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Advances in nutrition and nutrients Research acknowledges the fundamental courting among the nutrition and dietary sciences and brings jointly remarkable and entire experiences that spotlight this courting. Contributions element clinical advancements within the extensive parts of foodstuff technological know-how and nutrients and are meant to supply these in academia and with the newest info on rising study in those consistently evolving sciences.

*The most recent very important info for foodstuff scientists and nutritionists *Peer-reviewed articles via a panel of revered scientists *The go-to sequence in view that 1948

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9. Despite forming the majority of the dietary load of antioxidant phytochemicals, most (indeed almost all) of the polyphenols and carotenoids ingested are not absorbed, and even the absorption of vitamins C and E is limited. 10. The physiological and biochemical systems of the contemporary human body have evolved through millions of years. 11. Our current dietary requirements are likely to be very similar to those of our evolutionarily successful ancestral prototype, the huntergatherer hominids of Paleolithic times, whose diet was rich in plantbased foods, such as fruits, seeds, and nuts.

2. Colonic microflora and metabolism of food antioxidants: Moving into new territory of the microbiome The absorption of antioxidant phytochemicals from the human gastrointestinal tract is severely restricted. Even in the case of ascorbic acid, which is the most soluble and best absorbed antioxidant, absorption is limited. , 2000). Consequently, the increase in plasma ascorbic acid following ingestion of several grams of vitamin C is not significantly larger than that seen after taking a few hundred milligrams (Benzie & Strain, 1997).

2005). Heme oxygenase-1: A therapeutic amplification funnel. FASEB, 19, 1216–1219. Bartoz, G. (2003). Total antioxidant capacity. Advances in Clinical Chemistry, 37, 219–292. Benzie, I. F. F. (1999). Vitamin C: Prospective functional markers for defining optimal nutritional status. Proceedings of the Nutritional Society, 58(2), 469–476. Benzie, I. F. F. (2000). The evolution of antioxidant defence mechanisms. European Journal of Nutrition, 39, 53–61. Benzie, I. F. F. (2003). Evolution of dietary antioxidants.

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