Methods of Analysis for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals

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Senescent Cells May Play a Role in Thrombosis News Senescent cells may underlie clotting predisposition, suggest the findings from a recent study by researchers at the Buck Institute for Research on Ageing. The urbanization of our country has a strong adverse effect on the dietary pattern in particular the youngsters who are travelling away from nature.

The awareness on functional foods and nutraceuticals is very meager among all age groups. The key person of a family is ultimately the homemaker; thus the current study is targeted on educated home maker which will have a mass impact on the society. The teaching aid used in the awareness programme is a colorful booklet fabricated in power point software is issued.

The awareness on functional foods and nutraceuticals among hundred educated home makers were evaluated through questionnaire before and after the booklet distribution and the results were statistically analysed. Context: To promote better health and to help reduce the risk of diseases through the emerging fields of functional foods and nutraceuticals as a concept of nutrition, this originated in Japan.

To emphasis on the Hippocrates saying, "Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food". Aims: To impart basic concepts of functional foods and nutraceuticals to the educated homemakers in Santhosapuram area, Chennai. Settings and Design: The study was planned to evaluate the awareness of functional foods and nutraceuticals among educated home makers in Santhosapuram, Chennai in Tamilnadu.

Methods and Material: The methodology used for the study was random sampling method done for one hundred educated homemakers belonging to age group between years. The teaching aid used in the awareness programme was a colorful booklet fabricated by the researcher which consists of basic five food groups, food pyramid, functional foods and nutraceuticals: Definition, examples and tables classifying different functional foods, their sources, health benefits and recommended dietary allowance also followed by some cooking recipe was issued. Vitamin E consumption and the risk of coronary heart disease in men.

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