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Physicians and health promotion
(Canadian Medical Association Journal, 2005-12-05)
High-Fat Diets and Fecal Level of Reductase and Colon Mucosal Level of Ornithine Decarboxylase, B-Glucuronidase, 5'-Nucleotidase, ATPase, and Esterase in Mice.
(Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1984)
In one experiment Swiss mice were maintained on a 16 or 23% fat diet (laboratory chow with added fat, principally corn on) or on laboratory chow alone (5.5% fat), In another experiment CS7BU1 mice were given a 23% fat ...
Dietary fats and coronary heart disease.
(Biomedicine Pharmacotherapy, 1996)
The prevention and treatment of coronary heart disease (CHD) necessitates vigorous dietary intervention so as 10 lower the serum cho1eslero11evel by at least 6%. Greater decreases in serum cholesterol can bring about ...
Refined carbohydrates - a cause of suboptimal nutrient intake.
(Medical Hypotheses, 1983)
During the refining of carbohydrate foods there is a sharp drop in the concentration of dietary fiber and of various vitamins and minerals. Estimates were made of the effect of refining on the total diet intake of ...
Dietary fibre and the mouse colon: its influence on luminal pH, reducing activity, bile acid binding and cell proliferation.
(Cancer Letters, 1988)
Female, Swiss mice were fed semi-synthetic diets for 33 days. The diets were fibre-free (FF) or supplemented with corn bran (CB) 12°~, wheat bran (WB) 12%, alfalfa (AL) 12oh, pectin (P) BOh, cellulose (CL) 6%, or lignin ...
Protective effect of beta carotene against colon tumors in mice.
(Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1987)
The effect of dietary beta carotene on colon carcinogenesis Induced by 1,2-dimethylhydrazine «DMH) CAS: 540-73-81 was studied in female inbred Swiss Webster (ICR) mice. At age 10 weeks and continuing throughout the ...
Coronary heart disease - dietary lipids or refined carbohydrates?
(Medical Hypotheses, 1983)
The epidemiological evidence associating dietary lipids, refined carbohydrates and coronary heart disease (CHD) is evaluated. Population studies often show a high correlation between dietary lipid and heart disease ...
Does Beta-Carotene Prevent Cancer? A Critical Appraisal
(Nutrition Research, 1988)
The possible role of beta-carotene as a protective nutrient against cancer is reviewed. Human prospective and retrospective studies strongly indicate that beta-carotene protects against lung cancer and probably against ...
Biochemical status of vitamin A in colorectal cancer
(Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition, 1990-10)
Serum vitamin A and its carrier proteins, retinol-binding protein and prealbumin, were measured in 41 colorectal cancer patients, 40 patients with benign colorectal disease, and 31 healthy subjects. Serum samples were ...
International Survey Data
(Trends in Biochemistry Science, 1976)