By Seema Patel
Bankruptcy 1: Introduction.- bankruptcy 2: An underutilized tropical plant Psidium cattleianum (Strawberry guava).- bankruptcy three: Opuntia end result as resource of cheap practical foods.- bankruptcy four: nutrition and pharmaceutical capability of Carissa genus.- bankruptcy five: Portulaca oleracea: an untapped bioactive repository for wellbeing and fitness amelioration.- bankruptcy 6: Grape seeds: Agro-industrial waste with immense practical nutrition potential.- bankruptcy 7: most recent and powerful entrant to the practical meals quarter: Chia seeds.- bankruptcy eight: Prosopis genus as meals and drug repository: Exploring the literature databases.- bankruptcy nine: Resurgence of curiosity in old grain quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa): An appraisal.- bankruptcy 10: A promising CAM healing for a number of cancers: Milk thistle (Silybum).- bankruptcy eleven: Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) mushroom: Nutraceutical overview in line with most up-to-date findings.
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Stems of C. carandas are used to strengthen tendons, fruits are used in skin infections and leaves are deemed remedy for fever, earache and syphilitic pain. The tribal healers of Western Ghat region of Karnataka, India use this species as a hepatoprotective and antihyperglycemic agent (Itankar et al. 2011). An ethnobotanical survey conducted in Sariska and Siliserh regions in Alwar District of Rajasthan, India, recommended that C. carandas can be used as an insect repellent, hypotensive and dropsy therapeutic (Jain et al.
Piga et al. (2003) tested the potency of gas permeable film in retaining the chemical, physical, microbiological and sensorial parameters of peeled fruits. Vitamin C and antioxidant capacity remained unchanged, while polyphenol content showed reduction after 6 days storage. Sensorial properties were not affected, despite the change in pH and acidity. Moreover, the film could check microbiological growth. Cefola et al. (2014) characterized the optimal parameters for peeling and processing of these fruits as readyto-eat products.
Both components prevented the fall in gastric mucus content and attenuated the increase in the level of gastric mucosal TMF-α and myeloperoxidase. Betalain contributed in preventing the myeloperoxidase mediated mucosal damage and proinflammatory cytokine production. Cha et al. (2013) reported that the ethyl acetate fraction of the O. humifusa fruit ethanol extract is a significant source of antioxidant, the key phenolic component being ferulic acid and protocatechuic acid. The most abundant flavonoid was taxifolin, followed by myricetin.
Emerging bioresources with nutraceutical and pharmaceutical prospects by Seema Patel