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Using Sensory Science to Evaluate Consumer Acceptance of Recipes in a Nutrition Education Intervention for Limited Resource Populations.

This study evaluated consumer acceptance of recipes in a nutrition education intervention and assessed participants' intentions to change dietary behaviors.


Impact of Acerola (Malpighia emarginata DC) Byproduct and Probiotic Strains on Technological and Sensory Features of Fermented Soy Beverages.

Ten probiotic cultures were screened for the ability to hydrolyze soy proteins and bile salt deconjugation (BSD) to select one lactobacilli and one bifidobacteria strain to produce fermented soy beverages (FSBs) containing acerola byproduct (ABP). Next, the effect of the strains and the ABP on the technological and sensory characteristics of these beverages was evaluated during refrigerated storage for up to 28 days. None of the tested strains presented any proteolytic activity against soy proteins. Among t...

The role of dietary fibers in the nutrition of the population.

Dietary fibers are the important components of the diet with functional properties. The importance of optimal intake of dietary fibers for saving health, gastrointestinal functions, prevention of metabolic disorders (overweight, obesity, hyperlipidemia), reducing the risk of cardiovascular and cancer diseases has been proved. The dose-dependent effect of dietary fibers, their quantitative and qualitative characteristics, as well as food sources in the structure of nutrition are discussed. Different approach...


The addition of golden flaxseed flour ( L.) in chicken burger: Effects on technological, sensory, and nutritional aspects.

Five different concentrations of golden flaxseed flour (0%: F0 (control), 5%: F1, 10%: F2, 15%: F3, 20%: F4) were used as a functional ingredient to replace the fat in chicken burgers. The products were analyzed for moisture, protein, carbohydrate, fat, ash, shear force, consumer acceptance, and their sensory and technological characteristics. The fat, carbohydrate, and protein contents of the raw hamburgers did not differ significantly. An increase in golden flaxseed flour concentration caused a decrease i...

Resistance of parvalbumin to gastrointestinal digestion is required for profound and long-lasting prophylactic oral tolerance.

Early introduction of food allergens into children's diet is considered as a strategy for the prevention of food allergy. The major fish allergen parvalbumin exhibits high stability against gastrointestinal digestion. We investigated, if resistance of carp parvalbumin to digestion affects oral tolerance induction.

Impact of Natural and Artificial Sweeteners Compounds in the Sensory Profile and Preference Drivers Applied to Traditional, Lactose-Free, and Vegan Frozen Desserts of Chocolate Flavor.

The study developed traditional and light chocolate-flavor frozen dessert formulations, aimed at the general public, lactose intolerants, and vegans, and evaluated influences on quantitative sensory profiles and consumer acceptance with the replacement of sucrose by sweeteners in low-calorie versions. Twelve samples with different matrices were studied, sweetened with sucrose, sucralose, and stevia. The ideal concentration of sucrose (9%: dairy samples and 15%: vegan samples) was determined by the JAR scale...

Part II. Influence of trans-resveratrol addition on the sensory properties of 'Blaufränkisch' red wine.

Trans-resveratrol was added to 'Blaufränkisch' red wine to determine the changes in total phenolics, total anthocyanins, and antioxidant potential. The results of this first investigation were presented in Part I; the results of the sensory analyses are included here, in Part II. Addition of increasing concentrations of trans-resveratrol to the 'Blaufränkisch' red wine improved the intensity of color by ∼7%. and also the stability of malvidin-3-glucoside. Surprisingly, these additions of trans-resveratr...

Chain length of dietary fatty acids determines gastrointestinal motility and visceromotor function in mice in a fatty acid binding protein 4-dependent manner.

We hypothesize that different types of dietary fatty acids (FAs) affect gastrointestinal (GI) motility and visceromotor function and that this effect can be regulated by the fatty acid binding protein 4 (FABP4).

The effect of the presence of seeds on the nutraceutical, sensory and rheological properties of Physalis spp. Fruits jam: A comparative analysis.

