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Overview

This book summarizes available fiber sources and how they can be incorporated into new food products to provide improved health benefits. It rigorously examines health claims, recent research, and contradictory data; covers fiber for weight and glycemic control, and intestinal regularity; and discusses how food producers can find fiber sources and include finer in their products. Critically examining current research and future directions, this resource blends coverage of the latest scientific information on the health benefits of fiber with information on how to formulate foods with higher concentrations of this vital nutrient.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781420043846
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 6/18/2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 480
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Functional and Dietary Fibers: An Introduction, Susan Cho

Section I Soluble Fibers
Alpha-cyclodextrin
, Jonathan David Buckley, Alison Mary Coates, and Peter Ranald Charles Howe
NUTRIOSE® Soluble Fiber
, Catherine Lefranc-Millot, Daniel Wils, Jean-Michel Roturier, Catherine Le Bihan, and Marie-Hélène Saniez-Degrave
Inulin, Anne Franck and Douwina Bosscher
Fibersol®-2 Resistant Maltodextrin: Functional Dietary Fiber Ingredient, Chieko Hashizume and Kazuhiro Okuma
Partially Hydrolyzed Guar Gum Dietary Fiber, Mahendra P. Kapoor and Lekh R. Juneja
Acacia Gum, Sebastien Baray
Pectin, Hans Ulrich Endress and Frank Mattes
Polydextrose, Julian D. Stowell

Section II Resistant Starch
Resistant Starch (RS)
, E. Terry Finocchiaro, Anne Birkett, and Monika Okoniewska

Section III Conventional Fibers
Oat Fiber from Oat Hull
, Jon Bodner and Susan Sungsoo Cho
Cellulose, Toru Takahashi
Oat β-Glucan, Niina Tapola and Essi Sarkkinen
Rice Bran: Production, Composition, Functionality and Food Applications, Physiological Benefits, Talwinder S. Kahlon
Barley Fiber, Christine E. Fastnaught
Sugar Beet Fiber: Production, Characteristics, Food Applications, and Physiological Benefits, Marie-Christine Ralet, Fabienne Guillon, Catherine Renard, and Jean-Francois Thibault
Psyllium, Seyed Ali Ziai

Section IV New Development
Fruit Fibers
, Jürgen Fischer
Aleurone Flour: A Novel Wheat Ingredient Rich in Fermentable Fiber, Micronutrients, and Bioavailable Folate, Michael Fenech, Peter Clifton, Manny Noakes and David Topping
Appendix: Suppliers of Dietary Fiber Ingredients
Index

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