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Abstract Title:

Potentials ofSpecies Fruits against Oxidative Stress-Induced and Diet-Linked Chronic Diseases: In Vitro and In Vivo Implications of Micronutritional Factors and Dietary Secondary Metabolite Compounds.

Abstract Source:

Molecules. 2020 Oct 30 ;25(21). Epub 2020 Oct 30. PMID: 33142997

Abstract Author(s):

Barnabas Oluwatomide Oyeyinka, Anthony Jide Afolayan

Article Affiliation:

Barnabas Oluwatomide Oyeyinka

Abstract:

Nutritional quality and the well-being of the body system are directly linked aspects of human survival. From the unborn foetus to adulthood, the need for sustainable access to micronutrient-rich foods is pertinent and the global consumption of banana and plantain fruits, in effect, contributes to the alleviation of the scourge of malnutrition. This review is particularly aimed at evaluating the pharmacological dimensions through the biological mechanisms offruits in the body, which represent correlations with their constituent micronutrient factors and dietary polyphenolic constituents such as minerals, vitamin members, anthocyanins, lutein,α-,β- carotenes, neoxanthins and cryptoxanthins, epi- and gallo catechins, catecholamines, 3-carboxycoumarin, β-sitosterol, monoterpenoids, with series of analytical approaches for the various identified compounds being highlighted therein. Derivative value-products from the compartments (flesh and peel) offruits are equally highlighted, bringing forth the biomedicinal and nutritional relevance, including the potentials ofspecies in dietary diversification approaches.

Study Type : Review
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Pharmacological Actions : Antioxidants : CK(14410) : AC(5758)

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