Aishat Mary Osagie
Research title: Strategies for reformulation of baked good for improved nutritional status
My research focuses on strategies to improve baked products in the UK. The continued impact of energy-dense diets and the obesogenic environment on health has called for innovation in the food sector. It is my aim to sustainably integrate micronutrients into the diet through reformulation technique. I am currently exploring consumer knowledge, understanding and awareness of food reformulation and willingness to try reformulated baked products. Included in my research goal is to review the impact of reformulated baked products (including fibre enrichment, manipulation of fatty acid/sugar content, integration of ingredients improving nutritional profile, salt reduction) on cardiometabolic markers (anthropometric measures, blood lipid/glucose/insulin, glycated haemoglobin, HOMA and quicki).
- Diet Reformulation
- Strategies for reformulation of baked goods for improved nutritional status.
My research lab is situated at the college of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences.
Professor Emilie Combet
Dr Ada Garcia
Nutrition Society Irish Conference 2021- Oral presentation
Title: The Role of Enriched Bread/Baked Products on Micronutrient Intake and Cardiometabolic Health in Adults
Nutrition Futures 2021 - Online participant
- Carbohydrate Metabolism
- General Biochemistry