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The Pulsed Electric Field Assisted-Extraction Enhanced the Yield and the Physicochemical Properties of Soluble Dietary Fiber From Orange Peel

The aim of this report was to investigate the effects of pulsed electric field-assisted extraction on the yield, physicochemical properties, and structure of soluble dietary fiber from orange peel. PEF treatment, according to the orange peel's physicochemical properties, could increase the physicochemical characteristics of SDF from the orange peel's peel and could be the future extraction technology with high yields.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2022.925642


Effect of Particle Size on Physicochemical Properties and in vitro Hypoglycemic Ability of Insoluble Dietary Fiber From Corn Bran

This study was designed to determine the effect of particle size on the functional characteristics of corn bran insoluble dietary fiber's functional characteristics. In addition, the corn bran IDF with a smaller particle size had a better hypoglycemic effect in vitro, and the inhibition of u03b1-glucosidase and u03b1-amylase was also elevated as a result of particle size decrease. When the IDF was 300 mesh, the inhibitory rate of u03b1-glucosidase was 61. 3 percent, with a base rate of 0. 3 percent at 61. 34 u00b1-amylase of u03b1-amylase of 17. 58 percent. In addition, a correlation report found that the particle size was highly correlated with certain functional properties of IDF, and that the amount of cellulose was positively correlated with IDF's functional characteristics, even though WHC was not present. This research also revealed the potential of corn bran IDF and gave a new insight into the diversified application of IDF.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2022.951821


Structural and Potential Functional Properties of Alkali-Extracted Dietary Fiber From Antrodia camphorata

Antrodia camphorata is abundant in a variety of bioactive ingredients; however, the utilization of the residue of A. camphorata is poor, resulting in a lot of garbage. To achieve high-value utilization, it's essential to thoroughly investigate the structural components of A. camphorata residues in order to get high-value utilization. The constituents, structural characteristics, and functional characteristics of alkali-extracted dietary fiber extracted from residues of A. camphorata were investigated in this research. A. camphorata, an edible fungus, is a popular source of functional dietary fiber. A. camphorata's alkali-extracted dietary fiber may be used as a functional component in medicine and food industries.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2022.921164


Impact of Fermented Wheat Bran Dietary Fiber Addition on Dough Rheological Properties and Noodle Quality

This study was designed to investigate the effect of fermented wheat bran dietary fiber on the rheological properties of the dough and the quality of noodles, as well as the effects of unfermented WBDF. In addition, the number of u03b1-helices and the peak proportions of weakly bound water A22 increased in the FWBDF group and the UWBDF group, although the number of u03b2-sheets and cooking loss decreased relative to the UWBDF group. These changes indicated that fermentation could reduce the damaging effects of WBDF on noodles' quality, giving a new perspective on balancing between nutritional fiber-rich and high-quality foods.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2022.952525


Effects of Dietary Fiber, Crude Protein Level, and Gestation Stage on the Nitrogen Utilization of Multiparous Gestating Sows

28 Landrace-Yorkshire cross gestation sows at parity two were randomly divided into four nutritional regimens with seven duplicates of one pig with a repeat-measures layout to investigate the effects of dietary fiber, crude protein level, and gestation stage on nitrogen utilization, according to a study conducted by a random sample. Sows with high DF levels had increased nitrogen content in feces, lower urinary nitrogen, and increased nitrogen retention. Sows who were on a low CP diet had reduced nitrogen excretion in feces and urine, reduced nitrogen retention, and unchanged nitrogen retention ratio. Lower nitrogen excretion in urine and higher nitrogen retention were observed in Sows during the late stage of gestation, which was associated with a dramatic decrease in serum amino acids in late gestation, which was also associated with a significant decline in serum amino acids in late gestation. DF improved nitrogen utilization by lowering urine nitrogen production, decreasing urine nitrogen production, and nitrogen usage increased as gestation increased.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ani12121543


Influence of modification methods on physicochemical and structural properties of soluble dietary fiber from corn bran

Soluble dietary fiber, which is a component of dietary fibers, has numerous physiological functions, biological function, and excellent gel forming ability. SDF extraction from corn bran was investigated using twin-screw extrusion and ultrasonic therapy, as well as combinations of the various methods with dual enzyme hydrolysis. The SDF content of dual enzyme hydrolysis also increased. Consequently, the modified SDF is suitable as a functional food additive.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fochx.2022.100298


Physicochemical properties, structure, and ameliorative effects of insoluble dietary fiber from tea on slow transit constipation

Tea residue is a by-product of tea processing and contains u223c 60 percent insoluble dietary fiber. Also, the animal defecation function's related indexes were established, and the fermentation of fermented short chain fatty acid was measured in vitro. T-IDF has excellent physical and chemical stability, as shown by our laboratory. Moreover, T-IDF's intake in slowed transit intestinal dyskinesia mice and raised the production of short chain fatty acids.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fochx.2022.100340


The effects of different extraction methods on physicochemical, functional and physiological properties of soluble and insoluble dietary fiber from Rubus chingii Hu. fruits

We compared the chemical, physical, and functional characteristics of insoluble dietary fiber and soluble dietary fiber extracted from Rubus chingii Hu in this report. Compared to other DFs, water extraction SDF and acid extraction SDF demonstrated a more solid structure, improved thermal stability, and higher apparent viscosity, which in turn improved their functional properties. In summary, W-SDF and AC-SDF from R. chingii fruits can effectively minimize fat absorption.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jff.2022.105081


Dietary Fiber Supplementation in Gestating Sow Diet Improved Fetal Growth and Placental Development and Function Through Serotonin Signaling Pathway

The trial was conducted to investigate the effects of dietary fiber supplementation in gestation diet on infant growth and placental formation and function, as well as investigating the potential mechanism of DF improving sow reproductive outcomes. In addition, the sows in the F group had microbial community systems that were not similar to those in the NF group. The Coprococcus 3 abundance, which was positively correlated with colonic serotonin levels, was significantly reduced in the Family XIII AD3011 group's abundance, which was negatively correlated with colonic serotonin concentration, was negatively correlated with colonic serotonin concentration. DF supplementation in the gestation diet may raise placental serotonin levels by encouraging maternal serotonin synthesis in the colon and the transfer from the mother to the placenta in sows, as well as increasing placental growth and function, ultimately encouraging fetal growth.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fvets.2022.831703


Extraction, physiological function and application of soluble dietary fiber from edible fungi: a review

Abstract Soluble dietary fiber has attracted significant consumer interest due to its health benefits. The content and composition of soluble dietary fiber in edible fungi variy widely according to species, growth stages, and specific regions. Finally, the application and growth potential of mushroom soluble dietary fiber are discussed.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1590/fst.35422

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