7 edition of Local Mediterranean Food Plants And New Nutraceuticals (Forum of Nutrition/Bibliotheca Nutritio Et Dieta) found in the catalog.
October 30, 2006
by S. Karger AG (Switzerland)
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael Heinrich (Editor), Walter E. Muller (Editor), Claudio Galli (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||185|
The Mediterranean Food Guide Pyramid is based on the dietary traditions of the Greek island of Crete, other parts of Greece, and southern Italy around , when chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer were low. The focus is on eating a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, and seafood; eating less [ ]. Named the best diet of , the Mediterranean diet menu plan emphasizes plant-based foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and legumes. Get Mediterranean diet recipes and advice on how.
The interest and demand for nutraceuticals are rapidly increasing in many industrialized countries due to the emergence of health risks associated with the increased consumption of processed foods. Several wild Mediterranean plants used as traditional foods are an extraordinary source of nutraceutical substances with antioxidant properties. This study has two main aims. Local Mediterranean Food Plants and Nutraceuticals (Forum of Nutrition, Vol. 59) Sochan, Rudbeckia laciniata. Forager’s Chef blog: Sochan. Around The World in 80 Plants: An Edible Perennial Vegetable Adventure for Temperate Climates by Stephen Barstow.
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by Debasis Bagchi and Sreejayan Nair. Local Mediterranean Food Plants and Nutraceuticals (Forum of. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm. Contents: Ethnobotany --'Local food-nutraceuticals': bridging the gap between local knowledge and global needs / Heinrich, M.
[and others] --Gathered Mediterranean food plants: ethnobotanical investigations and historical development / Rivera, D. [and others] --Disseminating. Local Mediterranean Food Plants and Nutraceuticals ISBN: e-ISBN: DOI: /isbn XII + p., 24 fig., 23 tab., hard cover, Status: available Notes: Listed in Book Citation Index, Science | Clarivate Analytics.
Mediterranean local food biodiversity has received relatively little attention concerning its nutritional value in the scientific literature, especially on nutraceuticals from plant species, with.
Ethnobotanical approaches to the study of Mediterranean food plants offer novel ways for analyzing and preserving traditional knowledge and agrobiodiversity in the Mediterranean area.
This article highlights our strategy to increase the awareness within traditional knowledge systems and encourage the continuous evolution of it, avoiding the lossCited by: 5. Publication details. Heinrich, M, Nebel, S, Leonti, M, Rivera, D, & Obón, C''Local food- nutraceuticals': bridging the gap between local knowledge and global needs' in M Heinrich, WE Müller & C Galli (eds) Local mediterranean food plants and nutraceuticals, Forum of Nutrition, vol.
59, Karger, New York, pp. Publisher's version of this article is available at. The European consortium “Local Food-Nutraceuticals” collected locally consumed wild or semi-wild plants in three Mediterranean countries, i.e. Greece, Italy, and Spain, in order to assess their ethnobotanical features as well as their biological activities.
Background. Wild food plants, including semi-wild plants and minor crops (hereafter WFP), have always been consumed by humans, first as the main basis of their food and, since the origins of agriculture, as ingredients of normal diets or as an alternative during situations of scarcity [1, 2].In various contemporary industrialized societies their use is for the most part being abandoned .
We invite authors to submit original research papers or comprehensive review papers concerning innovation trends in technological processes for the production and storage of Mediterranean foodstuffs as well as food chemical, sensorial, and nutraceutical characterization and their.
“Local Food-Nutraceuticals” collected locally consumed wild or semi-wild plants in three Mediterranean countries, i.e. Greece, Italy, and Spain, in order to assess their ethnobotanical features. A Book of Mediterranean Food (New York Review Books Classics) ISBN First published inElizabeth David’s A Book of Mediterranean Food ushered in cooking.
She has participated in the European project «Local Mediterranean Food Plants: Potential New Nutraceuticals and current role in the Mediterranean Diet», the aim of which was to study the effect of wild herbs in people with metabolic syndrome.
She has taught at HU and related public Institutions lessons on Nutrition assessment and Nutrition. The diversity of local Mediterranean food elements is not known in detail, but offers itself to search for new vegetables, salads, fruits and spices which could be used in to enrich diets outside their region of origin.
Most amid those interesting local elements are edible wild plants and weeds. Ethnobotanical research has identified ca. 2, different plant and fungi taxa, which are gathered. Wild food plants, including semi-wild plants and minor crops (hereafter WFP), have always been consumed by humans, first as the main basis of their food and, since the origins of agriculture, as ingredients of normal diets or as an alternative during situations of scarcity [1, 2].In various contemporary industrialized societies their use is for the most part being abandoned .
The preservation of local knowledge for future generations as well as the identification of new nutraceuticals by means of characterizing plant extracts with potential health beneficial effects are the main objectives of this book.
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Paphos vine zone and Larnaca mixed farming zone. These are among the areas in Cyprus whose inhabitants subsisted primarily on pastoralism and agriculture and therefore still preserve the traditional knowledge on wild edible plants.
The information was collected for three-year period, in the. The Mediterranean diet is heavily plant-based with a focus on incorporating varied sources of healthy fats.
The diet encourages cooking with lean meats like fish and poultry with legumes as another important source of protein. This way of eating puts less emphasis on salt for seasoning and instead suggests using herbs, lemon juice, and spices to impart flavor.
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However, large variation exists between and within Mediterranean countries based on their local (and in some cases ancient) food and cultural habits. Genetic Diversity of Plants Used for Food in the Mediterranean.
Book chapter Full text access. Features a unique section on novel nutraceuticals and edible plants used in the Mediterranean.The Mediterranean basin is a biodiversity hotspot of wild edible species, and their therapeutic and culinary uses have long been documented. Owing to the growing demand for wild edible species, there are increasing concerns about the safety, standardization, quality, and availability of products derived from these species collected in the wild.
An efficient cultivation method for the species.Contents: 'Local food-nutraceuticals': bridging the gap between local knowledge and global needs / M. Heinrich -- Gathered Mediterranean food plants: ethnobotanical investigations and historical development / D.
Rivera [et al.] -- Disseminating knowledge about 'local food plants' and 'local plant foods' / D. Rivera.