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- Ebru Demirel Sezer; Latife Merve Oktay; Elif Karadadaş; Hikmet Memmedov; Nur Selvi Gunel; Eser Sözmen
- Journal of medicinal food 2019 v.22 no.11 pp. 1118-1126
- 2,5-dihydroxybenzoic acid; Vaccinium myrtillus; antineoplastic activity; antineoplastic agents; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; apoptosis; blueberries; cytotoxicity; diet; flow cytometry; fruit extracts; kaempferol; liquid chromatography; neoplasms; oxidants; oxidative stress; polyphenols; protein composition; protein microarrays; proteins; quercetin; tandem mass spectrometry; therapeutics
- ... In recent years, natural products gained popularity with their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects mediated by chemical compounds within their composition. Study results offering them as palliative therapy options in cancer or as anticancer agents with high levels of cytotoxicity brought a new approach to combine cancer treatment protocols with these products. From a different perspective, e ...
- Hui Cao; Juanying Ou; Lei Chen; Yanbo Zhang; Tomasz Szkudelski; Dominique Delmas; Maria Daglia; Jianbo Xiao
- Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 2019 v.59 no.20 pp. 3371-3379
- Vaccinium myrtillus; anthocyanins; blood glucose; chocolate; clinical trials; epidemiological studies; glucose; glycemic control; glycemic effect; grape seeds; guavas; humans; hypoglycemic agents; insulin resistance; insulin secretion; noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus; olive oil; patients; polyphenols; propolis; red wines; resveratrol; structure-activity relationships; tea; therapeutics
- ... Significant evidence from epidemiological investigations showed that dietary polyphenols might manage and prevent type 2 diabetes (T2D). This review summarizes human studies and clinical trials of polyphenols as anti-diabetic agents. Polyphenols from coffee, guava tea, whortleberry, olive oil, propolis, chocolate, red wine, grape seed, and cocoa have been reported to show anti-diabetic effects in ...