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Topics in Dietary Fiber Research

Author: Gene A Spiller
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1978.
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The collection of papers in our own Fiber in Human Nutrition (Plenum Press, 1976) is one such effor~ However, even as it was going to press, we realized that increased interest in specific areas of  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gene A Spiller
ISBN: 9781468424812 1468424815 9781468424836 1468424831
OCLC Number: 840287962
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: 1 --
The Detergent System of Fiber Analysis --
I. Introduction --
II. Systems of Fiber Analysis --
III. The Detergent Systems --
IV. Nutritional Implications of the Detergent Systems --
V. In-Vitro Cell-Wall Digestion --
VI. Procedures in the Detergent System of Fiber Analysis --
VII. Conclusions --
References --
2 --
Wheat Bran: Composition and Digestibility. --
I. Introduction --
II. Morphology of Bran --
III. Composition of Bran --
IV. Bran Digestibility --
V. Fiber Versus Indigestible Residue --
VI. Conclusion --
References --
3 --
The Chemical Structure of Lignin and Quantitative and Qualitative Methods of Analysis in Foodstuffs --
I. Introduction --
II. Structure of the Plant Cell Wall --
III. The Chemistry of Lignin --
IV. Analytical Methods for Lignin --
V. Effect of Digestion on Lignin --
VI. Lignin Content of Human Foods --
VII. Summary --
References --
4 --
Pectin --
I. Chemistry and Nomenclature --
II. Pectic Enzymes --
III. Pectin Content of Plant Materials --
IV. Gel Formation --
V. Pectin Metabolism --
VI. Conclusion --
References --
5 --
Plant Fibers and Human Health --
I. Introduction --
II. Dietary Fiber in Vegetarian and Nonvegetarian Diets --
III. Dietary Fiber and Epidemiological Aspect of Disease --
IV. Conclusion --
References --
6 --
Fermentation as the Principal Cause of the Physiological Activity of Indigestible Food Residue --
I. Introduction --
II. The Indigestible Residue of Vegetable Foods and its Fate in the Body --
III. Variable Rate of Starch Digestion --
IV. Fermentation as the Cause of Intestinal Gas Formation --
V. Fermentation as the Cause of Accelerated Transit in the Large Bowel --
VI. The Effects Intestinal Bacteria and Food Residue Exert on Excretion of Sterols --
VII. Conclusions --
References --
7 --
Practical Dietary Research Design and Applications for Southwestern American Indians --
I. Introduction --
II. Fiber Selection --
III. Dietary Calculation --
IV. Dietary Design --
V. Differences in Populations --
VI. Conclusion --
References --
8 --
Paleodietetics: A Review of the Role of Dietary Fiber in Preagricultural Human Diets --
I. Introduction --
II. Coprolites from Pleistocene Contexts --
III. Desiccated Coprolites from Postpleistocene Contexts --
IV. The Role of Nonphytic Biopolymers in Preagricultural Human Diets --
V. Possible Morphological Adaptations to the Fiber Content of the Diet --
VI. Summary --
References --
Appendix --
Dietary Fiber Content of Foods --
References --
Contributors.
Responsibility: edited by Gene A. Spiller.

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