An up-date of olive oil phenols in inflammation and cancer: molecular mechanisms and clinical implications.

@article{Crdeno2013AnUO,
  title={An up-date of olive oil phenols in inflammation and cancer: molecular mechanisms and clinical implications.},
  author={Ana C{\'a}rdeno and Marina S{\'a}nchez-Hidalgo and Catalina Alarc{\'o}n-de-la-Lastra},
  journal={Current medicinal chemistry},
  year={2013},
  volume={20 37},
  pages={
          4758-76
        }
}
Olive oil (OO), the main fatty component of the Mediterranean diet, exhibits numerous biological functions which are beneficial for the state of health. In addition to monounsaturated fatty acid (MUFA) evidences have accumulated on the favorable properties of its minor though highly bioactive components, particularly the phenolic compounds, which have shown a broad spectrum of bioactive properties, including antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects both associated with the origin of the main… CONTINUE READING

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