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Cereal β-glucan is well known for its beneficial health effects, such as lowering of blood cholesterol values and a reduced risk of coronary heart disease. These effects are often discussed in relation to the dissolution and aggregation behavior of the β-glucan during human digestion. Furthermore, potential proteinaceous material present is believed to have an important impact on the formation of viscous slurries during digestion and might influence the aggregation behavior of the β-glucan. Therefore, the interaction and aggregation behavior of a β-glucan isolate (OBC90) with two different proteins (gliadin and whey protein) was investigated in solution at different pH with regards to kinetics of aggregation and protein/β-glucan ratio and at interfaces. Aggregates were found at low pH and the aggregation and composition of aggregates seems to depend on the type of protein. Furthermore, phosphate was found at low concentrations in the β-glucan, most likely being the reason for the net negative charge at pH≤4. Therefore, electrostatic interaction is suggested to play an important role for the aggregation between β-glucan and proteins.

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A. absinthium has been studied for cognitive enhancement because of its nicotinic and muscarinic cholinergic receptor activity (concentration that inhibits 50% [IC 50 ] of less than 1 mg/mL) in homogenates of human cerebral cortical membranes. 23 The intoxicating effects of thujone were believed to activate receptors responsible for marijuana intoxication; however, thujone exhibited low affinity for rat cannabinoid receptors. 24 Methanol extracts of A. absinthium enhanced neurite outgrowth induced by nerve growth factor and PC12D cells. 25

Synthesis of triglycerides – Carbons from dietary fructose are found in both the free fatty acid and glycerol moieties of plasma triglycerides. Fructose undergoes more rapid glycolysis in the liver than does glucose, because it bypasses the regulatory step catalyzed by phosphofructokinase (Figure-3). This allows fructose to flood the pathways in the liver. High fructose consumption can lead to excess pyruvate production, causing a buildup of glycolytic intermediates and Acetyl co A.   Dihydroxyacetone phosphate (DHAP), the glycolytic intermediate, can be converted to glycerol 3-phosphate providing the glycerol backbone for the triglyceride molecule.  Excess Acetyl co A is channeled towards fatty acid synthesis.

A vegetarian diet has a higher concentration of nonheme iron, which means this plant-based iron is not absorbed as readily as heme iron found in animal flesh. Heme iron is in muscles and the red blood cells of animals. According to the Office of Dietary Supplements, most foods fortified with iron are with nonheme iron commonly found in plants. Nonheme iron absorption ranges from 2 to 20 percent, which varies more than heme iron absorption, which ranges from 15 to 35 percent. Nonheme iron absorption is inferior to heme iron found in animal flesh, but other dietary components of foods influence nonheme iron absorption. Vitamin C rich foods, such as citrus fruits, berries, melon, bell peppers and leafy greens, increase nonheme iron absorption, which can alleviate decreased absorption of plant-based iron.

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Synthesis of triglycerides – Carbons from dietary fructose are found in both the free fatty acid and glycerol moieties of plasma triglycerides. Fructose undergoes more rapid glycolysis in the liver than does glucose, because it bypasses the regulatory step catalyzed by phosphofructokinase (Figure-3). This allows fructose to flood the pathways in the liver. High fructose consumption can lead to excess pyruvate production, causing a buildup of glycolytic intermediates and Acetyl co A.   Dihydroxyacetone phosphate (DHAP), the glycolytic intermediate, can be converted to glycerol 3-phosphate providing the glycerol backbone for the triglyceride molecule.  Excess Acetyl co A is channeled towards fatty acid synthesis.

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