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- Furumoto, Emily J., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2003 v.51 no.11 pp. 3473-3481
- amino acids; bile; cholesterol; diet; drugs; egg albumen; egg yolk; eggs; excreta; fatty acid composition; heart; kidneys; laying hens; liver; nutrient content; oral administration
- ... Laying hens were fed a control diet alone or with 0.06 g of atorvastatin, a synthetic 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A reductase inhibitor, per 100 g of diet for 20 days. Compared to controls, egg yolks from treated hens contained greater amounts of amino acids and reduced levels of total fatty acids and cholesterol. In contrast, egg albumen amino acid contents were unaffected by dietary trea ...
- Furumoto, Emily J., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- British journal of nutrition 2003 v.90 no.4 pp. 803-807
- adults; bile acids; colon; colorectal neoplasms; cross-over studies; dietary fiber; excretion; experimental diets; feces composition; gastrointestinal transit; normal values; raisins; risk; short chain fatty acids; solar drying; tartaric acid; volatile fatty acids
- ... Sun-dried raisins are a source of dietary fibre and tartaric acid. The effects of tartaric acid on colon function have not been the focus of extensive research. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the effects of dietary fibre and tartaric acid from sun-dried raisins on colon function and on faecal bile acid and short-chain fatty acid (SCFA) excretion in healthy adults. Thirteen health ...