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International Journal of Home Science

2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 1, PART A

Efficacy and development of premix for genome related metabolic diseases

Author(s): Sunidhi Mishra, Kiran Agrahari, Dr. Mamta Jaiswal and Archana Singh
Abstract:
The objective of present investigation was “Efficacy and development of Premix as a Nutrigenomics Health food for genome related Metabolic Disease” refer to Nutrigenomics health food in simple words. Metabolic diseases mainly caused by the genes. For those who suffer from genome related metabolic diseases or disorders, one of the treatment genome related metabolic diseases Nutrigenomics Health food. In view of the facts regarding nutritional quality of Tulsi, Ginger, Carrot, and soyabean (ICMR 2010) were made to develop premix for genome related metabolic disorders. Premix is prepared in different combinations using Tulsi, Ginger, Carrot and Soyabean. Developed premix contains Tulsi (45%), Ginger (10%), Carrot (25%), soyabean (20%). Organoleptic evaluation of developed premix was done by panel of 10 judges using 9-point hedonic scale. The result of Nutrigenomics premix (T4) was best in case of all sensory attributes. The highest average score for overall acceptability was found in experimental premix were mostly accepted by panel member.
Pages: 08-13  |  50 Views  20 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sunidhi Mishra, Kiran Agrahari, Dr. Mamta Jaiswal, Archana Singh. Efficacy and development of premix for genome related metabolic diseases. Int J Home Sci 2017;3(1):08-13.
International Journal of Home Science