Protein Oxidation in Processed Meat: Mechanisms and Potential Implications on Human Health

@inproceedings{Soladoye2015ProteinOI,
  title={Protein Oxidation in Processed Meat: Mechanisms and Potential Implications on Human Health},
  author={Olugbenga Philip Soladoye and Mar{\'i}a Laura Ju{\'a}rez and Jennifer L. Aalhus and Phyllis J. Shand and Mario Est{\'e}vez},
  year={2015}
}
Processed meats represent a large percentage of muscle foods consumed in the western world. Various processing steps affect the physicochemical properties of the meat, compromise its nutritional components, or produce some compounds that are of health concern. Hence, the impact of oxidation on human health and the aging process and the influence of diet on these harmful reactions are of growing interest. Past decades have seen more focus on lipid oxidation, microbial deterioration, and… CONTINUE READING

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