Safety of protein hydrolysates, fractions thereof and bioactive peptides in human nutrition

@article{Schaafsma2009SafetyOP,
  title={Safety of protein hydrolysates, fractions thereof and bioactive peptides in human nutrition},
  author={Gertjan Schaafsma},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={2009},
  volume={63},
  pages={1161-1168}
}
This paper evaluates the safety for humans with regard to consumption of protein hydrolysates and fractions thereof, including bioactive peptides. The available literature on the safety of protein, protein hydrolysates, fractions thereof and free amino acids on relevant food legislation is reviewed and evaluated. A new concept for the safety assessment of protein hydrolysates and fractions thereof is developed. Benchmarks for the evaluation are safety of total protein intake, safety of free… CONTINUE READING
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