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Analisis Kandungan Gizi Beras dari Beberapa Galur Padi Transgenik Pac Nagdong/Ir36 Fitriyah, Dina; Ubaidillah, Mohammad; Oktaviani, Fariza
ARTERI : Jurnal Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Februari
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Rice that is generally consumed by Indonesian people is that does not have important nutrient such as β-carotene. Therefore, the way to supply β-carotene requirement in staple foods can be done through β-carotene biofortification by genetic engineering of the rice plant. PAC Nagdong/ IR36 is transgenic Golden Rice which can produce β-carotene. The research aimed to determine some nutritional content of PAC Nagdong/ IR36 rice lines that include carbohydrate, amylose, amylopectin, protein, lipid, and β-carotene content. Amylose was measured using the iodine colorimetric method, whereas the contents of amylopectin and carbohydrates were measured using the by difference method. Protein was measured using the Bradford method, lipid was measured using Proctor and Bowen method, while β-carotene content was measured using the colorimetric method. PAC Nagdong/ IR36 rice lines had carbohydrate content between 85,06-90,16%, amylose 12,94%- 20,81%, amylopectin 69,35- 76,17%, protein 7,76-8,52 µg/µl, lipid 0,65-0,90%, and β-carotene 231,61-920,52 µg/g. Carbohydrate, protein, and β-carotene in PAC Nagdong/ IR36 were higher than TN1 rice variety (control). This indicated that PAC Nagdong/ IR36 provided better nutrition. Amylose content of Nagdong/ IR36 PAC rice was low, which donated its potential to produce fluffier rice whereas high β-carotene content could be used as a source of β-carotene that is useful in overcoming vitamin A deficiency and beneficial for health including in preventing degenerative diseases.
Analisis Kandungan Senyawa Bioaktif, Nutrisi dan Aktivitas Antioksidan pada Minuman Ekstrak Beras Hitam Fitriyah, Dina; Ayu, Dessya Putri; Puspita, Surya Dewi; Yuanta, Yohan; Ubaidillah, Mohammad
ARTERI : Jurnal Ilmu Kesehatan Vol 3 No 1 (2021): November
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Black rice contains high bioactive compounds that have antioxidant activity so that it has the potential as a source of functional food that can help to overcome various health problems. Black rice extract has high potential to be developed into an antioxidant beverage. Research on the content of bioactive compounds, antioxidant activity, and nutrients in black rice extract beverages has not been widely studied in Indonesia. The objective of this study was to determine the content of bioactive compounds, activity, and nutrients of black rice extract. Four types of commercial black rice grains were extracted using methanol as comparison (without treatment) and using water with a temperature of 90°C for 15 and 25 minutes, with the ratio of water: rice powder (20, 25 and 30 ml/ g). The black rice extracts were tested for total phenolic compound, antioxidant activity, protein, and iron content. The highest total phenolic content, flavonoids, and antioxidant activity of black rice extract beverages were 4.54 mg GAE/g (water ratio: rice powder 20 ml/g, 15 minutes), 14.51 mg QE/g (water ratio: rice powder 20 ml/g, 15 minutes), and 73.44% (water ratio: rice powder 30 ml/g, 15 minutes). The total protein and iron content of extract black rice beverage was 0.3115- 0.3620% and 0.0100- 0.0123%, respectively. The presence of high content of bioactive compounds, protein, iron, and antioxidant activity in black rice extract with a processing time of 15 and 25 minutes at 90°C, and the ratio of water: rice powder (20, 25, 30 ml/g) indicates that the processing conditions can provide a reference in producing black rice extract beverages which are rich in bioactive compounds, antioxidants, and nutrients. The presence of iron in brown rice extract may help overcome iron deficiency.