Dietary fat subgroups, zinc, and vegetable components are related to urine F2a-isoprostane concentration, a measure of oxidative stress, in midlife women.

@article{Tomey2007DietaryFS,
  title={Dietary fat subgroups, zinc, and vegetable components are related to urine F2a-isoprostane concentration, a measure of oxidative stress, in midlife women.},
  author={Kristin M Tomey and Maryfran R. Sowers and Xizhao Li and Daniel S. McConnell and Sybil Crawford and Ellen B. Gold and Bill L. Lasley and John F. Randolph},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2007},
  volume={137 11},
  pages={2412-9}
}
Smoking, diet, and physical activity may impact chronic diseases in part by promoting or attenuating oxidative stress. We evaluated associations between lifestyle factors and urine F(2a)-isoprostanes, a marker of oxidative stress in 1610 participants of the Study of Women's Health Across the Nation (SWAN). Dietary intake and physical activity were assessed at baseline and the 5th year 05 (Y05). These data were related to Y05 urinary F(2a)-isoprostane concentration with regression analyses… CONTINUE READING