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E. Lydeking–Olsen

E. Lydeking–Olsen
optimum nutrition, denmark · research

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There is evidence that consumption of fish, especially oily fish, has substantial beneficial effects on health. In particular an inverse relationship of oily fish intake to coronary heart disease incidence has been established. These beneficial effects are ascribed to fish oil components including long chain ω-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. On the...
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Recommended daily intakes of vitamin B-12 vary between 2 and 6 microg. The objective was to examine the associations between vitamin B-12 intake and markers of vitamin B-12 deficiency. We studied 98 Danish postmenopausal women aged 41-75 y. Serum cobalamin, transcobalamin (TC) saturated with vitamin B-12 (holo-TC), TC saturation (holo-TC/total TC),...
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Given concerns over the use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), women are seeking natural alternatives to cope with the symptoms and effects of menopause. The bone sparing effects of soy protein and its isoflavones is well established in animal studies, while 5 previous human studies on soy and bone have yielded variable outcomes due in part to t...
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Osteoporosis and the associated low- energy fractures is a major public health problem, affecting 30% of the postmenopausal Caucasian population in the US, rising to 70% in the +80 year old. There is a large global variation in the age-adjusted incidence of hip fractures (HFI), ranging from <10 pr 100.000 py in China, New Guinea, Nigeria, Thailand...
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Impressive data from the many studies on cultured bone cells and rat models of postmenopausal osteoporosis support a significant bone-sparing effect of the soy isoflavones genistein and daidzein. Translating this research to the clinic has been more challenging, and thus far only a few clinical studies have attempted to tease out the influence of p...
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Equol [7-hydroxy-3-(4'-hydroxyphenyl)-chroman] is a nonsteroidal estrogen of the isoflavone class. It is exclusively a product of intestinal bacterial metabolism of dietary isoflavones and it possesses estrogenic activity, having affinity for both estrogen receptors, ERalpha and ERbeta. Equol is superior to all other isoflavones in its antioxidant...

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Method development Risk-Benefit of Foods, ILSI Europe task