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Physiological Characteristics of Resistant Starch (HI-MAIZE DIET) Fortified with Other Dietary Fiber Components

식이섬유의 기능이 강화된 저항전분 (HI-MAIZE DIET)의 생리적 특성

  • Choi, Yang-Mun (Dept. of Food Service and Industry, Shinsung College) ;
  • Oh, Sung-Hoon (Dept. of Food and Biotechnology, Ansan College of Technology) ;
  • Yu, Kwang-Won (Dept. of Kimchi and Food Science, Chongju National College of Science and Technology) ;
  • Shin, Kwang-Soon (Dept. of Food Science and Biotechnology, Kyonggi University) ;
  • Ra, Kyung-Soo (Dept. of Food and Nutrition, Daegu Technical College) ;
  • Park, Chul-Soo (Center Research Institute, Kwang Dong Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.,) ;
  • Kim, Kyung-Mi (Dept. of Food and Nutrition, College of Health Sciences, Korea University) ;
  • Suh, Hyung-Joo (Dept. of Food and Nutrition, College of Health Sciences, Korea University)
  • 최양문 (신성대학 외식산업전공) ;
  • 오성훈 (안산공과대학 식품생명공업과) ;
  • 유광원 (국립청주과학대학 김치식품과학과) ;
  • 신광순 (경기대학교 식품생물공학과) ;
  • 나경수 (대구공업대학 식품영양과) ;
  • 박철수 (공동제약㈜중앙연구소) ;
  • 김경미 (고려대학교 병설 보건대학 식품영양과) ;
  • 서형주 (고려대학교 병설 보건대학 식품영양과)
  • Published : 2005.03.01

Abstract

This study was performed to investigate the influences of resistant starch (HM: HI-MAIZE) and HM-D (HI-MAIZE DIET) fortified with D-factor (consisted of Psyliium husk, polydextrose and hydrocitric acid) on the glucose and bile acid absorption and production of short chain fatty acids (SCFA). HM-D absorbed more glucose and bile acid than did HM. The glucose transport of HM and HM-D against dialysis membrane showed 77% and 68% for 4h, respectively. After 24h, bile acid transport of HM and HM -D showed 65% and 62.3%, respectively. The HM and HM-D produced 217.8 mM and 264.0mM of SCFA, respectively. The production of butyric acid in HM-D (32.7mM) showed higher than that of HM (26.9mM). The addition of D-factor to HM increased the physiological function of dietary fiber through the glucose and bile acid absorption and production of SCFA.

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