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標題: Inclusion of Fructooligosaccharide and Resistant Maltodextrin in High Fat Diets Promotes Simultaneous Improvements on Body Fat Reduction and Fecal Parameters
作者: Kao, Wei-Min
Chang, Chih-Ren
Chang, Tsai-Ju
Li, Shang-Yan
Chen, Wei-Jen
Chau, Chi-Fai
關鍵字: body fat;fecal bacteria;fecal parameters;fructooligosaccharide;resistant maltodextrin;Animals;Body Composition;Body Weight;Feces;Intra-Abdominal Fat;Lipids;Male;Rats;Adiposity;Animal Feed;Diet, High-Fat;Oligosaccharides;Polysaccharides
Project: Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), Volume 23, Issue 9
This study investigated the effects of incorporating a mixture of fructooligosaccharide (FOS) and resistant maltodextrin (RMD) at a ratio of 1:2 on body fat accumulation and fecal bacterial parameters in rats. Our results indicated that high dietary fat consumption might effectively (p < 0.05) increase body fat, but consequently inducing a significantly (p < 0.05) higher growth of C. perfringens and retarded growth (p < 0.05) of the Bifidobacterium spp. in the large intestine. As compared with the high fat control, an incorporation of the FOS and RMD mixture at a high dose (0.97 and 1.94 g/kg body weight, respectively) could result in a significant (p < 0.05) reduction in feed efficiency (-16%), total visceral fat (-17.4%), non-visceral fat levels (-20.3%), and total body fat (-19.2%). Furthermore, feeding the FOS and RMD mixture at a high dose was capable to counter the above undesirable impacts by reducing the C. perfringens count (-14.8%) and increasing the total Bifidobacterium count (134.4%) and total fecal short chain fatty acids (195.4%). A supplementation of adequate amount of FOS and RMD might confer a concreted solution to the obesity and deteriorated fecal bacteria profiles due to high fat consumption.
DOI: 10.3390/molecules23092169
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