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Extraction of bioactive polyphenols from grape marc by a matrix solid-phase dispersion method
(Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Servizo de Publicacións e Intercambio Científico, 2012)
A matrix solid-phase dispersion process to extract polyphenols from grape marc, a winemaking byproduct, has been optimized by Response Surface Methodology. The dependent variables evaluated were the total polyphenols ...
Peel of traditional apple varieties as a great source of bioactive compounds: extraction by micro-matrix solid-phase dispersion
Micro matrix solid phase dispersion (micro-MSPD) was optimized by response surface methodology for the extraction of polyphenols from the peel of twelve traditional and eight commercial apple varieties grown in Croatia. ...
Characterization of polyphenolic compounds extracted from different varieties of almond hulls (prunus dulcis L.)
Ultrasound-assisted extraction (UAE) was applied as a pretreatment technique to improve the recovery of polyphenols from the almond hulls of four Tunisian and three Italian almond varieties, followed by the characterization ...
Effects of particle size and extraction methods on cocoa bean shell functional beverage
One of the main by-products in cocoa industry is the cocoa bean shell (CBS), which represents approximately 12–20% of the bean. This product has been suggested as a food ingredient because of its aroma and high dietary ...
Polyphenolic and Methylxanthine Bioaccessibility of Cocoa Bean Shell Functional Biscuits: Metabolomics Approach and Intestinal Permeability through Caco-2 Cell Models
Cocoa bean shell (CBS), a by-product with considerable concentrations of bioactive compounds and proven biofunctional potential, has been demonstrated to be a suitable ingredient for high-fiber functional biscuits adapted ...
Phenolic Profile of Fruit Industry Byproducts Determined by LC–DAD–MS/MS
The bioconversion of fruit by-products into new functional and clean label ingredients/additives represents a sustainable approach with great potential for application in the food sector
Protective Effect of Cocoa Bean Shell against Intestinal Damage: An Example of Byproduct Valorization
Background: Cocoa bean shell (CBS), a main byproduct of cocoa processing, represents a source of components such as polyphenols and methylxanthines, which have been associated with a reduced risk of several diseases. ...
Evaluating the presence and contents of phytochemicals in honey samples: phenolic compounds as indicators to identify their botanical origin
Honey is a natural product well known for its beneficial properties. It contains phytochemicals, a wide class of nutraceuticals found in plants, including compounds with highly demonstrated antimicrobial and antioxidant ...
Development of active films utilizing antioxidant compounds obtained from tomato and lemon by-products for use in food packaging
This study focused on the recovery of antioxidant compounds from lemon and tomato by-products for use as natural additives in the development of active food packaging formulated using three different polymeric matrices ...
Multicomponent bioactive extract from red stage Haematococcus pluvialis wet paste: avoiding the drying step and toxic solvents
This study provides an efficient alternative by extracting bioactive compounds from Haematococcus pluvialis via matrix solid-phase dispersion (MSPD) from its wet form, reducing one of the process steps with the greatest ...