Volume : 3, Issue : 3, JUL 2019

NEUTRACEUTICAL: A REVIEW

Darshan, Mr. Hitesh, Dr. Bharat Parashar

Abstract

Nutraceutical is regarded as the bioactive substance and natural bioactive compounds include a broad diversity of structures and functionalities that provide an excellent pool of molecules for the production of therapeutic compounds. In this article, we have a tendency to gift a review work on varied nutraceuticals found naturally beside the recent progress that has been done on them. The health promoting effects of varied styles of nutraceuticals that has been claimed is additionally enclosed during this article.

Keywords

Functional foods; Nutraceuticals; Bioactive compounds; Dietary supplements.

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