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Polyphenols Benefits and Related Studies

Polyphenols Benefits and Related Studies


 At Zi Dobre our mission is to provide education resources highlighting the benefits of plant based diet and products.  We believe there is a healthy alternative to prescription medications and the unwanted side affects associated with them.  We encourage you to look into the some of the solutions to illnesses that diminish your quality of life which affect so many.  We hope the articles below help you find the answer you've been searching for.

What Are Polyphenols? Types, Benefits, and Food Sources

Polyphenols are a category of plant compounds that offers various health benefits.  Regularly consuming polyphenols is thought to boost digestion and brain health, as well as protect against heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even certain cancers. Red wine, dark chocolate, tea, and berries are some of the best-known sources. Yet, many other foods also offer significant amounts of these compounds.  This article reviews everything you need to know about polyphenols, including possible food sources


Polyphenols: Benefits to the Cardiovascular System in Health and in Aging

A number of epidemiological trends and clinical studies support the notion of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables being correlated with reduced cardiovascular complications and mortality. Polyphenol rich diets have been associated with reducing CVD risk thereby promoting optimal aging.


Cholesterol-lowering activity of the major polyphenols in grape seed

The major polyphenols in grape seed have been shown to have beneficial health effects in the prevention of dyslipidemia and cardiovascular diseases. In this present study, we investigated the cholesterol-lowering activity of three major polyphenolic compounds found in grape seed.


Bioactive Polyphenols for Diabetes and Inflammation in Psoriasis Disease

Diabetes is a growing public health problem throughout the world. Currently over 171 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes, and this figure is expected to more than double in the next 30 years. Positive effects of plant forest extracts in preventing or repairing the damages inflicted by metabolic diseases, such as obesity, diabetes, and insulin resistance have been demonstrated in scientific literature.


Anti-inflammatory effects of polyphenols in arthritis

The aim of this review is to summarise how these compounds can modulate the inflammatory pathways which characterise the most prevalent arthropathies including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and crystal-induced arthritis. Among polyphenols, epigallocatechin gallate, carnosol, hydroxytyrosol, curcumin, resveratrol, kaempferol and genistein have been the most widely investigated in arthritis. The most important results of the studies outlined in this article show how polyphenolic compounds are able to inhibit the expression and the release of a number of pro-inflammatory mediators and proteolytic enzymes, the activity of different transcriptional factors and the production of reactive oxygen species in vitro.


Beneficial Effects of Dietary Polyphenols on Gut Microbiota and Strategies to Improve Delivery Efficiency

Dietary polyphenols have been shown ability to modulate GM composition and function, interfering with bacterial quorum sensing, membrane permeability, as well as sensitizing bacteria to xenobiotics. In addition, can impact on gut metabolism and immunity and exert anti-inflammatory properties.


Potential use of polyphenols in the battle against COVID-19

Polyphenols, a major class of bioactive compounds in nature, are known for their antiviral activity and pleiotropic effects. The aim of this review is to assess the effects of polyphenols on COVID-19 drug targets as well as to provide a perspective on the possibility to use polyphenols in the development of natural approaches against this viral disease.