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Synonyms for insoluble

(of a substance) incapable of being dissolved



admitting of no solution or explanation

without hope of solution

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The report includes: - Global demand by region, - Insoluble sulfur markets update, - Capacity by company and plant, - Capacity developments & new producers, - Pricing overview - Annual sales by company The report provides annual IS demand for all years from 2005 through 2014, as well as forecasts for all years from 2015 through 2020.
A pureed food with added finely processed insoluble fiber would have to contain at least 2 grams of added fiber per serving to be labeled as "added fiber.
Editor's Note: When fiber was analyzed by type, insoluble fiber emerged as protective; when analyzed by source, fiber from legumes had a significant protective effect.
Results from analyses of total, insoluble, fruit and vegetable fibre intake showed that the likelihood of a CVD or CHD event steadily lowers with increasing intake.
Founded in 1917, and headquartered in North Tonawanda, NY, IFC is the industry leader in insoluble fiber products.
Insoluble ferrocyanide has high Cs selectivity over other elements and maintains high adsorbing volume capacity even in high salt water concentration of cooling water without losing adsorbent rate.
The objectives of this study were to determine the total, insoluble and soluble dietary fiber, non- resistant starch and resistant starch from twenty hull-less barley varieties that were produced in Iran.
Insoluble fiber mainly eases the passage of foods through the digestive system and cleanses intestinal walls, whereas soluble fiber promotes actual changes in intestinal pH.
Second, soluble oxalate may combine chemically with calcium (Ca) to become insoluble oxalate, which is excreted in feces.
There are two types of fibre: soluble and insoluble.
In bakery products, it offers smoothness while, at the same time (compared with other insoluble fibres), leaving pastry formation unaffected and enhancing product preservation.
In both cases, the proteins "unfold" and start clumping together into an insoluble mass.
du Pont de Nemours and Company (Wilmington, DE) has patented peptide tags, referred to here as inclusion body tags, are disclosed and are useful for the generation of insoluble fusion peptides.
Although all fruits, vegetables, and grains have both soluble and insoluble fiber, most grains, like wheat, are richer in insoluble fiber, which is not broken down by digestive enzymes or by bacteria in the gut.
Microfibers' may become newest functional food additive: Chinese researchers have begun experimenting with the concept of 'micronizing' insoluble fibrous plant material and adding the resulting product to foods.