Nutrition & Food Science: Volume 51 Issue 3


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Glycemic response of Emblica officinalis powder-incorporated Indian recipes

Shonima Venugopal, Uma Iyer, Richa Sanghvi

Glycemic index (GI) is a physiological basis for ranking carbohydrate foods based on the blood glucose responses they produce after ingestion. Emblica officinalis (E. officinalis

Probiotic oats milk drink with microencapsulated Lactobacillus plantarum – an alternative to dairy products

Sangami Ravindran, RadhaiSri S.

Interest in probiotic food products has constantly increased due to the awareness on importance of gut microbiome; an increasing demand has encouraged the development of other…

Assessment of dietary selenium intake of Jordanian adults in Madaba: a cross sectional study

Fadwa Hammouh, Sima Zein, Rula Amr, Hadeel Ghazzawi, Dina Muharib, Dalya Al Saad, Hadil Subih

The purpose of this paper aims to assess the intake of dietary selenium among Jordanian adults in Madaba Governorate.

Collective effect of rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) and betel (Piper betel) leaves extract on chicken powder incorporated fried chicken vermicelli

Ashish Saini, Anurag Pandey, Sanjita Sharma, Umesh Shaligram Suradkar, Yellamelli Ramji Ambedkar, Priyanka Meena, Asman Singh Gurjar

The purpose of this study is to develop chicken powder (CP) incorporated fried chicken vermicelli and to evaluate the collective effect of rosemary and betel leaf extracts (RE+BE…

How does nutrition education contribute to the consumers’ use and attitudes towards food labels?

Aylin Ayaz, Damla Dedebayraktar, Elif Inan-Eroglu, Halit Tanju Besler, Zehra Buyuktuncer

This study aims to determine the effects of nutrition knowledge on the use of nutrition facts labels in emerging adults by defining the nutrition education status.

Antenatal care attendance and maternal knowledge on child feeding predict haemoglobin level of pre-school children in Wa Municipality of Ghana

Martin Nyaaba Adokiya, Andrews T.K. Langu, Zakari Ali

The purpose of this paper is to identify locally relevant factors that predict low haemoglobin (Hb < 11.0g/dl) level of pre-school children (6–23 months) in an impoverished area…

Dietary sodium intake in relation to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease risk: a case-control study

Hadi Emamat, Hossein Farhadnejad, Mina Movahedian, Hadith Tangestani, Parvin Mirmiran, Azita Hekmatdoost

Data on relationship between dietary intake of sodium and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) risk are scarce. This paper aims to find the possible association between…

Concentration of iodine in iodized salt and estimation in school meals in a region of northeast Brazil

Raylane Oliveira Souza, Ana Beatriz Moura Santos, Fabiana Melo Soares, Fabrine Texeira Santos, Rafael Ciro Marques Cavalcante, Bárbara Melo Santos do Nascimento, Vivianne de Sousa Rocha

Improper levels or excess of iodine may present a greater risk to health, for this reason, this paper aims to assess the iodine content present in salt and estimate the iodine…

Comparison of commonly used dietary assessment methods in individuals without obesity

Busra Baspinar, Ayşe Özfer Özçelik

This study aims to compare commonly used dietary assessment methods in non-obese young adults.

Considerations for development of low-cost supplementary foods for lactating women in India – a review

Sandeep Kaur, Vikas Kumar, Satish Kumar, Sheenam Suri, Jaspreet Kaur

Malnutrition is a serious public health problem, which occurs because of an inadequate supply of nutrients and therefore affects many children and women (especially pregnant and…

Development of a cereal-based product using residual Moringa oleifera Lam. seed powder biomass and pseudo-plastic behavior of the dough mixtures

Renata D. Paz, Andrea C. Landázuri, María Gabriela Vernaza

The purpose of this paper was to promote the use of residual moringa seed powder (RMSP) for the enhancement of cereal-based products. RMSP is usually discarded after seed-oil…

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