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Ileal digestibility and endogenous flow of minerals and amino acids: responses to dietary phytic acid in piglets.
Phytic acid is present in higher concentrations in legumes than in cereals and bread.
1971, 'A method for phytic acid determination in wheat and wheat fractions', Cereal Chemistry 48, 312-320.
Tetraethoxysilane, phytic acid, 1-hydroxyethylidene-1,1-diphosphonic acid, and tannic acid were purchased from Shanghai Chemical Reagent Company of China.
Nixtamalization effects on the contents of phytic acid, calcium, iron and zinc in the whole grain, endosperm and germ of maize.
Legumes contain relatively large amounts of phytic acid (Lolas and Markakis 1975).
Dietary protein, especially animal protein, is believed to reduce the effect of phytic acid on zinc absorption.
The process begins when the bacteria degrade an organo-phosphate compound such as glycerol-3-phosphate (G3P) or phytic acid (IP6), which can be present in subsurface soils.
The new drink, which contains citric acid, malic acid, L-cystine, phytic acid and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), helps eliminate poisonous metals from the body while promoting adequate hydration.
A: Phytic acid is a substance in cereals and beans that binds to minerals, proteins, and starch.
Phytate was chosen because phytic acid is an inexpensive chelant that was shown to interact well with a fiber matrix (Mancosky et al.
Due to its anti-oxident capacity, the combination of grape seed polyphenols and phytic acid enhances the longevity of the skin.