BOSTON — New research published as abstracts in The FASEB Journal and presented at Experimental Biology 2013 (EB 2013) ties mushrooms to potential health outcomes – demonstrating that mushrooms provide more to a dish than just flavor.
Nine mushroom research abstracts were presented at Experimental Biology this week, which found:
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1 Poddar K.H., Ames M., Chen H., et al., (2013) Positive effect of white button mushrooms when substituted for meat on body weight and composition changes during weight loss and weight maintenance – A one-year randomized clinical trial. FASEB J. 27, 852.4.
2 O'Neil C.E., Nicklas T.A., Fulgoni III V.L., (2013) Mushroom consumption is associated with increased nutrient intakes and better diet quality in adult participants of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (2001–2010). FASEB J. 27, Ib350.
3 Willams J., Lu Z., and Holick M.F., (2013) Mushrooms not only Produce Vitamin D2 but can also Produce Vitamin D3 and Vitamin D4. FASEB J. 27, 794.6.
4 Keegan R., and Holick M.F., (2013) Isolation and identification of vitamin D2 and photobyproducts. FASEB J. 27, 794.5.
5 Bogusz J., Pagonis G., and Holick M.F., (2013) Evaluation of the bioavailability of vitamin D2 in mushrooms in healthy adults. FASEB J. 27, 794.4.
6 Dai X., Stanilka J.M., Rowe C.A., et al., (2013) Consumption of Lentinula edodes modulates human immune function by altering cytokine secretion of PBMC ex vivo. FASEB J. 27, 643.15.
7 Stanilka J.M., Rowe C.A., Creasy R. A., et al., (2013) Lentinula edodes Consumption: Proliferation, Activation and Modification of Memory and Naive Innate Immune Cell Populations. FASEB J. 27, 643.17.
8 Tejera C., House L.A., and Percival S.S., (2013) Consumer knowledge, attitudes and behaviors about foods that have immune benefits: focus on mushrooms. FASEB J. 27, 643.14.
9 Wang, J., Niu X., Du X., et al., (2013) Dietary supplementation with white button mushroom augments the protective immune response to Salmonella vaccine in mice
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