Soybean Oil: Production Process, Benefits and Uses in Pharmaceutical Dosage Form

  title={Soybean Oil: Production Process, Benefits and Uses in Pharmaceutical Dosage Form},
  author={Hatice Yeşim Karasulu and Ercument Karasulu and Mevlüt Büyükhelvacıgil and Mustafa Yıldız and Ahmet Ertuğrul and Kadir Büyükhelvacıgil and Zeliha Ustün and Nilay Gazel},
Vegetable oils are the most important source of fat in the human diet. Derived from an array of vegetable sources, oils are extracted and processed for a variety of food uses. In the demanding and competitive edible fats and oils marketplace, the product evaluation criteria are important for both customers and suppliers. Soybean oil is very popular with rich value of Omega 3 and Omega 6. Those fatty acids regulate lipid and cholesterol metabolism and prevent narrowing in artery veins. In… Expand
Cold pressed soybean oil
Abstract Soybean is the most commonly produced oil crop in the world. Soybean oil is primarily used in the production of shortenings, margarines, cooking/frying oils, salad dressings, and mayonnaise.Expand
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This review has summarized literature on soybean sprout components, the health benefits, changes in nutritional factors during the sprouting process and the genetic variation among the cultivars developed for sprout usage, and reviewed procedures and factors like seed characteristics, temperature, chemical applications that influence the sprout process. Expand
Effect of soy oil, orange ( Citrus sinensis ) peel oil and their blends on total phospholipid, lipid peroxidation, and antioxidant defense system in brain tissues of normo rats
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Alterations in atherogenic indices and hypolipidemic effect of soybean oil in normocholesteremic rats
Results indicate a protective effect of soybean oil against the development of cardiovascular disease as well as the hyperlipidemia that characterize obesity, hypertension, and diabetes mellitus. Expand
Physical, Chemical and Sensorial Properties of Low-Fat and Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets
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Effect of soy oil , orange ( Citrus sinensis ) peel oil and their blends on total phospholipid , lipid peroxidation , and antioxidant defense system in brain tissues of normo rats
O.L. Erukainure*, J.A. Ajiboye, F.F. Davis, K. Obabire, E.E. Okoro, S.O. Adenekan, M.V. Adegbola, B.J. Awogbemi, B.O. Odjobo and M.Z. Zaruwa Department of Food Technology, Federal Institute ofExpand
Examination of the Causes of Instability of Soy Protein Isolate During Storage Through Probing of the Heat-Induced Aggregation
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Insights on novel particulate self-assembled drug delivery beads based on partial inclusion complexes between triglycerides and cyclodextrins
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Nutrient Composition and Consumer Acceptability of Soybean-Sweet Potato Based Complementary Food Enriched with Longhorn Grasshopper (Ruspolia differens)
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Handbook of Soy Oil Processing and Utilization
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Gourmet and health-promoting speciality oils.
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Trans fatty acids
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