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Coconut meal: Nutraceutical importance and food industry application

Аннотация
In tropical regions coconut is the tree of great significance: it provides millions of people with food, employment, and business opportunities. The fruit is referred to as ‘miracle fruit’ due to its inherent rich profile of macro- and micro-nutrients for human nutrition and health. Different products, such as coconut water, milk, raw kernels, oil and desiccated coconut are commercially processed. Coconut flour is a byproduct of coconut milk and oil industry which is made from coconut meal leftover after processing. Being a rich source of dietary fibre and protein, it has found numerous applications in different functional foods. Coconut flour can be successfully incorporated into various food products, such as bakery, extruded products, snacks, and sweets. It has antidiabetic and anticancer effects, prevents cardiovascular diseases, and improves immune function. Coconut flour is also gluten-free and its nutritional composition is quite comparable to that of wheat flour. Gluten-free food products enriched with coconut flour are a healthy and viable option for the people with celiac disease. In this paper, we summarised the present use of coconut flour. There is an apparent need to convert the food processing byproducts into functional ingredients in order to implement their environment-friendly and efficient utilisation.
Ключевые слова
Coconut flour , dietary fibres , celiac disease , functional food , anticancer , antidiabetic , pasta , bakery
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Как цитировать?
Coconut meal: Nutraceutical importance and food industry application. Foods and Raw Materials, 2019, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 419-427
DOI
http://doi.org/10.21603/2308-4057-2019-2-419-427
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2310-9599 (Online)
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