Health Benefits of Secondary Phytocompounds from Plant and Marine Sources


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Plant-Based Secondary PhytocompoundsFunctional Foods: Bioavailability, Structure, and Nutritional PropertiesINTRODUCTIONFOOD STRUCTURE, BIOAVAILABILITY, AND FUNCTIONALITYFOOD STRUCTURE AND BIOAVAILABILITYFOOD STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONALITYCLASSIFICATION OF HEALTH FOODSDESIGNING EXCIPIENT FOODSDESIGNING FUNCTIONAL/MEDICAL FOODSCONSIDERATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF FUNCTIONAL FOODSDESIGNING FOODS WITH DIETARY BIOACTIVE LIPIDSMETHODS OF DESIGNING DIETARY BIOACTIVE LIPIDSDELIVERY SYSTEMS EOR BIOACTIVE LIPIDSFORMULATION OF ANTIOXIDANTSDESIGNING FOODS WITH ADDED MICRONUTRIENTSSTRUCTURING PROTEINS FOR IMPROVING NUTRITIONAL PROFILE OF FOODDESIGNING LOW ENERGY DENSITY FOODSDESIGNING LOW SALT FOODSSTRUCTURING FIBERS FOR IMPROVING NUTRITIONAL PROFILE OF FOOD PRODUCTSDESIGNING FOOD STRUCTURE FOR IMPROVING PLEASUREMICROSTRUCTURAL APPROACH TO DESIGN EMULSIONSSUMMARYKEYWORDSREFERENCESSECONDARY METABOLITES FROM CLERODENDRUM INFORTUNATUM L.: THEIR BIOACTIVITIES AND HEALTH BENEFITSINTRODUCTIONSECONDARY METABOLITES FROM MEDICINAL PLANTSHERBAL MEDICINES: PHARMACOLOGICALLY BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDSCLERODENDRUM INFORTUNATUM (HILL GLORY BOWER)TRADITIONAL USES OF CLERODENDRUM INFORTUNATUMOTHER USES OF C. INFORTUNATUMPHYTOCONSTITUENTS IN CLERODENDRUM INFORTUNATUMPHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIESFUTURE PERSPECTIVESSUMMARYKEYWORDSREFERENCESFUNCTIONAL BENEFITS OF FICUS H ISP/ DA L.INTRODUCTIONHISTORY OF PLANT-BASED MEDICINESCURRENT SCENARIOPHYTOCONSTITUENTSFICUS HISPIDA L.EXTRACTION METHODSPHYTOCHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF THE SELECTED MEDICINAL PLANTSTRADITIONAL FOODS: FICUS HISPIDAFUTURE PROSPECTSSUMMARYKEYWORDSREFERENCESAnti-Inflammatory Properties of Bioactive Compounds from Medicinal PlantsGARLIC (ALLIUM SATIVUM)GINGER (ZINGIBER OFFICINALE)CRAB'S EYE (ABRUS PRECATORIUS L.)HOLLY-LEAVED ACANTHUS (ACANTHUS ILICIFOLIUS L.)TURMERIC (CURCUMA LONGA)ONION (ALLIUM СЕРА)CINNAMON (CINNAMOMUM SP.)SAFFRON (CROCUS SATIVUS)JUJUBE (ZIZIPHUS JUJUBE)MEADOW SAFFRON (COLCHICUM LUTEUM)HEMP (CANNABIS SATIVA)LAPACHO TREE (HANDROANTHUS IMPETIGINOSUS)OREGANO (ORIGANUM VULGARE)ROSEMARY (ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS)ALOE VERACOMMON MYRTLE (MYRTUS COMMUNIS)HEN-OF-THE-WOOD (GRIFOLA FRONDOSA)NEEM (AZADIRACHTA INDICA)CREAT OR GREEN CHIRETA (ANDROGRAPFIIS PANICULATA)AMLA (EMBUCA OFFICINALIS/PHYLANTHUS FMLICA L.)MAIDENHAIR TREE (GINKGO BILOBA)NON I (MORINDA CITRIFOLIA)GINSENG (PANAX GINSENG)SUMMARYKEYWORDSREFERENCESTherapeutic Potential of Anthocyanin Against DiabetesINTRODUCTIONSTARCH HYDROLYZING ENZYMES: BRIEF GLIMPSEANTHOCYANIN: CHEMICAL STRUCTURE AND DISTRIBUTIONPOTENTIAL OF ANTHOCYANIN MOLECULES FOR DIABETES THERAPYANTHOCYANINS: METHODS TO INCREASE BIOAVAILABILITY, PROCESS STABILITYSUMMARYKEYWORDSREFERENCESII. Secondary Phytocompounds from Marine SourcesTherapeutic