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Nutranalytic - nutrients analysis and testing issues solutions - the group for QC and food safety teams.

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    Position: Technical Director
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Submitted by Bart Jakub on 02/03/2017 - 23:16 | Innovation or Novel product/service presentation
Turmeric and curcumin – basic information.Turmeric is a kind of herb scientifically called Curcuma longa. It is bitter in taste with a slight evocative fragrance of orange and ginger. Turmeric has manganese, iron, vitamin B6, fiber, copper, potassium, and other important nutrients. However, the main interesting active ingredient of turmeric is curcumin (about 2-5% of turmeric root).Turmeric is one of the major ingredients of the Indian cuisine (also known as “Indian saffron”). Turmeric, with its main active ingredient curcumin, is a potent anti-inflammatory agent protecting...
Submitted by Bart Jakub on 02/03/2017 - 23:21 | News article
There is thousands of recognised phytochemicals. They are divided into many groups based on chemical structures. The general, systematic breakdown of phytochemicals is presented on a picture below (it doesn’t contain vitamins – these are presented in a separate article).Let’s look where we can find representative phytochemicals for each group. 1. Terpenoids (isoprenoids) - include: carotenoids, triterpenoids, diterpenes, monoterpenes and steroids.1.1. Carotenoids (tetraterpenoids, more than 600 compounds) - provide yellow, orange, and red colours in fruits and...
Submitted by Bart Jakub on 16/12/2016 - 07:29 | News article
Introduction to phytochemicals world.Fruits and vegetables, as well as, foods prepared from them, contain thousands of natural occurring chemicals called phytonutrients or phytochemicals (phyto means "plant" in Greek).Phytochemicals are non-nutritive plant chemicals, so they are not considered as essential nutrients unlike the vitamins and minerals (they are not necessary by the human body for sustaining life). However, these chemicals have many interesting, important disease preventive properties.Plants produce these chemicals to protect themselves from germs, fungi, bugs, and...