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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Role of different processing condition on the iron content of the crops

Author(s):
Sirivelu Bhavya Sree
Abstract:
Iron Deficiency is one of the most malnutrition concerns in India and African American countries. Adaptations of variations in Food intake an available nutrient at the system level, ensuring consistent nutrition for metabolic functions. Legumes and grains are high in macronutrients and micronutrients but they also include anti-nutritional agents Effect on Iron of Processing on Different Crops shows the increase and decreased effect on various nutritional and anti-nutritional properties-nutritional substances mix with nutrients and create lower nutrient bioavailability, which is a big concern. Other variables, such as trypsin inhibitors and phytates, found primarily in legumes and cereals, limit protein digestibility and mineral absorption. Anti-nutrients are one of the main reasons that limit the bioavailability of certain cereal and legumes components. Micronutrient deficiency and mineral deficiencies can be caused by several reasons.
Pages: 2089-2097  |  239 Views  65 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sirivelu Bhavya Sree. Role of different processing condition on the iron content of the crops. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 2089-2097.

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