The daily value of micronutrients in newly produced beef and horse concentrated bone broths
Beef and horse marrow bones were used to produce the concentrated bone broth and the possibility to make a bone broth only with salt was assessed. Protein and mineral contents in horse broth were higher (p＜0.02; 1.92 and 2.3%, respectively) than in beef broth. Concentrions of calcium, magnesium and iron in beef bone broth (85.3, 46.7 and 23.3 mg/100g) were higher (p<0.05) than in horse broth (66.6, 10.0, and 12.3 respectively). Beef bone broth had more (p≤0.05) essential amino acids than in horse broth. The daily value of total essential amino acids of 100g concentrated beef and horse bone broths were 38 and 27.4% respectively. While daily value of calcium 6.7-8.5%, magnesium 4.5-21.2% and iron was 6.8-12.9% respectively. Results showed that bone broth possess many health beneficial properties, such as being a good source of minerals and essential amino acids.
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