glucomannan


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glucomannan

[¦glü·kō¦man·ən]
(biochemistry)
A polysaccharide composed ofD-glucose andD-mannose; a prominent component of coniferous trees.
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Kahyaoglu, Characterization of a new biodegradable edible film made from salep glucomannan, Carbohydrate Polymers, 104(0), 50-58 (2014)
Effects of Aflatoxin on Some Haematological Parameters and Protective Effectiveness of Esterified Glucomannan in Merino Rams.
Psyllium fiber and glucomannan (from the roots of the conjac plant) can be added to your diet plan.
Effects of Aflatoxin on Some Hematological Parameters and Protective Effectiveness of Esterified Glucomannan in Merino Rams.
To achieve the cellulose content of eucalypt pulp for each sample, one mannose equivalent was subtracted from the content of the glucans, as has been reported in previous literature (SIXTA, 2006), known that glucomannan hemicelluloses have a glucose:mannose ratio approximately of 1:1.
It apparently works because of the polysaccharides present, the main one of which is a glucomannan.
Other soluble fibres with positive effects on more than one MetS component are guar gum, fenugreek, chitosan and glucomannan.
Effect of konjac glucomannan on syneresis, textural properties and the microstructure of frozen rice starch gels.
Aloe vera is packed with glucomannan, a soluble dietary fiber (polysaccharide), and thus reduces glucose levels.
A polymeric glucomannan mycotoxin adsorbent derived from the cell wall of yeast has been shown to counteract some of the deleterious effects of mycotoxins in swine (Swamy et al.
Natural Vitamin E, Natural Mixed Tocopherols, Natural Beta Carotene, Lutein, Lycopene, Sunflower Lecithin, Natural Mixed Carotenoids, Glucomannan, Agave Inulin, Glucosamines, Pea Protein Isolate, Gluconates, Fmit and Vegetable Powders, Rutin, Quercetin, Calcium Citrate Fine Granular and Hyaluronic Acid.
Functional interaction components of protein isolates and glucomannan in food bars by FTIR and SEM studies.