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List of antioxidants proposed for the preservation of edible fats

United States. Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry

List of antioxidants proposed for the preservation of edible fats

(with a selected bibliography of papers and patents)

by United States. Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry in New Orleans, La .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antioxidants,
  • Oils and fats

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 5-8.

    SeriesAIC -- 54., AIC -- 54.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25582026M
    OCLC/WorldCa826712265

    This book is intended for food scientists and technologists who use oils and fats in food formulations, as well as chemists and technologists working in edible oils and fats processing. Fats and Oils Richard D. O'Brien — Technology & Engineering. Edible Fats and Oils. Journal of Food Science and Nutrition Research 2 (): Abstract There is a lipid oxidation problem in edible oils and fats due to the fact that they are continuously exposed to various storage conditions or overheating. Therefore, investigation of the stabilization of edible oil products is an area.

    ANTIOXIDANTS: Substances which inhibit the oxidation of fats and oils. They are added to fats and oils or fat- They are added to fats and oils or fat- containing products to provide greater stability and longer shelf-life by delaying the onset of oxidative rancidity. Preface 1 Antioxidants: principles and applications Part I Types of antioxidant for food preservation 2 Carotenes and xanthophylls as antioxidants 3 Synthetic phenolics as antioxidants for food preservation 4 Metal chelators as antioxidants for food preservation 5 Amino acids, peptides and proteins as antioxidants for food preservation 6 Tocopherols and tocotrienols as antioxidants for .

    Antioxidants for edible fats and oils. Rancidity, and Flavor Reversion of Fats and Oils at the Fall Convention of the American Oil Chemists Society, Chicago, Oct., Industrial Fellow, Cotton Research Foundation Fellowship. Rights and permissions. Reprints and Permissions. An important quality parameter of edible oils and fats is the fatty acid profile (C, C, C etc.), since it is a measure of the amounts of individual fatty acids in an oil or fat. Coconut oil has a substantially different fatty acid profile compared to a sunflower oil. The relation of High quality edible oils are a healthy addition.


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List of antioxidants proposed for the preservation of edible fats by United States. Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry Download PDF EPUB FB2

Edible vegetable oils contain natural antioxidants, such as vitamin E, for preventing oxidation of the triacylglycerol unsaturated fatty acids.

Vitamin E is composed of α- β- γ- and δ-tocopherols (Toc).Cited by: 5. Use of natural antioxidants in edible oils. In recent years, phenolic compounds of plant origin have attracted considerable attention due to their beneficial functional and nutritional effects including antioxidant and antimicrobial activity (Bubonja-Sonje et al.

).During the past two decades, a lot of researches about the use of natural plant extracts with antioxidant activities in Cited by: 6-Hydroxy-2,5,7,8-tetramethylchromancarboxylic acid in thin layer tests in vegetable oils and animal fats has two-four times the antioxidant activity of butylated hydroxytoluene and butylated.

Abstract. This chapter focuses on the role of amino acids and peptides as antioxidants in foods. In the first part, amino acids are discussed, focusing on the effect of molecular structure on their antioxidant effects as evaluated using in vitro or model food systems.

The second part focuses on protein fragments (peptides) generated from enzymatic hydrolysis of food proteins. Various vegetable flours, obtainable in China, were tested as antioxidants in the treatment and preservation of edible oils.

Their values were assessed according to the amount of aldehydes produced over definite periods. Mung bean flour, pea flour and wheat bran were most effective, followed by broad bean flour, lotus flour and taro flour.-J. : D. Jung. preservation of fats and fatty foods, B.H.A* has been shown to be an effective antioxidant for lard, com and groundnut oils and possesses very good carry over properties* With synthetic antioxidants like B.H.A.

and B.H.T* or compounds like N.D.G.A. obtained from non-edible sources, the question of toxicity is an important one. Some.

