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: Effect of dietary supplements of guar gum and cellulose on intestinal cell proliferation, enzyme levels and sugar transport in the rat . Br. J. Nutr. 52, 477 – 487 ( 1984 ) 10.1079/BJN19840115 13. Kaur J , Madan S , Hamid A , Singla A

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for diabetes mellitus for a long time, in most cases their effectiveness has not yet been proven by any valid research [ 5 ]. Recent decades have seen a rapid rise in reports indicating that botanical dietary supplements can help and prevent disease

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degree of nutritional consciousness, such as questions about grocery shopping habits, number of meals consumed per day, dietary supplement use, calculation of calorie and/or nutrient intake, eating out (frequency and types of restaurants visited), and

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. 1 - 21 . Kuster-Boluda , I. & Vidal-Capilla , I. ( 2017 ): Consumer attitudes in the election of functional foods. Span . J. Mark.-ESIC , 21 , 65 - 79 . Mullin , G. & Delzenne , N.M. ( 2017 ): Functional foods and dietary supplements

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microglial cells [ 3 ]. In addition, 8-epiisolipidiol-3- O - β -glucopyranoside and ixerin F were proven to be useful to prevent and to treat xerostomia [ 4 ]. In our continuing project to develop the roots of I. dentata as a dietary supplement, it is

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wavelength spectrophotometry [ 5 ], ultraviolet (UV) chemometrics [ 6 ], and by using fluorescence detector [ 7 ]. One application note from Waters Inc. for screening of herbal/dietary supplements [ 8 ] and a review paper describing review of analytical

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Biologia Futura
Authors: Gergely Sámuel Bartha, Gergő Tóth, Péter Horváth, Eszter Kiss, Nóra Papp, and Monika Kerényi

. R. , Sullivan , D. ( 2007 ) Determination of aristolochic acid I in botanicals and dietary supplements potentially contaminated with aristolochic acid I using LC-UV with confirmation by LC/MS: collaborative study . J. AOAC Int. 90 , 925 – 933

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Authors: György Jermendy, Márton Kolossváry, Ibolya Dudás, Ádám L. Jermendy, Alexisz Panajotu, Imre F. Suhai, Zsófia D. Drobni, Júlia Karády, Ádám D. Tárnoki, Dávid L. Tárnoki, Szilard Voros, Béla Merkely, and Pál Maurovich-Horvat

suggests that the development of NAFLD is predominantly influenced by environmental factors, the importance of lifestyle changes (including healthy diet, medical nutrition therapy, nutraceutical/dietary supplements, regular physical activity or behavioral

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analysemetoder , 2009 . 15. AOAC Guidelines for Single Laboratory Validation of Chemical Methods for Dietary Supplements and Botanicals ; Association of Official Analytical Chemists : Arlington , 2002 , pp. 1–38. 16. Guidance for standard method performance

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their working mechanisms [ 7 ]. Flavonoids are thought to be biologically active natural products present in a variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, and other dietary supplements [ 8 – 10 ]; flavonoids have attracted substantial attention because of

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