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- Gitenay, Delphine; Lyan, Bernard; Rambeau, Mathieu; Mazur, Andrzej; Rock, Edmond
- European journal of nutrition 2007 v.46 no.8 pp. 468-475
- animal models; antioxidants; biomarkers; carcinogenesis; cholesterol; cohort studies; diet; erythrocytes; freeze drying; heart; liver; lycopene; nitric oxide; oxidative stress; rats; risk; spleen; superoxide dismutase; thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances; tomatoes; triacylglycerols; vitamin E
- ... Background Cohort studies suggested that individuals with higher intake of tomatoes and tomato products have a lower risk of degenerative diseases. Lycopene, an antioxidant and antiproliferative carotenoid, has been hypothesized to be responsible for the health benefits of tomatoes. However, studies demonstrated a higher potential of tomatoes compared to lycopene to reduce oxidative stress or carc ...
- Parra, Dolores; Bandarra, Narcisa M.; Kiely, Mairead; Thorsdottir, Inga; Martínez, J. Alfredo
- European journal of nutrition 2007 v.46 no.8 pp. 460-467
- anthropometric measurements; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; cod (fish); diet therapy; energy; erythrocytes; fatty acid composition; fish consumption; lipid content; low calorie diet; malondialdehyde; obesity; omega-3 fatty acids; oxidative stress; salmon; saturated fats; seafoods; weight loss
- ... Background The role of some nutritional factors and hypocaloric diets on oxidative balance is a matter of debate, especially related to the prevention and treatment of obesity and co-morbidities. Aim of the study The aim was to investigate the antioxidant capacity of different energy restricted diets in the treatment of obesity, paying emphasis to the effect of incorporating omega-3 fatty acids wi ...