bromatology


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bromatology

An obsolete term for the formal study of food; dietetics, nutrition
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The antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of the flavonoids of the raw onion make it a good candidate for use in food preservation", said researcher Jonathan Santas from the department of nutrition and bromatology at the University of Barcelona (UB).
According to a clinical study conducted by the laboratory of nutrition and bromatology in Salamenca, Spain, by Escribano-Bailon, et al.
Chitosan of two different qualities was used, a highly de-acetylated commercial chitosan provided by Primex, Germany, and a poorly de-acetylated chitosan obtained by researchers of the Laboratory of Bromatology of the Universidad Nacional del Sur (Argentina).
The Spanish Ministries of Health and of Science and Technology cooperate with CITA through the Agency for Evaluation of Health Technologies and the Institute of Nutrition and Bromatology.