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Dietary fiber from mango byproducts : characterization and hypoglycemic effect determined by in vitro methods

Gourgue Claudine M.P., Champ Martine M.J., Lozano Yves, Delort Laval J.. 1992. Dietary fiber from mango byproducts : characterization and hypoglycemic effect determined by in vitro methods. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 40 (10) : pp. 1864-1868.

Journal article ; Article de revue à facteur d'impact
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Abstract : Mango (Mangifera indica L.) byproducts, which represent 35-60% of the processed fruit, are a potential source of dietary fiber. After ethanolic purification, we found that peels and fibrous waste pulp had a high dietary fiber content (74% of the dry matter) with a soluble/insoluble ratio close to 1 and a 15-20% uronic acid content. The fiber water-soluble fraction showed shear-thinning behavior. In vitro studies indicate that these fibers decreased total starch digestibility and slowed the final rate of amylolysis of mashed potatoes as the starch source. Glucose diffusion was also retarded in the presence of mango fiber. These results suggest that mango byproducts are a good source of dietary fiber which could be of potential benefit in controlling plasma glucose. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés Agrovoc : Mangue, Sous-produit, Fibre végétale, Fibre brute, Glucose

Classification Agris : Q70 - Processing of agricultural wastes
Q04 - Food composition

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Gourgue Claudine M.P., INRA (FRA)
  • Champ Martine M.J.
  • Lozano Yves, GERDAT (FRA)
  • Delort Laval J., INRA (FRA)

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