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Author Wee ranut Wanwarothorn
Alternative Author Lai Lih - Shiuh
Prisana Suwannaporn
บทคัดย่อการประชุมทางวิชาการ ครั้งที่ 53 กลุ่มที่ 2 สาขาอุตสาหกรรมเกษตร
TitleSTAR CH DIGESTIBILITY OF HYDROTHERMALLY TREATED GERMINATE D BROWN RICE TO REGULATE BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVEL
Call# FOOD 8148

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AbstractDifferent degree of germination could increase damaged starch level hence effect o n degree of polymerization of starch. Heat moisture treatment (HMT) of germinated paddy rice with appropriated chain length could improve crystalline perfection of starch. Slowly digestible starch (SDS) is digested slowly but completely in human?s small in testine. It could stabili ze glucose metabolism, diabetes management, mental performance, and satiety. Paddy rice (Pathumthani 1 and Riceberry cultivars) was germinated at 30 " C for 24, 36, 48, 60 h to initiate damage starch content by amylolytic enzyme. Pa sting properties and gelatinization properties were found to exceedingly decrease. After germination, rapidly digestible starch (RDS) was increase substantially (60.9 - 66.4%) comparing to normal cooked rice (39.4 - 42.3%). However, the slowly digestible starc h (SDS) and resistant starch (RS) of the cooked germinate rice were rapidly decreased. In order to benefit both blood glucose regulation and GA BA content of germinated rice, H eat moisture treatment (HMT) was applied after paddy?s germination at 90 " C for 1h . Result showed that RDS of HMT germinated rice was lowering to 40.2 - 40.8%. Its SDS and RS increased to 42.1 - 43.6% and 7.6. - 7.7% respectively comparing to germinate rice (24.9 - 26.9 and 2.5 - 2.8 for SDS and RS respectively).
Subjectgermination
damaged starch
slowly digestible starch
hydrothermal treatment
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