Purchase Handbook of Antioxidants for Food Preservation - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  Thermogravimetric analysis was used to determine the oxidative stability of various edible oils (olive oil, milkfat) and triacylglycerides (triolein, trilinolein), while the effect of natural (α-tocopherol, ascorbic acid) and synthetic antioxidants (butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT), butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA), and tertiary butyl hydroquinone were evaluated by addition to trilinolein.

Tert-butylhydroquinone (E) is a general-purpose antioxidant used in many applications. Its strength increases with a higher degree of unsaturation, making it widely used in vegetable oils.

Other applications are margarine, fish oil, fried foods, essential oils, nuts, edible animal fats. Synthetic antioxidants: BHA (E) and BHT (E): These compounds are two phenolic antioxidants, capable of stabilising free radicals by isolating them and preventing chain reactions.

Both antioxidants are effective in animal fats, however, they are less effective in vegetable fats. of antioxidants in foods as well as their regulatory status are discussed. SYNTHETIC ANTIOXIDANTS Although the use of antioxidants dates back to ancient times when herbs and spices were used in food preservation, modern antioxidant technology is only about 60 years old.

Since free radicals were found to be responsible for lipid oxidation. This is a list of antioxidants naturally occurring in food. Vitamin C and vitamin E – which are ubiquitous among raw plant foods – are confirmed as dietary antioxidants, whereas vitamin A becomes an antioxidant following metabolism of provitamin A beta-carotene and cryptoxanthin.

Antioxidants are an increasingly important ingredient in food processing. Their traditional role is, as their name suggests, in inhibiting the development of oxidative rancidity in fat-based foods, particularly meat and dairy products and fried foods. However, more recent research has suggested a new role in inhibiting cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Determination of antioxidants in edible fats. Procedures are described for the estimation of butylated hydroxytoluene, butylated hydroxyanisole, propyl gallate and nordihydroguaiaretic acid and combinations of them, except those with both propyl gallate and nordihydroguaiaretic acid.-H.

Bray. Cookies on CAB Direct. FOOD FATS AND OILS Institute of Shortening and Edible Oils New York Avenue, NW, Suite Washington, DC Phone Fax Fats and oils and any food containing them are more prone to oxidation.

SO these must have antioxidant foods to prevent oxidation. The list of foods where antioxidants are added is vegetable oil, animal fat, meat, fish, poultry, baked products, potato products, margarine, salad dressing etc. Popular Antioxidant Foods. Determination of 2,6-Di-tert-butyl-p-cresol on Antioxidant-Treated Paperboard.

Analytical Chemistry30 (12), DOI: /aca Antioxidant releasing packaging is a type of food preservation system, in which an antioxidant or a mixture of antioxidants is incorporated into the package instead of adding high levels of.

several edible oils and fats against oxidation. Quality of the fat-containing food product might be monitored by the proposed methods produced from the relevant tests. However, it is not a good way to state which is the best method after mentioning the advantages and disadvantages of these measurement methods.

ABSTRACT: Antioxidants delay or inhibit lipid oxidation at low concentration. Tocopherols, ascorbic acid, carotenoids, flavonoids, amino acids, phospholipids, and sterols are natural antioxidants in foods.

Antioxidants inhibit the oxidation of foods by scavenging free radicals, chelating prooxidative metals, quenching singlet oxygen and photosensitizers, and inactivating lipoxygenase. natural antioxidants. Due to natural antioxidant components, spices and herbs are great sources of antioxidants for food preservation.

Therefore, use of spices and herbs present a better choice than synthetic antioxidants, which has become popular and is widely accepted by consumers. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied.Lipid oxidation in food leads to rancidity, which compromises the sensory properties of food and makes it unappealing to consumers.

The growing trend towards natural additives and preservatives means that new antioxidants are emerging for use in foods. This book provides an overview of the food antioxidants currently available and their applications in different food products.

Part one.Some examples of potent natural antioxidants and their sources include: tocopherols (nuts and seeds), ascorbic and citric acids (citrus fruits), carotenoids (fruits and vegetables) and phenolic compounds (herbs and spices, grape seeds).

Plant phenolic extracts are often used in preservation of seafood, meat, fats and oils.