BUNKYO UNIVERSITY Faculty of Health and Nutrition Chairperson of Department Dr. SEIICHI KASAOKA

  • Booth No: A-17
  • Exhibition:
    Academic Forum
  • Poster Display Date/Time: Jan. 20 (Mon) 10:00 - 18:00
  • Country: Japan
  • キャッチコピー Resistant Starch Improves Defecation and Gut Microbiota of Female University Students
  • Resistant starch (RS) is a carbohydrate that resist digestion in the small intestine. RS has effects of water-digestible and water-indigestible dietary fiber. Sweet potato contained RS improved gut microbiota of female university students.

  • Date/Time: January 20 (Mon) 11:00 - 11:30
  • Venue: Seminar Venue 11
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      Resistant starch (RS) is a carbohydrate that resist digestion in the small intestine. RS has effects of water-digestible and water-indigestible dietar...

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      1. Category PRセミナー(Frontでは表示しない)
      2. Event Date 20 Jan 2020
      3. 11:00
      4. 11:30
      5. Seminar Title Resistant Starch Improves Defecation and Gut Microbiota of Female University Students
      6. Seminar Abstract Resistant starch (RS) is a carbohydrate that resist digestion in the small intestine. RS has effects of water-digestible and water-indigestible dietary fiber. Sweet potato contained RS improved gut microbiota of female university students.
      7. Date: January 20 (Mon) 11:00 - 11:30
      8. Venue: Seminar Venue 11
      9. Presentation Type:
        Academic Forum

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      研究内容

      1. Outlines/Features of Research The effect of Benitenshi sweet potatoes on defecation and gut microbiota was examined in 22 female university students. The study included 4 experimental periods and lasted 4 weeks. The first week was the control period; the students consumed 300 g, 0 g, and 100 g. Benitenshi intake significantly increased the levels of the operational taxonomic unit, A58, which contained Faecalibacterium sp.
      2. Expected Applications Development of foods that improve skin condition
      3. Information 1992 Registered dietitian 1993 Astellas Pharmaceutical Company 1999 Doctor of Agriculture, Ehime University 2000 Lecture in Bunkyo University Women's College 2007 National Institutes of Health in US 2010 Associate Professor in Bunkyo University 2014 Professor in Bunkyo University 2019 Dean in Faculty of Registered dietitian, Bunkyo University My filed; Psychology, Cosmetology, Resistant Starch

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