Four jams were made using two wild species of Physalis spp., two containing seeds (P1WS and P2WS) and two without seeds (P1WHS and P2WHS). Physicochemical, nutraceutical and rheological properties of the jams were determined and a sensory evaluation made. P1WS and P2WS jams had lower carbohydrates contents, reducing sugars and calories, and higher fiber contents than P1WHS and P2WHS. The presence of seeds in the jams increased phenols and flavonoids. However, the seedless jams had better sensory acceptance....

Short communication: Biogenic amine formation during fermentation in functional sheep milk yogurts.

The present study evaluated biogenic amine (BA) content during the fermentation period in functional sheep milk yogurts. Four treatments were prepared and assessed: natural (NSY), prebiotic (PreSY), probiotic (ProSY), and synbiotic (SynSY). Biogenic amines (putrescine, cadaverine, spermidine, spermine, and tyramine), proteolysis activity, and pH were measured during each hour of fermentation. Grumixama pulp was added to all formulations as a technological strategy and potential substrate for bacteria during...

Efficacy of dietary exogenous enzyme supplementation on growth performance, antioxidant activity, and digestive enzymes of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) fry.

Fishmeal (FM) is the main source of protein in fish diets, but its supply is stable. So, available plant protein sources could be used instead of FM in aquafeeds. These plants-source proteins may negatively affect feed intake and/or absorption of nutrients due to bad digestion. Therefore, the efficacy of a dietary exogenous enzymes mixture (Hostazyme X; HX) on growth performance, antioxidant capacity, and digestive enzymes in common carp, Cyprinus carpio, was assessed. Dietary HX was included in practical d...

Consumers' Sensory Perception of Food Attributes: Identifying the Ideal Formulation of Gluten- and Lactose-Free Brownie Using Sensory Methodologies.

Products for consumers with special needs (celiac) and those who prefer a differentiated diet are necessary due to growing demand and a niche market to be exploited. The incorporation of other substances in the formulation of cakes requires a detailed analysis of their characteristics and sensorial attributes. However, the use of these flours may change the sensory characteristics of a product that is normally made from wheat flour. This study aimed to identify the ideal formulation of gluten- and lactose-f...

Sensory Properties and Consumer Acceptance of Cantaloupe Melon Cultivars.

This research measured the sensory characteristics and consumer acceptance of 15 cultivars of cantaloupe. Eleven trained panelists assessed melons by descriptive analysis. Northern California consumers (n = 171) evaluated the melons for overall, appearance, flavor, and texture liking on the 9-point hedonic scale and the adequacy of ripeness, sweetness, and firmness on a 5-point just-about-right (JAR) scale. Twenty-two sensory attributes differed significantly among the melons. CaldeoDF, Caldeo, Globstar, RM...

Use of acid whey protein concentrate as an ingredient in nonfat cup set-style yogurt.

Acid whey resulting from the production of soft cheeses is a disposal problem for the dairy industry. Few uses have been found for acid whey because of its high ash content, low pH, and high organic acid content. The objective of this study was to explore the potential of recovery of whey protein from cottage cheese acid whey for use in yogurt. Cottage cheese acid whey and Cheddar cheese whey were produced from standard cottage cheese and Cheddar cheese-making procedures, respectively. The whey was separate...

The effect of normoxia exposure on hypoxia tolerance and sensory sampling in a swamp-dwelling mormyrid fish.

Effects of energetic limitations on the performance of sensory systems are generally difficult to quantify. Weakly electric fishes provide an ideal model system to quantify the effects of metabolic stressors on sensory information acquisition, because they use an active-sensing strategy that permits easy measurement of the sensing effort. These fishes discharge an electric signal and sense perturbations of the resulting electric field. We used the mormyrid Petrocephalus degeni to quantify the relationship b...

What is Needed for Evidence-Based Dietary Recommendations for Migraine: A Call to Action for Nutrition and Microbiome Research.

The gastrointestinal symptoms of migraine attacks have invited numerous dietary hypotheses for migraine etiology through the centuries. Substantial efforts have been dedicated to identifying dietary interventions for migraine attack prevention, with limited success. Meanwhile, mounting evidence suggests that the reverse relationship may also exist - that the biological mechanisms of migraine may influence dietary intake. More likely, the truth involves some combination of both, where the disease influences ...

