Do grape polyphenols improve metabolic syndrome components? A systematic review

@article{Woerdeman2017DoGP,
  title={Do grape polyphenols improve metabolic syndrome components? A systematic review},
  author={J. Woerdeman and E. V. Poelgeest and J. Ket and E. Eringa and E. Sern{\'e} and Y. Smulders},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={2017},
  volume={71},
  pages={1381-1392}
}
  • J. Woerdeman, E. V. Poelgeest, +3 authors Y. Smulders
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
  • Background/Objectives:Epidemiological, in vitro and animal studies suggest that grape polyphenols, such as those present in wine, have favorable effects on the metabolic syndrome. However, controversy remains whether treatment with grape polyphenols is effective in humans. Here, we aimed to systemically review the effects of grape polyphenols on metabolic syndrome components in humans.Subjects/Methods:We systematically searched Medline, EMBASE and the Cochrane database for all clinical trials… CONTINUE READING
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