Maltodextrin is an artificially produced white powder that can be enzymatically derived from any starch, most commonly corn, rice, tapioca, oats, barley, potato or wheat. When the maltodextrin powder is added to food, it thickens the product, and prevents crystallization and it helps to bind the ingredients together. Maltodextrin is a white, odourless, slightly hygroscopic powder, which quickly dissolves in an aqueous solution.
Check for the expiry date on the packaging, when buying Maltodextrin.
It may cause rise in blood sugar levels. It may cause allergic reactions like gas and diarrhea, in people sensitive to Maltodextrin.(2)
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