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Dietary phenolics: chemistry, bioavailability and effects on health.
There is much epidemiological evidence that diets rich in fruit and vegetables can reduce the incidence of non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer and stroke.Expand
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Metabolite Profiling of Hydroxycinnamate Derivatives in Plasma and Urine after the Ingestion of Coffee by Humans: Identification of Biomarkers of Coffee Consumption
Human subjects drank coffee containing 412 μmol of chlorogenic acids, and plasma and urine were collected 0 to 24 h after ingestion and were analyzed by high-performance liquid chromatography-massExpand
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Plant foods and herbal sources of resveratrol.
Stilbenes, in particular trans-resveratrol and its glucoside, are widely reported to be beneficial to health, having been shown to possess antioxidative, anticarcinogenic, and antitumor properties.Expand
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Plant Secondary Metabolites: Occurrence, Structure And Role In The Human Diet
Contributors. 1 Phenols, Polyphenols and Tannins: An Overview (Alan Crozier, Indu B. Jaganath and Michael N. Clifford). 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Classification of phenolic compounds. 1.3 Biosynthesis.Expand
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Quantitative analysis of the flavonoid content of commercial tomatoes
Method of and apparatus for steering a vehicle having two separately steerable wheels and respective separate steering means characterized by imparting a steer signal to both steerable wheels,Expand
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Antioxidant actions and phenolic and vitamin C contents of common Mauritian exotic fruits
Seventeen commonly consumed exotic fruits from Mauritius were analysed for their antioxidant capacity, total phenolics, proanthocyanidins, flavonoids and vitamin C content. Two independent methodsExpand
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Total phenol, flavonoid, proanthocyanidin and vitamin C levels and antioxidant activities of Mauritian vegetables
Ten Mauritian vegetables, broccoli, cauliflower, white cabbage, lettuce, Chinese cabbage, mugwort, carrot, onion, tomato and chilli pepper, were analysed for their total phenol, flavonoid,Expand
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How should we assess the effects of exposure to dietary polyphenols in vitro?
Human intervention studies have provided clear evidence that dietary polyphenols (eg, flavonoids--eg, flavonols--and isoflavones) are at least partly absorbed and that they have the potential toExpand
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Bioavailability of dietary flavonoids and phenolic compounds.
This paper reviews recent human studies on the bioavailability of dietary flavonoids and related compounds, including chlorogenic acids and ellagitannins, in which the identification of metabolites,Expand
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Absorption, excretion and metabolite profiling of methyl-, glucuronyl-, glucosyl- and sulpho-conjugates of quercetin in human plasma and urine after ingestion of onions
It is essential to have a thorough knowledge of the bioavailability and metabolism of dietary flavonols to understand their role in disease prevention. Lightly fried onions containing 275μmolExpand
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