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  • noun biochemistry A type of dextrin commonly used as a food additive.

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  • On the assumption of the existence of these compounds, Brown and his colleagues formulated what is known as the maltodextrin or amyloin hypothesis of starch degradation.

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  • For example, maltodextrin, which is a carbohydrate made from potato or corn starch, is called out and defined next to the overall ingredient list.

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  • Mr. Oehler said that the cost of CleanStim will fall once it catches on and Halliburton can buy larger volumes of ingredients, such as maltodextrin, a sweetener and shower-gel component, and organic ester, which is found in liquid egg products and hairspray.

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  • But there are also some ingredients Taco Bell left out of its national ad campaign to rebut allegations in the lawsuit - ingredients you might have a tough time finding in your home pantry or grocery store, such as maltodextrin or isolated oat product.

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  • What this means is that nearly ALL foods you buy that contain either corn or soy, in any form, will contain GMO unless it's When trying to avoid these GM crops, you'd also have to avoid all the derivatives of them, which would include items such as maltodextrin, soy lecitin, and high fructose corn syrup.

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  • It is advisable to have carbohydrates such as maltodextrin or tapioca dextrin rather than refined sugars such as sucrose, corn syrup, or high fructose corn syrup.

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  • It is advisable to have carbohydrates such as maltodextrin or tapioca dextrin rather than refined sugars such as sucrose, corn syrup, or high fructose corn syrup.

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  • The claim to fame is that it contains only active ingredients and no fillers while most pre-workout powders use additives such as maltodextrin and excessive amounts of magnesium to bulk up the weight of the formula.

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  • It is advisable to have carbohydrates such as maltodextrin or tapioca dextrin rather than refined sugars such as sucrose, corn syrup, or high fructose corn syrup.

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  • (SHS) exhibits more effective gelling properties than maltodextrin, which is currently applied as a fat mimetic. "

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