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Fiber

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Further studies to test the effects of a crude type of cellulose and different sources of dietary fiber on the endogenous excretion of P are warranted in the future.
Major Finding: All-cause mortality was 22% lower among men and women with the highest consumption of dietary fiber, compared with those with the lowest consumption.
The global dietary fiber demand is expected to grow from 96,400 metric ton in 2011 to 216,000 metric ton by 2017, at an estimated CAGR of 14.
In terms of end use, functional food & beverages remain the largest market for dietary fibers.
The market is competitive with the leading players involved in the research & development of new dietary fiber products and its applications.
Incorporating soluble dietary fiber into fresh ground beef appears to be a logical strategy to take when engineering novel functional foods.
Main outcome measures were associations of dietary fiber post-MI and changes from before to after MI with all cause and cardiovascular mortality using Cox proportional hazards models, adjusting for drug use, medical history and lifestyle factors.
Surveillance data from 23,168 subjects in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 1999-2010 was used to examine the role dietary fiber plays in heart health.
The topics include regulations and health claims, health aspects of dietary fiber, consumption and consumer challenges of whole grain foods, cereal brans as dietary fiber ingredients, fiber-enriched and whole grain breads, fiber in extruded products, fiber-enriched and whole wheat pasta, fiber-enriched meat products, fiber-enriched beverages, and companion animal nutrition as affected by dietary fiber inclusion.
Comparative content of total polyphenols and dietary fiber in tropical fruits and persimmon.
The amount of calcium we absorb might depend, in part, on the amount of dietary fiber we consume.
The dietary fiber composition and the degree of degradation by gut microflora of most food consumed in Nigeria have not been reported.