Potential of Marine Foods: A ReviewINTRODUCTIONPOTENTIAL HEALTH BENEFITS FROM ALGAE: WOMEN HEALTH, LONGEVITY AND BEAUTYANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITYANTICANCER ACTIVITYANTIVIRAL ACTIVITYANTIOSTEOPOROSIS ACTIVITYANTI-OBESITY ACTIVITYANTIDIABETIC ACTIVITYSKIN WHITENING ACTIVITYPOTENTIAL BENEFITS FROM FISH: WOMEN HEALTH AND LONGEVITYFISH: BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDSOMEGA-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS (PUFAS) VERSUS TARGET DISEASESCARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES (CVDS)CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS VERSUS OMEGA-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS (FAS)ARRHYTHMIASBLOOD PRESSURESUMMARYKEYWORDSREFERENCESMarine Natural Products for Human Health CareINTRODUCTIONMARINE NATURAL PRODUCTSMARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS: EVOLUTIONARY AND ECOLOGICAL ROLESCHEMO DIVERSITY OF MARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS: ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVESCREENING OF MARINE ORGANISMS FOR NATURAL PRODUCTSSAMPLE COLLECTIONHANDLING AND PROCESSINGEXTRACTION OF MARINE ORGANISMS: OUTLINE ON SAMPLE PREPARATION AND EXTRACTION TECHNIQUESFRACTIONATION OF MARINE EXTRACTSROLE OF BIOASSAYS IN SCREENING OF MARINE NATURAL PRODUCTSTYPES OF BIOASSA YSHIGH THROUGHPUT SCREENING (HTS) FOR THE DETECTION OF BIOACTIVITY IN CRUDE EXTRACTS OR FRACTIONSISOLATIONTHIN LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY(TLC)HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY (HPLC)STRUCTURAL ELUCIDATIONNEW TECHNOLOGIES IN SEPARATION SCIENCEMARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS AND THEIR POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS IN MEDICINEMARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS AND CANCERMARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS AS ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTSMARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS AS ANALGESIC AGENTSMARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS AGAINST CARDIO VASCULAR DISEASESMARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS AGAINST HYPERTENSIONMARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS AGAINST HIVBIOCOMPOUNDS AGAINST OTHER INFECTIOUS AGENTSCHALLENGES FACED BY INDUSTRIES IN DRUGS FROM MARINE NATURAL PRODUCTSSUMMARYKEYWORDSREFERENCESMarine Fungi-Derived Secondary Metabolites: Potential as Future Drugs for Health CareINTRODUCTIONMARINE FUNGI AS SOURCE OF FUTURE DRUGSMANGROVESALGASEDIMENTSPONGESCORALSTUNICATESCRABSSEA WORMSSEA CUCUMBERSEAWATERSUMMARYKEYWORDSREFERENCESMarine Biotoxins: Symptoms and Monitoring ProgramsINTRODUCTIONTYPES OF SHELLFISH POISONINGH YDROPHILIC TOXINSAMNESIC SHELLFISH POISONING (ASP)PARALYTIC SHELLFISH POISONING (PSP)LIPOPHILIC TOXINSCIGUATERA SHELLFISH POISONING (CFP)AZASPIRACID SHELLFISH POISONING (ASP)DIARRHEICSHELLFISH POISONING (DSP)NEUROTOXIC SHELLFISH POISONING (NSP)SUMMARYKEYWORDSREFERENCES
 
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