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fer·ment·a·ble

(fĕr-ment'ă-bĕl),
Capable of undergoing fermentation.

fer·ment·a·ble

(fĕr-ment'ă-bĕl)
Capable of undergoing fermentation.
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Andrew Gewirtz said that manipulating dietary fiber content, particularly by adding fermentable fiber, guards against metabolic syndrome.
An increase in the volume of enzymes used significantly affects the amount of fermentable sugar generation.
Non fermentable sugars are the fraction of dissolved solids of the molasses and other substrates which cannot be fermented.
Fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols (FODMAPs) such as apples, beans, white bread, and milk are poorly absorbed in the small intestine, which can trigger bouts of gas from colonic bacterial fermentation and diarrhea because of osmotic water transfer into the lumen of the colon.
Mulberry foliage has high CP content and degradability and is considered as a high value supplement of fermentable energy for ruminants consuming low quality roughages (Saddul et al., 2005; Yulistiani et al., 2008).
Under the terms of the agreement up to 144,000 tons of condensed fermentable sugar syrup per plant, per year will be bought by PFL and distributed into the world market.
The name is an acronym for Fermentable, Oligosaccharide, Disaccharide, Monosaccharide and Polyols and the diet has solid, if somewhat limited, scientific evidence as a treatment for IBS.
"From a simple dietary intervention perspective, when we think about what the components of a balanced and healthy diet are, having higher amounts of fermentable fibre could be important," he added later.
The yeast, as you may know, converts the fermentable sugars present in the dough into carbon dioxide and ethanol.
Specifically, she has managed to increase the amount of starch produced in the tobacco leaves by 700% and fermentable sugars by 500%.
"FODMAP" is a rather clunky acronym for a certain kind of fermentable, short-chain carbohydrate: specifically, the word stands for fermentable, oligo-, di-, monosaccharides, and polyols.
EOS 100 is a 100 percent fermentable water-mixable vegetable oil-bases organic substrate.