Data mining to map nutrition value of industrial cheese produced in France
Nguyen, D.T., Singh, S. and Goel, S. (2023). Data mining to map nutrition value of industrial cheese produced in France. BioMaterials and Polymers Horizons.
|Authors||Nguyen, D.T., Singh, S. and Goel, S.|
Cheese is a dairy product with a long history in the human diet. In countries such as France, cheese is one of the strongest attractions for visitors from the globe. Cheese was thought of only a source of energy alone however, with advances made in nutritional science, cheese has become a rich source of essential nutrients such as proteins, bioactive peptides, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. This perspective offers new insights into the nutrition analysis of various types of cheese sold in France while using advanced data visualization and analysis techniques. The objective of this article is to raise awareness about making an informed selection of the type of cheese people should consume as a long-term measure of taking a health-conscious diet. Overall, the study provides a testbed for turophiles (cheese lovers) in selecting the right kind of cheese to relish themselves while taking care of their health condition depending on their physical condition, in particular lactose intolerance.
|Journal||BioMaterials and Polymers Horizons|
|Web address (URL)||https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/bph|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||08 Feb 2023|
|Deposited||10 Feb 2023|
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