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Nutraceuticals and-functional-foods. farwa hussain

  1. 1. NUTRACEUTICALS AND FUNCTIONAL FOODS
  2. 2. By Farwa Hussain Roll No. 04 Farzana Nazar Roll No. 06 Sana Sharif Roll No. 11 Faryal Faiz Roll No.13 Salma Ahmad Roll No.20 2
  3. 3. Introduction Need for nutraceuticals Categories of nutraceuticals Classification of nutraceuticals examples Advantages Limitations Effectiveness and safety regulations Bioavailability Safety and efficacy Labelling and health claims Conclusion CONTENTS 3
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION The term “Nutraceutical” was first coined by Dr. Stephen L. Defelice as “a product isolated or purified from foods and sold in medicinal forms. They have physiological benefit” NUTRACEUTICALS 4
  5. 5. Nutraceutical is a combination of 2 words 1. Nutrition and 2. Pharmaceutical. Nutraceuticals are food product that provides health as well as medical benefits; including the prevention and treatment of disease. 5
  6. 6. Consumers are deeply concerned about how their health care is managed, administered and priced. They are frustrated with the expensive, high tech, disease treatment approach predominant in modern medicine and are therefore seeking for complementary or alternative beneficial products NEED FOR NUTRACEUTICALS 6
  7. 7. Phytochemicals and antioxidants are two specific types of nutraceuticals. Research has proved that foods with phytochemicals may help to provide protection from diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension, e.g. carotenoids found in carrots. PHYTOCHEMICALS AND ANTIOXIDANTS 7
  8. 8. Antioxidants may be helpful in avoiding chronic diseases, by preventing oxidative damage in our body. Over the last 20 years, numbers of Nutraceuticals are available for selfmedication or for sale. 8
  9. 9. There has been a boom in sale of Nutraceutical because of -1. Adverse effects of pharmaceuticals 2. Increased tendency of patients for self-medication 3. Aging population e.g. - arthritis 9
  10. 10. Nutraceuticals are non- specific biological therapies used to promote wellness, prevent malignant processes and control symptoms. These can be grouped into the following three broad categories. 1)Nutrients: substances with established nutritional functions such as vitamins, mineral, amino acids and fatty acids. 2) Herbals: herbs or botanical products such as concentrates and extracts CATEGORIES OF NUTRACEUTICALS 10
  11. 11. 1)3) Dietary supplement: Reagents derived from other sources( Pyruvate, Chondrotin sulphate, steroid hormone precursor) serving specific function such as sports, nutrients, weight loss supplements and meal replacement) 11
  12. 12. Nutraceutical is a term used to describe product obtained from food sources that provides extra health benefits as well as basic nutritional value present in food. There are different types of products that comes under the class of nutraceuticals. CLASSIFICATION OF NUTRACEUTICALS 12
  13. 13. A dietary supplement is a product that contains nutrients derived from food products .The "dietary ingredients" present in these products are: metabolites, minerals, vitamins, herbs, and amino acids. DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS: 13
  14. 14. Functional foods are designed foods which provide enriched foods close to their natural state to consumer, rather than manufactured dietary supplements in liquid or capsule form. A process of making enriched food is called Nutrification. FUNCTIONAL FOODS: 14
  15. 15. Functional foods provide required amount of vitamins, fat, carbohydrate, amino acid etc to body.Established requirement that functional food should possess are-(1) they should be in their naturally-occurring form, (2) they should be an essential part of our daily diet, (3) should regulate a biological process in hopes of preventing or controlling disease 15
  16. 16. Improve health Delay aging Increases life expectancy Reduced side effects with desirable outcomes ADVANTAGES OF NUTRACEUTICALS 16
  17. 17. Not subjected to same testing and regulations as pharmaceuticals Majority not regulated by FDA in USA Companies creating unregulated products to create a wide profit margin Bioavailability of nutrients is lower No regulatory definition Effect may be attributed to that of a placebo LIMITATIONS 17
  18. 18. Nutraceutical products also required same level of scrutiny and regulation as "dietary supplements". Companies which involved in nutraceuticals production invest more on scientific research to substantiate their manufacturing standards, products by keeping the view in mind consumer benefits and differentiate their products from "dietary supplements ". EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY REGULATION 18
  19. 19. Now a day many international companies move within the industry, professional organizations, academia, and health regulatory agencies to add specific legal and scientific criterion to the definition and standards for nutraceuticals. 19
  20. 20. Bioavailability is "absorption rate" of a supplement product. In development of effective nutraceutical products bioavilability play important role. The bioavailability of substance which is in natural state will be more as comparison manufactured product. BIOAVAILABILITY 20
  21. 21. Nutraceuticals hold great potential, as an alternative to substance obtained by plant. Yet, some time they also cause harmful effect as seen with ephedrine, a widely used botanical ingredient in weight-loss products. Now a days peoples are more conscious about there health and these products offer the promised health benefits. But danger is associated with some product due to lake of solid information about interaction and side effect.. SAFETY AND EFFICACY 21
  22. 22. Proper labeling and health claims are very important for nutraceutical products because they alert consumers. Food and food substances can qualify for health claims only if they meet FDA requirements. LABELING AND HEALTH CLAIMS 22
  23. 23. 1. FORTIFIED CEREALS-various cereals contain vitamins and minerals. 2. VITAMIN AND MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS Vitamin A (Beta- Carotene), 3. ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS-supplements other than vitamin and minerals which have beneficial effect on health for example-cod liver oil, primrose oil, glucosamine, garlic etc. EXAMPLES OF NUTRACEUTICALS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IN MARKET- 23
  24. 24. 4. ENERGY DRINKS AND TABLETSTropicana,Minute Maid Pulp,Frooti 5. FOODS TO REDUCE CHOLESTEROL LEVELS-Abcor by Nutri-pharma, claimed to reduce cholesterol by 15-20% in 4 months. 6. PROTEIN POWDER Protinex(Dumex),GRD(Zydus), B.Protein (British Biologicals) 24
  25. 25. 7. PRO-BIOTICS-Bacteria containing foods that believed to improved health. For exampleYAKULT; contains 6.5 million lactobacillus casei shirota, which is thought to improve gut health. 8. SPORTS PRODUCTS- Glucon-D (Heinz), Glucose D (Dabur) 25
  26. 26. Nutraceutical is growing health care industry in Pakistan. Nutraceuticals is playing important role in developments of future therapeutics but it depends on control of purity, efficacy and safety. Nutraceutical products are used in prevention of disease not in cure of disease. Nutraceutical Products is collaborative research effort of pharma, food and chemistry. CONCLUSION 26
  27. 27. As healthcare industry is growing in Pakistan growth of nutraceutical is also increase because people want treat their desease by improving their health with the help of Fast Moving Healthcare Goods. Pakistan is significant Player because it has extensive markets and facilities like rich bio-diversity, world-class R & D facilities, resources, qualified human, and varied raw materials -aspects that provides edge our country. 27
  28. 28. Now “nutraceutical a day may keep the doctor away” replace the old proverb “an apple a day will keep the doctor away” Consumers are turning massively to food supplements to improve well being where pharmaceuticals fail. 28
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