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Organoleptic Evaluation of Calcium and Protein-rich snacks Developed from Macrotyloma uniflorum, Papaver somniferum and Sesamum indicum using TOPSIS

Shelly Garg, Dr Luxita Sharma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 3526-3537

Horse gramis used as a remedy for kidney stones, bronchial asthma, bronchitis, leukoderma, urinary discharges, heart diseases and piles. Besides, it also possesses anti-diabetic, anti-ulcer interest and helps in nutritional management of obesity due to the presence of beneficial bioactive compounds.The opium poppy (Papaver somniferum) produces a variety of extensively used medicinal alkaloids like morphine, codeine, thebain and porphyroxine which might be the maximum important element of this plant. It is used as analgesic, narcotic, sedative, stimulant in addition to nutritive, and so forth. It is also beneficial in headache, cough, insomnia, cardiac asthma, and biliary colic.Sesame seeds likewise contain two exceptional substances: sesamin and sesamolin known to have a cholesterol bringing impact in people and down to forestall hypertension. Cephalin, a phospholipid from sesame seed has been accounted for to have haemostatics action.The product is made by using different methods including soaking, drying, grinding, roasting and microwave baking. Overall, 4 samples have been advanced to determine the most ideal food product thru sensory evaluation by using different individuals.Statistical tests like MAHP and TOPSIS were used to rank the samples. Sample D shows both highest ranking in TOPSIS as well as high hedonic rating, among all four samples containing 40% horse gram, 35% poppys seeds and 25% sesame seeds. The aim of the product developed is to prevent and control Calcium deficiency. Apart from this, the product is calorie dense; rich in protein, omega fatty acids and antioxidant, which are required in building immunity.

Organoleptic Evaluation of Calcium and Protein-rich snacks Developed from Macrotyloma uniflorum, Papaver somniferum and Sesamum indicum using TOPSIS

Shelly Garg, Dr Luxita Sharma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 9122-9132

Horse gramis used as a remedy for kidney stones, bronchial asthma, bronchitis,
leukoderma, urinary discharges, heart diseases and piles. Besides, it also possesses antidiabetic,
anti-ulcer interest and helps in nutritional management of obesity due to the
presence of beneficial bioactive compounds.The opium poppy (Papaver somniferum)
produces a variety of extensively used medicinal alkaloids like morphine, codeine, thebain
and porphyroxine which might be the maximum important element of this plant. It is used
as analgesic, narcotic, sedative, stimulant in addition to nutritive, and so forth. It is also
beneficial in headache, cough, insomnia, cardiac asthma, and biliary colic.Sesame seeds
likewise contain two exceptional substances: sesamin and sesamolin known to have a
cholesterol bringing impact in people and down to forestall hypertension. Cephalin, a
phospholipid from sesame seed has been accounted for to have haemostatics action.The
product is made by using different methods including soaking, drying, grinding, roasting and
microwave baking. Overall, 4 samples have been advanced to determine the most ideal food
product thru sensory evaluation by using different individuals.Statistical tests like MAHP
and TOPSIS were used to rank the samples. Sample D shows both highest ranking in
TOPSIS as well as high hedonic rating, among all four samples containing 40% horse gram,
35% poppys seeds and 25% sesame seeds. The aim of the product developed is to prevent
and control Calcium deficiency. Apart from this, the product is calorie dense; rich in protein,
omega fatty acids and antioxidant, which are required in building immunity.