Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Volume 77 by Jeya Henry

By Jeya Henry

Advances in foodstuff and foodstuff Research acknowledges the critical courting among the foodstuff and dietary sciences, bringing jointly amazing and complete stories that spotlight this dating. The booklet comprises contributions that aspect medical advancements within the extensive components of foodstuff technological know-how and food, delivering these in academia and with the most recent info on rising examine in those consistently evolving sciences.

  • Provides the newest, most vital details for nutrition scientists and nutritionists
  • Contains peer-reviewed articles through a panel of revered scientists
  • Recognized because the go-to sequence concerning advances in meals and foodstuff study when you consider that 1948

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John Harvey Kellogg, a physician working at the Battle Creek Sanitarium, and an advocate of vegetarianism, continued in Jackson’s footsteps. John H. Kellogg, together with his brother Will K. Kellogg, developed a series of RTE cereals based on corn, wheat and oats. Will Kellogg eventually founded the Kellogg Company and commercialized RTE breakfast cereals (Gitlin & Ellis, 2011). During the first half of the 20th century, there were important technological advances that allowed oats to take a central role in the RTE cereal category.

Today, the term “granola” is used to describe a RTE cereal based on rolled oats and other cereal flakes. A traditional process for making granola has been described by Bonner, Gould, and Milling (1975). The manufacturing process of granola starts by making a dry blend of cereal flakes, coconut, milk solids, edible nuts and other dehydrated fruit pieces. In addition, a slurry mixture composed of sugars and oils is prepared through mixing and heating. The slurry and the dry cereal blend are later combined into a heterogeneous wet mixture during an enrobing step.

2011). A critical component of effective management of diabetes is the regulation of postprandial blood glucose excursions. Persistent hyperglycemia (high circulating levels of blood glucose) associated with Type II diabetes could have long-term adverse consequences like kidney damage leading to kidney failure, microaneurysms in the retina leading to blindness, and blocking of capillaries in the extremities resulting in an inability to heal wounds and subsequent onset of gangrene. The management of Type II diabetes often requires insulin administration, which may sometimes result in hypoglycemia (a drop in blood glucose levels 38 Ravi Menon et al.

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