Over 40 days, lambs were fed: concentrate (C), concentrate containing 20% linseed (L), concentrate containing 35% olive cake (OC), or concentrate containing 10% linseed and 17% olive cake (OCL). The polyun- saturated fatty acids (PUFA) and peroxidation index (PI) in phospholipids were increased by the L and OCL treatments (P=0.007 and P=0.003, respectively). The OC and OCL diets increased the concentration of to- copherol in muscle (Pb0.001). Compared to the OC and OCL diet, the L diet increased fatty acid oxidation, measured as conjugated dienes (CD; P=0.003), peroxides (PV; Pb0.001) and TBARS (P=0.002) in minced muscle over 11 days of storage in high-oxygen atmosphere. Also, the L diet increased (Pb0.001) the levels cholesterol oxidation products (COPs). In conclusion, feeding olive cake improved the oxidative stability of lamb meat and the combination of olive cake and linseed improved the fatty acid composition of meat with- out compromising its oxidative stability.
|Autori:||G. Luciano;M. Pauselli;M. Servili;E. Mourvaki;A. Serra;F.J. Monahan;M. Lanza;A. Priolo;A. Zinnai;M. Mele|
|Titolo:||Dietary olive cake reduces the oxidation of lipids, including cholesterol, in lamb meat enriched in polyunsaturated fatty acids|
|Anno del prodotto:||2013|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1016/j.meatsci.2012.11.033|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|