Whole Grains in Amelioration of Metabolic Derangements

  • Yadav H
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Daily diet influences whole body metabolism, and intricately linked to the prevention or progression of metabolic diseases including obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. Several epidemiological and large scale studies have shown that diets enriched with whole grains improves metabolic function and protect from the development of metabolic diseases. Direct impact of whole grain diet can be mediated on several levels of metabolic functions i.e. reduced glycemic index, improved fat oxidation potential, increased cholesterol clearance or decreased cholesterol biosynthesis and modulation of gut microbiome. In this article we reviewed several studies indicating the beneficial effects of whole grain diets on metabolic functions, as well as discussed the potential active phytochemicals present in these whole grain foods to contribute in modulation of metabolic function in our body.




Yadav, H. (2016). Whole Grains in Amelioration of Metabolic Derangements. Journal of Nutritional Health & Food Science, 4(4), 1–11. https://doi.org/10.15226/jnhfs.2016.00173

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