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“…It can be seen that the seeds are rich in protein, fat, and fiber (23.27%, 28.35%, and 37.44%, respectively). Similar results were found by Sargi et al (2013) upon analyzing the composition of chia seeds, 45.30% for total carbohydrates, which is almost entirely composed of fibers. Vázquez-Ovando et al (2009) determined the total, insoluble, and soluble fiber contents of chia seeds with values of 56.46%, 53.45%, and 3.01% respectively; ACNFP, (2003) found 33.95% for total fiber, 30.43% for insoluble fiber, and 3.01% for soluble fiber.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 83%
“…It can be seen that the seeds are rich in protein, fat, and fiber (23.27%, 28.35%, and 37.44%, respectively). Similar results were found by Sargi et al (2013) upon analyzing the composition of chia seeds, 45.30% for total carbohydrates, which is almost entirely composed of fibers. Vázquez-Ovando et al (2009) determined the total, insoluble, and soluble fiber contents of chia seeds with values of 56.46%, 53.45%, and 3.01% respectively; ACNFP, (2003) found 33.95% for total fiber, 30.43% for insoluble fiber, and 3.01% for soluble fiber.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 83%
“…JGSO presented 425.20 mg g -1 of LNA in TL, which is nine times higher than that of SO, and similar to the LNA content in golden flaxseed (483.49 mg g -1 of TL) and chia oil (544.85 mg g -1 of TL). 44 The SO presented 515.69 mg g -1 of LA in TL, which is 2.5 times higher than that of JGSO. These amounts of LNA and LA yield a n-6/n-3 ratio of 0.49 for JGSO that is 23 times lower than that of SO.…”
Section: Fatty Acid Composition -Extracted Oil and Experimental Feedsmentioning
confidence: 76%
“…In addition to the rich composition in PUFAs, specially LNA, the JGSO also presents low levels of SFAs (98.79 mg g -1 of LT) similar to golden flaxseed (123.69 mg g -1 of LT) and chia oil (83.55 mg g -1 of LT). 44 A dietary high intake of SFAs is associated with an increase of coronary heart diseases 46,47 Therefore, the JGSO is a potential alternative to prepare supplemented diets, as suggested in the introduction section of this work.…”
Section: Fatty Acid Composition -Extracted Oil and Experimental Feedsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…During the heating process fatty acids' bioavailability of flaxseed is not affected (Cunnane et al 1995), the alphalinolenic acids remaining stable in the food in which the flaxseed is incorporated (Chen et al 1992). Of the two varieties, the golden flaxseed contains a higher amount of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids than the brown one (Sargi et al 2013). Regarding the amino acid composition of flaxseed, it is comparable with that of soy, both oilseeds having high levels of glutamic acid, leucine, aspartic acid and arginine.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%