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any of various polysaccharides obtained by hydrolysis of starch

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This study aimed to optimize the microencapsulation of probiotic Lactobacillus acidophilus La-5 by atomization technique, investigating the use of milk protein and maltodextrin as encapsulating agents, as well as evaluate the morphology, diameter and the thermal behavior of the microcapsules.
Browse the full Maltodextrin Market (Sweetner, Binder, Encapsulation, Others) for Food && Beverages, Feed, Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care & Cosmetics, Papermaking and Other Applications- Growth, Share, Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, and Forecast 2015 2021 report at http://www.
The physicochemical parameters were evaluated for the concentrated extract of curcumin formulated with maltodextrin, a matrix that was considered the drying carrier (Table 1).
The characterization of the lyophilized 'mangaba' pulp powder with 30% of maltodextrin is shown in Table 2.
At HiE 2016, Beneo will demonstrate how its naturally sourced chicory fibres and functional carbohydrates can replace commonly known sugars and maltodextrin, while also lowering blood glucose responses (a benefit that has been confirmed by the European Commission with a respective EU health claim) and providing a natural taste with a mild sweetness that consumers are looking for.
The second part of the study was identical to the smoothie study except subjects consumed cold-pressed bars for breakfast with either the maltodextrin control or WEIGHTAIN.
There are 50 different names for sugar and here are just some of the more obscure; Barley malt, cane juice crystals, crystalline fructose, dextran, dextrose, diastase, ethyl maltol, evaporated cane juice, maltodextrin, maltose, mannitol and panocha.
com)-- Increasing demand for low-caloric food products and large scale availability of affordable maltodextrin in emerging markets is fuelling the maltodextrin market.
The new recipe also does not use maltodextrin, which McDonald's said is generally used as a sugar to increase browning or as a carrier for seasoning.
Partially derived from renewable resources, it is formed by the reaction of vinyl pyrrolidone (NVP) and maltodextrin.
Sucrose, corn syrup solids, and/or maltodextrin provide the carbohydrate in soy-based infant formulas.
Made from wheat bran, wheat, molasses and maltodextrin, Postum is touted as a healthy caffeine-free coffee alternative and has been a grocery store staple since 1912 when it was invented by C.
Relatively little has been published concerning the effects of exercise on vitamin B6 metabolism and maltodextrin supplementation.