Larisa Mayurnikova's research while affiliated with Kemerovo State University and other places

Publications (19)

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Contemporary human diet is poor in proteins. Therefore, the modern food science should find new sources of high-grade protein. The bracken fern is rich in proteins can be an unconventional solution to this problem. The research objective was to study the protein contents of Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn, which grows on the territory of the Krasnoya...
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Public catering is a very specific sphere with a number of factors that hinder innovative development. As a result, local public catering businesses require innovative elements that would be tailored for their needs. The research objective was to analyze the prospects of the public catering industry in the Kemerovo Region and design an instrument f...
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The WHO Global Diabetes Report notes that the number of adults with diabetes mellitus (DM) has almost quadrupled since 1980. As of January 1, 2017, this number was 422 million, which is largely due to the increase in type 2 diabetes. Traditionally, the basis of DM prevention is diet, physical activity and psycho-emotional attitude of a person. The...
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Expanding the range of products based on the introduction of new technologies is one of the conditions for customer satisfaction and the formation of loyalty programs. It is of interest to analyze and adapt technologies that are poorly studied, and therefore unclaimed at catering enterprises. The sous vide technology is among the above. Analysis of...
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Aim. The paper is aimed at developing isotonic vitamin and mineral drinks with spirulina, fruits and Siberian berries. Materials and Methods. Spirulina microalgae (Royal Forest, TU 03.21.49-009-29903295-2017) was purchased at the Healthy Food Products specialized store. The physicochemical parameters of spirulina powder were determined in accordanc...
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On January 30, 2020, the Director-General of the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. There is hardly a country in the world that is not currently facing this problem. The number of cases is constantly growing, patients and carriers being the main mode of transmission. The e...
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Introduction. The problem of micronutrient deficiency remains a relevant issue all over the world. However, it is mostly developed countries that practice food fortification. The FAO and the WHO accumulate related experience and summarize it in various documents. Yet some aspects of the problem can be solved on state level. The present research fea...
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The article presents data on the chemical composition of the powder from sprouted wheat pomace, which determines its high nutritional value: dietary fiber (45%), vitamins, mg / 100g (C - 450, P-active substances 390), minor components, mg / 100g (flavonoids 690, chlorophyll 41, tannins 1310) and minerals, mg / 100g (calcium 60, magnesium 85, phosph...
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The work presents a multi-aspect model of alimentary-dependent diseases (ADD) prevention, which demonstrates the participants in this process and their priority tasks. A method is proposed based on the use of indicators for assessing the iodine-containing products contribution to the nutritional value of diets. Calculations were performed on a micr...
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The scientific and technological development of Russia is aimed at food security and food independence of the country. The problem is solved by using local raw materials, as well. Of high priority is the creation of food products with the pre-set functional properties. The government provides grant support for the projects and scientific programs o...
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The food-borne micronutrient deficiency causes diet-related diseases. The problem is part of great challenges and demands a solution. The human body is the most vulnerable to selenium deficiency. The physiological requirement in this micronutrient is, in one respect, small – 70 mg per day, on the other hand, it causes a number of serious diseases....
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The starches use as thickening agent is due to its technological properties. Potato and corn starches are traditional thickening agents. Less common, otherwise promising agents are rice and tapioca starches. The advantages of starches and other types of thickening agents appear in composite mixtures. The article reveals the development specifics of...
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Currently, the world practice of the food technology uses an integrated approach of the deep vegetable raw processing, including the secondary resources in order to reduce the direct costs and production costs. In this research, the quantitative and qualitative composition of the marcs obtained while producing the “Vigrass” juice from the wheat ger...
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The aim of the study was to explore the antioxidant activity of aqueous extracts of leguminous crop seedlings - chickpea and lentils. For the study of antioxidant activity, an in vitro method of autooxidation of adrenaline in an alkaline medium was used. The process of adrenaline autooxidation was investigated as a model reaction of quinoid oxidati...
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The modern food market forms a need for two trends for the development, production and sale of products: taking into account the demand of consumers and taking into account lack of irreplaceable (functional) micronutrients in the diet of different population groups. It is advisable to develop technical and technological solutions for innovative ide...
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Diabetes mellitus is the most threatening form of human metabolic disorder and of malnutrution as one of the main causes of its development. The purpose of the studies is the development of a functional basis of phyto- beverages based on herbal medicinal raw materials with a high antioxidant activity for the correction of nutrition for diabetic pat...
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Diabetes mellitus is the most threatening form of human metabolic disorder and of malnutrution as one of the main causes of its development. The purpose of the studies is the development of a functional basis of phytobeverages based on herbal medicinal raw materials with a high antioxidant activity for the correction of nutrition for diabetic patie...

