Month: June 2021

Stachyose food additives

What are stachyose,raffinose,and verbascose?

Raffinose, stachyose and verbascose are non-digestible short-chain carbohydrates or oligosaccharides. Humans do not have enzymes to digest them, so they pass unchanged to the colon where the normal intestinal bacteria ferment them to gases (methane, carbon dioxide, hydrogen), which can cause abdominal bloating [5]. The enzyme alpha-galactosidase that can break them down and thus prevent…
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30/06/2021 0

Stachyose Uses

As one non-reducing oligosaccharide, stachyose, under normal conditions, will not react with other chemical substances such as food additives and host crystal, nor affect special smells and flavour of other substances; therefore, it is a perfect functional ingredient. Human intestines can’t digest galactosidase, stachyose will not be destroyed in digestive system like oral cavity, stomach…
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29/06/2021 0

Stachyose synthesis in leaves of Cucurbita pepo

An enzyme synthesizing stachyose, galactinol-raffinose galactosyltransferase (EC2.4.1.67), has been purified ca 40-fold from mature leaves of Cucurbita pepo using ammonium sulphate precipitation, Sephadex gel filtration and DEAE-Sephadex gel chromatography. The purified enzyme fraction was separated from all but 2 % of the total,α-galactosidase activity extracted from the tissue. The enzyme was optimally active at pH…
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28/06/2021 0

Can infants and young children eat stachyose for a long time?

Many attentive friends will find that stachyose is added to the milk drinks or milk powders they buy, which is very safe for babies to use. There is no need to worry about the poor digestion of the baby after eating, so if it is used as a long-term care for the stomach, can it…
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25/06/2021 0

Stachyose is suitable for which age baby?

Core Tip: Stachyose can be found in vegetables, legumes and Chinese herbal medicines that we often eat. Stachyose can effectively regulate the intestinal ph value, kill pathogenic bacteria, inhibit the harm of carcinogens to the human body and improve human immunity. Babies have special stomach and intestines. Generally, it is better for babies over three…
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24/06/2021 0

What’s the disadvantage of eating too much stachyose?

1. Stachyose is very safe. It has existed in nature for thousands of years. It can be eaten regularly or for a long time without causing any adverse reactions or side effects. Stachyose is good for intestinal probiotics, digestion and metabolism. If you occasionally eat a large amount of stachyose, it may cause the speed…
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23/06/2021 0

FOOD RES INT: Stachyose improves the intestinal barrier function of sterile mice after human fecal transplantation and reduces intestinal inflammation

The colonization mode of tract microorganisms in young children directly affects the diversity of microorganisms, physiological development and the development of the immune system, which in turn has a long-term impact on the risk of disease. Bacteroides and Enterobacter are the dominant intestinal microbes in 3-month-old breastfed infants, while the distribution of intestinal microbes in…
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21/06/2021 0

The human body and probiotics are intimate; 80 stachyose is indeed the king of sugar and the king of bacteria

The relationship between the human body and probiotics is constantly being cut, and the rationale is still chaotic. It complements the human body, and both prosper and lose. They are distributed in the oral cavity, nasal cavity, esophagus, gastrointestinal tract, vagina, joints, armpits, toenails, urinary tract and so on. However, the intestine is the most…
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18/06/2021 0

Phytochemistry

Abstract An enzyme synthesizing stachyose, galactinol-raffinose galactosyltransferase (EC2.4.1.67), has been purified ca 40-fold from mature leaves of Cucurbita pepo using ammonium sulphate precipitation, Sephadex gel filtration and DEAE-Sephadex gel chromatography. The purified enzyme fraction was separated from all but 2 % of the total,α-galactosidase activity extracted from the tissue. The enzyme was optimally active at pH 6.9 and was…
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17/06/2021 0

80 stachyose, makes the intestines irritable and fearful, no longer crazy

The so-called irritable bowel syndrome (abbreviated as irritable bowel syndrome, IBS) refers to a group of continuous or intermittent attacks, with abdominal pain, bloating, bowel habits and/or changes in stool characteristics as clinical manifestations, but lack of gastrointestinal Intestinal dysfunction disease with abnormal tract structure and biochemistry. According to the characteristics of stool, IBS is…
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