Supplementation with Brazil nuts and green tea extract regulates targeted biomarkers related to colorectal cancer risk in humans.

@article{Hu2016SupplementationWB,
  title={Supplementation with Brazil nuts and green tea extract regulates targeted biomarkers related to colorectal cancer risk in humans.},
  author={Ying Hu and Graeme Howie McIntosh and Richard K Le Leu and Roshini Somashekar and Xing Q Meng and Geetha L Gopalsamy and Libby Bambaca and Ross A. McKinnon and Graeme P. Young},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2016},
  volume={116 11},
  pages={1901-1911}
}
Se and green tea have been shown in epidemiological, observational and preclinical studies to be inversely related to the risk of developing colorectal cancer (CRC). However, there are limited studies to evaluate their regulatory effects on genes/proteins that relate to CRC oncogenesis in human subjects, such as selenoproteins, WNT signalling pathway, inflammation and methylation. This study examined the effects of supplementation of Se using Brazil nuts and green tea extract (GTE) capsules… CONTINUE READING
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