Food Science and Technology Bulletin: Functional Foods, Volume 4
Glenn R. Gibson
IFIS Publishing, 2008 - Medical - 108 pages
Food Science and Technology Bulletin: Functional Foods is an online minireview journal that delivers concise and relevant peer-reviewed minireviews of developments in selected areas of functional foods. Newly published minireviews are compiled to form an annual printed volume. Contents for Volume 4 of the Bulletin include minireviews on: Prebiotics in ancient diets; Synbiotics: making the most of probiotics and prebiotics by their combinations; Bacterial spore formers as probiotics in poultry; Dietary-based gut flora modulation against Clodstridium difficile onset; Risk management of vitamins and minerals: a risk categorisation model for the setting of maximum levels in food supplements and fortified foods; and Microbial conjugated linoleic acid production - a novel probiotic trait?
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1 Prebiotics in ancient diets
making the most of probiotics and prebiotics by their combinations?
3 Bacterial spore formers as probiotics in poultry
4 Dietarybased gut flora modulation against Clodstridium difficile onset
a consensus document
a risk categorisation model for the setting of maximum levels in food supplements and fortified foods
7 Mining whole grains for functional components
8 Microbial conjugated linoleic acid production a novel probiotic trait?
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