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Abstract Title:

Granules Dose-Dependently Balance Intestinal Microbiome Disorders and Ameliorate Chronic Alcohol-Induced Liver Injury.

Abstract Source:

J Med Food. 2019 Nov 20. Epub 2019 Nov 20. PMID: 31747353

Abstract Author(s):

Zelin Gu, Yanfeng Wu, Yu Wang, Haiyue Sun, Ying You, Chunhong Piao, Junmei Liu, Yuhua Wang

Article Affiliation:

Zelin Gu

Abstract:

As the functions ofbecome better understood, there are increasing numbers of applications forproducts. Previously, we have demonstrated thatGG (LGG) can prevent alcoholic liver injury. LGG granules were produced by fluid bed granulation with a media composed of starch, skimmed milk powder, whey powder, microcrystalline cellulose and maltose, and LGG fermented liquid that comprised 30-50% of the total weight. We found LGG granules dose-dependently protected against chronic alcoholic liver disease. When alcohol was consumed for 8 weeks with LGG treatment during the last 2 weeks, we demonstrated that the dose dependence of LGG granules can improve alcohol-induced liver injury through decreasing the levels of lipopolysaccharide and tumor necrosis factor-in serum and prevent liver steatosis by suppressing triglyceride, free fatty acid, and malondialdehyde production in liver. Alcohol feeding caused a decline in the number of bothand, with a proportional increase in the number ofin ileum, and expansion of the Gram-negative bacteria,, andin cecum. However, LGG granule treatment restored the content of these microorganisms. In conclusion, LGG granule supplementation can improve the intestinal microbiota, reduce the number of gram-negative bacteria, and ameliorate alcoholic liver injury.

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