Seaweed in Health and Disease Prevention

 
 
Academic Press
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  • erschienen am 5. April 2016
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  • 476 Seiten
 
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Seaweed in Health and Disease Prevention presents the potential usage of seaweed, macroalgae, and their extracts for enhancing health and disease. The book explores the possibilities in a comprehensive way, including outlining how seaweed can be used as a source of macronutrients and micronutrients, as well as nutraceuticals. The commercial value of seaweed for human consumption is increasing year-over-year, and some countries harvest several million tons annually. This text lays out the properties and effects of seaweeds and their use in the food industry, offering a holistic view of the ability of seaweed to impact or effect angiogenesis, tumors, diabetes and glucose control, oxidative stress, fungal infections, inflammation and infection, the gut, and the liver.

  • Combines foundational information and nutritional context, offering a holistic approach to the relationship between sea vegetables, diet, nutrition, and health
  • Provides comprehensive coverage of health benefits, including sea vegetables as sources of nutraceuticals and their specific applications in disease prevention, such as angiogenesis, diabetes, fungal infections, and others
  • Includes Dictionary of Terms, Key Facts, and Summary points in each chapter to enhance comprehension
  • Includes information on toxic varieties and safe consumption guidelines to supplement basic coverage of health benefits
  • Englisch
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978-0-12-802793-6 (9780128027936)
0128027932 (0128027932)
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  • Front Cover
  • Seaweed in Health and Disease Prevention
  • Seaweed in Health and Disease Prevention
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • List of Contributors
  • About the Editors
  • Acknowledgment
  • 1 - Algae: A Way of Life and Health
  • REFERENCES
  • 2 - Society and Seaweed: Understanding the Past and Present
  • INTRODUCTION
  • USES OF SEAWEED: PAST AND PRESENT
  • NONCONSUMPTIVE HUMAN USES
  • Production of Glass and Soap
  • ANIMAL FEED AND FERTILIZER
  • HOUSEHOLD USES
  • MEDICINE
  • HUMAN CONSUMPTION
  • JAPAN
  • Nori
  • KOREA
  • CONTEMPORARY CULTURE AND CONSUMPTION
  • NEW INDUSTRIAL USES OF SEAWEED
  • HARVESTING
  • WILD HARVESTING TECHNIQUES
  • Cultivation of Edible Seaweeds
  • European Aquaculture
  • Seaweed Harvesters
  • INSTITUTIONS AND MANAGEMENT
  • THE HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF INSTITUTIONS
  • Property Rights and Access to the Resources
  • MANAGING SEAWEED HARVESTING
  • Korea
  • Japan
  • DISCUSSION: LOOKING FORWARD
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • REFERENCES
  • 3 - Biology of Seaweeds
  • INTRODUCTION
  • ECOLOGY OF SEAWEEDS
  • DEFENSE MECHANISMS IN SEAWEEDS
  • ESCAPING FROM HERBIVORES
  • CHEMICAL DEFENSE
  • MORPHOLOGICAL OR STRUCTURAL DEFENSE
  • NUTRITIONAL DEFENSE
  • HERBIVORY TOLERANCE
  • EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE SEAWEED COMMUNITY
  • RANGE OF THALLUS ORGANIZATION
  • MAJOR GROUPS OF SEAWEEDS
  • GREEN SEAWEEDS
  • Ulva (Sea Lettuce)
  • Cladophora
  • Coenocytic or Siphonaceous Green Seaweeds
  • Valonia
  • BROWN SEAWEEDS
  • Dictyota
  • Padina
  • Ectocarpus
  • Laminaria
  • Fucales
  • RED SEAWEEDS
  • Coralline Red Seaweeds
  • Porphyra
  • Gracilaria
