Improving bioavailability and stability of genistein by complexation with high-amylose corn starch.

@article{Cohen2011ImprovingBA,
  title={Improving bioavailability and stability of genistein by complexation with high-amylose corn starch.},
  author={Revital Cohen and Betty Schwartz and Irena Peri and Eyal Shimoni},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={59 14},
  pages={7932-8}
}
Genistein, like other phytochemicals, has beneficial health effects, but its bioavailability is limited. This research studied the effect of complexation of genistein with starch on genistein bioavailability. Genistein release from these complexes was tested in vitro under simulated intestinal conditions and in vivo in rats fed high-amylose corn starch (HACS)-genistein complexes (experimental group) as compared to those fed a physical mixture of HACS and genistein (controls). In vitro results… CONTINUE READING

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