dextrin


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any of various polysaccharides obtained by hydrolysis of starch

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In each trial, the swimmers were administered either glucose, water as a control, or HBCD, a type of maltodextrin with a high molecular weight and narrow molecular weight distribution that is the functional component of Glico's Cluster Dextrin.
Sucrose, which can move easily into the wood, seemed to have no effect, especially compared with dextrin the other highly soluble sugar.
The researchers analyzed the flavor masking potential of pea dextrin in emulsions rich in [omega]-3 and [omega]-6-fatty acids.
Selectively fermented compounds that may confer health benefits to the host are known as prebiotics and includes products such as psyllium fibre, oat [beta]-glucans, polydextrose, wheat dextrin, acacia gum, banana, whole grain wheat and whole grain corn.
Using a double-blind, randomized cross-over design, researchers from Iowa State University found that an emerging fiber, soluble fiber dextrin, may help promote satiety from three to eight and a half hours after consumption.
The aim of this study was to evaluate whether oral administration of TG with maltose or dextrin is capable of reducing post-prandial serum glucose concentration in experimentally streptozotocin (STZ)-induced diabetic dogs fed on a high-fiber diet.
But there were 31 other, uh, ingredients as well - some familiar (corn syrup, cornstarch, niacin, high fructose corn syrup) and some not so familiar (polysorbate 60, dextrin, calcium caseinate and sodium stearoyl lactylate) - a chemist's delight, to be sure.
m/s) MIE (mJ) Cellulose 229 100-300 480-500 Cellulose 122 10-25 340-360 Acetate Cornstarch 202 100-300 380-400 Dextrin 168 50-100 410-430 Gelatin 23 > 500 400-420 Gum Arabic 56 > 500 420-440 Lactose 81 > 500 460-480 (Monohydrate) Lactose 188 3-5 460-480 (Anhydrous) Metallic 99-210 5-10 440-460 Stearates Methyl 157-209 > 500 360-380 Cellulose Organic 73-288 10-25 460-480 Pigments Stearic Acid 159 25-50 380-400 Sugar 138 10-25 340-360 Sources: 1.
The researchers produced these C-dots by breaking down the carbohydrate dextrin with microwaves.
Starch hydrolysis test: Capacity of the organism to hydrolyze starch into simple substances like dextrin, glucose, maltose, etc.
Soluble fiber supplements can be made from psyllium seed husk, dextrin, vegetable gums like xanthan gum or guar gum, or inulin.
For the sample compound used in this study, dextrin and crocetin were mixed and filled into hard gelatin capsules.
Short-Term Digestive Tolerance of Different Doses of NUTRIOSE FB, a Food Dextrin, in Adult Men," Eur.
Such a weakening tendency of the dough for flours with low FN values could be attributed to the presence of a low molecular weight dextrin produced by hydrolyses of damaged starch.
Of the many chemical changes that occur during germination, the conversion of starch by a-amylase enzymes into dextrin and maltose is the one that has the greatest effect on viscosity [13, 25].