What’s Organic Resistant Dextrin?
Organic resistant dextrin is a low-molecular-weight soluble glucan obtained by heating and decomposing natural corn starch under acidic conditions. It is also called soluble corn fiber. Usually white or light yellow powder, easily soluble in water, the aqueous solution is transparent, clear, slightly sweet, and added to food will not affect the original flavor of the food. Resistant dextrin also has the characteristics of high stability and is suitable for a variety of foods.
|Product Name||Organic Resistant Dextrin|
|Characteristics||White to light yellow powder|
|taste||Mild sweetness, pure|
|Total dietary fiber/ (g/100g)||≥90|
Dietary fiber content is high: above 90%
Water activity is low: easy storage extended shelf life
Low hygroscopicity: no caking, easy to save
Low viscosity: 15 cps (30 ° C, 30% solution)
Low energy: 1 Kcal / g
Low sweetness: sucrose 10%
Good embedding effect: improving taste and shielding odor
High water solubility: Solubility 70%
High stability: heat, acid
Absorption rate: minerals, vitamins
China: Resistant dextrin for food raw materials
Japan: Food Ingredients for Specific Health Care
United States: FDA approved by the US FDA GRAS safety certification
Resistant Dextrin Benefits
The water-absorbing and swelling properties of Resistant dextrin are beneficial to promote the peristalsis of the gastrointestinal tract, prevent constipation, and reduce and prevent gastrointestinal diseases. Not only can the Resistant dextrin effectively inhibit the absorption of cholesterol but it can also slow down and even reduce the absorption of harmful substances such as heavy metals so as to further prevent the harmful effects of harmful chemicals from happening. Moreover, the soluble corn fiber can also improve intestinal flora and maintain the microecological balance in the body. This low-calorie sweetener is also beneficial to the synthesis of certain nutrients. It is normally considered conducive to the treatment and rehabilitation of diabetes.
Resistant dextrin Nutrition Facts
Research led by researchers from the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Toronto in Canada has shown that foods and beverages containing Resistant dextrin or resistant starch can lead to lower blood sugar and insulin responses. A lower response can help prevent sugar from rising and falling like a roller coaster, thereby improving weight control, maintaining energy, and controlling hunger, which is especially beneficial for patients struggling with diabetes.