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Antioxidants
Antioxidant and antihypertensive effects of a chemically defined fraction of syrah red (Aug 2017)
Association of flavonoid-rich foods and flavonoids with risk of all-cause mortality (Aug 2017)
Resveratrol – past and present research (Aug 2017)
Molecular mechanism behind the neuroprotective effect of wine compounds (May 2017)
The prevention of oxidative damage by polyphenol-rich wine extracts (Mar 2017)
The effects of wine polyphenols and their relevant metabolites on gut and host health (Mar 2017)
Effect of maceration duration on physicochemical characteristics, organic acid, phenolic compounds and antioxidant activity of red wine (Dec 2016)
Red wine polyphenols and their potential to target brain pathology in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease (Oct 2016)
Importance of drinking pattern on the effects of wine on health (July 2016)
Partial dealcoholisation of red wine by nanofiltration and its effect on anthocyanin and resveratrol levels (May 2016)
Resveratrol requires red wine polyphenols for optimum antioxidant activity ? (May 2016)
Flavonoid-rich foods are associated with a reduced risk of erectile dysfunction (Jan 2016)
Polyphenols and glycemic control (Jan 2016)

Effects of resveratrol on memory performance, hippocampal functional connectivity, and glucose metabolism in healthy older adults (June 2014)

Scientists discover new health-enhancing molecules in red wine (Oct 2013)
Too many antioxidants? Resveratrol in pill form blocks many cardiovascular benefits of exercise (Oct 2013)
Wine polyphenols add to the protection of alcohol against cardiovascular disease (Aug 2013)
Wine compound found to extend life in bee study (Nov 2012)
Antioxidant rich berry wines analysed (Sep 2012)
Red wine and the protective effects of polyphenolics (Sep 2012)
Intake of alcohol-free red wine modulates antioxidant enzyme activities in a human intervention study (Sep 2012)
Resveratrol’s ability to boost the body’s cell energy is dependent on gene SIRT1 (May 2012)
Potentially important new mechanisms found for the anti-aging effects of resveratrol, a phenolic compound found in red wine (Feb 2012)
Dietary factors and lung function in the general population: wine and resveratrol intake (Feb 2012)
Young rats given red wine polyphenols show less deterioration in endothelial function with ageing (April 2011)

Wine polyphenols have a variety of beneficial effects on health  (April 2011)              

Evidence that PPAR-gamma is a mechanism for the effects of winepolyphenolics on cardiovascular risk (Jan 2011)
4th Wine and Health Conference, Friuli, Italy 1-4 October 2010 (Nov 2010)
The potential effect of resveratrol – without alcohol on the heart (July 2010)
Animal study suggests resveratrol could protect against ichemic stroke (July 2010)
Estrogen receptor alpha as a key target of red wine polyphenols action on the endothelium (June 2010)
Antioxidants starve cancer cells (June 2010)
The influence of alcohol consumed with a meal on endothelial function in healthy individuals antioxidants
Changes in antioxidant endogenous enzymes (activity and gene expression levels) after repeated red wine intake
Two studies on Grapes, wine, resveratrol and heart health
Regular consumption of red wine may enhance the body's antioxidant defenses
Resveratrol: a promising agent in promoting cardio-protection against coronary heart disease
Study suggests that white wine phenolics are absorbed and metabolised in humans
Resveratrol study demonstrates significant health benefits
Chocolate, wine and tea can boost brain power
Green ginger wine - antioxidant rich Christmas cheer!
Alzheimer’s - how are antioxidants protective?
Cardioprotective effect comparison of red and white wines
Resveratrol prevents fat accumulation in livers of alcoholic mice
More about white wines and their contents by Gordon J. Troup
Grape-derived polyphenolics may be effective in Alzheimer’s Disease prevention
Two studies on the anti ageing effects of Resveratrol
More on red wine's healthfulness By Harvey E. Finkel, M.D
Wine and tea compounds linked to diabetes benefits
‘Of Fat Mice and Men’ By Harvey E. Finkel, M.D
Polyphenols - much being learnt about the role and pathways of antioxidants in our bodies
The antioxidant profile of red wines
Alcohol boosts antioxidant content of fruit
Red wine and procyanidins
Antioxidants - never out of the news
Resveratrol; EPR and Antioxidant Efficiency Studies
Resveratrol prolongs lifespan and delays onset of aging-related traits in a short-lived vertebrate
Spare a thought for the catechins and anthocyanins by Gordon Troup
A reminder about resveratrol by Phil Norrie
Preserving Antioxidants in White Wines: Good News!
Resveratrol shown to mimic calorie restriction
Specific benefits linked to origin of wine
Whisky – An ESR and Antioxidant Study
Paradoxe Blanc
Polyphenolic Compounds: Cutting Edge Research From The University Of Alabama
by Elisabeth Homgren
Red Wine Polyphenols in cancer research
by Dr. Erik Skovenborg
Antioxidants in wines
Steven J. Langford and Gordon J. Troup
The Antioxidant debate
by Helena Conibear
Cider high in antioxidants
More resveratrol news
Important antioxidant, pterostilben, found in grapes
Bulgarian wine highest in antioxidants
Oxidation, free radicals and antioxidants in wines
by D.G.Hewitt and G.J Troup
ANTIOXIDANTS
By Harvey E. Finkel, M.D.
Antioxidants in beer and cider
Dr Caroline J. Walker.
THE MAGIC-OL RESVERATROL
by Dr Philip Norrie
Resveratrol Pill
Beer has similar levels of polyphenols to red wines
Red wine versus white wine - is there a difference in health benefit?
by Dr Philp Norrie MBBS, MSc, MSocSc(Hons)
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