Quantitative aspects of the metabolism of lignans in pigs fed fibre-enriched rye and wheat bread

@article{Laerke2009QuantitativeAO,
  title={Quantitative aspects of the metabolism of lignans in pigs fed fibre-enriched rye and wheat bread},
  author={Helle Nygaard Laerke and Marianne Asp Mortensen and Mette Skou Hedemann and Knud Erik Bach Knudsen and Jos{\'e} L. Pe{\~n}alvo and Herman C Adlercreutz},
  journal={British Journal of Nutrition},
  year={2009},
  volume={102},
  pages={985 - 994}
}
A diet rich in lignans has been suggested to be protective against a range of chronic diseases. The distribution and metabolic fate of lignans is, however, very poorly understood. We fed high-fibre wheat breads low in lignans (n 8) or high-fibre rye breads (n 9) rich in plant lignans to pigs for 58–67 d, and analysed the content of plant lignans and their metabolites in the diet, blood, bile, faeces, urine and selected tissues. Apparent faecal digestibility of dietary precursors was higher than… 
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