Storage Stability of Food Protein Hydrolysates-A Review.

  title={Storage Stability of Food Protein Hydrolysates-A Review.},
  author={Qinchun Rao and Andre Klaassen Kamdar and Theodore P. Labuza},
  journal={Critical reviews in food science and nutrition},
  volume={56 7},
In recent years, mainly due to the specific health benefits associated with (1) the discovery of bioactive peptides in protein hydrolysates, (2) the reduction of protein allergenicity by protein hydrolysis, and (3) the improved protein digestibility and absorption of protein hydrolysates, the utilization of protein hydrolysates in functional foods and beverages has significantly increased. Although the specific health benefits from different hydrolysates are somewhat proven, the delivery and/or… CONTINUE READING

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