Evaluating Healthful Properties of Cereals and Cereal Fractions by Their Bile-Acid-Binding Potential 1

@inproceedings{Kahlon2009EvaluatingHP,
  title={Evaluating Healthful Properties of Cereals and Cereal Fractions by Their Bile-Acid-Binding Potential 1},
  author={Talwinder Singh Kahlon},
  year={2009}
}
In vitro bile acid binding without the use of labeled isotopes is an economical method for screening various foods and food fractions to evaluate their healthful potential before initiating timeand costintensive animal and human studies. Bile acids are needed for fat absorption, and high-fat diets are implicated in obesity, as well as raising plasma cholesterol. Bound bile acids are excreted and are not available for absorption through enterohepatic circulation. In response to lowered bile acid… CONTINUE READING
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