effects of three different drying methods such as air dried hot air dried (55 C 65 C 75 C) and freeze dried on the physicochemical and antioxidant properties of mulberry leaves polysaccharides were studied using gas chromatography high performance

Effect of oven drying on the functional and nutritional

The effect of oven drying on the functional and nutritional properties of whole egg and its components viz emulsification capacity and stability foam capacity and stability water and oil adsorption capacity coagulation temperatures solubility and nutritional

Chapter 6: Effects of green tea on antioxidant properties

2015-12-2Chapter 6: Effects of green tea on antioxidant properties of yogurt during storage 135 Ozden Vardin Turkoglu 2011) and aromatic plants (Amirdivani Baba 2011) The inclusion of these plants-based additives naturally rich in phenolic compounds antioxidants and organic acids into yogurt may benefit the fermentation process storage

Effects of different drying methods on the antioxidant

2009-3-1Effects of five different drying methods on the antioxidant properties (AOP) of leaves of Alpinia zerumbet Etlingera elatior Curcuma longa and Kaempferia galanga were assessed All methods of thermal drying (microwave- oven- and sun-drying) resulted in drastic declines in total phenolic content (TPC) ascorbic acid equivalent antioxidant capacity (AEAC) and ferric-reducing power (FRP

Effect of drying procedures on the physicochemical

2017-11-27Drying effects on the antioxidant properties of polysaccharides obtained from Agaricus blazei Murrill Wu S Li F Jia S Ren H Gong G Wang Y Lv Z Liu Y Carbohydr Polym 103:414-417 25 Dec 2013 Cited by: 7 articles | PMID: 24528748

Effects of Spray Drying Conditions on the Stability and

Read Effects of Spray Drying Conditions on the Stability and Antioxidant Properties of Spray-Dried Soluble Mat International Journal of Food Engineering on DeepDyve the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips

Effects of Different Drying Methods and Extraction

This work studies the effect of four drying methods microwave- oven- freeze-and sun-drying on the parameters of antioxidant properties for Shiitake (Lentinus edodes): total phenolic content total antioxidant capacity and DPPH scavenging activity Freeze-drying Shiitake showed the highest activities in above three parameters

EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DRYING METHODS ON THE

2016-9-14the highest antioxidant activity as exhibited by ORAC and DPPH results 350 27 and 278 8 mol TE/g db respectively Drum drying of pomace at 140 C reduced activity to 158 06 and 216 45 mol TE/g db by ORAC and DPPH assays respectively Cabinet drying of pomace resulted in lower antioxidant values as drying temperature increased

Effects of Different Drying Methods on the Content and

Objective: To compare the effects of hot-air drying vacuum drying and vacuum freeze drying on total polyphenol content in banana slices and its antioxidant activity Methods: Banana slices were dried by hot-air drying vacuum drying and vacuum freeze drying

Antioxidant activity ascorbic acid phenolic compounds

2018-6-51 Antioxidant activity ascorbic acid phenolic compounds and sugars of wild and commercial Tuberaria lignosa samples: effects of drying and oral preparation methods JOS PINELA 1 LILLIAN BARROS1 2 MONTSERRAT DUEAS2 ANA MARIA CARVALHO1 CELESTINO SANTOS-BUELGA 2 AND ISABEL C F R FERREIRA 1* 1CIMO/Escola Superior Agrria Instituto Politcnico de

Drying method effects on the antioxidant activity of

DRYING METHOD EFFECTS ON THE ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF QUINCE (CYDONIA OBLONGA MILLER) TEA Hamid Reza Gheisari Khadijeh H Abhari Department of Food Hygiene School of Veterinary Medicine Shiraz University 71345-1731 Shiraz Iran ABSTRACT Background Quince has many health benefits Dried quince has been used as a tea for centuries

Effects of drying conditions on physicochemical and

2018-6-6Effects of drying conditions on physicochemical and antioxidant properties of banana (Musa cavendish) peels Hang T Vu School of Environmental and Life Sciences University of Newcastle Sydney Australia Faculty of Food Science and Technology Vietnam National University of Agriculture Hanoi Vietnam Correspondence thihang vuuon edu au

Drying effects on the antioxidant properties of

2015-4-15This study investigates the effects of some drying processes (sun drying oven drying vacuum oven drying and freeze drying) on the phenolic amount antioxidant capacity thiol concentration and AA content of tomatoes and ginger that are commonly used and have a very high antioxidant and nutritional value 2 Materials and methods 2 1

Effects of spray drying conditions on the

2010-6-1However spray drying of this material has not been successful and malto dextrin is considered as a suitable drying aid to preserve its colour and antioxidant properties This paper reports the effects of inlet drying air temperature (120 140 160 180 and 200 C) and maltodextrin addition (10% 20% and 30%) on the physicochemical and

Effects of Different Drying Method on Bioactivity of

Effects of drying methods on the antioxidant activities of polysaccharides extracted from Ganoderma lucidum Carbohydrate Polymers 87: 1849 1854 P V Hung and T L Duy (2012) Effects of drying methods on bioactive compounds of vegetables and correlation between

Effects of Drying Processes on the Antioxidant

2010-10-1The effects of different drying methods (hot-air drying microwave drying and vacuum-freeze drying) on the antioxidant activity and antioxidants in sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas L Lam ) tubers were investigated to determine the potential drying process Sweet potato tubers were cut into 5 mm thick slices steamed at 100C for 10 min then dried in either hotair microwave or vacuum-freeze

Effects of Freeze Vacuum Drying Combined with Hot

In this study freeze vacuum drying (FVD) hot air drying (AD) and FVD combined with AD (FVD-AD) were used to dry kiwifruits Dried products were analyzed comprehensively on their sensory quality active components moisture mobility odors and microstructure Results showed that the FVD-AD saved time by 38 22% compared with FVD while maintaining an acceptable product quality

Effects of spray drying conditions on the

Gac fruit aril has an attractive orange red colour and very high level of carotenoids giving it exceptional antioxidant properties However spray drying of this material has not been successful and maltodextrin is considered as a suitable drying aid to preserve its colour and antioxidant properties This paper reports the effects of inlet drying air temperature (120 140 160 180 and 200C)

Drying Effects on the Antioxidant Properties of

In this study the effects of four different drying processes sun drying (SD) oven drying (OD) vacuum oven drying (VOD) and freeze drying (FD) for tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum) and ginger (Zingiber officinale) in terms of thiolic and phenolic contents have been studied Thiol content total phenolic content (TPC) ascorbic acid (AA) content and cupric ion reducing antioxidant capacity

Effects of Spray Drying Conditions on Characteristics

2015-7-27(87 92%) and antioxidant activity (2998 33g Trolox equivalents/g powder) compared to those of 20% and 30% maltodextrin addition Therefore the suitable condition for Gac fruit aril powder was spray drying at the specified inlet temperature of 170 C with 10% (w/w) maltodextrin addition Keywords: antioxidant Gac lycopene spray drying 1

Effects of drying methods on contents of bioactive

Effects of drying methods on contents of bioactive compounds properties for thousands of years in Asia Today antioxidant effects have become valuable for their ability to remove reactive oxygen species which oxidize lipids DNA membranes and proteins and are involved in

Effect of Spray

The use of enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction to extract soybean oil will produce soy protein hydrolysates (SPH) that have good antioxidant properties but are bitter and hygroscopic To microencapsulate these hydrolysates soy protein isolate/maltodextrin mixtures were used as the carrier The effects of spray-drying and freeze-drying on the bitterness hygroscopicity and antioxidant