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- Louie, Jimmy C.Y., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Trends in food science & technology 2019 v.86 pp. 412-425
- Stevia; acesulfame potassium; added sugars; aspartame; biscuits; bulking agents; cakes; dietary carbohydrate; encapsulation; fructooligosaccharides; maltitol; maltodextrins; nonnutritive sweeteners; sucralose; sucrose; sweetness; taste sensitivity
- ... Excessive consumption of added sugar is negatively associated with many health outcomes. Cakes and biscuits are popular discretionary foods that contribute significant amounts of added sugar to people's diets. Food reformulation may allow an efficient reduction in dietary sugar at a population level without shifting the individual's dietary pattern.The aim of this review was to examine the literat ...
- Louie, Jimmy C.Y., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Journal of food science 2019 v.84 no.7 pp. 1854-1863
- Bacteroides; Lactobacillus rhamnosus; antibiotics; bacterial communities; beta-glucuronidase; daidzein; diet; enzyme activity; excretion; fermentation; genistein; glycitein; intestinal microorganisms; intestines; lactic acid; metabolites; mice; multidimensional scaling; ribosomal RNA; sequence analysis; short chain fatty acids; soymilk; urine
- ... Lactobacillus rhamnosus strain ASCC 1520 with high soy isoflavone transformation ability was used to ferment soymilk and added to the diet of mice. The impact of L. rhamnosus fermentation on soy isoflavone metabolites and intestinal bacterial community, in conjunction with fecal enzyme activity and short‐chain fatty acids (SCFA) excretion was evaluated. Antibiotics intervention resulted in a decre ...
- Louie, Jimmy C.Y., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of nutrition education and behavior 2012 v.44 no.5 pp. 459-463
- dietary recommendations; food consumption; food labeling; foods; groceries; ingestion; qualitative analysis; surveys; terminology; uncertainty
- ... OBJECTIVE: To investigate consumers' understanding of terms commonly used to provide guidance about frequency and quantity of food consumption. METHODS: A survey of 405 shoppers explored how frequently consumers thought food labeled with the terms “eat often,” “eat moderately,” “eat occasionally,” “a sometimes food,” and “an extra food” should be eaten. In a separate phase, 30 grocery buyers respo ...