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effect of certain dietary fats on the flavor and composition of chicken meat.

Abdalla Said Biala

effect of certain dietary fats on the flavor and composition of chicken meat.

by Abdalla Said Biala

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poultry -- Feeding and feeds.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 49 l.
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16740920M

    Meat, Poultry and Game forms a major update to The Composition of Foods 5th Edition, providing new and extensive nutritional composition data for foods in this significant food group. It provides new information on both raw and cooked meats, including lamb, pork, beef, veal, chicken, turkey, duck, grouse, goose, pheasant, pigeon, hare Format: Paperback.   There are many different types of meat, and all have been part of the human diet for thousands of years. Generally speaking, meat offers excellent nutritional value and provides a good range of essential nutrients. This article reviews the nutritional profile, potential benefits, and concerns of twelve common varieties of meat.

    To be precise, if you consume 86 grams of dark meat, then conversely you would be absorbing calories together with 8 grams of fat. Not to forget the 2 grams of saturated fats that you would be consuming. Vitamins in chicken meat. Chicken can be termed to be a prime source of two classes of vitamins i.e. Vitamin B3 and B6. A healthy diet should consist of roughly one to four times more omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3 fatty acids. The typical American diet tends to contain 11 to 30 times more omega -6 fatty acids than omega -3, a phenomenon that has been hypothesized as a significant factor in the rising rate of inflammatory disorders in the United States[].Table 2 shows significant differences in nn .

    Omega-3 (ω-3) and omega-6 (ω-6) fatty acids are important components of cell membranes. They are essential for health and normal physiological functioning of humans. Not all fatty acids can be produced endogenously owing to the absence of certain desaturases; however, they are required in a ratio that is not naturally achieved by the standard diet of industrialized by: 3. Influence of the Dietary Polyunsaturation Level on Chicken Meat Quality: Lipid Oxidation L. Cortinas,* A. Barroeta,*,1 C. Villaverde,* J. Galobart,* F. Guardiola,† and M. D. Baucells* *Department of Animal and Food Science, Facultat de Veterina`ria, Universitat Auto`noma de Barcelona, E Bellaterra.


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Effect of certain dietary fats on the flavor and composition of chicken meat by Abdalla Said Biala Download PDF EPUB FB2

Earlier studies showed clear correlations between dietary fatty acid composition and the fatty acid composition of chicken meat [1,4,13,40].

Previous studies reported that fatty acid composition. Then, the same chicken meat samples were stored for 1 and 7 days at 4 °C allowing the contact with atmospheric oxygen to stimulate the increase in the oxidation reactions and, then, to evaluate the redox stability of the different samples in each storage period.

Results and discussion Effect of hop β-acids on the metabolic profile of meatCited by: 1. All six meat cuts averaged % fat, with the regular filet having the most and the inside and outside drums the least.

Cholesterol concentration of. Introduction. Meat is a concentrated nutrient source, previously considered essential to optimal human growth and development (Higgs, ).Although some epidemiological data has revealed a possible association between its consumption and increased risk of several forms of cancer, cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, meat consumption has been important in human Cited by:   Roasted meat.

Chicken meat is particularly susceptible to lipid oxidation as it has a high proportion of unsaturated fatty acids, and the formation of COP during storage or s to vary depending on the part of the chicken and the Cited by: Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Meat Sci. Jul;70(3) doi: /i Meat fats in nutrition.

Valsta LM(1), Tapanainen H, Männistö S. Author information: (1)The National Public Health Institute, MannerheimintieFI Helsinki, Finland. This article reviews the fat content and fatty acid composition of meats in the human diet and discusses nutritional facts related to Cited by: Meat is animal flesh that is eaten as food.

Humans have hunted and killed animals for meat since prehistoric times. The advent of civilization allowed the domestication of animals such as chickens, sheep, rabbits, pigs and cattle.

This eventually led to their use in meat production on an industrial scale with the aid of slaughterhouses.

