Calorie reduction through fibre enhancement

Lucas Westphal, Senior Bakery Scientist

Increasing the level of fibre in a product offers significant potential for reducing its ‘calorie density’. In this video Lucas Westphal describes a research project which aims to understand the function of fibre in products, investigate the potential for calorie density reduction using fibre, and assess the different forms of fibre available for achieving this.

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