Biltrikova T.V. 1
Bitueva E.B. 1
1 East Siberia State University of Technology and Management
Biologically active substances - this essential food components (vitamins, minerals and minor food components), which have biological effects on the human body. In cruciferous vegetables (Cruciferae) contains glucosinolates – substances which are precursors of biologically active substances – indole compounds and isothiocyanates. In recent years, has been extensively studied the effect of isothiocyanates and indole compounds for the treatment and prevention of cancer. We have investigated the content of isothiocyanates and indole compounds in black radish (Raphanus Sativus L.), which amounted to 133,87 and 35,91 mg per 100 g, respectively. Also found in radish content of phenolic compounds which possess antioxidant activity, their content was 3.74 mg per 100 g. Studied the content of dietary fiber - fiber, pectins (soluble and insoluble). It can be concluded that a Raphanus Sativus L. source of biologically active substances, antioxidants, dietary fibers and that it allows to consider preventive food product.