Browsing Human Nutrition by Subject "Lycopene"

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Browsing Human Nutrition by Subject "Lycopene"

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  • Erdman, John W. Jr.; Ford, Nikki A.; Lindshield, Brian L. (2009-03-31)
    A variety of epidemiological trials have suggested that higher intake of lycopene-containing foods (primarily tomato products) or blood lycopene concentrations are associated with decreased cardiovascular disease and ...
  • Lindshield, Brian L.; Canene-Adams, Kirstie; Erdman, John W. Jr. (2008-11-20)
    In vitro lycopene is the most potent antioxidant among carotenoids. While antioxidant function may be relevant to health, we hypothesize that metabolites of lycopene may be bioactive and responsible for the beneficial ...
  • Lindshield, Brian L.; Ford, Nikki A.; Canene-Adams, Kirstie; Diamond, Alan M.; Wallig, Matthew A.; Erdman, John W. Jr. (2010-08-31)
    Background: Lycopene, selenium, and vitamin E are three micronutrients commonly consumed and supplemented by men diagnosed with prostate cancer. However, it is not clear whether consumption of these compounds, alone or in ...

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