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Paper Title: Macromolecules and Sensory quality studies on millet based formulation in context to elite athletic performance
Authors Name: Bhargavi M , Veena BM , Sushma B. V
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Published Paper Id: IJRTi2206056
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 6, June-2022
Abstract: Sports nutrition plays an important role in keeping athletes healthy, preventing fatigues and illness associated with poor recovery. Nutrient rich bars can be used as dietary supplement by athletes and other physically active people to maintain their calorific and other nutrient requirements. These kind of bars are convenient and quick in providing energy and nutrients which helps in improving strength and endurance level of athletes during any endurance training or exercise events. Nutrient rich bar can be consumed as pre or post workout snack to improve the strength of an athlete. Hence present study was undertaken to develop nutrient rich bar and evaluate its acceptability. A ready to eat nutrient rich bar was developed using locally available and nutritionally superior ingredients, such as bajra flakes, jowar flakes, dates, dates syrup, grated coconut, pumpkin flesh, gum, almonds, and flax seeds. Two variations of nutrient rich bars were developed (S1 with Bajra flakes and S2 with Jowar flakes) keeping other ingredients common. The developed products were subjected to sensory evaluation by a panel of 50 semi trained members using 9 point hedonic scale. The study found that both the bars were accepted by the panel but the mean sensory score was highest for S1 (8.16, 7, 8.14, 7.82, 8.36, 8.4) when compared to S2 (8.02, 8.02, 8.12, 7.64, 8.2, 8.3) for appearance colour, flavour, texture, taste and overall acceptability respectively. The sensory evaluation showed significant difference between the variations and highly accepted product was chosen for nutrient analysis per 100g. The developed bars revealed it has 357g of Energy, 80g of carbohydrates , 8g of Fat , 10g of protein . Evidently investigation shows the presence of significant nutrient proportion in the millet based sports bar formulation .Formulation found to be a plant based nutraceutical meeting the special demands in sports endurance and performance
Keywords: Sports nutrition, endurance level, acceptability, millet bar and athletes.
Cite Article: "Macromolecules and Sensory quality studies on millet based formulation in context to elite athletic performance ", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 6, page no.319 - 325, June-2022, Available :
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Country: mysuru, karnataka, India
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