Antioxidative effect of dietary Camelina meal in fresh, stored, or cooked broiler chicken meat – A. E. Aziza, N. Quezada and G. Cherian – Journal of Poultry Science 2010

by Shopify API on November 03, 2014

Summary: Study was conducted to investigate the effects of feeding C. sativa meal to broiler birds on phenolic compounds, tocopherols, flavonoids, antioxidant capacity, and lipid peroxidation in chicken thigh meat during short or long-term storage and cooking. Study showed that Camelina meal could be effective in inhibiting lipid oxidation and enhancing antioxidant capacity. However, the effect was more prominent in the thigh than breast meat.