Liste des articles publiés dans le cadre du projet FOOD4GUT :
- Relationship between interoceptive accuracy, interoceptive sensibility, and alexithymia. Zamariola et al. Personality and Individual Differences. 2018
- Cooking Has Variable Effects on the Fermentability in the Large Intestine of the Fraction of Meats, Grain Legumes, and Insects That Is Resistant to Digestion in the Small Intestine in an in Vitro Model of the Pig’s GI Tract. Poelaert et al. JAFC 2018.
- Targeting the gut microbiota with inulin-type fructans: preclinical demonstration of a novel approach in the management of endothelial dysfunction. Catry et al. Gut 2018.
- Characterization of fructans and dietary fibre profiles in raw and steamed vegetables. Kalala et al. Int J Food Sci Nutr. 2017.
- A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effectiveness of nudging to increase fruit and vegetable choice. Broers et al. Eur J Public Health. 2017.
- L’effet des prébiotiques sur l’activité sucrase intestinale: Intestinal Sucrase as a Novel Target Contributing to the Regulation of Glycemia by Prebiotics. Neyrinck et al. Plos One 2016.
- Effet des probiotiques sur le stress inter-générationnel: Treating Generational Stress: Effect of Paternal Stress on Development of Memory and Extinction in Offspring Is Reversed by Probiotic Treatment. Callaghan et al. Psychological Science 2016.
- Adding mucins to an in vitro batch fermentation model of the large intestine induces changes in microbial population isolated from porcine feces depending on the substrate. Tran et al. FEMS microbiology Ecology 2016.
- Is plain food packaging plain wrong? Plain packaging increases unhealthy snack intake among males. Werle et al. Food Quality and Preference 2016.
- Poverty, inequality, and increased consumption of high calorie food: Experimental evidence for a causal link. Bratanova et al. Appetite 2016.
- The pitfall of nutrition facts label fluency: easier-to-process nutrition information enhances purchase intentions for unhealthy food products. Gomez et al. Mark Lett 2015
- Gut microorganisms as promising targets in the management of diabetes. Delzenne et al. Diabetologia 2015