Inclusion of Fermented Foods in Food Guides around the World
AbstractFermented foods have been a well-established part of the human diet for thousands of years, without much of an appreciation for, or an understanding of, their underlying microbial functionality, until recently. The use of many organisms derived from these foods, and their applications in probiotics, have further illustrated their impact on gastrointestinal wellbeing and diseases affecting other sites in the body. However, despite the many benefits of fermented foods, their recommended consumption has not been widely translated to global inclusion in food guides. Here, we present the case for such inclusion, and challenge health authorities around the world to consider advocating for the many benefits of these foods. View Full-Text
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Chilton, S.N.; Burton, J.P.; Reid, G. Inclusion of Fermented Foods in Food Guides around the World. Nutrients 2015, 7, 390-404.
Chilton SN, Burton JP, Reid G. Inclusion of Fermented Foods in Food Guides around the World. Nutrients. 2015; 7(1):390-404.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chilton, Stephanie N.; Burton, Jeremy P.; Reid, Gregor. 2015. "Inclusion of Fermented Foods in Food Guides around the World." Nutrients 7, no. 1: 390-404.