By Susan Sungsoo Cho
"Explores the consequences of advanced carbohydrates (starch, gums, and nutritional fibers) on human physiological functionality and establishes a suitable nutritional consumption point for inclusion on dietary labels. Addresses present examine, functions, and implementation issues."
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From a nutritional perspective, chicory fructooligosaccharides have to be viewed as prebiotics: due to their selective fermentation by bifidobacteria they improve the composition of the colonic microbiota. Finally, via their systemic effects, they might also positively modulate lipid metabolism. Within the recently promoted functional foods (defined as any food constituent which affects the functions of the body in a targeted way so as to have positive effect which may justify functional or health claims) the chicory fructoligosaccharides (the most developed non-digestible oligosaccharides) are likely to occupy a key position (31).
Pyrodextrins Complex mixture Sololigosaccharides (SOS) Xylooligosaccharides (XOS) Origin β1 → 4 Raftiline Fibrulin Raftilose Oligomate Isomalto Soya-Oligo Xylooligo 28 Roberfroid BEHAVIOR AND EFFECTS OF CHICORY FRUCTOOLIGOSACCHARIDES IN THE GASTRO-INTESTINAL TRACT Non-Digestibility The evidence that fructooligosaccharides are resistant to hydrolysis and are not absorbed in the upper part of the gastrointestinal tract comes from in vivo human studies, essentially performed in ileostomy subjects.
Complex Carbohydrates in Foods by Susan Sungsoo Cho
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