FUNCTIONAL AND NUTRACEUTICAL POTENTIAL OF PROTEINS FROM BOVINE MILK

Diego Prado de Vargas, José Laerte Nörnberg, Luciano Antônio Ritt, Rudolf Brand Scheibler, Fábio Antunes Rizzo, Marceli Pazini Milani

Abstract


This review aims to characterize the effects of bioactive peptides (BAP) derived from bovine milk in the major body systems, including the cardiovascular, digestive, immune and nervous systems. To this end, we studied the main characteristics, ways of obtaining, composition and mechanisms of action of these protein fragments encoded in the primary region of milk proteins, as the peptide inhibitors of angiotensin- -converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, antithrombotics, opioids, immunomodulators, antimicrobials, and the caseinmacropeptides (CMP) and caseinophosphopeptides (CPP). Thus, with increasing demands by consumers and, consequently, the food industry, as the nutritional quality of foods and recent scientific and technological advances for the effects of PBA and production, have become excellent future prospects for this emerging market for functional dairy products.

Keywords


bioactive peptides, functional foods, health, milk.

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