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There is currently a shifting focus towards finding natural compounds that may prevent or treat cancer, due to the problems that exist with current chemotherapeutic regimens. The fruit of the Punica granatum pomegranate contains hundreds of phytochemicals and pomegranate extracts have recently been shown to exhibit antioxidant properties, thought to be due to the action of ellagic acid, the main polyphenol in pomegranate. In this mini review the effects of pomegranate extracts and ellagic acid on the proliferation of prostate cancer cells and their future potential are discussed. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable.

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Continue to access RSC content when you are not at your institution. Follow our step-by-step guide. Pomegranates are an excellent source of ellagic acid EA , ellagitannins ETs , anthocyanins and other phytochemicals.

This was a cross-over study with healthy volunteers consuming one dose of EA dietary supplement mg free EA vs. Plasma insulin at 1 h increased after PomJ consumption compared to the baseline while decreased after EA consumption compared to the baseline. Plasma glucose decreased below the baseline 2 h after the consumption of PomJ but not EA. Plasma leptin was significantly decreased at 1 and 2 h after PomJ and EA consumption.

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Benefits of ellagic acid from grapes and pomegranates against colorectal cancer

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We admire the authors of above paper for their valuable paper. In this article, it has been explained that in Iran, gastric and colorectal adenocarcinoma are the second and the fifth most common cancers respectively. It is then suggested to increase attention to prevention of colorectal cancer which is very important. On the other hand, almost all people consume fruits as the best and safest way to treatment and elimination of diseases.

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Continue to access RSC content when you are not at your institution. Follow our step-by-step guide. Pomegranates are an excellent source of ellagic acid EA , ellagitannins ETs , anthocyanins and other phytochemicals. This was a cross-over study with healthy volunteers consuming one dose of EA dietary supplement mg free EA vs. Plasma insulin at 1 h increased after PomJ consumption compared to the baseline while decreased after EA consumption compared to the baseline. Plasma glucose decreased below the baseline 2 h after the consumption of PomJ but not EA. Plasma leptin was significantly decreased at 1 and 2 h after PomJ and EA consumption.

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Ellagic Acid, Pomegranate and Prostate Cancer -- A Mini Review

A different experiment on rats showed that a single component from pomegranate, ellagic acid, was able to counteract the negative effect on semen quality. Bioguided fractionation suggested that gallic acid GA was Pg main active. Pomegranate peel increases type I procollagen synthesis, which was. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. I like this brand but thought this was organic. Chebulagic acid Chebulinic acid.

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