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Tanweer S

Tanweer S
Faculty of Food, Nutrition and Home Sciences,
Faisalabad, 38000

  • Research Article
    Phytochemical Profiling of Conventional and Supercritical Ginger Extract Based Baked Bars
    Author(s): Tanweer S, Shehzad A, Sadiq Butt M and Shahid MTanweer S, Shehzad A, Sadiq Butt M and Shahid M

    Contemporary, nutraceutics have attracted the consumers owing to their therapeutical potential aligned with metabolic arrays. In this ambiance, ginger is a famous herb that has the ability to mitigate various health related disorders due to its unique photochemistry with special reference to gingerol and shagoal. To evaluate the health boosting ability of ginger, product namely ginger bars were prepared by the addition of 3% ginger conventional nutraceutical (CSE) as well as 0.3% of supercritical nutraceutic (SFE). The product was observed for color tonality in the form of L*, a*, b*, Chroma and Hue. The antioxidant potential of ginger bars was assessed by different antioxidant tests i.e. TPC, DPPH, Antioxidant activity, FRAP, ABTS and metal chelating ranges from 67.45 ± 2.29 to 112.28 ± 3.81 mg GAE/100g for TPC, 8.28 ± 0.28 to 30.72 ± 1.05% for DPPH, 13.27.. View More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2157-7110.1000596

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