A whole-grain-rich diet reduces urinary excretion of markers of protein catabolism and gut microbiota metabolism in healthy men after one week.

@article{Ross2013AWD,
  title={A whole-grain-rich diet reduces urinary excretion of markers of protein catabolism and gut microbiota metabolism in healthy men after one week.},
  author={Alastair B Ross and Emma Per{\'e}-Trepat and Ivan Montoliu and F de Juan Mart{\'i}n and Sebastiano Collino and Sofia Moco and J Godin and Marilyn Cl{\'e}roux and Philippe Alexandre Guy and Isabelle Breton and Rodrigo Bibiloni and Anita Thorimbert and Isabelle Tavazzi and Lionel Tornier and Aude Bebuis and Stephen J Bruce and Maurice Beaumont and L P Fay and Sunil Kochhar},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2013},
  volume={143 6},
  pages={766-73}
}
Epidemiological studies consistently find that diets rich in whole-grain (WG) cereals lead to decreased risk of disease compared with refined grain (RG)-based diets. Aside from a greater amount of fiber and micronutrients, possible mechanisms for why WGs may be beneficial for health remain speculative. In an exploratory, randomized, researcher-blinded, crossover trial, we measured metabolic profile differences between healthy participants eating a diet based on WGs compared with a diet based on… CONTINUE READING
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