Flavor Satiety and Food Intake

Flavor  Satiety and Food Intake Author Beverly Tepper
ISBN-10 9781119044932
Release 2017-04-05
Pages 248
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This unique book provides a comprehensive review of the latest science on a key aspect of appetite control. It brings together contributions by leading researchers worldwide who approach this complex, multifaceted issue from a variety of differing perspectives, including those of food science, psychology, nutrition, and medicine, among others. It is well known that products that require greater oral processing tend to be more sating. At the same time, the orosensory exposure hypothesis holds that flavor and texture in the mouth are critical in determining meal-size. They may act as key predictors of nutritional benefits and so promote better processing of foods. These two related ideas are at the forefront of current thinking on flavor-satiety interactions. Yet, until Flavor, Satiety and Food Intake no book has offered an integrated treatment of both concepts. The only single-source reference of its kind, it brings health professionals, product developers, and students up to speed on the latest thinking and practices in this fascinating and important area of research. Provides readers with a unique and timely summary of critical recent developments in research on the impact of flavor on satiety Explores a topic of central importance both for food professionals seeking to develop healthier products and health professionals concerned with obesity and over-eating Brings together relevant topics from the fields of food science, psychology, nutrition and medicine Flavor, Satiety and Food Intake provides product developers with valuable information on how to integrate sensory evaluation with product formulation and marketing. It will also serve as a useful resource for health professionals and is a must-read for students of a range of disciplines in which appetite and satiety are studied.

Food Choice Acceptance and Consumption

Food Choice  Acceptance and Consumption Author Halliday MacFie
ISBN-10 9781461312215
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 258
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It is critical for the food industry to maintain a current understanding of the factors affecting food choice, acceptance and consumption since these influence all aspects of its activities. This subject has matured in recent years and, for the first time, this book brings together a coherent body of knowledge which draws on the experiences in industrial and academic settings of an international team of authors. Written for food technologists and marketeers, the book is also an essential reference for all those concerned with the economic, social, and psychological aspects of the subject.

Sugars and Sweeteners

Sugars and Sweeteners Author Norman Kretchmer
ISBN-10 084938835X
Release 1991-06-27
Pages 312
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Sugars and Sweeteners is a comprehensive volume examining the supposed role of sugar as a causative agent in hyperactivity, coronary artery disease, diabetes, dental caries, and other afflictions, as well as the chemistry of sugar and the metabolism of simple sugars, disaccharides, and sugar alcohols. It also explores the history of sugar in several areas worldwide, including Europe and southeast Asia. Regulations for sugar substitutes are presented, in addition to the metabolism of sugar substitutes in humans. Food scientists, dieticians, and diabetologists will find plenty of useful information in this book.

Satiation Satiety and the Control of Food Intake

Satiation  Satiety and the Control of Food Intake Author John E Blundell
ISBN-10 9780857098719
Release 2013-09-30
Pages 432
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With growing concerns about the rising incidence of obesity, there is interest in understanding how the human appetite contributes to energy balance and how it might be affected by the foods we consume, as well as other cultural and environmental factors. Satiation, satiety and the control of food intake provides a concise and authoritative overview of these areas. Part one introduces the concepts of satiation and satiety and discusses how these concepts can be quantified. Chapters in part two focus on biological factors of satiation and satiety before part three moves on to explore food composition factors. Chapters in part four discuss hedonic, cultural and environmental factors of satiation and satiety. Finally, part five explores public health implications and evaluates consumer understanding of satiation and satiety and related health claims. Provides a concise and authoritative overview of appetite regulation Focuses on the effects of biological factors, food composition and hedonic, cultural and environmental factors affecting appetite control Discusses implications for public health


