The need for adequate processing to reduce the anti-nutritional factors in plants used as human foods and animal feeds : A review

@inproceedings{Soetan2009TheNF,
  title={The need for adequate processing to reduce the anti-nutritional factors in plants used as human foods and animal feeds : A review},
  author={Kehinde O. Soetan and Oyediran Emmanuel Oyewole},
  year={2009}
}
Anti-nutritional factors (ANF) are compounds which reduce the nutrient utilization and/or food intake of plants or plant products used as human foods or animal feeds and they play a vital role in determining the use of plants for humans and animals. Apart from cyanogenic glycosides, food poisoning arising from anti-nutritional factors, otherwise known as plants’ secondary metabolites has not been properly addressed in most parts of the developing world. People have died out of ignorance… CONTINUE READING
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