Soybean dietary fiber mainly refers to the general term for macromolecular carbohydrates that cannot be digested and absorbed by human digestive enzymes, mainly including cellulose, pectin, xylan, mannose, etc. Although dietary fiber cannot provide any nutrients to the human body, it has important physiological functions for the human body.
Dietary fiber has obvious functions of lowering blood pressure and plasma cholesterol, regulating gastrointestinal function, blood sugar and insulin levels. It is one of the best functional dietary fibers, far more than other synthetic fibers (such as Lizexin, polydextrose).
1.Meat products (eg fish balls, meatballs, ham, hot dogs)
Soybean dietary fiber has high water holding capacity, which is conducive to the formation of the tissue structure of the product to prevent syneresis. Adding it to meat products can make the aroma components in meat products aggregate without escaping, and can prevent starch from aging during cooling. It is used as a jelly in fish balls, beef balls and other products, so that the meat balls are not loose and elastic, and at the same time strengthen the protein content, and partially replace soybean protein powder. The addition amount is 3%-6%.