  • Polysiphonia
  • Rhodymeniales and Palmariales
  • Kappaphycus
  • Grateloupia sp
  • COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS OF SEAWEEDS
  • SEAWEEDS AS FOOD
  • Nutritional Value of Seaweeds
  • Carbohydrates and Dietary Fibers
  • Minerals
  • Proteins and Amino Acids
  • Lipids and Fats
  • Vitamins
  • SEAWEEDS AS MEDICINE
  • SEAWEEDS AS FERTILIZERS
  • Composition of Seaweed Biofertilizers
  • SEAWEEDS AS BIOFUELS
  • PIGMENTS AND PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS
  • SEAWEEDS AS A SOURCE OF PAPER
  • SEAWEEDS AND COSMETICS
  • REFERENCES
  • 4 - Macroalgae Systematics
  • INTRODUCTION
  • GREEN ALGAE
  • BROWN ALGAE
  • RED ALGAE
  • REFERENCES
  • 5 - Seaweeds as Food
  • INTRODUCTION
  • SEAWEED RESOURCES
  • VALORIZATION OF SEAWEEDS
  • VALORIZATION IN HUMAN FOOD
  • VALORIZATION AS SEA VEGETABLES OR INGREDIENTS
  • COMPOSITION AND NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF SEAWEEDS
  • VALORIZATION AS A SOURCE OF HYDROCOLLOIDS
  • SEAWEEDS AS A SOURCE OF ANIMAL NUTRITION
  • VALORIZATION OF PIGMENTS AS FOOD COLORANTS
  • MACERATED SEAWEEDS
  • FERMENTED SEAWEEDS
  • OTHER FOOD PROCESSES
  • NEW FOOD EXTRACTS
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCES
  • 6 - Seaweed and Alcohol: Biofuel or Booze?
  • INTRODUCTION
  • SPECIES AND PRODUCTION
  • CULTIVATION SYSTEMS
  • PROCESSING AND FERMENTATION OF MACROALGAE BIOMASS
  • CONSUMPTIVE ALCOHOL
  • SEAWEED TO MAKE ALCOHOL AND SEAWEEDS THAT SERVE AS DISTILLATION APPARATUS
  • HARD LIQUOR
  • CRAFT BEERS
  • WINE
  • CONCLUDING REMARKS
  • REFERENCES
  • 7 - Lipids, Fatty Acids, Glycolipids, and Phospholipids
  • TOTAL LIPID CONTENT
  • BROWN SEAWEEDS
  • GREEN SEAWEEDS
  • RED SEAWEEDS
  • DISTRIBUTION OF FATTY ACIDS IN SEAWEED LIPIDS
  • BROWN SEAWEEDS
  • RED SEAWEEDS
  • LIPID COMPOSITION
  • BROWN SEAWEEDS
  • RED SEAWEEDS
  • GREEN SEAWEEDS
  • ALGAL LIPID IN HEALTH AND DISEASE PREVENTION
  • ABBREVIATIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • 8 - Carbohydrates From Seaweeds
  • INTRODUCTION
  • STRUCTURE OF CARBOHYDRATES
  • MONOSACCHARIDES AND DISACCHARIDES
  • POLYSACCHARIDES
  • GLYCOCONJUGATES
  • SPECIFICITIES OF CARBOHYDRATES FROM SEAWEEDS
  • GREEN MACROALGAE
  • Diversity Among Green Seaweeds
  • Cell Walls of Green Algae
  • Skeletal Fibrillary Polysaccharides of Ulvophyceae
  • Matrix Polysaccharides of Ulvophyceae
  • Presence of Hydroxyproline-Rich Glycoproteins
  • Variability Among Green Macroalgae
  • Activities From Ulvans
  • Charophycean Green Algae of Interest
  • RED MACROALGAE
  • Diversity Among Red Seaweeds
  • Storage Products of Red Algae (Floridean Starch and Osmolytes)
  • Floridean Starch
  • Soluble Organic Carbon Compounds or Compatible Solutes
  • Cell Walls of Red Algae
  • Cellulose
  • Mannans
  • Xylans
  • Sulfated Galactans
  • BROWN MACROALGAE
  • Diversity Among Brown Seaweeds
  • Storage Metabolites of Brown Algae
  • Laminaran
  • Mannitol
  • Cell Wall Polysaccharides
  • Alginic Acid and Alginates
  • Fucoidans
  • PROPERTIES OF CARBOHYDRATES
  • SALT ACCLIMATION OF ALGAE: OSMOACCLIMATION AND OSMOREGULATION APPLICATIONS IN INDUSTRIAL SECTORS
  • ADHESIVE PROPERTIES OF CARBOHYDRATES
  • GELLING PROPERTIES AND HYDROGEL FROM SEAWEEDS
  • Gelling Properties of Polysaccharides From Green Algae
  • Gelling Properties of Polysaccharides From Red Algae
  • Gelling Properties of Polysaccharides From Brown Algae
  • CONCLUSION
  • THE SYNTHESIS OF LIGNIN IN THE CELL WALL OF SOME MACROALGAE
  • THE POTENTIALITY OF PRODUCING ENERGY WITH MACROALGAE?
