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Coffee, Caffeine, and Health Outcomes: An Umbrella Review.
Findings indicate that coffee can be part of a healthful diet and associated with a probable decreased risk of Parkinson's disease and type-2 diabetes and an increased risk of pregnancy loss.
Possible role of diet in cancer: systematic review and multiple meta‐analyses of dietary patterns, lifestyle factors, and cancer risk
The most convincing evidence supported an association between healthy dietary patterns and decreased risk of colon and breast cancer, especially in postmenopausal, hormone receptor‐negative women, and an associations between unhealthy dietary patternsand increased risk of Colon cancer.
Legume consumption and CVD risk: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Legumes’ intrinsic characteristics, because they are often part of an overall healthy diet, orBecause they are a substitute for unhealthy sources of protein may potentially explain the current findings.
Dietary Flavonoid and Lignan Intake and Mortality in Prospective Cohort Studies: Systematic Review and Dose-Response Meta-Analysis
Findings from this meta-analysis indicated that dietary flavonoids are associated with decreased risk of all-cause and CVD mortality.
Coffee and tea consumption in relation with non-alcoholic fatty liver and metabolic syndrome: A systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies.
Natural antioxidants for non‐alcoholic fatty liver disease: molecular targets and clinical perspectives
- F. Salomone, J. Godos, S. Zelber-Sagi
- BiologyLiver international : official journal of the…
- 1 January 2016
The existing evidence regarding the potential role of natural antioxidants in the treatment of NAFLD is summarized, possible future clinical applications are examined and natural antioxidants are reported to have beneficial effects in preclinical models ofNAFLD and in pilot clinical trials, and thus need clinical evaluation.
A comprehensive meta‐analysis on dietary flavonoid and lignan intake and cancer risk: Level of evidence and limitations
Overall results may be promising but are inconclusive, and further prospective cohorts assessing dietary polyphenol exposure and studies using other methods to evaluate exposure are needed to confirm and determine consumption levels required to achieve health benefits.
Dietary Polyphenol Intake and Depression: Results from the Mediterranean Healthy Eating, Lifestyle and Aging (MEAL) Study
Higher dietary intake of flavonoid may be inversely associated with depressive symptoms, and further studies are needed to definitively confirm these observed associations.
Coffee components and cardiovascular risk: beneficial and detrimental effects
- J. Godos, F. Pluchinotta, G. Grosso
- Biology, MedicineInternational journal of food sciences and…
- 19 November 2014
The available information about coffee compounds and their mechanism of action is reviewed and benefits and risks for cardiovascular system associated with coffee consumption will be discussed.