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Title: Development of cereal and legume based food products for the elderly
Authors: Pruet Satusap
Visith Chavasit
Wantanee Kriengsinyos
Kunchit Judprasong
Mahidol University
Keywords: Multidisciplinary
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2014
Citation: SpringerPlus. Vol.3, No.1 (2014)
Abstract: © 2014, Satusap et al.; licensee Springer. Diets for elderly must contain nutritious foods, fit their physiological limitations, and match with their food culture. Cereals and legumes are suggested food choices regardless of their cultures and beliefs. Ready-to-eat products containing suitable macronutrient patterns from cereals and legumes were developed. Energy distributions from carbohydrate (60 kcal/100 kcal), protein (15 kcal/100 kcal), and fat (25 kcal/100 kcal), protein quality, and percent energy from saturated fatty acid and free sugar were criteria for the formulation. Carbohydrate sources were rice flour, brown rice flour, mung bean starch, which carbohydrate in rice flour was the most digestible on in vitro test. Protein and fat sources were soybean flour, black sesame seed, and rice bran oil. Three products, i.e., flake snack, instant beverage, and instant soup were produced by drying basic ingredients as flakes on a double-roller drum dryer and directly used or dry-mixed with other ingredients. The products (Aw <0.3) had balanced energy distribution, good quality protein, and energy from saturated fat < 8 kcal/100 kcal and free sugar < 10 kcal/100 kcal. Results from sensory central location test in 219 elderly subjects indicated that the flake snacks from both carbohydrate sources were significantly more acceptable than the other two products.
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http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/34967
ISSN: 21931801
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