Diet fiber determination (I Anko - Fast Test)

Dietary Fiber Determination (Ankom - Rapid Test)
Dietary Fiber Determination (Ankom - Rapid Test)

Food fibers have a great use in meat products with reduced fat content. Fibers obtained from oats, soybeans, sugar beets, apples and pears are used in some meat products such as sausage, sausage and meatballs. However, the most important feature of food fibers is colon cancer, especially cardiovascular diseases, cholesterol and constipation, which reduces the risk of diseases such as carrying properties.

The raw fiber-forming compounds are of two types: plant cell components and plant cell wall components. The second group of constituents are oils, proteins, inorganic substances, lignin, cellulose, hemicellulose and petkin. Among these, dietary fiber is used to distinguish substances such as cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin from other compounds that form the plant cell wall.

In recent years, dietary fiber has proven to play an important role in human nutrition, and people's interest has increased. Especially the developments in the field of medicine reveal the relationship between various diseases and dietary deficiencies. Today, many organizations, including the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA), recommend that the daily diet intake is 35 grams. In light of these developments, consumers use dietary fiber to lose weight, to support diabetes, to reduce the risk of colon cancer, and to improve blood and cholesterol levels.

Detergent and various enzyme systems are used in the determination of dietary fiber by analytical methods. Dietary fiber analyzes are based on the measurements of non-hydrolysable polysaccharides that will occur with the enzymes found in the human digestive tract of products. Today, in all chemical methods, fast and fast economic methods are used in dietary fiber analysis. One of these is ankom test equipment. These devices are one of the most widely used devices in dietary fiber analyzes that cannot be digested by plant nutrients and facilitate the production of feces by absorbing water as it passes through the digestive tract.

Ankom and fast test methods and dietary fiber determination studies are carried out in the authorized laboratories within the scope of chemical tests.