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- Houghton, David; Wilcox, Matthew D.; Chater, Peter I.; Brownlee, Iain A.; Seal, Chris J.; Pearson, Jeffrey P.
- Food hydrocolloids 2015 v.49 pp. 18-24
- gel chromatography, etc ; alginates; bioactive properties; breads; cooking; dietary fiber; digestion; hydrocolloids; intestines; molecular weight; mouth; obesity; stomach; triacylglycerol lipase; turbidity; viscosity; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Alginates are classed as a dietary fibre and have been shown to inhibit digestive enzymes in vitro, and therefore could be used as an obesity treatment. The current study aims to assess whether alginate in a bread vehicle maintains its inhibition properties despite cooking and digestion, and may therefore be used as a potential treatment for obesity. After 180 min in a model gut that replicates di ...
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