Bioactive dietary polyphenolic compounds reduce nonheme iron transport across human intestinal cell monolayers.

Abstract

There is persuasive epidemiological evidence that regular intake of dietary bioactive polyphenolic compounds promotes human health. Because dietary polyphenolic compounds have a wide range of effects in vivo and vitro, including chelation of metals such as iron, it is prudent to test whether the regular consumption of bioactive polyphenolic components… (More)

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