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Assessment of the nutritional effects of olestra

Assessment of the nutritional effects of olestra

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Published by American Society for Nutritional Sciences in Bethesda, MD .
Written in English

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  • Sucrose polyester.

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    Statementguest editors, John W. Suttie and A. Catharine Ross.
    SeriesThe Journal of nutrition -- v. 127, no. 8S, Journal of nutrition -- v. 127, no. 8S.
    ContributionsSuttie, J. W. 1934-, Ross, Alta Catharine, 1947-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 1539-1728 :
    Number of Pages1728
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22366716M

      A snack food ingredient called olestra has been found to speed up the removal of toxins in the body, according to a recent clinical trial. The trial demonstrated that olestra -- a zero-calorie fat. abstract = "OBJECTIVE: There is considerable controversy regarding the effects of fat substitutes (such as the non-caloric fat substitute, olestra) on Americans' diet and by: 8.

    The Procter and Gamble (P&G) indigestible fat substitute olestra was approved as a food additive by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in with the proviso that olestra-containing products carry a warning statement about the additive’s potential negative effects on gastrointestinal function and nutrient absorption.1 Since that time, concerns about laxative effects and nutrient depletion have continued to .   Olestra is a non-caloric fat substitute consisting of fatty acids esterified to sucrose. Previous work has shown that olestra is not metabolized in the gut and is excreted unmodified in human feces. To better understand the fate of olestra in engineered and natural environments, aerobic bacteria and fungi that degrade olestra were enriched from sewage sludges, soils and municipal solid waste Cited by: 9.

    Abstract. Although it has long been known that malnutrition, immunity and infection are intricately linked to one another, the study of malnutrition and immunology has been progressing only relatively recently [].However, malnutrition and infections in children is a destructive interplay with global dimensions.   Our publication, Nutrition Action Healthletter, keeps you up-to-date on food safety and nutrition information.


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Olestra reduced the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K; however, the effects can be offset by adding specified amounts of the vitamins to olestra foods. Olestra also reduced the absorption of carotenoids; analysis of dietary patterns showed that in Cited by: The potential for olestra to affect the absorption of nonessential but potentially beneficial dietary phytochemicals was also assessed.

In addition, an assessment of how consumption patterns influence the effect of olestra on the absorption of the highly lipophilic carotenoids was by:   Effect of olestra on the absorption of vitamin A and serum concentrations of carotenoids.

Assessment of the effect of olestra on carotenoid absorption in real life. Vitamin D The response of serum 25(OH)D 2 concentration to olestra, in the absence and presence of a vitamin D-3 Cited by: The potential for olestra to affect the absorption of nonessential but potentially beneficial dietary phytochemicals was also assessed.

In addition, an assessment of how consumption patterns. J Nutr. Aug;(8 Suppl)SS. Assessment of the nutritional effects of olestra. [No authors listed] PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]. PubMed:Assessment of the nutritional effects of olestra, a nonabsorbed fat replacement: summary. PubMed:An indirect means of assessing potential nutritional effects of dietary olestra in healthy subgroups of the general population.

PubMed:Evaluation of the potential for olestra to affect the availability of dietary phytochemicals. The potential effects of olestra on the availability of carotenoids from fruits and vegetables, when eaten in the context of the typical diet, will be limited. Therefore it is anticipated that the consumption of olestra snacks will not decrease the beneficial effects of diets high in Cited by:   (2) Final Report: Assessment of the Dose-Response Effect of Olestra on the Status of Fat-Soluble Vitamins and Other Marker Nutrients in Humans.

Submitted by P&G to the FDA on Janu (3) An Eight-Week Vitamin Restoration Study in Humans Consuming Olestra. Submitted by P&G to the FDA on June 2, (4) Amer. Clin. Nutr.Objective To describe the design of the Olestra Postmarketing Surveillance Study (OPMSS) and to present baseline results from the sentinel site.

The purpose of the OPMSS is to monitor consumption patterns of olestra-containing snacks and to determine whether consumption affects nutritional by: Here are the nutrition labels from a bag of regular full-fat potato chips and from a bag of chips made with olestra: The olestra chips have 75 calories and 0 gram of fat per serving.

Many scientists and doctors are worried about whether olestra is safe for people to consume. Olestra, a dietary fat substitute, was recently made available to consumers in savory snacks in three cities.

Early reports of gastrointestinal complaints attributed to olestra attracted media coverage and fostered confusion among physicians and consumers about the nature of olestra and its effects on the digestive by: If olestra-to-nutrient ratios and nutrient requirements of a subgroup were less than those covered in the studies, then the effects of olestra on the nutritional status of the subgroup should be.

PDF | It has been hypothesized that phytochemicals found in fruits and vegetables are responsible for the inverse association observed between diets | Find, read and cite all the research you. Laboratory Tests for the Assessment of Nutritional Status explores the expanded number of nutrients that can now be evaluated.

The author makes a compelling case for the practice and advancement of this critical health care tool. Nutritional assessment identifies undernutrition, overnutrition, specific nutrition deficiencies, and imbalances.5/5(1). In brief, because the nutritional situation is so much worse and because resources are in all ways inadequate, the assessment of nutritional status using lowcost, simple methods has been tried out.

In support of the food additive petition they submitted to FDA for olestra, Procter & Gamble provided data in 5 categories: identity and use including estimated daily intake of olestra, toxicologic effects, effect of olestra on absorption of drugs, nutritional effect, and gastrointestinal by:   4.

The effect of olestra on food consumption in animals. The effects of olestra on food consumption in experimental animals have been extensively studied in short- and long-term trials. Four studies with rats, one study with mice, and one study with dogs are reviewed in this by: 8.

Some foods affect the body’s response to drugs. For example, tyramine, a component of cheese and a potent vasoconstrictor, can cause hypertensive crisis in some patients who take monoamine oxidase inhibitors and eat cheese. Nutritional deficiencies can affect drug absorption and metabolism.

Severe. The greatest potential olestra-to-vitamin D intake ratio ( g/μg), was found for to y-old females. Females >65 y of age potentially have an olestra-to-vitamin D intake ratio of g/μg.

Reliable vitamin D intake data were not available for dieters, Cited by: 8. Olestra had a slight but significant dose-response effect on triglyceride absorption: the highest olestra dose (32 g) reduced absorption by %.

This effect is not nutritionally significant with respect to either availability of essential fatty acids or energy intake. olestra, fat, triglyceride, absorptionCited by:. Pocket Resource for Nutrition Assessment @ DHCC ii The authors and editors of the DHCC Pocket Resource for Nutrition Assessment cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions or for any consequences from applications of the information in this book and make no warranty, expressed or implied, with respect to the contents of this Size: 1MB.Nutritional assessment is the first step in determining whether an individual's health is influenced by their diet and nutritional state.

This Handbook of Nutritional Assessment will provide doctors, nutritional therapists and all concerned primary health care staff with the tools to better recognise nutritional deficiencies and excesses.Impact of adopting a vegan diet or an olestra supplementation on plasma organochlorine concentrations: Results from two pilot studies May The British journal of nutrition .