maltodextrin


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maltodextrin

(ˌmɔːltəʊˈdɛkstrɪn)
n
(Chemistry) a dextrin produced from starch used as a food additive, for example in energy bars, etc
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maltodextrin

maltodextrin

n maltodextrina
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foenum-graecum seed extract equivalent to 9.9g dry herb, and 30mg of maltodextrin. Placebo capsules contained 330mg maltodextrin.
Valley Cottage, NY, June 24, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Increasing demand for low-caloric food products and large scale availability of affordable maltodextrin in emerging markets is fuelling the maltodextrin market.
The subjects ingested a CHO gel, over 2 min (t = -2 to 0 min), of either: (a) MGF: 35% maltodextrin, 50% glucose and 15% fructose; (b) MG: 50% maltodextrin and 50% glucose: and (c) P: artificial sweetener.
The new recipe also does not use maltodextrin, which McDonald's said is generally used as a sugar to increase browning or as a carrier for seasoning.
Partially derived from renewable resources, it is formed by the reaction of vinyl pyrrolidone (NVP) and maltodextrin. This proprietary, patented hybrid polymer offers the exceptional clarity and consumer-preferred rheology typically associated with synthetic fixative polymers.
Sucrose, corn syrup solids, and/or maltodextrin provide the carbohydrate in soy-based infant formulas.
Made from wheat bran, wheat, molasses and maltodextrin, Postum is touted as a healthy caffeine-free coffee alternative and has been a grocery store staple since 1912 when it was invented by C.W.
"Maltodextrin" is a rapidly absorbing form of glucose which is also used in sodas, candy, and other processed foods.
The sugar battery combines fuel, maltodextrin, with air to generate electricity and water as the main by-products.
This fuel cell is refillable with a solution of maltodextrin, and its only by products are electricity and water.
Twenty trauma patients (mean age, 45 years) with wounds that were not healing were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, in addition to their hospital diet, 40 g of glutamine, 1000 mg of vitamin C, 332 mg of alpha-tocopherol, 6.4 mg of beta-carotene, 200 [micro]g of selenium, and 13.2 mg of zinc, in 2 divided doses per day, or placebo (an isocaloric amount of maltodextrin) for 14 days.
For the sugar cured egg yolks: 1 pound superfine sugar 1 cup water 8 egg yolks For the dacquoise:* 5 1/4 ounces egg whites 1 1/2 ounces superfine sugar plus extra for sprinkling 4 3/4 ounces confectioners' sugar plus extra for sprinkling 3 1/4 ounces sifted almond flour For the caramel powder 4 1/2 ounces superfine sugar 1 1/4 ounces maltodextrin powder Grapeseed oil For the caramel sauce:* 8 3/4 ounces superfine sugar 5 1/2 ounces heavy cream To serve: Almond Flour Fleur de sel Superfine sugar yields more than needed for plating For the sugar cured egg yolks: Bring sugar and water to a boil, stirring to dissolve sugar.