Flavor Author Patrick Etiévant
ISBN-10 9780081003008
Release 2016-05-27
Pages 444
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Flavor: From Food to Behaviors, Wellbeing and Health is the first single-volume resource focused on the different mechanisms of flavor perception from food ingestion, to sensory image integration and the physiological effects that may explain food behaviors. The information contained is highly multidisciplinary, starting with chemistry and biochemistry, and then continuing with psychology, neurobiology, and sociology. The book gives coherence between results obtained in these fields to better explain how flavor compounds may modulate food intake and behavior. When available, physiological mechanisms and mathematical models are explained. Since almost half a billion people suffer from obesity and food related chronic diseases in the world, and since recent research has investigated the possible roles of pleasure linked to the palatability of food and eating pleasure on food intake, food habits, and energy regulation, this book is a timely resource on the topic. This book links these results in a logical story, starting in the food and the food bolus, and explaining how flavor compounds can reach different receptors, contribute to the emergence of a sensory image, and modulate other systems recognized as controlling food intake and food behavior. The influence of age, physiological disorders, or social environments are included in this approach since these parameters are known to influence the impact of food flavor on human behavior. Uniquely brings together multidisciplinary fields to explain, in a narrative structure, how flavor compounds may modulate food intake and behavior Includes discussions of chemistry and biochemistry, psychology, neurobiology, and sociology Presents an extremely current view that offers a wide perspective on flavor, an area of rapidly expanding knowledge Edited by renowned experts in the field of flavor perception

Natural Food Flavors and Colorants

Natural Food Flavors and Colorants Author Mathew Attokaran
ISBN-10 9781119114772
Release 2017-01-03
Pages 416
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In this book the author utilizes his over fifty years of experience in food chemistry and technology in order to produce the most detailed and comprehensive guide on natural food flavors and colors. Unique coverage of natural flavors and natural colorants in the same volume Includes chemical structures of all principal constituents and CAS, FEMA and E numbers. Wherever available FCC (Food Chemicals Codex) Includes techniques and characteristics of extracts, such as solvent extraction, dispersion and solubitization, nutraceutical function and effect of heat

Food Irradiation Research and Technology

Food Irradiation Research and Technology Author Christopher H. Sommers
ISBN-10 9780470276396
Release 2008-02-28
Pages 317
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The benefits of food irradiation to the public health have been described extensively by organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the U.S. and the World Health Organization. The American Medical Association and the American Dietetic Association have both endorsed the irradiation process. Yet the potential health benefits of irradiation are unknown to many consumers and food industry representatives who are wary of irradiated foods due to myth-information from “consumer-advocate” groups. Food Irradiation Research and Technology presents the latest scientific findings of researchers at the leading edge of food irradiation. In this book, experts from industry, government, and academia: define the basic principles of irradiation and the public health benefits of irradiation describe advances in irradiation technology, detection technology, and radiation dosimetry review the regulations pertaining to food irradiation and the toxicological safety data provide food industry representatives and public health officials with effective methodologies to educate consumers and counteract misinformation review recent advances in the irradiation of meat and poultry, fruits and vegetables, seafood, and the use of irradiation as a phytosanitary treatment Food Irradiation Research and Technology appeals to a broad readership: industry food scientists involved in the processing of meat and fish, fruits and vegetables; food microbiologists and radiation processing specialists; government and industry representatives involved in the import and export of food commodities; and industry, local, and state officials involved in educational efforts regarding food irradiation. Food scientists and technologists share a responsibility to ensure that educational materials provided to the public regarding food safety and processing technologies are based on sound science and fact, not on misconceptions. Food Irradiation Research and Technology meets that goal.

Leveraging Food Technology for Obesity Prevention and Reduction Efforts

Leveraging Food Technology for Obesity Prevention and Reduction Efforts Author Food Forum
ISBN-10 9780309212618
Release 2011-07-26
Pages 118
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Obesity is a major public health challenge. More than one-third of the U.S. adult population is considered obese, a figure that has more than doubled since the mid-1970s. Among children, obesity rates have more than tripled over the same period. Not only is obesity associated with numerous medical complications, but it incurs significant economic cost. At its simplest, obesity is a result of an energy imbalance, with obese (and overweight) people consuming more energy (calories) than they are expending. During the last 10-20 years, behavioral scientists have made significant progress toward building an evidence base for understanding what drives energy imbalance in overweight and obese individuals. Meanwhile, food scientists have been tapping into this growing evidence base to improve existing technologies and create new technologies that can be applied to alter the food supply in ways that reduce the obesity burden on the American population. Leveraging Food Technology for Obesity Prevention and Reduction Effort examines the complexity of human eating behavior and explores ways in which the food industry can continue to leverage modern food processing technologies to influence energy intake. The report also examines the opportunities and challenges of altering the food supply--both at home and outside the home--and outlines lessons learned, best practices, and next steps.

