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|| Wednesday: September 20: 2023 || ά. The prebiotic resistant starch could play an important role in the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease:NAFLD in the future. Initial indications suggest that a specially adapted diet with resistant starch not only positively influences the intestinal microbiome but, also, leads to an alleviation of the disease.

Previous studies suggest that fatty liver disease, that is not caused by excessive alcohol consumption, is closely related to the gut microbiome and microbiota-directed foods could be an effective non-pharmacological intervention to deal with NAFLD. Against this background, the researchers conducted a clinical nutritional study with patients affected by the disease. The results of the Study have been published in the research journal Cell Metabolism.

This is what an international research team from the Balance of the Microverse Cluster of Excellence at the University of Jena, Shanghai Sixth People's Hospital, affiliated to Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine and the Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology found in a recent Study.

"We found out that the participants in the study benefited from a resistant starch diet, as the accumulation of fat in the diseased liver was reduced. Furthermore, we observed an increase in certain types of bacteria in the gut of the participants; these bacteria positively influenced fat reduction and transport in the liver. In addition, reduced NAFLD and inflammation biomarkers indicate an alleviation of liver damage." Says the Study Leader Professor Gianni Panagiotou, of  Microbiome Dynamics at the Cluster of Excellence Balance of the Microverse at the University of Jena.

Resistant starch belongs to the dietary fibres and is found, for example, in bread, pasta and legumes. It consists of indigestible fibres and, thus, has a prebiotic effect in the gut. “We found that the number of beneficial bacteria increases when resistant starch is metabolised by micro-organisms in the colon. At the same time, the number of harmful bacteria decreases." Says the First Author Yueqiong Ni. "This leads to a more balanced gut microbiome and has a positive impact on health."

The research team led by Gianni Panagiotou, Weiping Jia, Yueqiong Ni and Huating Li examined serum and faecal samples from 200 participants over a period of four months. They found that the level of Bacteroides stercoris, in particular, increases significantly the more severe the disease is. “In our Study, we found Bacteroides stercoris occurred in less amount in test persons after eating 40 grams of resistant starch per day.” Says the Co-corresponding Author Huating Li. The researchers conclude that it is advisable to consume a fist-sized amount of healthy carbohydrates naturally containing resistant starch, such as, wholegrain cereals, legumes, green bananas and starchy vegetables like potatoes at every meal to alleviate fatty liver.

Currently, about 30% of the world's population suffers from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Thus, the disease is classified as an epidemic by the World Health Organisation:WHO. The metabolic disorder can, also, aggravate diseases, such as, Type Two Diabetes or cardiovascular diseases. However, for affected patients, no drug therapy has yet been approved. In order to make concrete nutritional recommendations, further and longer-term studies are necessary.

The Study was supported by the German Research Foundation within the framework of the Cluster of Excellence Balance of the Microverse and by the Leibniz Association. ::::ω::::

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