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Prebiotic pasta can benefit your heart

Update : 2015-10-13 22:45:48
Prebiotic pasta can benefit your heart

Bita called glucan fiber is filled with a variety of pasta you that boost the immune system and diabetes, among other health benefits and can help fight high cholesterol in your gastrointestinal tract that "good" bacteria encourages growth.

For two months, the scientists of the population of healthy bacteria growth and non-profitable type of colonies, which was reduced by two months to determine who ate pasta for part of the landscape.

Topics low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol - the "Bad" known as type - prebiotic food is part of a broad effort to explore, that this project was reduced according to the paper.

Bita glucans oats, barley, bran are sugars found in baker's yeast and mushrooms, and often in food processing are used as texturing agents, and medical diabetes, cancer, high cholesterol and to boost immunity to ward off .

The human mind can not digest itself, but not gut bacteria digest some species, researchers say.

Before and after the experiment to work with fecal and blood samples, the research team of health-Lactobacilli species and a significant increase in Enterobacteriaceae such as a reduction in non-beneficial bacteria saw.

According to the paper, the increase in short chain fatty acids and anti-inflammatory activity associated with it saw a string of acquisitions.

Blood samples LDL cholesterol on average, 93.8 mg / DL signal, which had fallen to 107.4.

Special pasta according to the paper, 75 percent of the durum wheat flour and 25 percent whole grain barley flour is a mixture.

Both US and European standards subject here bita glucans three-gram is provided with the recommended daily dose, which ate 100 grams per day.

In Central Europe, developed around 7000 BC, durum wheat, commonly used in pasta recognized for its high protein content, which is today a widely cultivated crop.

Whole grain flour itself only improve blood sugar, glucose level and is associated with small galaimaikasa index, essential nutrients and take away here has been spared a thought process of refinement.

"These results indirectly to human health fibers and gut microbiota highlight the effect of the Mediterranean diet, and," in Italy, the University of Bari Adlo Moro says co-author Maria De Angelis.

Journal paper is applied and was published in Environmental Microbiology.

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