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The topics include starch biosynthesis in relation to resistant starch, slowly digestible starch and health benefits, measuring resistant starch and incorporating resistant starch into dietary fiber measurements, the role of carbohydrates in preventing type 2 diabetes, and a host of unanswered questions regarding the microbiology of resistant starch fermentation in the human large intestine.
It all has to do with how much resistant starch they contain.
Starch is one of the most versatile biomaterials in the food, textile, cosmetics, plastics, adhesives, paper and pharmaceutical industries.
The hypothesis of increasing the branch density of starch to reduce its digestion rate through partial shortening of amylopectin exterior chains and the length of amylose was investigated.
Ulrick & Short, British owned clean label starch specialist, has announced a number of new applications for its innovative range of gluten-free, non-GM rice starches.
Washington, June 25 ( ANI ): Plants use precise mathematical calculation to use their starch reserves at a constant rate so they don't run out of it before dawn, new research has suggested.
The Industrial market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the Starches and Starch Products market at a national level.
Ingredion Incorporated has revealed published results of a new sensory study in Food Science & Nutrition, showing that HI-MAIZE resistant starch could be used to increase the dietary fiber content of certain foods with minimal impact on sensory characteristics.
Carolina Starches reportedly produces and sells modified starches and starch blends domestically and in several export markets, generating approximately USD25m in annual revenue.
The phrase Resistant Starch foods may sound a bit confusing, but it's just starch that's ‘resistant' to digestion in the small intestine.
The text focuses on a sampling of techniques used in starch characterization as well as some aspects of production, properties, and biodegradation of starch-based products.