fructan


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fructan

(ˈfrʌktən)
n
(Biochemistry) a type of polymer of fructose, present in certain fruits
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He explained that a grain component, called fructan, may trigger stomach problems in people who have damage to their microbiome or irritable bowel syndrome.
BARLEYmax is rich in resistant starch and water-soluble dietary fiber, such as I[sup.2]-glucan and fructan. BARLEYmax was developed by Australia's national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.
BARLEYmax is rich in resistant starch and water-soluble dietary fiber, such as ?-glucan and fructan. BARLEYmax was developed by Australia's national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.
Under the terms of the agreement, Teijin Limited will acquire the exclusive sales rights in Asia to BARLEYmax, non-genetically modified barley rich in resistant starch and water-soluble dietary fiber, including ?-glucan and fructan,from The Healthy Grain Pty Limited, an Australian venture company.
Finnish company Fazer Mills recently introduced an enzyme called LOFO, which can help lower the fructan content in wheat bread.
Why the confusion between gluten and fructan intolerance?
Sucrose is the substrate of glucansucrase or fructansucrase, two enzymes respectively responsible for the synthesis of glucan and fructan (5-6)).
Use of yacon flour and fructan extract in the formulation of luncheon meats.
The abdominal symptoms and bloating were associated with fructan challenge in a recent randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover challenge (DBPCC) study involving 59 subjects with self-reported NCGS, as measured by gastrointestinal symptom rating scale-irritable bowel syndrome (GSRS-IBS) and GSRS bloating score.
Pollock, "Oligosaccharide intermediates of fructan synthesis in Lolium temulentum," Phytochemistry, vol.