The Food Colloid Principle in the Design of Elderly Food

Katsuyoshi Nishinari, Makoto Takemasa, Tom Brenner, Lei Su, Yapeng Fang, Madoka Hirashima, Miki Yoshimura, Yoko Nitta, Hatsue Moritaka, Marta Tomczynska-Mleko, Stanisław Mleko, Yukihiro Michiwaki

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    It is necessary to control the rheological properties of bolus to prevent aspiration. To know the risk of aspiration for each person with difficulty in mastication and swallowing, it will be effective to use a test fluid which enables doctors to judge the safe range of the viscosity based on videofluorography. Since the knowledge of dominant factors which govern rheology is required, effects of shear rate, cooling rate, concentration of polysaccharides, coexisting seasonings on viscosity and viscoelasticity are overviewed. Since chemical senses are also known to affect the swallowing behavior, the relation between texture and flavor release is described briefly. Mixture of polysaccharides, proteins and fluid gels are overviewed as texture modifiers. Acoustic analysis of swallowing, extrusion method, a falling needle viscometer, tribological study on frictional coefficient of bolus are also described as each method is expected to be a useful tool to understand the complicated aspect of the disorder in mastication and deglutition. Mastication and swallowing of minced foods and model food gels are also described. Finally, the importance of the communication and collaboration between different disciplines is emphasized. Practical Applications: Polysaccharides have been used to modify the texture of foods. It is necessary to know how these polysaccharides influence the swallowing behavior to design foods for elderly. Since the texture of foods is influenced by taste, aroma and conversely these are influenced by texture, the knowledge on the relation between texture and flavor release is crucial to manipulate the foods to reduce the risk of aspiration. Some examples which are expected to be helpful to design foods for elderly are shown.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)284-312
    Number of pages29
    JournalJournal of Texture Studies
    Volume47
    Issue number4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2016 Aug 1

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    colloids
    Colloids
    Deglutition
    texture
    Food
    polysaccharides
    mastication
    Polysaccharides
    Mastication
    minced foods
    Viscosity
    viscosity
    flavor
    gels
    Accidental Falls
    Gels
    viscometers
    viscoelasticity
    flavorings
    rheology

    Keywords

    • Colloids
    • flavor
    • rheology
    • swallowing
    • texture
    • tribology

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Food Science
    • Pharmaceutical Science

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    Nishinari, K., Takemasa, M., Brenner, T., Su, L., Fang, Y., Hirashima, M., ... Michiwaki, Y. (2016). The Food Colloid Principle in the Design of Elderly Food. Journal of Texture Studies, 47(4), 284-312. https://doi.org/10.1111/jtxs.12201

    The Food Colloid Principle in the Design of Elderly Food. / Nishinari, Katsuyoshi; Takemasa, Makoto; Brenner, Tom; Su, Lei; Fang, Yapeng; Hirashima, Madoka; Yoshimura, Miki; Nitta, Yoko; Moritaka, Hatsue; Tomczynska-Mleko, Marta; Mleko, Stanisław; Michiwaki, Yukihiro.

    In: Journal of Texture Studies, Vol. 47, No. 4, 01.08.2016, p. 284-312.

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    Nishinari, K, Takemasa, M, Brenner, T, Su, L, Fang, Y, Hirashima, M, Yoshimura, M, Nitta, Y, Moritaka, H, Tomczynska-Mleko, M, Mleko, S & Michiwaki, Y 2016, 'The Food Colloid Principle in the Design of Elderly Food', Journal of Texture Studies, vol. 47, no. 4, pp. 284-312. https://doi.org/10.1111/jtxs.12201
    Nishinari K, Takemasa M, Brenner T, Su L, Fang Y, Hirashima M et al. The Food Colloid Principle in the Design of Elderly Food. Journal of Texture Studies. 2016 Aug 1;47(4):284-312. https://doi.org/10.1111/jtxs.12201
    Nishinari, Katsuyoshi ; Takemasa, Makoto ; Brenner, Tom ; Su, Lei ; Fang, Yapeng ; Hirashima, Madoka ; Yoshimura, Miki ; Nitta, Yoko ; Moritaka, Hatsue ; Tomczynska-Mleko, Marta ; Mleko, Stanisław ; Michiwaki, Yukihiro. / The Food Colloid Principle in the Design of Elderly Food. In: Journal of Texture Studies. 2016 ; Vol. 47, No. 4. pp. 284-312.
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