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Mody University of Science and Technology (2020)

Characterization of Functional Food Properties of Prosopis Cineraria L Druce Pearl Millet and Camel Milk A Synbiotic Approach in Traditional Food Model Systems

Saraswat, Poornima

Titre : Characterization of Functional Food Properties of Prosopis Cineraria L Druce Pearl Millet and Camel Milk A Synbiotic Approach in Traditional Food Model Systems

Auteur : Saraswat, Poornima

Université de soutenance : Mody University of Science and Technology

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Science 2020

Résumé
Nations around the world are facing various nutritional challenges in terms of malnutrition newlineand unbalanced nutrition to maintain healthy lifestyle and longevity of their citizens. The newlineneed for innovative food interventions in existing traditional recipes holds promises to newlineaddress local and regional nutritional burning issues of the nations. newlineIn order to address the aforesaid issues, this research was aimed to develop and evaluate newlinethree different product formulations : a) Rabadi like Beverage b) Prosopis Syrup and c) newlineProsopis Biscuits. Their quality assessment was also done with proximate analysis, invitro newlinedigestibility newlineand newlinesensory evaluation newlinefor newlineenrichment of newlinethe nutrition and a fair capable newlinesolution newlinefor better health prospects. newlineThe current study includes amalgamation of traditional foods with locally available newlineingredients for enhancement of their nutritional properties. One of such foods is Rabadi , a newlinevery common traditional fermented food in western arid and semi-arid regions of The Great newlineIndian Thar Desert. It is basically prepared with fermentation of the pearl millet (Pennisetum newlineglaucam) flour by adding country buttermilk obtained from buffalo or cow milk. Another newlineexample has been picked-up from Algarrobina , traditional syrup prepared from Mesquite newline(Prosopis pallida) pods in Peru, South America to prepare a Prosopis syrup. An attempt has newlinealso been made to develop low cost biscuits by utilisation of local ingredients. newlineFor the intervention in Rabadi , pearl millet flour was supplemented with flour of ripened newlinepods from Khejri (Prosopis cineraria), an indigenous plant species of the region and newlinesoybean (Glycine max). Also, addition of the Camel milk as replacement for the buttermilk

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