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Nutritional and physical properties of dietary fiber from soybeans  [1989]

Lo, G.S. (Protein Technologies International, St. Louis, MO);

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The dietary fiber derived from soybean cotyledon is compared to fiber from soybean hulls. Fiber from soybean cotyledons consist largely of non-cellulosic polysaccharides in contrast to soy hull fiber, which contains a high level of cellulosic residues. The effect of soybean fiber on several physiological functions is discussed

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Cereal foods world (USA)

ISSN : 0146-6283