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Digestibility , fecal fermentation and anti-cancer of dragon fruit oligosaccharides

@inproceedings{Wichienchot2016DigestibilityF,
  title={Digestibility , fecal fermentation and anti-cancer of dragon fruit oligosaccharides},
  author={S. Wichienchot},
  year={2016}
}
  • S. Wichienchot
  • Published 2016
  • Dragon fruit is becoming more popular due to their nutritional benefits. It has been reported as a potential source of natural prebiotic since it contains oligosaccharides. This research aims to evaluate prebiotic properties of oligosaccharides from dragon fruit’s flesh. The oligosaccharides are non-digestible oligosaccharides since they resisted hydrolysis by human α-amylase in mouth, artificial human gastric juice in stomach and human α-amylase with sucrase, giving maximum hydrolysis of 6.7… CONTINUE READING
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