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Intestinal-Gas Production Following Ingestion of Commercial Wheat Cereals and Milling Fractions.

C. A. Hickey, E. L. Murphy, and D. H. Calloway. Copyright 1972 by the American Association of Cereal Chemists, Inc. 

Human intestinal-gas production was increased over baseline levels following consumption of the wheat cereals 'All Bran' and 'Ralston', and the wheat milling fractions bran, red dog, and shorts. Endosperm, germ, and 'Cream of Wheat' resulted in only insignificant increases, as reflected in breath and flatus gas composition.

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