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    Effects of oats on leaky gut in preventing endotoxemia and ameliorated liver damage - Studies

    Peat mentioned the consumption of oats this year, which was unexpected for a lot of people here, here are two interesting studies. Preventing gut leakiness by oats supplementation ameliorates alcohol-induced liver damage in rats "Alcohol caused gut leakiness that was associated with both...
  2. PeskyPeater

    Fermentation of Oat Bran Dietary Fiber Increases Propionate Production But Fermentation of Wheat Bran Does Not Produce More Butyrate

    The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 130, Issue 3, March 2000, Pages 585–593, https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/130.3.585 Published: 01 March 2000 Increased amounts of short-chain fatty acids (SCFA)5 and unfermented material in the colonic lumen are two processes by which dietary fiber is suggested to...
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    Wheat bran- but not oat bran-enriched diets increase the mucosal height of the cecum and colon of newly weaned and aged rats

    "In spite of the reports mentioned above, it is not known whether the effect of a water-soluble fiber-enriched diet (the main source of SCFA) on the mucosa of the large bowel is more pronounced than that of an insoluble fiber-enriched diet. In the present study, we determined the effect of...
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    Ray Peat on oatmeal and oat bran

    Has Ray Peat said something new about oatmeal and oat bran?
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