Fan-Jhen Dai
National Chung Hsing University
Risk analysis (engineering)Animal scienceChemistryInulinHydrolysateBile-acid Binding ActivityDietary fiberFood labelingSerum cholesterolHealth benefitsChicken breastExtraction methodsFood scienceBiochemistryFecesBiologyHydrolysis
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#2Lau Yie Qie (NCHU: National Chung Hsing University)
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Abstract In the present study, the influences of diets (i.e. chow and AIN-93 diets) on the interpretation of various fecal parameters including viable microbiota, moisture, weight, and short-chain fatty acids in rats fed different amounts of inulin (0.5–2 g/kg). Eight groups of rats (n = 8/group) were fed, for 4 weeks, chow or AIN-93 diets with or without inulin supplementation. Fecal samples were analyzed for different fecal parameters. After a 2-week adaptation, apparent differences in some fe...
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#1Fan-Jhen Dai (NCHU: National Chung Hsing University)H-Index: 1
#2Chi-Fai Chau (NCHU: National Chung Hsing University)H-Index: 2
Abstract This review discusses the history and evolution of the state of dietary fiber (DF) with account of refinements in extraction methods and legal definitions subsequent to the launch of DF hypothesis. For a long time, defining and regulating DFs relied heavily on their chemical compositions and analytical methods. Although chemical compositions and analytical methods still play an important role in the definition of DF, physiological activity has also been taken into consideration. The pre...
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