Soya lecithin is a compound made from soybean oil and is found in many commercially produced foods and dietary supplements. There are a few known mild side effects to using soya lecithin, but overall health reports are positive. Some scientists believe that soya lecithin contains nutrients that can help the body improve cardiovascular health, athletic performance, liver function, and fetal
Peanut flour is the material left over after peanuts are crushed and drained of their oil. This gluten-free alternative to wheat flour is regularly used to enhance the flavor of various recipes or as a substitute in low-carbohydrate diets. It can be found in sauces, soups, breads, cakes and noodles as well as several types of protein shakes and bars.
Safflower, which is also known as carthamus tinctorius, is a plant that is primarily grown for use as a herbal medication and for food. The plant is native to India, Iran, and North Africa, and it can also be found in other parts of the world, including areas on North America. Safflower grows to be approximately 3-feet
Soap is widely used, in addition to the familiar ones for washing clothes, and is widely used in the textile industry. Usually used as the sodium salt of higher fatty acids, generally called hard soap; its potassium salt is called soft soap, mostly used for shampooing and shaving. Its ammonium salt is often used as
Abstract Sesame seed has the most oil compounds (%50), but all of its oil not extracts due to being difficult of extraction. The target of this review article is comparing different extraction method of sesame oil. Sesame oil extraction methods categorizes in two groups; laboratory method and industrial method including, Hot water flotation, Ram Press,