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[The role of natural dietary compounds in colorectal cancer chemoprevention].

@article{Olejnik2010TheRO,
  title={[The role of natural dietary compounds in colorectal cancer chemoprevention].},
  author={Anna Olejnik and Joanna Tomczyk and Katarzyna Kowalska and Włodzimierz Grajek},
  journal={Postepy higieny i medycyny doswiadczalnej},
  year={2010},
  volume={64},
  pages={
          175-87
        }
}
This review discusses the preventive and therapeutic potential of natural dietary compounds against colorectal cancer. The chemopreventive properties of many natural food matrices and purified bioactive compounds have been evaluated. Prominent among the dietary constituents that are the focus of interest in colorectal cancer chemoprevention are dietary fiber, probiotics and prebiotics, methionine and folate, vitamins D and E, calcium and selenium, anthocyanins, procyanidins, phytoestrogens… Expand
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