(Lebihkan Ulam untuk Otak Anda

Suatu Kajian tentang Potensi Ulam dalam Lindungi Penyusutan Fungsi Kognitif)

Translated title of the contribution: More ulam for your brain: A review on the potential role of ULAM in protecting against cognitive decline

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Ulam is the South East Asian traditional vegetables which contains high total phenolic content and exhibits antioxidant activity. Several studies have reported the potential of neuroprotective effect of ulam. The objective of this review article was to highlight the total phenolic content (TPC) and antioxidant activity of ulam and the roles of phenolic content that can contribute to attenuation of cognitive decline. The review includes randomized controlled trial and experimental studies from year 2007 to 2017. In this review, PRISMA method was used to report the results (n=15). Phenolic compounds, ie plants’ second metabolites of selected ulam in South East Asia were also discussed in this review, with respect to its potential for health promotion which and reducing the risk of cognitive disease. Oenanthe javanica (selom), Ocimum basilicum (daun selasih) and Anacardium occidentale L. (pucuk gajus) were ranked in the top three highest TPC among all the selected ulam. In general, Polygonum minus (kesum), Anacardium occidentale L. (pucuk gajus) and Cosmos caudatus (ulam raja) exhibited high DPPH radical scavenging activity whereas Anacardium occidentale L. (pucuk gajus) exhibited highest ferric ion reducing potential (FRAP) among all the selected ulam in South East Asia countries. Overall, some studies had shown Centella asiatica (pegaga), Oenanthe javanica (selom), Polygonum minus (kesum), Ocimum basilicum (daun selasih) and Murraya koenigii (daun kari) are beneficial in improving cognitive status and mood. The bioactive compounds in ulam may exhibit neuroprotective effects but human studies are still lacking in exploring the relationship between ulam consumption and cognitive status.

Original languageMalay
Pages (from-to)2713-2729
Number of pages17
JournalSains Malaysiana
Volume47
Issue number11
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2018

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Anacardium occidentale
Cosmos caudatus
Oenanthe javanica
neuroprotective effect
Ocimum basilicum
brain
South East Asia
antioxidant activity
Bergera koenigii
Centella asiatica
health promotion
emotions
phenolic compounds
vegetables
ions
metabolites
Persicaria minor
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