.

.


LogOff Samples
The information on this site is from academic and research studies. Applicability to humans must be determined by a licensed medical professional.

Partial list of Citations used for Recommendations or Conditions

Recent additions may not be included. There is an intentional delay in making those available.

  1. Gut microbiome composition is linked to whole grain-induced immunological improvements.
    The ISME journal (ISME J ) Vol: 7 Issue 2 Pages: 269-80
    Pub: 2013 Feb Epub: 2012 Oct 4
    • Martínez I
    • Lattimer JM
    • Hubach KL
    • Case JA
    • Yang J
    • Weber CG
    • Louk JA
    • Rose DJ
    • Kyureghian G
    • Peterson DA
    • Haub MD
    • Walter J

  2. Increased growth of Bifidobacterium and Eubacterium by germinated barley foodstuff, accompanied by enhanced butyrate production in healthy volunteers.
    International journal of molecular medicine (Int J Mol Med ) Vol: 3 Issue 2 Pages: 175-9
    Pub: 1999 Feb Epub:
    • Kanauchi O
    • Fujiyama Y
    • Mitsuyama K
    • Araki Y
    • Ishii T
    • Nakamura T
    • Hitomi Y
    • Agata K
    • Saiki T
    • Andoh A
    • Toyonaga A
    • Bamba T

  3. Whole-Grain Starch and Fiber Composition Modifies Ileal Flow of Nutrients and Nutrient Availability in the Hindgut, Shifting Fecal Microbial Profiles in Pigs.
    The Journal of nutrition (J Nutr ) Vol: 147 Issue 11 Pages: 2031-2040
    Pub: 2017 Nov Epub: 2017 Sep 27
    • Fouhse JM
    • Gänzle MG
    • Beattie AD
    • Vasanthan T
    • Zijlstra RT

  4. Effect of ß -glucanase and xylanase supplementation of barley- and rye-based diets on caecal microbiota of broiler chickens.
    British poultry science (Br Poult Sci ) Vol: 51 Issue 4 Pages: 546-57
    Pub: 2010 Aug Epub:
    • Jozefiak D
    • Rutkowski A
    • Kaczmarek S
    • Jensen BB
    • Engberg RM
    • Højberg O

  5. In vitro fermentation of oat and barley derived beta-glucans by human faecal microbiota.
    FEMS microbiology ecology (FEMS Microbiol Ecol ) Vol: 64 Issue 3 Pages: 482-93
    Pub: 2008 Jun Epub: 2008 Apr 21
    • Hughes SA
    • Shewry PR
    • Gibson GR
    • McCleary BV
    • Rastall RA

  6. Modulation of gut microbiota in rats fed high-fat diets by processing whole-grain barley to barley malt.
    Molecular nutrition & food research (Mol Nutr Food Res ) Vol: 59 Issue 10 Pages: 2066-76
    Pub: 2015 Oct Epub: 2015 Aug 26
    • Zhong Y
    • Nyman M
    • Fåk F

  7. Wheat- and barley-based diets with or without additives influence broiler chicken performance, nutrient digestibility and intestinal microflora.
    Journal of the science of food and agriculture (J Sci Food Agric ) Vol: 92 Issue 1 Pages: 184-90
    Pub: 2012 Jan 15 Epub: 2011 Jul 21
    • Rodríguez ML
    • Rebolé A
    • Velasco S
    • Ortiz LT
    • Treviño J
    • Alzueta C

  8. In vitro evaluation of the microbiota modulation abilities of different sized whole oat grain flakes.
    Anaerobe (Anaerobe ) Vol: 16 Issue 5 Pages: 483-8
    Pub: 2010 Oct Epub: 2010 Jul 17
    • Connolly ML
    • Lovegrove JA
    • Tuohy KM

  9. Effects of two whole-grain barley varieties on caecal SCFA, gut microbiota and plasma inflammatory markers in rats consuming low- and high-fat diets.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 113 Issue 10 Pages: 1558-70
    Pub: 2015 May 28 Epub: 2015 Apr 13
    • Zhong Y
    • Marungruang N
    • Fåk F
    • Nyman M

  10. Effect of Whole-Grain Barley on the Human Fecal Microbiota and Metabolome.
    Applied and environmental microbiology (Appl Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 81 Issue 22 Pages: 7945-56
    Pub: 2015 Nov Epub: 2015 Sep 18
    • De Angelis M
    • Montemurno E
    • Vannini L
    • Cosola C
    • Cavallo N
    • Gozzi G
    • Maranzano V
    • Di Cagno R
    • Gobbetti M
    • Gesualdo L

Full list available by paid subscriptions

For More information see this summary.