Age-Related Loss in Bone Mineral Density of Rats Fed Lifelong on a Fish Oil-Based Diet Is Avoided by Coenzyme Q10 Addition

@inproceedings{VarelaLpez2017AgeRelatedLI,
  title={Age-Related Loss in Bone Mineral Density of Rats Fed Lifelong on a Fish Oil-Based Diet Is Avoided by Coenzyme Q10 Addition},
  author={Alfonso Varela-L{\'o}pez and Julio J Ochoa and Jos{\'e} M. Llamas-Elvira and Magdalena L{\'o}pez-Fr{\'i}as and Elena Andr{\'e}s Planells and MCarmen Ramirez-Tortosa and C{\'e}sar Ram{\'i}rez-Tortosa and Francesca Giampieri and Maurizio Antonio Battino and Jos{\'e} Luis Quiles},
  booktitle={Nutrients},
  year={2017}
}
During aging, bone mass declines increasing osteoporosis and fracture risks. Oxidative stress has been related to this bone loss, making dietary compounds with antioxidant properties a promising weapon. Male Wistar rats were maintained for 6 or 24 months on diets with fish oil as unique fat source, supplemented or not with coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), to evaluate the potential of adding this molecule to the n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid (n-3 PUFA)-based diet for bone mineral density (BMD… CONTINUE READING
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