betanin


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be·tan·in

(bā'tă-nin),
The red pigment in beets (Beta vulgaris); elevated in urine of patients with beeturia.
[fr. betacyanin]
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Betanin or beetroot red, is a red colored pigment used as a food dye, which is obtained from beetroot.
Summary: Betanin or beetroot red, is a red colored pigment used as a food dye, which is obtained from beetroot.
Betanin from Red Beet (Beta vulgaris L.) Extraction conditions and evaluation of the thermal stability.
Betanin, which gives the vegetable its colour, halted chemical reactions associated with the disease, scientists at the University of South Florida found.
Muhammad, Stability of betanin in pitaya powder and confection as affected by resistant maltodextrin, doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lwt.2017.05.031, LWT Food Sci.
Moreover, beets contain phytonutrients known as betalains - betanin and vulgaxanthin - which are effective in reducing inflammation and supplying the body with antioxidants.
This increase was also observed in the betanin concentration, reaching an average of 59.34 mg of betanin per 100 g of callus fresh mass (Figure 2D).
Among commercial pigments, betanin figures as a naturally sourced red pigment.
Betanin. Betanin, extracted from natural pigments, was shown by Han et al.