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Research Documents: Human Nutrition

  • Rawel, H.M.; Kulling, S.E. Nutritional contribution of coffee, cacao and tea phenolics to human health. Journal Verbr. Lenensm., vol. 2 , p. 399-406, 2007.

  • Paolino, V.J.; Kashket, S. Inhibition by cocoa extracts of biosynthesis of extracellular polysaccharide by human oral bacteria. Archives of Oral Biology, vol. 30, p. 359-363, 1985.

  • Cho, E.S.; Lee, K.W.; Lee, H.J. Cocoa procyanidins protect PC12 cells from hydrogen-peroxide-induced apoptosis by inhibiting activation of p38 MAPK and JNK. Mutation Research, vol. 640, p. 151-130, 2008.

  • Ruzaidi, A.M.M.; Abbe, M.M.J.; Amin, I.; Nawalyah, A.G.; Amin, I. Protective effect of polyphenol-rich extract prepared from Malaysian cocoa (Theobroma cacao) on glucose levels and lipid profiles in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. J. Science Food Agriculture, vol. 88, p. 1442-1447, 2008.

  • Campia, U.; Panza, J.A. Flavanol-rich cocoa a promising new dietary intervention to reduce cardiovascular risk in type 2 diabetes? Journal of the American College of Cardiology, vol. 51, p. 2150-2, 2008.

  • Bisson, J-F.; Nejdi, A.; Rozan, P.; Hidalgo, S.; Lalonde, R.; Messaoudi, M. Effects of long-term administration of a cocoa polyphenolic extract (Acticoa powder) on cognitive performances in aged rats. British journal of Nutrition, vol. 100, p.94-101, 2008.

  • Balzer, J.; Rassaf, T.; Heiss, C.; Kleinbongard, P.; Lauer, T.; Merx, M.; Heussen, N.; Gross, H.B.; Keen, C.L.; Schroeter, H.; Kelm, M. Sustained benefits in vascular function through flavanol-containing cocoa in medicated diabetic patients a double-masked, randomized, controlled trial. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, vol. 51, p. 2141-9, 2008.

  • Bahadorani, S.; Hilliker, A.J. Cocoa confers life span extension in Drosophila melanogaster. Nutrition Research, vol. 28, p. 377-382, 2008.

  • Angeles-Castellanos, M.; Salgado-Delgado, R.; Rodriguez, K.; Buijs, R.; Escobar, C. Expectancy for food or expectancy for chocolate reveals timing systems for metabolism and reward. Neuroscience, vol. 155, p. 297-307, 2008.

  • Schnorr, O.; Brossette, T.; Momma, T.Y.; Kleinbongard, P.; Keen, C.L.; Schroeter, H.; Sies, H. Cocoa flavanols lower vascular arginase activity in human endothelial cells in vitro and in erythrocytes in vivo.| Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, vol. 476, p. 211-215, 2008.

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