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Suzanne Hendrich

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Iowa State University

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Iowa State University

2505 University Blvd

Ames, Iowa,50010

United States

Company Description

Located in Ames, IA, Iowa State University has an enrollment of over 28,000 students pursuing degrees in 100 majors. The Iowa State University Cyclones compete in the NCAA Division I Big 12 Conference fielding 18 varsity squads. The Cyclones Men's and Women's ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Postdoctoral Trainee

University of Wisconsin


Affiliations

DrSoy Nutrition LLC

Scientific Advisory Board Member


MaximumASP LLC

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Council on Agricultural Science and Technology

Board Member


Society for Experimental Biology

Councilor


Education

B. A.

Biology

UCLA


Ph.D

Nutrition

UC Berkeley


Ph.D.

Iowa State University


Ph.D.

nutrition

University of California , Berkeley


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Suzanne Hendrich - Staff - Great Plains IDEA

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Suzanne Hendrich
Suzanne Hendrich is university professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Iowa State University, where she has been on the faculty since 1987 and teaches food toxicology courses. Her current research interests include gut bacteria/nutrition interactions that may prevent inflammatory bowel disease and diarrheal diseases, focusing on dietary fibers (mostly on resistant starches) and phenolic compounds (caffeic acids and flavonoids). Hendrich has authored more than 150 research papers and abstracts related mainly to bioavailability of dietary constituents that prevent chronic diseases and mycotoxin research (fumonisins and deoxynivalenol).


Our Partners - The Collaborative on Health and the Environment

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Suzanne Hendrich, PhD
University Professor Iowa State University


Editorial Staff - IFT.org

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Suzanne Hendrich, Iowa State University*


Scientific Advisory Board at DrSoy.com

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Suzanne Hendrich, Ph.D.
Prof. College of Family & Consumer Sciences Iowa State University, Ames, IA


Iowa State NWRC Study Finds Flaxseed Lowers High Cholesterol in Men

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Suzanne Hendrich, an ISU professor in food science and human nutrition, led a study that examined the effects of flaxseedlignan in 90 people diagnosed with high cholesterol.
The results showed that consuming at least 150 milligrams of flaxseed lignans per day (about three tablespoons) decreased cholesterol in men, but not women, by just under 10 percent over the three months that they were given the flaxseed. While Hendrich admits that's considerably less than the expected outcome from cholesterol-lowering drugs -- approximately 10 to 20 percent for three months, depending on the individual -- it's still enough to make flaxseed a more natural option for some men. "Because there are people who can't take something like Lipitor, this could at least give you some of that cholesterol-lowering benefit," Hendrich said. Hendrich developed the study with ISU master's student Kai Ling Kong and doctoral graduates Zhong Ye, Xianai Wu, and Sun-Ok Lee to determine whether the main lignan in flaxseed, secoisolariciresinol diglucoside, could lower cholesterol. It's the flaxseed lignans -- a group of chemical compounds found in plants that are known for their protective health effects -- that may help lower cholesterol, according to Hendrich. "We're really puzzled about that because we were looking at post menopausal women and these lignans are known as plant estrogens, so they have a very weak but measurable estrogen effect," Hendrich said. "So potentially, they would have a mild effect for substituting some estrogens in women. It's really hard to know why [there was no effect in women] and whether these substances are counteracting, possibly, some testosterone in men, which of course women don't have. It's definitely something we'd like to investigate further." Hendrich reports the flaxseed lignan tablets used in this study are not currently available in the U.S. to her knowledge. In the absence of tablets, she says flaxseed can also be sprinkled on cereal, or added in a muffin mix or bread, although whole seeds are not very digestible. Ground flaxseed meal can also provide the desired cholesterol-lowering lignans, according to Hendrich, but it will oxidize over time and could potentially affect the flavor of the foods that it's in. She points out that the oxidation of the product also would diminish the flaxseed's omega-3 fatty acids, which can prevent heart attacks, so freshness is important in the product's impact. The ISU researcher hopes to publish the study in a professional journal. She also plans further investigation on whether flaxseed can be taken in combination with other known cholesterol-lowering substances, and whether it could prevent high cholesterol in the first place.


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