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|Title:||Potential application of lipid organogels for food industry|
|Author:||Chaves, Kamila Ferreira|
Ribeiro, Ana Paula Badan
|Abstract:||Controversial issues regarding the role of trans fatty acids in food have led to progressive changes in the legislation of several countries to include more information for consumers. In response, the industries decided to gradually replace trans fat in various products with the development of fatty bases of equivalent functionality and economic viability to partially hydrogenated fats, causing, however, a substantial increase in the content of saturated fatty acids in foods. Today, the lipid science aims to define alternatives to a problem that is widely discussed by health organizations worldwide: limit the saturated fat content in food available to the population. In this context, organogels have been indicated as a viable alternative to obtain semi-solid fats with reduced content of saturated fatty acids and compatible properties for food application. The objective of this review was to present the studies that address the lipid organogels as an alternative for food application|
|Subject:||Ácidos graxos saturados|
|Appears in Collections:||FEA - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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