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Effects of dietary proteins on gastrointestinal transit time, fecal sterol excretion, and plasma cholesterol level in the rat



Effects of dietary proteins on gastrointestinal transit time, fecal sterol excretion, and plasma cholesterol level in the rat



Nutritional Science of Soy Protein Japan 6(1): 80-84



Dietary soyabean protein isolate (SPI) decreased plasma cholesterol concentrations in rats compared with casein. When mixed with casein, SPI caused a greater reduction in plasma cholesterol concentration than wheat gluten or zein did. Plasma cholesterol decreased more on 50% than on 25% casein diets. At different concentrations SPI caused a greater excretion of faecal neutral sterols than wheat gluten or zein did.

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