23 Feb 2016 (food navigator-usa.com). Pasta made from teff - a nutritious gluten-free alternative to traditional wheat. Read »
01 Feb 2016 (nutrition insight). Study found that breast cancer risk was 12% to 19% lower among women who ate more dietary fiber in early adulthood. High intake of fiber during adolescece was associated with 16% to 24% lower risk of breast cancer. Read more »
03 Sep 2015 (G.S. Aljuraiban e.a.: Total, insoluble and soluble dietary fibre intake in relation to blood pressure: the INTERMAP Study. » British Journal of Nutrition, doi:10.1017/S0007114515003098
15 Jul 2015 (nutrition insight). Daily fiber intake is essential for good health, helping to control cholesterol, blood pressure, glucose, insulin and excess weight. Added fiber, like fiber-fortified bread, cereals, yogurt and pasta increase the chances of achieving the health benefits of a high-fiber diet. Read »
15 Jun 2015 (food navigator.com). Read »
04 Jun 2015 (food navigator-usa.com). As a
superfood, teff's sales potential is outpacing quinoa. The ancient grain boasts 50% more protein, 25% more calcium and five times more fiber than brown rice.
Read more about this appealing ancient grain »
9 Apr 2015 Ancient grains in new global product launches increased by 32% from 2013 to 2014 .. Innova Market Insights April 2015;
31 Mar 2015 Dietary fibres have specific and unique impacts on intestinal microbiota composition and metabolism.
(T. Huang e.a.: BMC Medicine 2015, 13.59 - doi:10.1186/s12916-015-0294-7) ..Study »
18 Mar 2015 (nutrition insight). AVE (avenanthramide - found only in oats - plays an important role to protect the heart). All benefits of AVE »
20 Oct 2014 (bakery and snacks.com). FDA allows a health claim on reduced risk of heart disease, while EFSA has published a positive health claim (article 14) on the cause and effect of oat beta-glucan lowering cholesterol. A 13.1 article claim was approved related to maintenance of normal blood LDL-cholesterol concentrations. Read on »
20 Oct 2014 (nutrition insight). Lowering cholesterol to reduce cardiovascular risk is an accepted lifestyle modification recommended by European and US guidelines. Health claims regarding the association between cholesterol lowering and soluble fiber from at least 3g per day oat beta-glucan have been approved by food agencies worldwide, including EFSA and FDA. Read abstract »
25 Jun 2014 (nutrition insight). Oats and barley are ancient food crops known for their durability, versatility and healthful attributes. Both have high levels of protein, fiber and beta-glucan. There is now evidence that oats and barley significantly reduce cholesterol levels and moderate blood glucose concentrations after a meal. Read »
15 May 2014 (food navigator.com) »
15 May 2014 (bakery and snacks.com). Read.. »
30 Apr 2014 (nutrition insight). Heart-attack survivors live for a further nine years if they follow a high-fibre diet. Read more »
24 Mar 2014 (FoodBev.com). Beer mixes continue to meet the beverage trend of "in vogue". According to the GfK Consumer Scan, the segment is still experiencing new kinds of taste creations and non-alcoholic varieties. Read »
5 Feb 2014 (bakery and snacks.com). What makes whole grains whole?
29 Jan 2014 (food navigator.com). Almost a third of the population has a genetic predisposition to celiac diesease. Dr Fasano explains why »
20 Jan 2014 (NutritionHorizon). Research »
14 Jan 2014 Functional foods vs 'whole' foods
M. Reicks et al.: Nutrition Research Journal »
17 Jan 2014 (Food Ingredients 1st). Bacteria in the colon thrive on fiber and its digestion produces butyrate (SFCA), which prompts immune cells to suppress inflammation, a factor in a number of painful conditions such as ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, and colorectal cancer. More »
07 Jan 2014 (NutritionHorizon). Fiber is fermented in the intestine into short-chain fatty acids (SFCA). These acids then enter the bloodstream and influence the development of immune cells in then bone marrow which the wander into the lungs and trigger a weaker allergic response. Read summary »
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Mehr als die Vergangenheit interessiert mich die Zukunft,A.Einstein
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