Antioxidant molecules of food byproducts: from the extraction using innovative technologies to bioactive properties

Richard G Maroun Amman Antioxidants 2018Prof. Richard Maroun from Saint Joseph University of Beirut, Lebanon will talk about "Antioxidant molecules of food byproducts: from the extraction using innovative technologies to bioactive properties" during the third ISANH Middle East Antioxidants World Congress which will be held in Amman, Jordan, in May 2-3, 2018.

Prof. Richard Maroun highlighted:

"Phenolic compounds are the most widely occurring secondary metabolites in plants. Over the last decades, scientists recognized that the role of phenolic compounds is not limited to color, flavor, odor, bitterness, and astringency of foods. Thanks to the intensive researches ongoing yearly, the polyphenol-rich matrices have been classified as nutraceutical foods due to their medicinal and health benefits"

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