More precisely, the intestinal microbiomes
The small, white navy bean, also called pea bean or haricot, popular in both dry and green forms, is very popular in Britain and the US, native to Peru. It is now grown and consumed across the world, due to their numerous health benefits.
With an aim to find potential health food for the improvement of gut microbiota, researchers examined the impact of cooked navy bean powder on the fecal microbiome of healthy adult pet dogs.
* Both NB and BB diet similarly altered the fecal microbiota community structure by increasing the abundance of carbohydrate fermenting bacteria such as Prevotella, S24-7, and Ruminococcus flavefaciens.
* The risk of colonic diseases involved in the biomarkers was also inhibited by both NB and BB diet through improving the colonic cell integrity.
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(1) Effects of dietary cooked navy bean on the fecal microbiome of healthy companion dogs by Kerr KR1, Forster G, Dowd SE, Ryan EP, Swanson KS. (PubMed)
(2) Navy and black bean supplementation primes the colonic mucosal microenvironment to improve gut health by Monk JM1, Lepp D2, Wu W2, Pauls KP3, Robinson LE4, Power KA. (PubMed)