Short chain fatty acids (SCFAs) derived from dietary fiber fermentation by gut microbiota have been identified as one of the mechanisms behind the association between habitual whole-grain intake and a lower risk of cardiometabolic diseases. The aims of the present work are: (1) to evaluate whether a whole-grain wheat-based diet may increase SCFAs concentration, and (2) to identify possible associations between SCFAs and metabolic changes observed after the nutritional intervention.

Effects of wholegrain cereal foods on plasma short chain fatty acid concentrations in individuals with the metabolic syndrome

VETRANI, CLAUDIA;COSTABILE, GIUSEPPINA;NAVIGLIO, DANIELE;RIVELLESE, ANGELA ALBAROSA;RICCARDI, GABRIELE;GIACCO, Rosalba
2016

Abstract

Short chain fatty acids (SCFAs) derived from dietary fiber fermentation by gut microbiota have been identified as one of the mechanisms behind the association between habitual whole-grain intake and a lower risk of cardiometabolic diseases. The aims of the present work are: (1) to evaluate whether a whole-grain wheat-based diet may increase SCFAs concentration, and (2) to identify possible associations between SCFAs and metabolic changes observed after the nutritional intervention.
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