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Dietary (poly)phenolics in human health: structures, bioavailability, and evidence of protective effects against chronic diseases.
Human intervention trials have provided evidence for protective effects of various (poly)phenol-rich foods against chronic disease, including cardiovascular disease, neurodegeneration, and cancer.Expand
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Bioavailability, bioactivity and impact on health of dietary flavonoids and related compounds: an update
There is substantial interest in the role of plant secondary metabolites as protective dietary agents. In particular, the involvement of flavonoids and related compounds has become a major topic inExpand
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Potential Health Benefits of Berries
Fruit and vegetable consumption is inversely related to the incidence of heart disease and several cancers. However, many people in countries in Northern latitudes do not eat the recommendedExpand
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Phytochemical profiles of black, red, brown, and white rice from the Camargue region of France.
Secondary metabolites in black, red, brown, and white rice grown in the Camargue region of France were investigated using HPLC-PDA-MS(2). The main compounds in black rice were anthocyanins (3.5Expand
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Green tea flavan-3-ols: colonic degradation and urinary excretion of catabolites by humans.
Following the ingestion of green tea, substantial quantities of flavan-3-ols pass from the small to the large intestine (Stalmach et al. Mol. Nutr. Food Res. 2009, 53, S44-S53; Mol. Nutr. Food Res.Expand
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Polyphenols and health: what compounds are involved?
On the basis of prospective, cross-sectional and intervention studies linking polyphenols to human health, several experimental papers in the literature have tried to evaluate the molecularExpand
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A structural basis for the inhibition of collagen‐stimulated platelet function by quercetin and structurally related flavonoids
Background and purpose:  Molecular mechanisms underlying the links between dietary intake of flavonoids and reduced cardiovascular disease risk are only partially understood. Key events in theExpand
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Characterization of the antioxidant functions of flavonoids and proanthocyanidins in Mauritian black teas
Abstract Tea drinking is associated with an improved antioxidant status in vivo which may contribute to the lowering of the risk of certain types of cancer, coronary heart disease and stroke. TheExpand
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Yoghurt impacts on the excretion of phenolic acids derived from colonic breakdown of orange juice flavanones in humans.
Human urine was collected over a 24 h period after the consumption of 250 mL of (i) water, (ii) orange juice, and (iii) orange juice plus 150 mL of full fat natural yoghurt. The orange juiceExpand
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The Bioavailability, Transport, and Bioactivity of Dietary Flavonoids: A Review from a Historical Perspective.
Flavonoids are plant-derived dietary components with a substantial impact on human health. Research has expanded massively since it began in the 1930s, and the complex pathways involved inExpand
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