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The effect of polyphenols in olive oil on heart disease risk factors: a randomized trial.

The effect of polyphenols in olive oil on heart disease risk factors: a randomized trial. Virgin olive oils are richer in phenolic content than refined olive oil. Small, randomized, crossover, controlled trials on the antioxidant effect of phenolic compounds from real-life daily doses of olive oil in humans have yielded conflicting results. Little information is available on the effect of the phenolic compounds of olive oil on plasma lipid levels. No international study with a large sample size has been done. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of internal medicine Pubmed

The effect of polyphenols in olive oil on heart disease risk factors: a randomized trial.

The effect of polyphenols in olive oil on heart disease risk factors: a randomized trial.


Abstract

Virgin olive oils are richer in phenolic content than refined olive oil. Small, randomized, crossover, controlled trials on the antioxidant effect of phenolic compounds from real-life daily doses of olive oil in humans have yielded conflicting results. Little information is available on the effect of the phenolic compounds of olive oil on plasma lipid levels. No international study with a large sample size has been done.

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ISSN
0003-4819
DOI
10.7326/0003-4819-145-5-200609050-00006
pmid
16954359

Abstract

Virgin olive oils are richer in phenolic content than refined olive oil. Small, randomized, crossover, controlled trials on the antioxidant effect of phenolic compounds from real-life daily doses of olive oil in humans have yielded conflicting results. Little information is available on the effect of the phenolic compounds of olive oil on plasma lipid levels. No international study with a large sample size has been done.

Journal

Annals of internal medicinePubmed

Published: Sep 28, 2006

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