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Adsorption effect of dietary fibers from seaweeds on estrogens

LI Liu-dong, LI Lai-hao, SHI Hong, CHEN Pei-ji, QI Bo, YANG Xian-qing (South China Sea Fisheries Institute, CAFS, Guangzhou 510300, China)  
Objective Adsorption effect of dietary fibers from seaweeds on extrinsic estrogens was studied.Methods The methods included the tests in vivo and in vitro which simulated environments of stomach and small intestine of rat. Results The adsorption effect of four kinds of dietary fibers on estradiol in simulated environments of small intestine was better than that in simulated environments of stomach. The effect of Laminaria japonica was the best. And the rate of adsorption on estradiol was 108 g·g~ -1.It is 1.5,1.8, 3.1, and 3.0 times that of Sargassum,wheat blan,Gracilaria and Eucheuma,respectively. The rates of adsorption on estradiol of four kinds of dietary fibers from Gracilaria, Eucheuma, Sargassum and laminaria japonica was 11.1%,13.6%,27.5% and 38.7%, respectively. Adsorption rate of Sargassum and laminaria japonica was 1.9 and 1.3 times than that of wheat bran, respectiveiy which was 20.4%. While for Gracilaria and Eucheuma, adsorption rate was lower than that of wheat bran. Conclusion The dietary fibers from four seaweeds showed adsorption effect on extrinsic estrogens. The dietary fibers from brown seaweeds (Sargassum and laminaria japonica) had more adsorption effect than that of red seaweeds (Gracilaria and Eucheuma).
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