Evaluación del posible uso de la pasta de achiote (Bixa orellana), en la industria alimentaria cárnica, como sustituto natural del Nitrito de Sodio.

Thesis Subjects > Engineering
Subjects > Nutrition
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Cerrado Español A lo largo de la historia el ser humano ha necesitado conservar sus alimentos, principalmente la carne, para ello ha utilizado diversos aditivos para curar esta proteína, como es el caso del Nitrito de Sodio, el problema radica en que este aditivo está relacionado con aparición de algunos tipos de cáncer, por lo cual, se ha buscado una alternativa natural al Nitrito de Sodio.Con esto en mente, el objetivo es evaluar el posible uso de la pasta de achiote (Bixa orellana) en la industria alimentaria cárnica, como sustituto natural del Nitrito de Sodio, con ello se pretende contestar a la pregunta ¿es posible el uso de la pasta de achiote (Bixa orellana) en la industria alimentaria cárnica, como sustituto natural del Nitrito de Sodio? Para responder a esta pregunta, se realizará una investigación bibliográfica sobre diferentes estudios en los cuales se demuestren las propiedades colorantes, conservantes y antimicrobianas del achiote (Bixa orellana), de estas se extraerán las mediciones de CMI (Concentración Mínima Inhibitoria) y la CBM (Concentración Bactericida Mínima), posteriormente se creará una pasta de achiote (Bixa orellana) al 12,88% m/v de Ácido Acético, que se sometió a análisis con muestras que contenían Staphylococcus aureus y Escherichia coli, luego se compararon los datos para determinar si muestran consistencia como inhibidor bacteriano o bactericida.De acuerdo a estos resultados, se puede concluir:Según los datos de los estudios consultados y los datos obtenidos de los análisis de las muestras, el achiote tiene potencial en la industria alimentaria cárnica, pero, específicamente para la pasta de achiote creada y conservada en vinagre, se obtuvo una CMI de 1.49 g/mL y una CBM fue de 2.45 g/mL para aquellas muestras con presencia de Staphylococcus aureus, mientras que para las que tenían presencia de Escherichia coli, la CMI registrada fue de 1.59 g/mL y la CBM de 2.56 g/mL.La coloración y el sabor obtenidos mediante la pasta de achiote resultan ser muy similares o superiores a los obtenidos con Nitrito de Sodio, con la diferencia en que según (Araúz, 2020), el principal componente de las semillas de achiote es la Bixina, la cual es muy segura para el consumo humano, ya que estudios de toxicidad, en ratas, han demostrado que la bixina posee baja o nula toxicidad en ratas a las que se le administró 1 000 mg por kilogramo de peso corporal.Es por ello que se debe buscar un sustito seguro para el curado de las carnes, y todo apunta a que este puede ser la pasta de achiote.Con la utilización de la pasta de achiote como sustituto del Nitrito de Sodio como conservante y colorante, se lograría reactivar las economías de comunidades agrícolas de América Tropical, con lo cual el impacto de este cambio sería no solo a nivel de salud de los consumidores, sino que también, se impactaría positivamente en la economía, máxime en estos tiempos de pandemia, en los cuales es menester buscar formas de reactivar la economía. metadata Alvarado Murillo, Jonathan mail ingenieriajamcr@gmail.com (2022) Evaluación del posible uso de la pasta de achiote (Bixa orellana), en la industria alimentaria cárnica, como sustituto natural del Nitrito de Sodio. Masters thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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A lo largo de la historia el ser humano ha necesitado conservar sus alimentos, principalmente la carne, para ello ha utilizado diversos aditivos para curar esta proteína, como es el caso del Nitrito de Sodio, el problema radica en que este aditivo está relacionado con aparición de algunos tipos de cáncer, por lo cual, se ha buscado una alternativa natural al Nitrito de Sodio.Con esto en mente, el objetivo es evaluar el posible uso de la pasta de achiote (Bixa orellana) en la industria alimentaria cárnica, como sustituto natural del Nitrito de Sodio, con ello se pretende contestar a la pregunta ¿es posible el uso de la pasta de achiote (Bixa orellana) en la industria alimentaria cárnica, como sustituto natural del Nitrito de Sodio? Para responder a esta pregunta, se realizará una investigación bibliográfica sobre diferentes estudios en los cuales se demuestren las propiedades colorantes, conservantes y antimicrobianas del achiote (Bixa orellana), de estas se extraerán las mediciones de CMI (Concentración Mínima Inhibitoria) y la CBM (Concentración Bactericida Mínima), posteriormente se creará una pasta de achiote (Bixa orellana) al 12,88% m/v de Ácido Acético, que se sometió a análisis con muestras que contenían Staphylococcus aureus y Escherichia coli, luego se compararon los datos para determinar si muestran consistencia como inhibidor bacteriano o bactericida.De acuerdo a estos resultados, se puede concluir:Según los datos de los estudios consultados y los datos obtenidos de los análisis de las muestras, el achiote tiene potencial en la industria alimentaria cárnica, pero, específicamente para la pasta de achiote creada y conservada en vinagre, se obtuvo una CMI de 1.49 g/mL y una CBM fue de 2.45 g/mL para aquellas muestras con presencia de Staphylococcus aureus, mientras que para las que tenían presencia de Escherichia coli, la CMI registrada fue de 1.59 g/mL y la CBM de 2.56 g/mL.La coloración y el sabor obtenidos mediante la pasta de achiote resultan ser muy similares o superiores a los obtenidos con Nitrito de Sodio, con la diferencia en que según (Araúz, 2020), el principal componente de las semillas de achiote es la Bixina, la cual es muy segura para el consumo humano, ya que estudios de toxicidad, en ratas, han demostrado que la bixina posee baja o nula toxicidad en ratas a las que se le administró 1 000 mg por kilogramo de peso corporal.Es por ello que se debe buscar un sustito seguro para el curado de las carnes, y todo apunta a que este puede ser la pasta de achiote.Con la utilización de la pasta de achiote como sustituto del Nitrito de Sodio como conservante y colorante, se lograría reactivar las economías de comunidades agrícolas de América Tropical, con lo cual el impacto de este cambio sería no solo a nivel de salud de los consumidores, sino que también, se impactaría positivamente en la economía, máxime en estos tiempos de pandemia, en los cuales es menester buscar formas de reactivar la economía.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Achiote, Nitrito de Sodio, Concentración Mínima Bactericida, Bixina, Concentración Mínima Inhibitoria
Subjects: Subjects > Engineering
Subjects > Nutrition
Divisions: Europe University of Atlantic > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Date Deposited: 10 Nov 2023 23:30
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2023 23:30
URI: https://repositorio.unini.edu.mx/id/eprint/1831

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