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- Desjardins, Y.
- Acta horticulturae 2015 no.1106 pp. 199-210
- antioxidants; bioavailability; cohort studies; coronary disease; diabetes; digestive system; energy metabolism; feces; fruit consumption; genes; humans; inflammation; intestinal microorganisms; mechanism of action; neoplasms; neurodegenerative diseases; obesity; polyphenols; risk reduction; urine; vegetables; xenobiotics
- ... A growing body of evidences suggests that the regular consumption of fruit and vegetables (FAV) reduces the risk of chronic human illnesses. They are rich sources of polyphenols, which have been shown, through epidemiological cohort studies or through mechanistic in vitro or animal studies, to prevent coronary heart diseases, chronic inflammatory diseases, obesity, diabetes, neurodegenerative dise ...