Gyógyszerészet 2020. március


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Congressus Pharmaceuticus Hungaricus XVI.

Congressus Pharmaceuticus Hungaricus XVI. előzetes program

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Consumption of dietary fibres in the industrially developed countries is much less than recommended. Dietary fibres originate from plants and form a very heterogenous group of polysaccharides. Soluble fibres are mostly fermented in the small bowel but a small portion reaches the colon as well. Insoluble fibres are mainly resistant to the human gastrointestinal enzymes and their breakdown takes place in the colon by the bacterial enzymes. The latter type of fibres are called prebiotics that maintain diversity and number of intestinal bacteria plus feed them. Physiological effects of fibres are mainly beneficial: apart of the prebiotic effect fibers directly or indirectly maintain the GI motility and cleaning of the bowel, increase absorption of minerals and micronutrients, exert independent antiinflammatory function and manage glycemic control, regulate the pH of the colon and have an antiobesogenic effect via appetite control. In the publication all above mentioned properties are discussed in details.

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Drugs containing natural active substances have an increasing role in therapy. Products, dietary supplements made using Spirulina algae have been in circulation for some time, thanks to the valuable ingredients that Spirulina contains. Because of its bioactive compounds such as beta carotene, Vitamin E, phycocyanine and superoxide dismutase enzyme it have antioxidant effect. Externally it reduces dryness and itching of the skin, inhibits the formation of acne, moderates irritation and stimulates metabolism at cellular level. However, despite the many positive effects, care must be taken to obtain Spirulina-containing products from a reliable source.

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