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Food and Nutraceuticals Phenolics Handbook
from C.H.I.P.S.

Phenolics in Food
and Nutraceuticals

by Fereidoon Shahidi
and Marian Naczk


Features:

  • Provides detailed descriptions of phenolics from fruits, vegetables, grains, seeds and nuts, oils, herbal products and nutraceuticals, spices, and beverages
  • Includes classification and structures of food phenolics
  • Describes the phenolic compounds of spices, herbs and flavorants, including pepper, rosemary, cinnamon, and turmeric
  • Discusses the nutraceutical and functional applications of food phenolics, such as antimicrobial, antiviral, and anticarcinogenic effects

Phenolics in Food and Nutraceuticals is the first single-source compendium of essential information concerning food phenolics.

  • Reports the classification and nomenclature of phenolics, their occurrence in food and nutraceuticals, chemistry and applications, and nutritional and health effects

  • Describes antioxidant activity of phenolics in food and nutraceuticals as well as methods for analysis and quantification

Contents

  1. Biosynthesis and Nomenclature of Phenolics in Food and Nutraceuticals
  2. Phenolic Compounds in Cereals, Legumes and Nuts
  3. Phenolic Compounds of Major Oilseeds and Plant Oils
  4. Phenolic Compounds in Fruits and Vegetables
  5. Phenolic Compounds of Beverages
  6. Phenolics in Herbal and Nutraceutical Products
  7. Nutritional and Pharmacological Effects of Food Phenolics
  8. Antioxidant Properties of Food Phenolics
  9. Contribution of Phenolic Compounds to the Flavor and Color Characteristics of Foods
  10. Methods of Analysis and Quantification of Phenolic Compounds

Index

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