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|標題:||Improvement in intestinall function and health by the peel fibre derived from Citrus sinensis L cv Liucheng||作者:||Chau, C.F.
|關鍵字:||Citrus sinensis L cv Liucheng;peel fibre;fibre-rich fraction;intestinal health;bacterial enzyme;dietary fiber;diamine oxidase;mucosal injury;by-products;rats;enzymes;nutrition;cellulose;food;gut||Project:||Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture||期刊/報告no：:||Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, Volume 85, Issue 7, Page(s) 1211-1216.||摘要:||
The water-insoluble fibre-rich fraction (WIFF) was isolated from the peel of Citrus sinensis L cv Liucheng in an economical way. The influences of a WIFF-containing diet on the intestinal function and health in hamsters were investigated and compared with those of cellulose-added and fibre-free diets. Our results showed that the inclusion of WIFF in a fibre-free diet might result in some significant improvements in serum, intestinal, caecal and faecal parameters, such as elevated serum alkaline phosphatase activity (127%), increased intestinal maltase and sucrase activities (180 and 164% respectively), decreased caecal pH (6.30), reduced caecal and faecal ammonia contents (by 25.4 and 34.1% respectively) and decreased activities of faecal P-D-glucosidase (by 48.1%), β-(D)-glucuronidase (by 52.9%) and urease (by 81.5%). These results suggested that the incorporation of WIFF in the diet at a level of SO g kg(-1) might exert a favourable effect on intestinal function and health. Accordingly, WIFF could be exploited as a potential functional ingredient in human diets and also offer industries an opportunity to develop new formulations of fibre-rich functional foods. © 2005 Society of Chemical Industry.
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