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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 7, Issue 3 (2018)

Organoleptic study of green papaya, flaxseed and maize flour products

Author(s):

Reema Verma, Vinita Singh and Dr. Ranu Prasad

Abstract:
Traditional food may reportedly help to prevent constipation and colon cancer and reduce serum cholesterol, as well as possessing anti-stress effects. The study shed light on the evaluation of the quality of the green papaya, flaxseed and maize flour as an important food supplement to achieve some medicinal properties such as promote skin protection, promote lungs health, good for eye, promote kidney function increasing the flow of urine etc. and these food could be applied in various food system as an excellent functional food with highly antioxidant properties.
Objective: To study the organoleptic acceptability of prepared products from green papaya, flaxseed and maize flour.
Methodology: Traditional foods such as mix roti and khasta kachori were prepared using green papaya, flax seed and maize flour in different ratio of (50:45:5), (50:40:10), (50:35:15), (50:30:20) respectively. These products were determined by organoleptic evaluation.
Result: Analysis of variance revealed that II (50:40:10) incorporated sample of mix roti was liked much and III (50:35:15) incorporated sample of khasta kachori were liked extremely.
Conclusion: Hence if supplementary food is helpful in combating vitamin A deficiency disease and high blood pressure etc. Therefore such type of food should be introduced to infant, preschool and school going children for their proper physical and mental development.

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How to cite this article:
Reema Verma, Vinita Singh and Dr. Ranu Prasad. Organoleptic study of green papaya, flaxseed and maize flour products. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(3):1897-1900.

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