Trait Modified Oils in Foods

Trait Modified Oils in Foods Author Frank T. Orthoefer
ISBN-10 9780813808727
Release 2015-08-03
Pages 264
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In recent years, the food industry has made substantial advances in replacing partially hydrogenated oils, high in trans-fatty acids, in foods. Trait-modified oils were then developed to produce trans-fat free, low saturated functional oils. Trait-modified Oils in Foods offers top line information on the sources, composition, performance, health, taste, and availability of modified next generation oils. Coverage extends to public policy development, discussions of real world transition to healthy oils by food service and food processing industries and the future of trait-modified oils. The book provides solutions to food companies with the potential of improving the health benefits of foods through eliminating trans-fats and reducing saturated fats from formulations. A landmark resource on modified next-generation, trait-modified oils, this book is essential reading for oil processors, manufacturers and producers, as well as any professional involved in food quality assurance and public health.

Food Carbohydrate Chemistry

Food Carbohydrate Chemistry Author Ronald E. Wrolstad
ISBN-10 9780813826653
Release 2012-02-07
Pages 240
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Not since "Sugar Chemistry" by Shallenberger and Birch (1975) has a text clearly presented and applied basic carbohydrate chemistry to the quality attributes and functional properties of foods. Now in Food Carbohydrate Chemistry, author Wrolstad emphasizes the application of carbohydrate chemistry to understanding the chemistry, physical and functional properties of food carbohydrates. Structure and nomenclature of sugars and sugar derivatives are covered, focusing on those derivatives that exist naturally in foods or are used as food additives. Chemical reactions emphasize those that have an impact on food quality and occur under processing and storage conditions. Coverage includes: how chemical and physical properties of sugars and polysaccharides affect the functional properties of foods; taste properties and non-enzymic browning reactions; the nutritional roles of carbohydrates from a food chemist's perspective; basic principles, advantages, and limitations of selected carbohydrate analytical methods. An appendix includes descriptions of proven laboratory exercises and demonstrations. Applications are emphasized, and anecdotal examples and case studies are presented. Laboratory units, homework exercises, and lecture demonstrations are included in the appendix. In addition to a complete list of cited references, a listing of key references is included with brief annotations describing their important features. Students and professionals alike will benefit from this latest addition to the IFT Press book series. In Food Carbohydrate Chemistry, upper undergraduate and graduate students will find a clear explanation of how basic principles of carbohydrate chemistry can account for and predict functional properties such as sweetness, browning potential, and solubility properties. Professionals working in product development and technical sales will value Food Carbohydrate Chemistry as a needed resource to help them understand the functionality of carbohydrate ingredients. And persons in research and quality assurance will rely upon Food Carbohydrate Chemistry for understanding the principles of carbohydrate analytical methods and the physical and chemical properties of sugars and polysaccharides.

Packaging for Nonthermal Processing of Food

Packaging for Nonthermal Processing of Food Author Jung H. Han
ISBN-10 9780470276471
Release 2008-02-28
Pages 248
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A number of novel thermal and nonthermal processing methods are in active research and development in industry, academic and government laboratories. A key step that needs to be addressed is how to best package commodities processed by high pressure, pulsed electric fields, UV, irradiation, microwave or radio frequency heating, bioactive coating/packaging, or the treatment with probiotics to best preserve the benefits of improved product quality imparted by these emerging preservation technologies. Packaging for Nonthermal Processing of Food reviews typical nonthermal processes, the characteristics of food products after nonthermal treatments, and packaging parameters to preserve the quality and enhance the food safety of the products. In addition, the critical role of information carried by packaging materials to make a new product produced by a novel process attractive to consumers is discussed. Packaging for Nonthermal Processing of Food offers many benefits to industry for providing the practical information on the relationship between new processes and packaging materials, to academia for constructing the fundamental knowledge, and to regulatory agencies for acquiring deeper understanding on the packaging requirements for new processes.

