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Effect of Dietary Supplementation of Wild Grape on the Antioxidative Potential of the Breast and Leg Meat of Broilers
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Effect of Dietary Supplementation of Wild Grape on the Antioxidative Potential of the Breast and Leg Meat of Broilers
Yong, Hae In; Kim, Hyun Jo; Jung, Samooel; Jayasena, Dinesh D.; Bae, Young Sik; Lee, Soo Kee; Jo, Cheorun;
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 Abstract
This study investigated the effect of wild grape (Vitis coignetiae) dietary supplementation on the antioxidative potential and quality of the breast and leg meat of broilers. A total of 36 one-day-old male Cobb broiler chicks were obtained from a commercial hatchery, and randomly assigned to 9 pens with 4 birds per pen. Then, broilers were fed 3 different dietary supplementations, including 0%, 0.25%, or 0.5% wild grape, for 2 wks at the finishing period. After slaughtering, the total phenolic content, ,'-diphenyl--picryl-hydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging activity, 2-thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS), and total cholesterol content of broiler breast and leg meat were measured. Higher total phenolic content was recorded in the leg meat of broilers fed the wild grape when compared with the control, while breast meat did not show any difference. Dietary supplementation of 0.25% and 0.5% wild grape significantly increased DPPH radical scavenging activity of both breast and leg meat. TBARS values of both breast and leg meat were decreased by supplementation of 0.5% wild grape during storage when compared to the control, except for the leg meat at day 7. However, there was no significant difference found in total cholesterol content in both breast and leg meat. The results indicate that the antioxidative potential of broiler meat is improved by supplementing the diet with wild grape.
 Keywords
wild grape;antioxidative potential;lipid oxidation;total cholesterol content;
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