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This work aimed to develop a healthier meat product, by improving nutritional properties related to lipid profile, using a Maillard reaction product MRP obtained from recycling blood from local slaughterhouses as antioxidant. Soybean oil was used as partial fat replacer and the lipid profile was modified as a decrease in the n6-n3 ratio 11.59 to 9.50, and atherogenic and trombogenic index from 0.42 to 0.27 and 0.94 to 0.56 respectively was observed. Beef patties were added with two MRP levels 1% w-w and 3% w-w. Patties with no antioxidants were used as control and patties containing 0.01% w-w of butylhydroxyanisole BHA were used as reference. Oxidative stability of refrigerated vacuum-packed patties was evaluated during 15 days of storage. Results showed 3% of MRP as the most appropriate concentration to prevent lipid oxidation with inhibition percentages of 75%, and 9 days as the limit time of chilled storage regarding consumers’ perceptions.

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Meat Industry Waste, Natural Occurring Antioxidants, Lipid Oxidation, Healthier Meat Commodities, Functional Meat Products

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Fernández, C. , Fogar, R. , Doval, M. , Romero, A. and Alicia Judis, M. 2016 Antioxidant Effect of Bovine Plasma Proteins Modified via Maillard Reaction on n3 Fortified Beef Patties. Food and Nutrition Sciences, 7, 671-681. doi: 10.4236-fns.2016.78068.





Author: Carina Lorena Fernández1,2, Ricardo Alejandro Fogar1,2, Mirtha Marina Doval1, Ana María Romero1, María Alicia Judis1

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