Health benefits of resistant starch: A review of the literature

  title={Health benefits of resistant starch: A review of the literature},
  author={Adrianna Bojarczuk and Sylwia Skąpska and Amin Mousavi Khaneghah and Krystian Marszałek},
  journal={Journal of Functional Foods},

Substrate Selectivity of a Novel Amylo-α-1,6-glucosidase from Thermococcus gammatolerans STB12

Amylo-α-1,6-glucosidase with high substrate selectivity and a high catalytic capacity could be used synergistically with other enzyme preparations to improve substrate utilization and reduce reaction time.



Underutilized horse chestnut (Aesculus indica) flour and its utilization for the development of gluten-free pasta

There has been a growing demand for the production of gluten-free products due to increased occurrence of celiac disease. Thus, different research groups have been investigating the use of various

New emerging techniques in combination with conventional methods in improving the quality, safety, and nutrient values of food products

Quality, safety, and nutrient values of food products can be changed under various conditions along the production chain, even on consumers’ tables. Although based on the scientific reports, many

OUP accepted manuscript

  • The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
  • 2021

Resistant starch: Implications of dietary inclusion on gut health and growth in pigs: a review

Results of research indicate that the use of RS as prebiotic may improve gut health and thereby, reduce the incidence of post-weaning diarrhea (PWD) and associated mortality.

Colloidal properties and stability of olive oil-in water emulsions stabilized by starch particles

In this study, olive oil-in-water emulsions (30% oil, v/v) were prepared by using high-pressure homogenization and different concentrations of modified corn starch particles (6–10% w/v). After a

Efficiency of Resistant Starch and Dextrins as Prebiotics: A Review of the Existing Evidence and Clinical Trials

The evidence supporting prebiotic properties of modified starches, particularly resistant starches and their derivatives, resistant dextrins, was assessed and deliberated, which allowed drawing an interesting conclusion on the subject.

Natural protective agents and their applications as bio-preservatives in the food industry

Today, the usage of natural additives in the food matrix has increased. Natural antimicrobial compounds include peptides, enzymes, bacteriocins, bacteriophages, plant extracts, essential oils, and

Food purchasing, preservation, and eating behavior during COVID-19 pandemic

It is revealed that the effective use of media tools could increase awareness and lead to behavioral changes that can reduce the spread of COVID-19, especially in con-sumers aged over 65 years.

Propionate attenuates atherosclerosis by immune-dependent regulation of intestinal cholesterol metabolism.

A novel immune-mediated pathway linking the gut microbiota-derived metabolite PA with intestinal Npc1l1 expression and cholesterol homeostasis is revealed, highlighting the gut immune system as a potential therapeutic target to control dyslipidaemia and introducing a new avenue for prevention of ACVDs.