2 edition of Anti-oxidants and effects on longevity found in the catalog.
Anti-oxidants and effects on longevity
Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-169) and index.
|Statement||American Health Research Institute.|
|Contributions||American Health Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||Z6665.A62 A58 1994, RB170 A58 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||171 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
|ISBN 10||0788302671, 0788302663|
|LC Control Number||94035129|
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If aging is due to or contributed by free radical reactions, as postulated by the free radical theory of aging, lifespan of organisms should be extended by administration of exogenous antioxidants.
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It explores the role of oxidative stress in the pathophysiology of various diseases as well as antioxidant foods, vitamins, and all antioxidant. Endogenous antioxidant defences are both non-enzymatic (eg, uric acid, glutathione, bilirubin, thiols, albumin, and nutritional factors, including vitamins and phenols) and enzymatic (eg, the superoxide dismutases, the glutathione peroxidases [GSHPx Cited by: In some preclinical studies, antioxidants have been found to promote tumor growth and metastasis in tumor-bearing mice and to increase the ability of circulating tumor cells to metastasize (29–31).
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In this chapter, we will discuss the inability of antioxidant supplementation to improve health and longevity. Although many antioxidants are efficient free radical quenchers in vitro, their in vivo effects are less clear. Recent evidence from human trials implies that antioxidant Cited by: 3.
In addition, dietary antioxidants including ascorbic acid, vitamin A, vitamin C, α -tocopherol, and plant flavonoids are also able to scavenge ROS in cells and therefore theoretically can extend the Cited by: Research suggests that when it comes to longevity and overall health, some of the benefits of consuming antioxidant foods, herbs, teas and supplements include: Slower signs of aging, including of the skin, eyes, tissue, joints, heart and brain Healthier, more youthful.
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