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TD.89247飼料配方是根據TD 78463提高鋅含量所製成 , 是一款果糖含量高達60%的實驗動物飼料

此類精製的碳水化合物食品的攝食後, 對於高血壓,肥胖,糖尿病,腎臟疾病和心血管疾病,無論是在相關人類和囓齒類動物都有重大影響。因此, 我們可以歸結飲食中攝取過多的果糖對健康的影響是相當不利。

A few carbohydrate adjusted formulas are shown below. Please contact us for additional formulas of this nature or for more information about altering the carbohydrate profile of a diet.  

Formula Examples:

TD.89247      60% Fructose Diet
TD.86489      Diet with Adjusted Sucrose/Cornstarch
TD.96348      Diet (20% Lactose, 2% Ca, 1.25% P)
TD.98090      70% Carbohydrate Diet
TD.96355      Ketogenic Diet (almost no carbohydrate)

Carbohydrates often make up the majority (by weight and % kcal) of custom research diets, with the exception of higher fat diets. Commonly used carbohydrate sources include sucrose, cornstarch and maltodextrin. Other sources include fructose, dextrose (glucose), dextrin, and lactose. Maltodextrin is enzymatically derived from cornstarch to have shorter glucose polymers and is helpful in pelleting high fat diets and in diets where cornstarch exceeds sucrose.

Sucrose is a part of most formulas, often making up 10% of the diet or more. This likely adds to the palatability of the diet. The carbohydrate profile of a diet can be manipulated, although some mixtures may not pellet. There are also diets with very little carbohydrate, thus containing high amounts of fat and/or protein.

Cellulose (fiber) is part of many formulas and while not required by rodents, is considered beneficial. It can also be used to make formulas with differing macronutrient profiles isocaloric.

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