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Antioxidants Promote The Growth Of Liver Cancer Cells
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Researchers from the University of Hong Kong (HKU) have discovered that antioxidants promote the growth of liver cancer cells. Liver cancer patients are hence recommended against taking high doses of antioxidant supplements. [...]
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Get your antioxidants from foods, not pills
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We also get antioxidants in foods. In particular, several vitamins -- primarily vitamins A, C and E -- have antioxidant powers. If the levels of antioxidants match the levels of free radicals, we're in balance. However, if free radicals exceed the ... [...]
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Curry as cure? Spicing up the effectiveness of a potential disease-fighter
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Koji Wada and colleagues note that curcumin is a potent antioxidant found in the spice, turmeric. Clinical trials are checking its safety and effectiveness for colon cancer, psoriasis, and Alzheimer's disease. However, digestive juice in the ... [...]
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Electronic 'Tongue' Evaluates Fruit
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So you just dropped nearly five dollars on a shapely bottle of POM juice. With the back label extolling the virtues of the pomegranate's antioxidant superpowers, you're expecting nothing short of a miraculous health boost with each sip. [...]
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Fuel Antioxidants Market: Form (Solid Fuel, Liquid Fuel, Gaseous Fuel, Fossil …
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LONDON, April 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Fuel Antioxidant is referred as a chemical reaction that prevents the loss of electrons or reduces the occurrence of oxidation state in fuel which in turn deters damage to the molecules. Fuel antioxidants detects ... [...]
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Beneath An Ugly Outside, Marred Fruit May Pack More Nutrition
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Another study of both conventional and organic apple varieties found higher antioxidant phenols and fruit acids in organic apples. The study authors noted, “The regular consumption of fruit acids is helpful in preventing illness and metabolic disorders. [...]
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Dietary antioxidants: Part I
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An antioxidant is a functional property of specific vitamins, minerals, enzymes and plant chemicals (phytochemicals) that protect the body's cells and tissues from harmful effects of oxidation caused by free radicals. Free radicals are derivatives of ... [...]
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Diabetes drugs with antioxidant properties linked to spread of cancer
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Researchers found that the dipeptidyl peptidase (DPP)–4 inhibitors saxagliptin and sitagliptin, as well as the antioxidant alpha-lipoic acid, increased the risk of existing tumours metastasising. While the drugs do not increase the initial risk of ... [...]
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Kristina Johansen :What Are Antioxidants, and Are They Good for Dogs Too?
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There is a lot of hype surrounding antioxidants - they are often mentioned in TV advertising for various products or in glossy magazines. But what exactly are they, what do they do, are they important and should you give your dog antioxidant ... [...]
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