EVALUATING THE NUTRITIVE PROPERTIES OF MIXED PLANT DERIVED PRODUCTS WITH AND WITHOUT SOYAMILK FOR PHARMACOLOGICAL USAGE

Authors

  • Sanjeeb Kumar Mandal
  • Vignesh Kumar M
  • Moumita Banerjee
  • Bishwambhar Mishra
  • Suneetha V

Abstract

Objective: Normally this day's nutritive products are available, but most of them are synthetic made materials which have low quality ingredients and for storage purpose it is coated with phenolic compounds. It is not at all harmful, though it is not fully absorbed by our body receptors in intestine and way too costly the products are these days. To compensate this issue we have evaluated the nutritive properties of mixed plant derived products with and without soyamilk. Methods: Natural existing products like Moringa olifera leaves, spinach leaves, Colocasia fruit part were obtained from the concerned source and they were powdered and crude extract are used to mix along methanol extract. This extract is used for estimation of antioxidants, phenols, vitamins and carbohydrate. Later extract is dissolved in soyamilk, the studies of interaction and various biochemical methods are carried out. Results: These studies showed the presence of phenols were higher in the soya milk which makes it contiguous and stagnant. Conclusion: Comparison studies are made between soyamilk after mixing the extract in multiple standards.

Keywords:Nutritive products, Soyamilk, Moringa Olifera, Carbohydrate.

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Published

2013-10-01

How to Cite

Mandal, S. K., V. Kumar M, M. Banerjee, B. Mishra, and S. V. “EVALUATING THE NUTRITIVE PROPERTIES OF MIXED PLANT DERIVED PRODUCTS WITH AND WITHOUT SOYAMILK FOR PHARMACOLOGICAL USAGE”. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, vol. 6, no. 4, Oct. 2013, pp. 74-77, https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ajpcr/article/view/493.

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