nondigestible


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Adj.1.nondigestible - not digestible
indigestible - digested with difficulty
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Prebiotics are nondigestible food parts that create probiotics when they pass through your intestines.
Resistant starch also acts as a nondigestible prebiotic that promotes the growth of "good bacteria" that improve gut health.
Prebiotics have been defined as nondigestible, but fermentable, foods that beneficially affect the host by selectively stimulating the growth and activity of one species or a limited number of species of bacteria (Quigley 2012).
Prebiotics are natural nondigestible fibers that help promote the growth of helpful bacteria in an individual's gut.
All 4 raptors in this case series developed lumen-filling gastric impaction caused by a large amount of foreign fibrous material despite having a natural behavior of casting nondigestible material.
Xylanase increased the ileal digestibility of nonstarch polysaccharides and concentration of low molecular weight nondigestible carbohydrates in pigs fed high levels of wheat distillers dried grains with solubles.
Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are nondigestible carbohydrates that are fermented in the colon, stimulating the growth and/or activity of specific fecal bacteria (including bifidobacteria) that impact health positively in infants receiving breast milk (11).
Higher diversity in vegetarian-based dietary patterns with high dietary fiber, nondigestible carbohydrates, resistant starches, SCFA prebiotics, and probiotics have a lower incidence of diabetes and CHD.
2) On the basis of their contents, bezoars are classified into phytobezoars (composed of nondigestible food materials such as seeds and pits), trichobezoars (composed of hair), lactobezoars (composed of lactose), and pharmacobezoars (composed of medications).
Prebiotics are nondigestible or partially digestible carbohydrates that provide food for the healthy bacteria in the colon.