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Fiber

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The high-fiber diet included whole grains, traditional Chinese medicinal foods rich in dietary fibers and prebiotics, which promote growth of short-chain fatty acid-producing gut bacteria.
VERSAFIBE dietary fiber is part of a new line of low cost-in-use dietary fibers for manufacturers wanting to add fiber to foods.
005) across four quartiles of daily total dietary fiber intake (mean of 9.
The recommended daily intake of dietary fibers is 25 grams in women and 38 grams in men--a little less in people above 50.
The dietary fibers market is led by North America followed by Europe.
The daily feed allowance was increased with increasing dietary fiber concentration because calculated ME concentrations in the experimental diets decreased with increasing dietary fiber concentration (Table 2).
This report estimates the market size of the dietary fiber market in terms of both value and volume.
Urbano and Goni (2002) reported that dietary fiber reduced the apparent digestibility of rat fed diet contained fiber compared to normal diets.
Except for the analysis of dietary fiber and carbohydrates, the nutritional composition was performed in triplicate and according to the official method of the Institute Adolfo Lutz (IAL, 2008).
Study results were seen with total dietary fiber only.
In recent years, a trend toward a lack of dietary fiber in daily eating habits, here defined as being under the recommended daily intake(1), has been observed among Japanese women in their twenties and thirties in particular.
Prakongpan T, Nitihamyong A and P Luangpituksa Extraction and application of dietary fiber and cellulose from pineapple cores.