Total Dietary Fiber (CODEX Definition) in Foods and Food Ingredients by a Rapid Enzymatic-Gravimetric Method and Liquid Chromatography: Collaborative Study, First Action 2017.16.

  title={Total Dietary Fiber (CODEX Definition) in Foods and Food Ingredients by a Rapid Enzymatic-Gravimetric Method and Liquid Chromatography: Collaborative Study, First Action 2017.16.},
  author={Barry V. McCleary},
  journal={Journal of AOAC International},
  • B. McCleary
  • Published 1 January 2019
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of AOAC International
A method for measurement of total dietary fiber (TDF) has been validated. This method is applicable to plant materials, foods, and food ingredients as consumed, consistent with the 2009 CODEX definition (ALINORM 09/32/REP), and measures insoluble dietary fiber (IDF) and soluble dietary fiber (SDF), comprising SDF that precipitates in the presence of 78% ethanol (SDFP) and SDF that remains soluble in the presence of 78% ethanol (SDFS). The method is an update of AOAC Method 2009.01 and addresses… 

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