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Prebiotics added to yogurt include inulin (made from chicory or table sugar), soy oligosaccharides and some types of maltodextrins and modified food starch.
[And] the Association des Amidonneries de Céréales (AAC) received the "unlikely" verdict on its two submissions on wheat starch hydrolysates, one of which concerned maltodextrins in coelic disease and wheat allergy, and the other the potential effects of wheat-based glucose syrups in celiac disease and wheat allergy.
Ingredients: CytoCarb II (CytoSport's unique combination of branching as well as short, medium and long linear chain maltodextrins with very low DE (Dextrose Equivalence) providing a complex carbohydrate source approximately 96.5% Sugar-free), Citric Acid, Natural and
Syral's portfolio is made up of native starches, modified starches, sweeteners, glucose syrups, maltodextrins and dehydrated glucoses, polyols, biofuels and green chemistry, and vegetable proteins and co-products.