EMULSI KAYA OMEGA-3 DAN SQUALENEDARI KOMBINASI MINYAK IKAN SARDIN DAN CUCUT

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Title EMULSI KAYA OMEGA-3 DAN SQUALENEDARI KOMBINASI MINYAK IKAN SARDIN DAN CUCUT
 
Creator Musbah, Muhamad
Fitriawati AM, Rahmi
Adel, Yeldi S
Muliadin, Muliadin
 
Subject emulsi
eikosapentanoad
sardine
shark
squalene
 
Description Sardine fish oil contains essential omega-3 fatty acids, EPA (Eikosapentanoat Acid) and DHA (Dokosaheksaenoat Acid) which have an important role for human health. In addition to omega-3 fatty acids there is also a squalen obtained from liver of sharkoils that have considerable benefits to human health as inhibitor cancer, diabetes and endurance. The combination of sardine oil rich omega-3 and squalen from shark oils into commercial emulsified products is underresearch. This research aims to make emulsion formulation fish oils rich of omega-3 and squaleneby treating the guar gum emulsifier concentration. Based on the stability test parameters and droplet / globula size the best emulsion product was produced on a formula with guar gum concentration of 1.1%.
 
Publisher Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Alkhairaat Palu
 
Date 2018-06-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://pengolahanpangan.jurnalpertanianunisapalu.com/index.php/pangan/article/view/8
10.31970/pangan.v3i1.8
 
Source Jurnal Pengolahan Pangan; Vol 3 No 1 (2018); 16-21
2621-6973
2527-5631
10.31970/pangan.v3i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://pengolahanpangan.jurnalpertanianunisapalu.com/index.php/pangan/article/view/8/4
 
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