Probiotics and Bioactive Carbohydrates in Colon Cancer Management eBook PDF Free Download
Edited by Maya Raman, Padma Ambalam and Mukesh Doble
Published By Spinger
About the Book
This Probiotics and Bioactive Carbohydrates in Colon Cancer Management is edited By Maya Raman, Padma Ambalam and Mukesh Doble. This First Edition describes the dietary habits (such as use of probiotics, synbiotics, prebiotics and dietary fiber) that could modify and reduce the risk of developing colorectal cancer (CRC).
This book tries to address the novel unexplored benefits and mechanism of action of these functional foods.
Several lifestyle and dietary factors could prevent this ailment.
Probiotics, prebiotics and synbiotics that are found in functional foods, health supplements and nutraceuticals and short chain fatty acids that are formed in the colon as a result of microbial fermentation of undigested bioactive carbohydrates by Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus inhibit colonic epithelial cells and minimize inflammation, thereby exhibiting immunomodulatory effects
What Will You Learn
The Topics Covered in this Textbook are
Introduction: Gastroinstestinal System and Colorectal Cancer
Probiotics and Colorectal Cancer
Bioactive Carbohydrate: Dietary Fibers and Colorectal Cancer
Bioactive Carbohydrate: Prebiotics and Colorectal Cancer
Synbiotics and Colorectal Cancer
Short-Chain Fatty Acids
For Whom is this Book For
The Information provided in this Probiotics and Bioactive Carbohydrates in Colon Cancer Management will be of practical and scientific use to academicians, research scholars, students, health professionals, nutritionists, etc. and could support the cause of preventing CRC by adopting smarter food habits. It serves as Reference Material for Health Care Professionals including Doctors, Medical Practitioners, Clinical Pharmacists and Nurses.
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