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • REFERENCES
  • 9 - Proteins and Pigments
  • INTRODUCTION
  • PIGMENTS
  • STRUCTURE OF SEAWEED PIGMENTS
  • Pigment Complex and Cellular Location
  • Light-Harvesting Complexes in Macroalgae
  • Phycobilisomes in Red Seaweeds
  • Chlorophylls
  • Carotenoids
  • Carotenes
  • Xanthophylls
  • Phycobiliproteins
  • Phycoerythrins
  • Phycocyanin
  • Allophycocyanin
  • Phycoerythrocyanin
  • SPECTROSCOPY
  • PIGMENTS IN SEAWEEDS
  • EXTRACTION PROCESSES
  • METHODS OF QUANTIFICATION
  • Equations for Chlorophylls and Carotenoids
  • Equations for Phycobiliproteins
  • HPLC Method
  • PROTEINS
  • PROTEINIC COMPOSITION AND VARIATIONS AMONG SEAWEED PHYLA
  • Brown Seaweeds
  • Green Seaweeds
  • Red Seaweeds
  • AMINO ACID COMPOSITION OF SEAWEEDS AND VARIATION FACTORS
  • Amino Acid Composition
  • Variation Factors
  • IMPROVEMENT OF EXTRACTION METHODS
  • Traditional Techniques
  • Sample Preparation
  • Aqueous Extraction
  • Alkaline Extraction
  • Novel Techniques for Protein Extraction
  • Enzymatic Extraction
  • Ultrasound-Assisted Extraction
  • Microwave-Assisted Extraction
  • Supercritical Fluid Extraction
  • APPLICATIONS
  • CONCLUSION AND FUTURE TRENDS
  • REFERENCES
  • 10 - Seaweeds in Human Health
  • INTRODUCTION
  • SEAWEEDS AND CANCER
  • EPIDEMIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE
  • SEAWEEDS AND CRUDE EXTRACTS
  • SEAWEED-EXTRACTED MOLECULES FOR CANCER PREVENTION OR TREATMENT
  • Fucoidans
  • Fucoidans, Invasion, and Tumor Vascularization
  • Fucoidans and Immunity
  • Fucoidan, Apoptosis, and Cell Growth Arrest
  • Fucoxanthin
  • Antiproliferative Potential of Fucoxanthin
  • Fucoxanthin and Cell Cycle Arrest
  • Fucoxanthin Induces Apoptosis
  • Antiangiogenic Effect
  • Carrageenans
  • Laminarin
  • Phlorotannins
  • OTHERS MOLECULES AND MECHANISMS
  • SEAWEEDS AND CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH
  • SEAWEED PRECLINICAL STUDIES
  • Seaweed Clinical or Epidemiological Studies
  • Seaweed-Extracted Molecules
  • Polysaccharides
  • Proteins and Peptides
  • Carotenoids
  • SEAWEEDS AND OBESITY, METABOLIC SYNDROME, AND DIABETES
  • SEAWEED CONSUMPTION AND OBESITY-RELATED DISORDERS: EPIDEMIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE
  • SEAWEEDS AND OBESITY-RELATED DISORDERS: PRECLINICAL EVIDENCE
  • SEAWEEDS AND OBESITY-RELATED DISORDERS: CLINICAL STUDIES
  • SEAWEEDS AND OSTEOPOROSIS
  • SEAWEED CONSUMPTION AND OSTEOPOROSIS: EPIDEMIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE
  • SEAWEEDS AND OSTEOPOROSIS: PRECLINICAL EVIDENCE
  • SEAWEEDS AND OSTEOPOROSIS: CLINICAL STUDIES
  • SEAWEEDS AND GUT HEALTH
  • IMPROVEMENT OF GASTROINTESTINAL HEALTH BY SEAWEEDS
  • DIFFERENT SPECIES MAY HAVE DIFFERENT EFFECTS
  • NEUROLOGICAL BENEFIT OF SEAWEEDS
  • DEPRESSION AND PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS
  • ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
  • PARKINSON'S DISEASE
  • NEUROINFLAMMATION
  • PAIN AND NOCICEPTION
  • EPILEPSY
  • NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCES
  • 11 - Medicinal Properties: Antibiotic, Tonic, and Antiparasitic Properties
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CURRENT MEDICINAL USES OF SEAWEEDS
  • TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL USES OF SEAWEEDS
  • Antibiotics
  • Traditional Uses
  • In Vitro Experimental Data
  • In Vivo Experimental and "Animal Clinical" Data
  • Tonics
  • Traditional Uses
  • In Vitro Experimental Data
  • In Vivo Experimental Data
  • Clinical Data
  • Antiparasitic Activities
  • Traditional Uses
  • In Vitro and in Vivo Experimental Data
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCES
  • 12 - Antiallergic Properties
  • INTRODUCTION
  • ANTIALLERGIC COMPOUNDS
  • MACROALGAL PHENOLS
  • PHENOLIC ACTIVE FRACTIONS IN MACROALGAE
  • MACROALGAL SPECIES WITH ACTIVE PHENOLS
  • POLYSACCHARIDES
  • PERSPECTIVES
  • FUNCTIONAL FOODS
  • HARMLESSNESS
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCES
  • 13 - Toxic and Harmful Seaweeds
  • INTRODUCTION
  • INCIDENTS OF FRESH SEAWEEDS CAUSING ILLNESS AND DEATH
  • CAULERPA (CHLOROPHYTA)-RELATED INCIDENTS
  • GRACILARIA (RHODOPHYTA)-RELATED INCIDENTS
  • ACANTHOPHORA (RHODOPHYTA)-RELATED INCIDENTS
  • SPHAEROTRICHIA, NEMACYSTUS, AND CLADOSIPHON (HETEROKONTOPHYTA)-RELATED INCIDENTS
  • CONCLUSIONS FROM FRESH SEAWEED CONSUMPTION
  • HEALTH CONCERNS AND HARMFUL EFFECTS OF SEAWEED PRODUCTS
  • ARSENIC AND IODINE
  • Carrageenan
  • HARMFUL COMMUNITY AND ECOSYSTEM EFFECTS OF SEAWEEDS
  • REFERENCES
  • 14 - Seaweed Application in Cosmetics
  • INTRODUCTION
  • GENERAL ASPECTS OF COSMETIC FORMULATION
  • MACROALGAE AS A SOURCE OF ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
  • SEAWEED EXTRACTS AS ACTIVE INGREDIENTS FOR SLIMMING PRODUCTS
  • ALGAE EXTRACTS AS ACTIVE INGREDIENTS FOR MOISTURIZING AND ANTIAGING PRODUCTS
  • Water and Skin
  • The Interest of Algae in the Field of Skin Moisturizing
  • Algae Extracts as Active Ingredients for Antiaging Products
  • Reminders About Skin Aging
  • The Advantage of Algae in the Field of Antiaging
  • Algae Extracts as Active Ingredients in the Field of Topical Photoprotection
  • Algae Extracts as Active Ingredients in the Field of Skin Whitening
  • SEAWEEDS AS A SOURCE OF EXCIPIENTS
  • SEAWEEDS AS A SOURCE OF ADDITIVES
  • SEAWEEDS AS A SOURCE OF PRESERVATIVES
  • SEAWEEDS AS A SOURCE OF DYES
  • SEAWEEDS AS A SOURCE OF AROMAS AND FRAGRANCES
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCES
  • Index
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
  • R
  • S
  • T
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • X
  • Y
  • Z
  • Back Cover

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