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... ere are relatively many studies on the development trend, nutritional composition of sports drinks, and the impact of sports drinks on athletes' athletic ability in various countries [6]. Studies by Kalman, Kumar, and others show that sports drinks have a positive effect on improving athletes' ability to exercise and help to improve the body's cardiopulmonary function and prevent various diseases; Studies by Zhao Lixia, Wei Bing, and others in China show that sports drinks can improve the functional state of exercisers, maintain and promote body fluid balance during exercise, and accelerate the elimination of blood lactic acid after exercise, which is beneficial to the recovery of exercise fatigue and the enhancement of the body's antifatigue ability [7]. Energy drink digestion is shown in Figure 1. ...
... The pandemic is affecting the food security, availability, access, utilization, and stability of food products [6,7]. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted access to food, caused shifts in consumer demand toward cheaper, less nutritious foods, and food price instability, especially among minority and underserved communities [8,9]. Such deficiencies may lead to food safety and increased disease transmission through food products. ...
... В партнерстве присутствует высокий синергетический потенциал, поскольку партнеры заинтересованы друг в друге. Инновационное развитие в системе «наука и образование -производство -рынок» предполагает сотрудничество между научно-образовательными организациями и профильными предприятиями, что формирует инновационную среду [17]. ...
... The accumulation of contaminants in feed plants trigger their accumulation in animals, since most hazardous chemical elements enter the body through the alimentary route, i.e., with food [12][13][14]. Almost all animal diets center on plants or at least include them as additives. Urban zoological institutions, e.g., zoos, circuses, petting zoos, stations for young naturalists, etc., usually use roughage, vegetables, fruits, grain, etc. ...
... The technological process for the production of "Vitgrass" juice from wheat sprouts implies the formation of a secondary product of pomace processing in the amount of up to 35%. As a result of our previous studies [10], the chemical composition of juice production pomace was studied. The technology of complex processing of wheat sprouts to produce powder from pomace was developed. ...
... Beside fresh consumption, sprouts and microgreens are suitable for creating novel food products, such as juices [159], fermented drinks (i.e., juices [160]), or foods such as breakfast or snack foods, seasonings (e.g., vinegar or sauce), and weaning foods [161], probiotic beverage or foods [162], yogurt [163], powder enriched flours [164,165], and bakery products [127,[166][167][168], and, more recently, tea [169], as well as food matrices [170]. Furthermore, the use in flour mixture of powder from sprouted wheat pomace, as by-product from juice production, was recently evaluated and found to increase of nutritional value in relation to wheat flour [171]. Processing treatments play a determinant role in maintaining biochemical quality of raw material, depending on the specific kind of processing as well as its application conditions, plant genotype, ontogenetic stage, overall plant composition, and chemical structure of specific metabolites. ...
... Earlier, the phenolic components were shown to exhibit an affinity to quench reactive oxygen species (Sindhu et al., 2022). Gubanenko et al. (2019) have reported the relationship of the manifestation of the antioxidant activity of seedlings and the concentration of physiologically active molecules with reducing capabilities (reducing sugars, flavonoids, vitamin C and tannins). Earlier, Park et al. (2019) have evaluated the antioxidant and free radical scavenging properties of the mint plant-extracts and found good activities due to that plant's phenolics, riboflavins and carotenoids. ...
... Other noticeable features of St. John's wort are that hypericin defends against the negative consequences of lipid dysregulation seen in troubles such as obesity, fatty liver, and type 2 diabetes, and the long-term protective effect of hyperforin on pancreatic β cells [93], [94]. ...
... Л. А. Маюрникова с соавторами на основе обобщения материалов по изучаемой теме выделяют два направления развития обогащения продуктов питания: -технологии механистического формирования набора необходимых микронутриентов при обогащении продуктов питания с учетом глубины и распространенности дефицита, демонстрируемого на основании статистических данных, соответствующих государственных органов и организаций, вызывающих АЗЗ; -технологии, основанные на изучении и учете предпочтений потребителей при разработке и производстве обогащенных продуктов питания [26]. ...