By Kerstin Skog, Jan Alexander
It's referred to now that heating carbohydrate-rich meals could cause the formation of acrylamide and additional learn is probably going to teach that different harmful compounds are shaped in the course of the warmth remedy of meals. for that reason assessing the hazards posed to shoppers via acrylamide and different most likely carcinogenic and genotoxic compounds corresponding to heterocyclic amines and PhIP is a concern for the nutrition undefined. This new ebook offers the newest learn within the region, discussing the mechanisms of formation of harmful compounds in the course of warmth therapy, the research of detrimental compounds, how you can investigate the dangers they pose and novel tips on how to reduce their formation in nutrition items.
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Overall, the studies conducted so far indicate that the amount of asparagine in the raw materials and ingredients, in particular cereal flour, is a key determinant of the formation of acrylamide during baking. , 2004). 1 g/kg, respectively) versus sifted flours. 9 g/kg). An earlier study by Springer and coworkers (2003) confirmed the impact of milling degree and the relatively higher levels of asparagine in rye as compared to wheat and in whole grain versus flour fractions. 1. g. 4 Fredriksson et al.
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Acrylamide and Other Hazardous Compounds in Heat-treated Foods by Kerstin Skog, Jan Alexander