Differential protective effects of red wine polyphenol extracts (RWEs) on colon carcinogenesis.

@article{Mazu2014DifferentialPE,
  title={Differential protective effects of red wine polyphenol extracts (RWEs) on colon carcinogenesis.},
  author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Mazu{\'e} and Dominique Delmas and Genoveva Murillo and Diana Saleiro and Emeric Limagne and Norbert Latruffe},
  journal={Food \& function},
  year={2014},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={
          663-70
        }
}
Various epidemiological studies have shown that a regular and moderate consumption of red wine is correlated with a decreased relative risk of developing coronary heart disease and cancer. These health benefits are commonly attributed to high contents of polyphenols, particularly resveratrol, representing important sources of antioxidants. However, resveratrol does not seem to be the only bioactive compound present in the wine which contains numerous other polyphenols. The present study… 
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