Meat is mainly composed of water, protein. conducted in broiler chickens to determine the effect of dietary polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) and the influence of time of feeding on bird performance, tissue lipid status, immune responses and expression of cyclooxygenase 2 (COX-2) upon challenge.

The potential effects on blood lipids are that they riase total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, and may lower HDL cholesterol. In the body, man-made trans fats act like saturated fats and tend to raise blood cholesterol levels.

Make takeaway an occasional treat and opt for meals lower in ‘bad fats’ such as – grilled burgers, souvlaki, pizzas with less meat and cheese, and grilled and skinless chicken.

Hint: try to steer clear of hot chips – a large serve contains around 50 g of saturated fat, (well above the recommended daily intake of 20 g). Moreover, chicken meat is prone to the development of off-flavours through lipid oxidation, which reduce the quality of the chicken meat.

The aim of this review is to discuss the main factors affecting cooked chicken meat flavour which helps producers and consumers to produce the most flavoured and consistent product possible.

The objective of the study was to present information about the chemical composition, the fatty acids profile, and cholesterol content of chicken meat in order to investigate the impact of chicken meat consumption on cardiovascular risk in the general population.

A total of 48 6-wk-old broiler chickens broilers from two farms in June to November ofand Cited by: Effect of dietary lipid sources on lipid oxidation of broiler meat pork (Buckley & Connolly, ), beef (Raharjo et al., ) and chicken meat (Pikul et al., ).

The only TBARS standard found in literature was for raw pork. In terms of a rancid taste for raw pork, Buckley 3 fatty acids in poultry meat by dietary intervention to. Fat Composition Analysis. Available data suggests that g of chicken fat contains: % of monounsaturated fat, % of polyunsaturated fat, and % of saturated fat out of a total lipid of g.

The amount of trans fat is not available. It contains 85 mg of cholesterol. Precursors of meat flavor. Earlier studies on meat flavor, researchers recognized that the low molecular weight, water-soluble compounds and fats in meat constituents are the most important precursor of aroma flavor characteristics of cooked meat [28, 29].Cited by: Adipose tissues are affected by the dietary fat.

There is evi-dence that feeding with certain fatty acids will affect the levels of essential fatty acids in broiler meat [20]. Therefore chicken meat can be a source for these essential fatty acids for humans. However, when fat. The purpose of this book is to educate the readers on the role of dietary fats in poultry on: production aspects, health effects, growth and product quality.

In addition, the role of poultry food products in meeting the human requirement of much needed functional nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids is discussed.5/5(1). fats that we can see in our foods, these are things such as butter or margarine, cream, shortening, salad dressing, chicken skin, un-trimmed fat on meat Invisible fat fats that are hidden in foods such as the fats found in baked goods, regular-fat dairy products marbling in meat and fried foods.

This investigation evaluated, in broiler chickens Pectoralis and Gastrocnemius muscles, the effect of the dietary supplementation with sodium selenite ( ppm) versus selenomethionine ( ppm), on the fatty acids composition, lipids indices, and enzymes indexes for desaturase, elongase, and thioesterase.

The selenium reduced, in both muscles, the content of atherogenic fatty acids, Cited by: 6. The purpose of this book is to educate the readers on the role of dietary fats in poultry on: production aspects, health effects, growth and product quality.

In addition, the role of poultry food products in meeting the human requirement of much needed functional nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids is discussed/5(2).Meat and bone meal 13 Soybean meal 13 Copra meal as protein sources in broiler diets 14 Composition of copra meal 15 Recommendations of copra meal in broiler diets 15 Factors affecting utilization of copra meal by broilers 15 Feed technologies for improving utilization of copra meal by broilers 16File Size: KB.alterations occur in the composition of fatty acids.

Therefore, there is a great similarity between the dietary fat fed to birds and the body fat that is deposited. Triglycerides can be synthesized from the glucose resulting from the digestion of the carbohydrates. The composition of the fat synthesized through this route is characterized by an.