acacia gum


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acacia gum

[ə′kā·shyə ‚gəm]
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More recently, western countries discovered that acacia gum is also a dietary fiber with very interesting nutritional properties [59].
We have recently demonstrated that acacia gum (AG) treatment was effective in ameliorating several biochemical and histopathological indices, and motor and behavioral changes in adenine-induced CRF (Ali et at, 2010; Ali et al.
The $40,000USD (pounds 26,000) from the Food Agriculture Organisation (FAO), a branch of the UN, has been earmarked to help the population of South Sudan earn a living from the export of acacia gums.
All LITHOGUM[TM] products are 100% acacia gum and have been purified through an innovative and proprietary process breakthrough in order to provide an extremely high level of functionality and effectiveness.
50, and Volumizing Clay Conditioner, pounds 17, contain acacia gum and kaolin clay to make hair look and feel thicker and fuller.
QUICK FIBRE gives a nutritional "added value" to snacks, cereal or fruit bars, dietary confectionery while offering the outstanding process-performing properties of natural acacia gum.
Potassium bisulphate, polyvinyl-polypyrrolidine and acacia gum go into many wines.
When a drought in Africa made it hard for manufacturers to get the acacia gum used to hold tablets together, they switched to a more acidic gelatin, which, when mixed with calcium carbonate, made something resembling cement.
For example, hydrocolloids such as acacia gum are recognized for their functional benefits in various applications and are a source of soluble fibers that can benefit low-calorie products.