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Effect of dietary resveratrol supplementation on muscle fiber types and meat quality in beef cattle

A feeding experiment was carried out in order to determine the effect of dietary resveratrol supplementation on muscle fiber types and meat quality in beef cattle. The results indicated that dietary resveratrol raised the gene expression of MyHC I and increased the number of type I fibers in three muscle types. However, the increased number of type I fibers resulted in a darker initial color, but did improve color stability, as the a* value of RES samples was lower initially but higher in the later stage of aging.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/IND607936728


Low intake of β carotene and dietary fiber from vegetables and fruits in patients with chronic kidney disease.

We were trying to determine the appropriateness of u03b2 carotene and dietary fiber intake in patients with CKD. Using covariance analysis, the intake of u03b2 carotene and dietary fiber in CKD stages was determined. Following accounting for confounding causes, the intake of u03b2 carotene and dietary fiber decreased as the CKD stage progressed. Patients with CKD had insufficient vegetable and fruit intake, as well as a lack of u03b2 carotene and dietary fiber from vegetables and fruits.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36402819


Application of seaweed dietary fiber as a potential alternative to phosphates in frankfurters with healthier profiles.

This research was designed to look at the use of seaweed dietary fiber as a potential alternative to phosphates on phosphate-free frankfurters' quality characteristics. SDF can be considered as a viable alternative for the processing of phosphate-free frankfurters with improved quality and superior health benefits, which are in accordance with the demand for healthier meat products.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36410055


Influence of dietary fiber intake and soluble to insoluble fiber ratio on reproductive performance of sows during late gestation under hot climatic conditions.

This study investigated the influence of dietary fiber content and the ratio of soluble fiber: insoluble fiber on sows' reproductive performance under heat stress. SF:ISF ratio, 20% DF, 1:4, SF:ISF ratio; HF, 20% DF, 1:6, SF:ISF; LH, 14% DF, 1:6, SF:ISF, 1:6, SF:ISF, 14% DF, 1:6 SF, 1:6; SF:ISF; ISF, 20% DF, 1:6, ISF:ISF, DF, 20 percent DF, 1: DF, 1:ISF:ISF; DF, 1:ISF, 1:ISF:ISF; DF, 1:ISF, 1:ISF; DF, 1:ISF; DF, 1:ISF; DF, 1:ISF, 1:ISF; SF, 1:ISF; SF, 1:ISF; DF, 1:ISF, 1:ISF; DF, 1 In HH, the body mass of Weaning piglets' bodyweight was higher than those of LH and LL. In HH and LL, hair cortisol was lower than HL and LL. We opined that higher intakes of dietary fiber and soluble fiber may reduce heat stress in gestating sows.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36396815


Dietary fiber ameliorates sleep disturbance connected to the gut-brain axis.

Poor eating habits, heavy drinking habits, and modern lifestyles can all interfere with the circadian rhythm, resulting in sleep disorders such as difficulty falling asleep and frequent wake up. This essay, on the other hand, emphasizes that increasing the intake of dietary fiber in the daily diet is helpful in reducing sleep disorders. They regulate sleep disorders by dramatically raising the serotonin secretion, increasing serotonin secretion, and raising serotonin secretion. These are new steps for treating human sleep disorders from the perspective of the gut microbiota.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36373848


The association between dietary fiber and infertility among US Women: The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2013-2018.

Background studies have indicated that dietary habits can be related to female infertility, but that the link between dietary fiber intake and infertility has yet to be established. This study was designed to see if there is an independent correlation between diet fiber intake and infertility in American women. Each new rise in log10 dietary fiber intake was associated with a 32 percent lower risk of infertility. The possibility of a nonlinear relationship between diet fiber intake and infertility was ruled out by the GAM model and smooth curve fitting. The results revealed that there is an inverse linear correlation between dietary fiber intake and infertility, which is infertility. The relationship between diet of dietary fiber and infertility is linear, and increasing dietary fiber intake may be helpful to lower infertility.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36373676


Dietary Protein and Fiber Affect Gut Microbiome and Treg/Th17 Commitment in Chronic Kidney Disease Mice.

Patients with chronic kidney disease also suffer from dysbiosis, dysmetabolism, and immune dysregulation. Methods We compared the effects of a diet low in protein and fiber to one that is high in fiber, but not so low in fiber on intestinal microbiome and T-cell commitment in male CKD mice. An increased abundance of two particular proteolytic bacterial strains related to Parabacteroides distasonis, Mucispirillum schaedleri, and Bacteroides dota, according to Mucispirillum schaedleri. LP-HF mice had 1. 7-fold increase in CD4+Foxp3+Treg cells in spleen and 2. 4-fold increase in peripheral blood as compared to HP-LF mice. In LP-HF mice, there was an 87% decrease in the number of CD4+ Th17+ cells in spleen and an 85 percent decrease in peripheral blood, respectively. In a CKD mouse of model, a LP-HF diet promotes saccharolytic bacteria formation and favors T-cell commitment toward Treg cells.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36349783


Properties of plant-derived soluble dietary fibers for fiber-enriched foods: A comparative evaluation.

Plant-derived soluble dietary fibers have many important physiological roles, and SDF's usages can vary based on their properties, which are worth investigating for fiber-enriched food production. The konjac glucomannan's molecular weight was the highest, and inulin, soybean arabinogalactan, and oat glucan had increased water solubility. In addition, AP and orange SDF produced higher u03b1-amylase inhibitory activity, according to a survey, though OS and KGM had higher pancreatic lipase inhibitory activity. In addition, KGM and FS demonstrated fine cholesterol absorption capacity. These functional properties, in summary, demonstrated the ability of SDF to regulate blood sugar and blood lipid levels.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36347374


Physicochemical properties of dietary fiber of bergamot and its effect on diabetic mice.

Consequently, the dietary and bio-function of bergamot dietary fiber were investigated. bergamot's soluble dietary fiber and insoluble dietary fiber were obtained by a sequential extraction procedure. arabinose is the key monosaccharide in SDF and IDF. SDF and IDF regulated glucose tolerance and monitored blood glucose levels in diabetic mice in db/db diabetic mice. In SDF and IDF, cholesterol, total cholesterol, triglycerides, and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol reductions could be observed.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36407540


Technoeconomic and life cycle analysis of soluble dietary fiber concentrate production from waste orange peels.

This research aims to produce soluble dietary fiber concentrate concentrates from waste citrus peel production using various physical techniques, including micronization, autoclave, and ultrasonication. The first section deals with a comprehensive life cycle analysis of the size 40 kg SDFC/batch process and investigates the effect of various renewable energy sources, including biomass, solar, and wind electricity, on the environmental impact, comparing it with mixed grid electricity. According to a survey, the use of solar and wind electricity reduced CO2 emissions by 95. 93 % and 99. 07 %, respectively. Moreover, a research was done to determine the effect of energy sources from mixed-grid to renewable energy on total plant economics.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36335773

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