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Probióticos - fontes de pesquisa bibliográfica

Nutricionista Anna Christina Castilho
Nutricionista Clínica do IMeN – Instituto de Metabolismo e Nutrição
Especialista em Nutrição Clínica

Dr. Daniel Magnoni
Médico Cardiologista e Nutrólogo
Presidente da Sociedade Brasileira de Nutrição Parenteral e Enteral
Secretário Geral da Federação Latino Americana de Nutrição Parenteral e Enteral
Diretor do IMeN – Instituto de Metabolismo e Nutrição

Dr. Celso Cukier
Médico Cirurgião do Aparelho Digestivo e Nutrólogo
Diretor do IMeN – Instituto de Metabolismo e Nutrição

 

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18) KANAMORI, Y. et al. Combination Therapy with Bifidobacterium breve,
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isolated from it that are innibitors to angiotensin L-converting enzyme.
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28) OHASHI Y. et al. Habital Intake of Lactic Acid Bacteria and Risk Reduction of
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29) PATEL J.R, DAVE J.M, DAVE R.I, SANNABHADTI, S.S.Effect of feeding
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faecal lactobaccili and coliform counts in human test subjects. Indian
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34) ROBERFROID, MD. The bifidogenics nature of chicory inulin and its
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35) ROBINSOS R.K. The therapeutic effects of various cultures, Therapeutic
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36) ROLFE R.D. The role of probiotic cultures in the control of gastrointestinal
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37) SAAVEDRA J. Probiotics and infectious diarrhea. Am J Gastroenterol 2000;
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38) SIMHON A, DOUGLAS J.R, DRASAR B.S, SOOTHILL J.F. Effect of feeding
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39) VON WRIGHT A, SALMINEN S. Probiotics: established effects and open
questions. Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol 1999; 11:1195-8.

40) WEBER G. Protecting Your Health With PROBIOTICS The “friendly”
bacteria. Green Bay, Wi: Impakt, 2001.

41) YOKOKURA, T. et al. Lactobacillus casei strain Shirota – Intestinal Flora
Human Health. Edited by Yakult Central Institute for Microbiological
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42) YUKI N, WATANABE K, MIKE A, TAGAMI Y, TANAKA R, OHWAKI M, et al.
Survival of a probiotic, Lactobacillus casei strain Shirota, in the
gastrointestinal tract: selective isolation from faeces and identification
using monoclonal antibodies. Int J Food Microbiol 1999; 48:51-7.

 

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