Intake of Red Wine in Different Meals Modulates Oxidized LDL Level, Oxidative and Inflammatory Gene Expression in Healthy People: A Randomized Crossover Trial

@inproceedings{Renzo2014IntakeOR,
  title={Intake of Red Wine in Different Meals Modulates Oxidized LDL Level, Oxidative and Inflammatory Gene Expression in Healthy People: A Randomized Crossover Trial},
  author={Laura Di Renzo and Alberto Carraro and Roberto Valente and Leonardo Iacopino and Carmen Colica and Antonino De Lorenzo},
  booktitle={Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity},
  year={2014}
}
Several studies have found that adherence to the Mediterranean Diet, including consumption of red wine, is associated with beneficial effects on oxidative and inflammatory conditions. We evaluate the outcome of consumption of a McDonald's Meal (McD) and a Mediterranean Meal (MM), with and without the additive effect of red wine, in order to ascertain whether the addition of the latter has a positive impact on oxidized (ox-) LDL and on expression of oxidative and inflammatory genes. A total of… CONTINUE READING
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