Rapid Increase in End-use Adoption to Boost Hydroxypropyl Distarch Phosphate Mar
Posted by Shashii Pawar on September 18th, 2019
Hydroxypropyl distarch phosphate is modified food starch. Hydroxypropyl distarch phosphate appears to be as a white to creamy – a fine white powder with flavorless odor and bland taste. HDP is also known as resistant starch type 4. Hydroxypropyl distarch phosphate is prepared by treating starch with phosphoric acid and propylene oxide. The derived resultant is more stable against acid and starch degrading enzymes. HDP is a perfect chemically modified resistant starch which does not release glucose through the small intestine, thus helps into lower glucose and insulin to the response of meal, restricting the production of new fat cells and keeping the appetite stable in the body. Adoption of hydroxypropyl distarch phosphate has various health benefits such as management of body weight, helps to weight loss and increases endurance performance. The use of hydroxypropyl distarch phosphate contributes to lower the blood triglyceride content, cholesterol, and insulin resistant. HDP assists in preventing colon cancer by acting as prebiotics to the colon cancer cells. Hydroxypropyl distarch phosphate is used as a food additive and application of HDP as thickening, and texturing agent in food products provides greater shelf life, enhances shine and color to products and has excellent cold storage properties.
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