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Sprouted 100% Whole Grain Flourless Bread TONUS: HEALTHY NUTRITION


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Medical Reviews & Diets


List of Scientific Publications



Whole grain nutrition and diet, dietary fiber, and their role and importance in the treatment of disease, such as: diabetes, obesity, heart disease, cancer, etc. Below are the results of research.

  1. Alekcandrowicz J., Gumowska I., “Kuchnia i medycyna”. “Watra”, Warszawa, 1986.
  2. Alfieri MAH., Pomerleau J., Grace D.M., and Anderson L., 1995. Fiber intake of normal weight, moderately obese and severely obese subjects. Obes. Res. 3: 541-547.
  3. Anderson J.W. and Hanna T., 1999. Whole grain and protection against coronary heart disease. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 70: 307-308.
  4. Anderson J.W. Whole-grain Intake and Risk for Coronary Heart Disease. Pages 187-200 in: Whole-Grain Foods in Health and Disease: L. Marquart, J.L. Slavin, and R.G. Fulcher, eds, Am. Assoc. of Cereal Chemists: st. Paul, MN, 2002.
  5. Anderson J.W., Hanna T.J., Peng X. and Kryscio R. 2000. Whole grain foods and heart disease risk. J. Am. Coll. Nutr. 19 (Suppl 3): 291-299.
  6. Baghurst P.A. and Rohan T.E., 1994. High-fiber diets and reduced risk of breast cancer. Int. J. Cancer 56: 173-176.
  7. Behall K.M. and Hallfrisch J., Effects of Grains on Glucose and Insulin Responses. Pages 269-281 (275) in: Whole-grain foods in health and disease: Marquart L., Slavin J.L. and Fulcher R.G., ads, Am. Assoc. of Cereal Chemists: st. Paul, MN, 2002.
  8. Brown L., Rosner B., Willet W. and Sack F., 1999. Cholesterol-lowering effect of dietary fiber. A meta-analysis. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 69: 30-42.
  9. Burkitt D.R., 1970. Relationship as a clue to causation. Lancet 2: 1237-1240.
  10. Burkitt D.R., 1971. Epidemiology of cancer of the colon and rectum. Cancer 28: 3-13.
  11. Burkitt D.R., 1973. Some disease characteristic of modern westernised civilisation. British Medical Journal 1: 274-278.
  12. Burkitt D.R. and Trowell, 1975. Refined carbohydrate and disease, some implications for dietary fibre. Academic Press. London.
  13. Burkitt D.R., 1978. Colonic-rectal cancer: fibre and other dietary factors. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 31: 58-64.
  14. Burton-Freeman B. 2000. Dietary fiber and energy regulation. J. Nutr. 130: 272-275.
  15. Chandalia M., Garg, Lutjohann D., von Bergmann K., Grundy S.M., and Brinkley L.J. 2000. Beneficial effects of high dietary fiber intake in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. N. Engl. J. Med. 342: 1392-1398.
  16. Chatenoud L., Tavani A., La Vecchia C., Jacobs D.R., Negri E., Levi F. and Franceschi S. 1998. Whole grain food intake and cancer risk. Int. J. Cancer, 77: 24-28.
  17. Fukagawa N.K., Anderson J.W., Hageman G., Young V.R. and Minaker K.L. 1990. High carbohydrate, high fiber diets increase peripheral insulin sensitivity in healthy young and old adults. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 52: 524-528.
  18. Fung T., Hu F., Pereira M., Liu S., Stampfer M., Colditz G. and Willett W. 2002. A prospective study of whole grain intake and the risk of type 2 diabetes in men. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. In press.
  19. Hallfrisch J. and Behall K.M. 2000. Mechanisms of the effects of grain on insulin and glucose responses. J. Am. Coll. Nutr. 19: 320-325.
  20. Hill M.J. 1998. Consensus statment. Eur. J. Cancer. Prev. 6: 512-514.
  21. J. Miller Jones. 2004. Dietary fibre intake, disease prevention, and health promotion: An overview with emphasis on evidence from epidemiology. Pages 143-164 in: Dietary fibre: bio-active carbohydrates for food and feed: J.W. van der Kamp, N.-G. Asp, J. Miller Jones, G. Schaafsma. Wageningen Academic Publishers. The Netherlands.
  22. Jacobs D.R., Meyer K., Kushi L. and Folsom A. 1998. Whole grain intake may reduce the risk of ischemic heart disease death in postmenopausal women. The Iowa Women's Health Study. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 68: 248-257.
  23. Jacobs D.R., Marquart L., Slavin J. and Kushi L.H. 1998. Whole grain intake and cancer: An expanded review and meta analysis. Nutr. Cancer, 30: 85-96.
  24. Jacobs D.R., Meyer H.E. and Solvoll K. 2001. Reduced mortality among whole grain bread eaters in men and women in the Norwegian County Study. Eur. J. Clin. Nutr. Cancer, 34: 173-184.
  25. Jacobs D.R., Slavin J. and Marquart L. 1995. Whole grain intake and cancer: A review of the literature. Nutr. Cancer, 24: 221-229.
  26. Jarvi A.E., Karlstrom B.E., Granfeldt Y.E., Bjorck I.E., Vessby B.O. and Asp N.G. 1995. The influence of food structure on postprandial metabolism in patiens with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Am. J. Clin. Nutr, 61: 837-842.
  27. Jenkins D., Ghafari H., and Wolever T. 1982. Relationship between rate of digestion of foods and post-prandial glycaemia. Diabetologia 22: 450-455.
  28. Jenkins D.J. and Jenkins A.L. 1985. Dietary fiber and the glycemic response. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med. 180: 422-431.
  29. Jenkins D.J., Axeisen M., Kendall C.W., Augustin L.S., Vuksan V. and Smith U. 2000. Dietary fibre, lente carbohydrates and the insulin-resistant deaseas. Br. J. Nutr. 83 [Suppl. 1]: 157-163.
  30. Jensen O.M. 1989. Dietary carbohydrate and cancer. Pages 21-30 in: Diet and Aetiology of Cancer. A.B. Miller, Ed. European School of Oncology mongraphs. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  31. Kasum C.M., Nicodemus K, Harnack L.J., Jacobs D.R. and Folsom A.R. 2001. Whole grain intake and incident endometrial cancer. The Iowa Women's Health Study. Nutr. Cancer. In press.
  32. Kimm S.Y. 1995. The role of dietary fiber in the development and treatment of child-hood obesity. Pediatrics 96: 1010-1014.
  33. Kritchevsky D. 1995. Epidemiology of fiber, resistant starch and colorectal cancer. Eur. J. Cancer Prev. 4: 345-352.
  34. Levi F., Pasche C., Lucchini F., Chatenoud L., Jacobs D.R. and La Vecchia C. 2000. Refined and whole grain cereals and the risk of oral, oesophageal and laryngeal cancer. Eur. J. Clin. Nutr. 54: 487-489.
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