ILSI Brazil International Workshop on Functional Foods: a narrative review of the scientific evidence in the area of carbohydrates, microbiome, and health

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Latulippe, Marie E.; Meheust, Agnès; Augustin, Livia; Benton, David; Berčík, Přemysl; Birkett, Anne; Eldridge, Alison L.; Faintuch, Joel; Hoffmann, Christian; Jones, Julie Miller; Kendall, Cyril; Lajolo, Franco; Perdigon, Gabriela; Prieto, Pedro Antonio; Rastall, Robert A.; Sievenpiper, John L.; Slavin, Joanne; de Menezes, Elizabete Wenzel;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
  • Journal: Food & Nutrition Research,volume 57 (issn: 1654-6628, eissn: 1654-661X)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3402/fnr.v57i0.19214, pmc: PMC3568172
  • Subject: carbohydrates | gut health | satiety | Fiber, gut health, prebiotic, glycemia, satiety, carbohydrates, weight, mood, cognition, fructose, biomarkers, functional food, microbiome | fiber | mood | cognition | biomarkers | weight | fructose | functional food | prebiotic | Human nutrition; food-related nutrition; public health nutrition | microbiome | Report | glycemia | Macronutrients and health

To stimulate discussion around the topic of ‘carbohydrates’ and health, the Brazilian branch of the International Life Sciences Institute held the 11th International Functional Foods Workshop (12 December 2011) in which consolidated knowledge and recent scientific advan... View more
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