By Dongheng Liu, Xingqian Ye, Yueming Jiang
Chinese Dates: a standard useful Food offers detailed details on chinese language dates (jujubes) as regular moral meals and conventional health-promoting meals. It conveys a greater figuring out of Asian nutrients cultures and gives historic details in regard to standard useful meals and their nutritional purposes. It discusses the health-promoting merits of a wide selection of jujube end result and covers assorted jujube items, equivalent to jujube fruit juice and tarts. It additionally seems into the numerous different types of jujube fruit-based medicated diets, describes leading edge new processing applied sciences and novel jujube items, and examines ethnomedicinal makes use of, pharmacological task, and phytochemical constitutes of jujubes.
The book’s 4 sections and nineteen chapters offer details on chinese language date’s starting place, distribution, forms, chemical composition, biochemical homes, conventional items and know-how, cutting edge processing know-how, nutrition use, and healthiness merits. the 1st part explores the foundation, distribution, germplasm, and starting to be stipulations of chinese language dates. It additionally examines conventional jujube-based practical meals from a historic perspective.
The moment part appears into the chemical and biochemical houses of chinese language dates in addition to their future health merits. subject matters inside this part comprise a overview of the present wisdom of fruit composition; chemical, organic, and antioxidant homes of jujubes from assorted nation-states; and a mathematical research of the connection among the composition and bioactivities of jujube fruit harvested at assorted phases of ripeness. This part additionally explores ethnomedicinal makes use of and pharmacological job, phytochemical elements and well-being advantages, and polysaccharide composition.
Chinese date items and postharvest know-how are lined within the 3rd part, which incorporates a dialogue of drying expertise and postharvest remedies affecting garage caliber. The fourth and ultimate part bargains with the chinese language date in a number of international locations, together with Australia, Turkey, Iran, and Romania.
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Chinese dates: a traditional functional food by Dongheng Liu, Xingqian Ye, Yueming Jiang