Food Texture Design and Optimization

Food Texture Design and Optimization Author Yadunandan Lal Dar
ISBN-10 9780470672426
Release 2014-05-27
Pages 464
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"Due to the many problems that need to be solved to optimize food texture, the design and optimization of food texture is an ongoing challenge for the food industry. This unique 2-volume resource offers practical solutions to the complex and varied problems encountered in designing, measuring and optimizing food texture. The first volume presents insightful case studies on formulating products from a broad variety of food segments, such as cheese, soups, chocolate, cookies, brownies, bread, gluten-free products, low-fat/non-fat dairy products and more. The second volume provides an overview of the latest advances in food texture design and optimization"--

Processing and Nutrition of Fats and Oils

Processing and Nutrition of Fats and Oils Author Ernesto M. Hernandez
ISBN-10 9780813827674
Release 2013-10-28
Pages 276
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Processing and Nutrition of Fats and Oils reviews current and new practices of fats and oils production. The book examines the different aspects of fats and oils processing, how the nutritional properties are affected, and how fats interact with other components and nutrients in food products. Coverage includes current trends in the consumption of edible fats and oils; properties of fats, oils and bioactive lipids; techniques to process and modify edible oils; nutritional aspects of lipids; and regulatory aspects, labeling and certifications of fats and oils in foods. To address the issues of processing and nutrition in a focused and coordinated manner, the book is co-written by three authors with strong expertise in lipid chemistry, processing and nutrition who are in the forefront of the current issues of bioactive lipids as they apply to foods. The book will be of interest to anybody involved in oil processing and food formulations, from students taking lipids courses in universities to nutritionists dealing with diet requirements and food labeling to food chemists using lipids and nutrigenomics to design new food formulations. Processing and Nutrition of Fats and Oils presents comprehensive and coordinated information on oils and fat properties as they relate to foods, ensuring a thorough understanding of the nature of fats and the roles they play in our food supply.

Encyclopedia of Food and Health

Encyclopedia of Food and Health Author
ISBN-10 9780123849533
Release 2015-08-26
Pages 4006
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The Encyclopedia of Food and Health provides users with a solid bridge of current and accurate information spanning food production and processing, from distribution and consumption to health effects. The Encyclopedia comprises five volumes, each containing comprehensive, thorough coverage, and a writing style that is succinct and straightforward. Users will find this to be a meticulously organized resource of the best available summary and conclusions on each topic. Written from a truly international perspective, and covering of all areas of food science and health in over 550 articles, with extensive cross-referencing and further reading at the end of each chapter, this updated encyclopedia is an invaluable resource for both research and educational needs. Identifies the essential nutrients and how to avoid their deficiencies Explores the use of diet to reduce disease risk and optimize health Compiles methods for detection and quantitation of food constituents, food additives and nutrients, and contaminants Contains coverage of all areas of food science and health in nearly 700 articles, with extensive cross-referencing and further reading at the end of each chapter

Obesity and Food Technology

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Obesity and Food Technology has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Obesity and Food Technology also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Obesity and Food Technology book for free.

Military Food Engineering and Ration Technology

Military Food Engineering and Ration Technology Author Armand Vincent Cardello
ISBN-10 9781605950495
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 489
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Systematic synthesis of U.S. military's food product development, processing, packaging, testing, and distribution methods · Provides technical data for lightweighting, nutrient optimization, shelf-life extension, ready-to-eat, and self-heating foods

Hydrocolloids in Food Processing

Hydrocolloids in Food Processing Author Thomas R. Laaman
ISBN-10 9780470961896
Release 2011-06-09
Pages 360
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In Hydrocolloids in Food Processing, a group of the most experienced and impartial experts explains what stabilizers should be used and how they should be used, food product by food product. Numerous actual product formulations are packed into each chapter and the processing procedures to make these formulations are clearly described. Food manufacturers are shown how to accurately use food stabilizers to make the highest quality food products. Coverage includes all the practical details needed to ensure the most accurate QA standards and testing procedures for each hydrocolloid. Finally, Hydrocolloids in Food Processing explains how to navigate the often tricky area of dealing with hydrocolloid suppliers. An informative discussion of how hydrocolloid companies think and operate today is followed by precise strategies to ensure that the most mutually beneficial relationships can be obtained between specific customer types and appropriate types of suppliers.