No. 44 (2011)
Articles

Effect of vitamin e and selenium supplementation on the antioxidant content of milk and dairy products in dairy cows

Published November 20, 2011
Berta Vanda Sütő
Körös-Maros Biofarm Ltd., 5711 Gyula, Külterület 2.
Zsuzsanna Kárnyácki
Körös-Maros Biofarm Ltd., 5711 Gyula, Külterület 2.
Béla Béri
University of Debrecen Centre for Agricultural and Applied Economic Sciences, 4032 Debrecen Böszörményi street 138.
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APA

Sütő, B. V., Kárnyácki, Z., & Béri, B. (2011). Effect of vitamin e and selenium supplementation on the antioxidant content of milk and dairy products in dairy cows. Acta Agraria Debreceniensis, (44), 9–12. https://doi.org/10.34101/actaagrar/44/2598

In 2007, the aim of the Ányos Jedlik program and the call for tenders was to support application-oriented, strategic research and development projects, which can increase the competitiveness of the Hungarian economy. In the framework of our project, we intended to examine whether non-protected antioxidants - in this case: vitamin E and selenium – used as feed-additives can increase the antioxidant content of milk. The milk with an increased level of vitamin E and selenium content can be used for producing functional foods which will represent competitive products on the current market of milk products. Our results show that the use of vitamin E and selenium as feedadditives can significantly increase the amount of vitamin E and selenium in the milk and also in the diary products.

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