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- Zahradka, Peter, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Foods 2018 v.7 no.8
- beans; blood lipids; cardiovascular diseases; casseroles; clinical trials; commercialization; compliance; consumer acceptance; flavor; healthy eating habits; ingredients; motivation; odors; peas; risk factors; sensory evaluation; soups; texture
- ... Pulses are nutrient-rich ingredients used as interventions in clinical trials to determine their effect on lowering blood lipids, which are risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Acceptability of these foods is critical for compliance by participants in clinical trials as well as regular consumption by those eating them for their health benefit. Commercialisation of foods that prove positive for ...
- Zahradka, Peter, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Foods 2018 v.7 no.5
- blood glucose; blood sampling; boiling; chicken meat; chickens; consumer acceptance; freezing; glucose; glycemic effect; glycemic index; lentils; parsley; pies; potatoes; roasting; sensory properties; soups; spray drying; test meals; white bread
- ... The consumption of pulses is associated with many health benefits. This study assessed post-prandial blood glucose response (PPBG) and the acceptability of food items containing green lentils. In human trials we: (i) defined processing methods (boiling, pureeing, freezing, roasting, spray-drying) that preserve the PPBG-lowering feature of lentils; (ii) used an appropriate processing method to prep ...