antioxidant


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substance that inhibits oxidation or inhibits reactions promoted by oxygen or peroxides

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A novel total antioxidant capacity index for dietary polyphenols, vitamins C and E, using their cupric ion reducing capability in the presence of neocuproine: CUPRAC method.
A spectroscopic technique that involved ferric antioxidant reducing power (FRAP) was used to measure the antioxidant levels in the various parts of the mango fruit.
Acting on the observation that oxidative stress has been implicated in the pathophysiology of chronic pancreatitis CP), the authors evaluated the effects of antioxidant supplementation on pain relief, oxidative stress and antioxidant status in patients with CP.
A More than 100 million Americans take antioxidant supplements such as beta carotene, selenium and vitamins A, C and E.
Range of phenolic and phosphite antioxidants for various polymers includes Lowinox TBM6 thiobisphenol antioxidant, which has a synergistic effect with carbon black, for use in PE cables and pipes.
Blood antioxidant capacity was assayed before and after meals.
Julie Rosenthal, MD, who presented results of the study at The Association for Research in Vision in Ophthalmology (ARVO) Annual Meeting in May 2006, said, "The message that we hope people will take home is that the study strengthens the evidence that a diet high in nutrients with antioxidant properties is associated with a decreased risk of having advanced AMD.
The antioxidant theory has always sounded convincing.
Rabinovitch of the University of Washington in Seattle and his colleagues genetically engineered mice to overexpress a gene responsible for making the antioxidant called catalase.
In the bean world, black beans are highest in antioxidant content, followed by red, brown, yellow, and white.
Prior calculated the total antioxidant amount in 100 foods.
Researchers say that antioxidant levels are particularly important for premature babies, who are more vulnerable.
A team of Italian scientists studied differences in antioxidant levels in conventional versus organic peaches and pears (Carbonaro et al.
On a test developed by USDA scientists at Tufts University in Boston to measure antioxidant levels, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and raspberries scored highest among fresh fruits.