From seed to flour: Sowing sustainability in the use of cantaloupe melon residue (Cucumis melo L. var. reticulatus).

Reduction of waste from food industry and food services is a current concern due to the large amount of waste generated, including peels and fruit seeds. The objective of this study was to obtain a flour produced from Cantaloupe melon seeds (Cucumis melo L. var. reticulatus) and to evaluate the viability of using the product as an ingredient in cake manufacturing. In this study, different formulations were developed: standard cake-0% (F1) and cakes containing melon seed flour as substitute of wheat flour in...

Inflammatory bowel diseases: interrelationships between dietary vitamin D, exposure to UV radiation and the faecal microbiome.

: Environmental factors and an altered faecal microbiome are believed to be central to the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). Vitamin D and ultraviolet radiation (UVR) are environmental factors that are associated by several pathways, including changes to the gastrointestinal microbiome, with the development and course of IBD. : This review explores the interaction of vitamin D, and UVR, with the intestinal innate and adaptive immune systems, and how they may influence the gut microbiome and...

Effect of Basket Geometry on the Sensory Quality and Consumer Acceptance of Drip Brewed Coffee.

In this work, discrimination tests, descriptive analysis, consumer tests, and total dissolved solids (TDS) were used to evaluate the effects of brew basket geometry on the sensory quality and consumer acceptance of drip brewed coffee. Two basic geometries, semi-conical and flat-bottom, were evaluated in conjunction with coffee roast and particle size. Initial discrimination tests showed that small differences in median particle size were not discernable, but that coffees brewed using either semi-conical or ...

Nutritional interventions for autism spectrum disorder.

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is an increasingly prevalent neurodevelopmental disorder with considerable clinical heterogeneity. With no cure for the disorder, treatments commonly center around speech and behavioral therapies to improve the characteristic social, behavioral, and communicative symptoms of ASD. Gastrointestinal disturbances are commonly encountered comorbidities that are thought to be not only another symptom of ASD but to also play an active role in modulating the expression of social and b...

Small food texture modifications can be used to change oral processing behaviour and to control ad libitum food intake.

Little is known whether small modifications of food texture are sufficient to influence satiation. This study used four iso-caloric yogurts differing in viscosity (low/high) and granola particle size (small/large) to investigate the influence of small texture modifications on oral processing behaviour, eating rate and ad libitum intake. Yogurt viscosity differed by a factor of 1.57x to 1.81x. Granola particle size was 6 mm and 12 mm (2-fold difference). Granola particle concentration based on weight was...

Overcoming stigma and acceptance of self: A life-long journey in recovery from and acceptance of the sequalae of a severe brain injury.

Is sensory processing associated with prematurity, motor and cognitive development at 12 months of age?

Prematurity may be a risk factor for sensory processing difficulties. Limited research has investigated sensory processing in preterm infants in their first year of life, when sensory processing dysfunctions are more subtle and difficult to detect.

When temporal prediction errs: ERP responses to delayed action-feedback onset.

Sensory suppression effects observed in electroencephalography (EEG) index successful predictions of the type and timing of self-generated sensory feedback. However, it is unclear how precise the timing prediction of sensory feedback is, and how temporal delays between an action and its sensory feedback affect perception. The current study investigated how prediction errors induced by delaying tone onset times affect the processing of sensory feedback in audition. Participants listened to self-generated (vi...

Effects of pre-induced fatigue vs. concurrent pain on exercise tolerance, neuromuscular performance and corticospinal responses of locomotor muscles.

Fatigue and muscle pain induced in a remote muscle group has been shown to alter neuromuscular performance in exercising muscles. Inhibitory neural feedback associated with activation of mechano- and metabo-sensitive muscle afferents has been implicated in this phenomenon. This study aimed to quantify and compare the effects of pre-induced fatigue and concurrent rising pain (evoked by muscle ischemia) on the contralateral leg exercise capacity, neuromuscular performance, and corticomotor excitability and in...


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