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Abstract Title:

Iron Fortification and Bioavailability of Chickpea (L.) Seeds and Flour.

Abstract Source:

Nutrients. 2019 Sep 18 ;11(9). Epub 2019 Sep 18. PMID: 31540391

Abstract Author(s):

Tamanna A Jahan, Albert Vandenberg, Raymond P Glahn, Robert T Tyler, Martin J T Reaney, Bunyamin Tar'an

Article Affiliation:

Tamanna A Jahan

Abstract:

Iron (Fe) deficiency is one of the most common nutritional disorders, and is mainly due to insufficient intake of bioavailable Fe. Chickpea (L.) was examined as a potential vehicle for Fe fortification. Fortificants (FeSO·7HO (ferrous sulfate hepta-hydrate), FeSO·HO (ferrous sulfate mono-hydrate) and NaFeEDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid iron (iii) sodium salt)) were applied by a spraying and drying method. At 2000µg giron fortificant, the fortified split desi seeds (dal), desi flour and kabuli flour supplied 18-19 mg, 16-20 mg and 11-19 mg Fe per 100 g, respectively. The overall consumer acceptability using a nine-point hedonic scale for sensory evaluation demonstrated that NaFeEDTA-fortified cooked chickpea (soup and chapatti) scored the highest among the three fortificants. Lightness (L*), redness (a*) and yellowness (b*) of Fe-fortified products changed over time. However, no organoleptic changes occurred. Fe bioavailability was increased by 5.8-10.5, 15.3-25.0 and 4.8-9.0 ng ferritin mgprotein for cooked split desi seeds (soup), desi chapatti and kabuli chapatti, respectively, when prepared using Fe-fortified chickpea. Desi chapatti showed significantly higher Fe bioavailability than the other two. The increase in Fe concentration and bioavailability in fortified chickpea products demonstrated that these products could provide a significant proportion of the recommended daily Fe requirement.

Study Type : Human Study

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