Sugar-beet fibre increases cholesterol and reduces bile acid excretion from the small bowel.

@article{Langkilde1993SugarbeetFI,
  title={Sugar-beet fibre increases cholesterol and reduces bile acid excretion from the small bowel.},
  author={Anna Maria Langkilde and Henrik B. Andersson and Ingvar Bosaeus},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1993},
  volume={70 3},
  pages={757-66}
}
The effect of addition of sugar-beet fibre to the diet on sterol excretion from the small intestine was studied in nine ileostomy subjects. A constant low-fibre diet was given in two 3 d periods with and without 32 g sugar-beet fibre/d in random order. Care was taken to minimize bacterial alteration of the ileostomy contents. The addition of sugar-beet fibre increased net cholesterol excretion by 52 (SE 9)% (P < 0.01), from 294 (SE 99) to 451 (SE 124) mg/d, and decreased bile acid excretion by… CONTINUE READING
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