Hydrocolloids seen as acrylamide blocker

03/8/2010 | FoodNavigator

Researchers say using hydrocolloids in fried and baked foods may inhibit development of acrylamide, which is linked to cancer. Researchers tested eight hydrocolloids and had the most success with pectin and alginic acid.

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