The analysis of starch at Midwest uses modified AACC- 76-13.01/AOAC 996.11 methods. The basic protocol is to convert the hydrolysable starch into individual glucose molecules and then measure the amount of glucose (also known as dextrose) present using a glucometer. The test procedure cannot measure resistant starch or differentiate between indigenous glucose and that glucose produced by the enzymatic breakdown of the starch.
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"Salt" is composed of sodium and chloride. Measuring the "salt" level is an estimation, as there is no method that is specific for measuring "salt".READ MORE
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