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- The many benefits of tea
... have just published a fascinating report detailing the history, biochemistry, and health benefits of tea. It is the richest source of flavonoid antioxidants in the northern European diet and contributes about 63 per cent of all flavonoids in the diet. Tea drinkers have been found to have substantially
11/10/10, 5566 bytes
- ALS linked to lead exposure
... exposure to lead should have their lead level checked and if it is high have chelation therapy to reduce it. Ensuring an adequate intake of antioxidants to prevent oxidative stress and coenzyme Q10 supplementation to prevent mitochondrial dysfunction may also be advisable. Kamel, Freya, et al. Lead
03/02/04, 4668 bytes
- Lipoic acid: A new cancer fighter?
... combination of vitamin C and lipoic acid as an anti-cancer agent in humans. Casciari, J.J., et al. Cytotoxicity of ascorbate, lipoic acid, and other antioxidants in hollow fibre in vitro tumours. British Journal of Cancer, Vol. 84, No. 11, June 1, 2001, pp. 1544-50 CATEGORY SEARCH HOMEPAGE KEYWORD SEARCH
03/02/04, 4180 bytes
- L-arginine and heart disease
... that many heart problems involve a dysfunction of the endothelial vasodilator mechanism. This dysfunction can, in a number of cases, be reversed by antioxidants, estrogen, exercise, folic acid, and fish oils. Now researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine report that supplementation with
03/02/04, 4072 bytes
- Vitamins C and E help stop atherosclerosis
... vitamin C and E supplementation on atherosclerotic progression. Circulation, Vol. 107, February 25, 2003, pp. 947-53 Jialal, I. and Devaraj, S. Antioxidants and atherosclerosis: Don't throw out the baby with the bath water. Circulation, Vol. 107, February 25, 2003, pp. 926-28 (editorial) CATEGORY SEARCH
03/02/04, 5259 bytes
- Vitamins protect against sunburn
... beta-carotene and tocopherols (vitamin-E) are effective scavengers of reactive oxygen species one might speculate that supplementation with these antioxidants would decrease the risk of photooxidative damage. Researchers at the Heinrich Heine University now report that this is indeed the case. Their
03/02/04, 4540 bytes
- Vitamin C combats hypertension
... pressure between 90 and 110 mm Hg and did not suffer from diabetes, coronary artery disease or heart failure. They also did not take estrogens or antioxidants within one month of the start of the study. After fasting overnight the patients had their blood pressures (systolic, mean, and diastolic) measured
03/02/04, 4611 bytes
- Vitamin E protects against heart disease
... women with an average age of 84 years. The participants underwent a complete clinical examination and had blood samples drawn for analysis of antioxidants (vitamin C, vitamin E and beta-carotene), cholesterol and fluorescent products of lipid peroxidation (FPLPs). FPLPs are a marker of oxidative stress
03/02/04, 4038 bytes
- Vitamin E may help prevent diabetes
- Vitamin E may help prevent diabetes KUOPIO, FINLAND. Several epidemiologic studies have shown that dietary antioxidants may help protect against the development of type 2 diabetes. Finnish researchers now confirm these findings with the results of a major, long-term study. The study involved 2285 men
01/09/05, 4242 bytes
- Supplements in the prevention of rheumatoid arthritis
... ) and the presence of pro-inflammatory cytokines are the major culprits and three American universities have just completed a study to determine if antioxidants in the diet or supplements could reduce the risk of RA by combating oxidative stress and inflammation. Their study involved 29,368 middle-aged
03/02/04, 4581 bytes