Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 270)
Complexity in the Interpretation of Data Derived from Studies of Dietary Fiber
The study of the effects of dietary fiber on health needs to consider differences between the effects of natural high-fiber whole foods and the effect of isolated or purified fibers.
KeywordsSerum Lipid Bioactive Compound Bile Acid Excretion Data Derive Lipid Bile
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