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Title Honey : geographical origins, bioactive properties and health benefits / Ruben Ramirez, editor.
Imprint New York : Novinka, [2016]

Series Biochemistry research trends
Biochemistry research trends series.
Subject Honey -- Therapeutic use.
Honey -- Health aspects.
Alt Name Ramirez, Ruben,
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
Contents Preface; Chapter 1; Assessment of Geographical Origin of Honey by Chemometrics; Abstract; List of Abbreviations of Chapter; Introduction; Assessment of Geographical Origin of Honey; Elemental Analysis; Amino Acid Profile and Proteins; Physicochemical Parameters; Volatile Compounds; Mass Spectrometry; Electronic Nose; Sugars; Electronic Tongue; Mass Spectrometry; Undefined Compounds; Infrared Spectroscopy; Multiple Organic Compounds; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy; Multiple Organic and Inorganic Compounds; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 2.
The Confirmation of Botanic Origin of the Croatian Black Locust Honey from the Krapina-Zagorje RegionAbstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Aim of the Paper; 3. Materials; 3.1. Methods; 3.1.1. The determination of the relative Content of Pollen in Honey; 3.1.2. The Determination of Water in Honey; 3.1.3. The Determination of Free Acid in Honey; 3.1.4. The Determination of Electrical Conductivity in Honey; 3.1.5. The Determination of Reducing Sugars and Sucrose in Honey; 3.1.6. The Determination of Diastase Activity in Honey.
3.1.7. The Determination of Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) in Honey Using the Winkler Method3.1.8. Statistical Data Analysis; 4. Results; 5. Discussion; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 3; Prebiotic and Probiotic Properties of Honey; Abstract; Introduction; Prebiotics in Honey; The Carbohydrate Composition of Honey; The Effect of Honey on the Probiotic Microorganisms; Prebiotics in Honey; Probiotic Lactic Acid Bacteria in Honey; Species Content of Lactic Acid Bacteria in Honey; Value of LAB in the Honeybee Organism.
The Antibacterial Activity of Honey LAB against Human and Animal PathogensSpore-Forming Probiotic Bacteria in Honey; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 4; Traditional and Modern Uses of Honey: An Updated Review; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Polyphenolic Content of Honey; 3. Therapeutic Roles of Honey as an Alternative Medicine; 3.1. Antioxidant Properties of Honey; 3.2. Antimicrobial Activity of Honey; 3.2.1. Honey in Wound Healing; 3.3. Anticancerous Properties of Honey; 3.4. Anti-Inflammatory Capacity of Honey; 3.5. Gastro-Intestinal Health and Honey.
3.6. Prebiotic and Probiotic Effects of Honey3.7. Antiviral Properties of Honey; 3.8. Ophthalmological Properties of Honey; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5; The Secrets of Honey:; Why This Old Remedy Is Still Useful; Abstract; Introduction; Traditional Uses of Honey; Honey in Modern Medicine; Wound Healing Properties of Honey; Conclusion; References; Index.
ISBN 9781634854719 (ebook)
9781634854566 (softcover)
OCLC # 953387233
Additional Format Print version: Honey New York : Novinka, [2016] 9781634854566 (DLC) 2016022650

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