The general objective of PATHWAY-27 addresses the exploitation of bioactive compounds as ingredients of foods that, within the common diet, could significantly benefit human health and wellbeing. PATHWAY-27 uses three model compounds (docosahexaenoic acid - DHA, beta-glucan -BG, and anthocyanins -AC) and three model food matrices (bakery, dairy and egg products) to derive conclusions that will be widely applicable. The technological objective of PATHWAY-27 is the development of improved food formulations leading to the production of bioactive-enriched foods (BEF) having a scientifically demonstrated impact on health. The scientific objective of PATHWAY-27 is the better understanding of the potential benefits and mechanism of action of the selected bioactive compounds (DHA, BG and AC), considered as ingredients of the PATHWAY-27 BEF, in the prevention of the Metabolic Syndrome (MS).

PATHWAY-27: “Pivotal Assessment Of The Effects Of Bioactives On Health And Wellbeing. From Human Genoma To Food Industry”.

BORDONI, ALESSANDRA;RICCIARDIELLO, LUIGI;CAPOZZI, FRANCESCO;GIANOTTI, ANDREA
2013

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The general objective of PATHWAY-27 addresses the exploitation of bioactive compounds as ingredients of foods that, within the common diet, could significantly benefit human health and wellbeing. PATHWAY-27 uses three model compounds (docosahexaenoic acid - DHA, beta-glucan -BG, and anthocyanins -AC) and three model food matrices (bakery, dairy and egg products) to derive conclusions that will be widely applicable. The technological objective of PATHWAY-27 is the development of improved food formulations leading to the production of bioactive-enriched foods (BEF) having a scientifically demonstrated impact on health. The scientific objective of PATHWAY-27 is the better understanding of the potential benefits and mechanism of action of the selected bioactive compounds (DHA, BG and AC), considered as ingredients of the PATHWAY-27 BEF, in the prevention of the Metabolic Syndrome (MS).
2013
Alessandra Bordoni; Luigi Ricciardiello; Francesco Capozzi; Andrea Gianotti
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