antinutrient


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antinutrient

(ant″ē-noo′trē-ĕnt) [ anti- + nutrient]
A food or chemical that either interferes with the absorption and metabolism of other food sources or prevents the normal growth and development of an organism.
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The tests performed on the evaluated antinutrient compounds resulted within the acceptable values for human consumption (Razzeto et al., 2019).
Avocado seeds have been considered for long time as waste products because of its high content of antinutrient constituents such as tannins, phytic acid, and alkaloids [36].
Shayo, "Nutrient and antinutrient contents in raw and cooked young leaves and immature pods of Moringa Oleifera, Lam," Ecology of Food and Nutrition, vol.
Egbuonu, "Assessment of some antinutrient properties of the watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) rind and seed," Research Journal of Environmental Sciences, vol.
Anyasi, "Changes in antinutrient and nutritional values of fermented sesame (Sesanum indicum), Musk Melon (Cucumis melo) and white melon (Cucumeropsis mannii)," International Journal ofAdvanced Biotechnology and Research, vol.
Effect of cooking on the mineral and antinutrient contents of the leaves of seven accessions of Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott growing in South Africa.
Investigations on the nutrient and antinutrient content of typical plants used as fish feed in small scale aquaculture in the mountainous regions of Northern Vietnam.
Minerals (Zn, Fe, Ca and Mg) and antinutrient (phytic acid) constituents in common beans.
Effects of sprouting on nutrient and antinutrient composition of kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris var.