FRUTAS TROPICALES Y SUS SUBPRODUCTOS: FUENTES DE FIBRA DIETARIA EN PRODUCTOS ALIMENTICIOS

Fibra dietaria de frutas tropicales y productos alimenticios

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https://doi.org/10.36790/epistemus.v14i29.149

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Beneficios a la salud, fibra dietaria, frutas tropicales, subproductos

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Los subproductos de la industrialización de las frutas tropicales han ido ganando terreno en la industria alimentaria ya que se ha demostrado que contienen concentraciones de fibra dietaria similares o mayores a los de los cereales y han demostrado ser adecuados para la elaboración de productos alimenticios por sus propiedades tecnológicas, así como sus excelentes propiedades funcionales las cuales se encuentran fuertemente relacionadas con la composición de la fibra dietaria. Estudios recientes han reportado la incorporación de fibra dietaria de frutas tropicales y sus subproductos a la dieta a través de productos alimenticios consumidos cotidianamente como panes, galletas, tortillas, y pasteles y sus beneficios a la salud. Esta revisión se centra en el conocimiento de los últimos 5 años de la literatura sobre las fuentes de fibra dietaria de frutas tropicales y sus subproductos, además de sus aplicaciones potenciales como ingredientes funcionales en productos de panadería, tortilla y pastas.

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2021-08-12

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LOPEZ MARTINEZ, L. X. (2021). FRUTAS TROPICALES Y SUS SUBPRODUCTOS: FUENTES DE FIBRA DIETARIA EN PRODUCTOS ALIMENTICIOS: Fibra dietaria de frutas tropicales y productos alimenticios. EPISTEMUS, 14(29). https://doi.org/10.36790/epistemus.v14i29.149