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Daily grape juice consumption reduces oxidative DNA damage and plasma free radical levels in healthy Koreans

Body Composition Assessment
Yoo Kyoung Park, Myung-Hee Kang et al.
Used Parameters : IBW

Publication Year : 2003

Country : Korea

Journal : Mutation Research

Grape contains flavonoids with antioxidant properties which are believed to be protective against various types of cancer. This antioxidative protection is possibly provided by the effective scavenging of reactive oxygen species (ROS), thus defending cellular DNA from oxidative damage and potential mutations. This study of healthy adults tested whether a daily regimen of grape juice supplementation could reduce cellular DNA damage in peripheral lymphocytes and reduce the amount of free radicals released. Sixty-seven …
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