Differential effects of dietary whey, casein and soya on colonic DNA damage and large bowel SCFA in rats fed diets low and high in resistant starch

@article{Toden2007DifferentialEO,
  title={Differential effects of dietary whey, casein and soya on colonic DNA damage and large bowel SCFA in rats fed diets low and high in resistant starch},
  author={Shusuke Toden and A. Bird and D. Topping and M. Conlon},
  journal={British Journal of Nutrition},
  year={2007},
  volume={97},
  pages={535 - 543}
}
  • Shusuke Toden, A. Bird, +1 author M. Conlon
  • Published 2007
  • Biology, Medicine
  • British Journal of Nutrition
  • Feeding higher levels of dietary animal protein (as casein or red meat) increases colonic DNA damage and thins the colonic mucus barrier in rats. Feeding resistant starch (RS) reverses these changes and increases large bowel SCFA. The present study examined whether high dietary dairy (casein or whey) or plant (soya) proteins had similar adverse effects and whether dietary RS was protective. Adult male rats were fed diets containing 15 or 25 % casein, whey or soya protein with or without 48… CONTINUE READING
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