• Biology, Medicine
  • Published in
    Journal of agricultural and…
    2005
  • DOI:10.1021/jf050493x

In vivo investigation of changes in biomarkers of oxidative stress induced by plant food rich diets.

@article{Thompson2005InVI,
  title={In vivo investigation of changes in biomarkers of oxidative stress induced by plant food rich diets.},
  author={Henry J Thompson and Jerianne Heimendinger and Cynthia Gillette and Scot M. Sedlacek and Albert D. Haegele and Caitlin O'neill and Pamela Wolfe},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={53 15},
  pages={
          6126-32
        }
}
It is well established that vegetables and fruit (VF) contain antioxidant phytochemicals. Consequently, it is expected that individuals who consume diets with a high content of VF should be better protected against oxidative cellular damage than individuals who do not, but not all data support this assumption. The objective of this study was to identify possible explanations for this conundrum. The effects of two diets that differed in VF content on markers of oxidative damage were studied… CONTINUE READING

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