Antioxidant status and smoking habits relationship with diet

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Normality of continuous data was determined by Kolmogorov-Smirnov or Shapiro-Wilk normality test. The lower inter-individual variability in this group of diabetic patients might be because of the stricter control of their diet that diabetics are forced to follow.

However, in another trial, DHA supplementation given to a small number of smokers for only a few weeks, in a low dosage, without a control group did not show reduction in the number of smoked cigarettes during the treatment period [ 19 ].

Plasma and erythrocyte magnesium were measured by atomic absorption spectrometry Varian Spectra AAS. One further concern when drawing conclusions from studies on antioxidants is that our limited OSS parameters might not be the relevant biomarkers for the disease in question.

The effect of dietary treatment on lipid peroxidation and antioxidant status in newly diagnosed non-insulin dependent diabetes. Conclusions Our results add some aspects to clarify the importance of omega-3 intake in smoking behavior.

The clinical relevance of this possibility is illustrated by the results of a large survey of diabetic patients in which serum uric acid was independently associated with an increased presence of coronary heart disease Rathmann et al, The respondents quantified their consumption in terms of household measures to which standard weights were assigned.

In our sample of French men, smoking had an adverse effect on antioxidant status; vitamin intakes were reduced in smokers and plasma antioxidant indexes were altered independently of dietary intakes. So, the blood sample was collected early in the morning in fasting patients.

Fish consumption in grams per month was log transformed in order to minimize the impact of disruption of data normality assumptions.

Oxidative stress status in patients with diabetes mellitus: relationship to diet

Levels of oxidative damage products are only related to intakes of saturated fats and cholesterol and to levels of endogenous antioxidants. We conducted an adjusted comparison between smokers and nonsmokers using the analysis of covariance model ANCOVA including age, sex, education, body mass index BMIalcohol consumption and physical activity.

We detected an inverse trend, but not statistically significant, that is, the more the subject smoked, the lower was his or her omega-3 content. When a product is purified from foods and sold as in medicinal forms for health benefits it is called nutraceuticals.

Under this perspective fish oils and omega-3 are under research and several papers have been published demonstrating their efficacy in protecting cardiovascular system and thus reducing the risk of many cardiovascular diseases [ 31 ].

The effects of age and diet on antioxidant capacity have not investigated sufficiently up to date in Greece. A two tailed P value less than 0. Patients filled out the questionnaire considering a monthly food record frequency. KRC - Responsible for supervising the study conduction in Toronto and revising the draft of the article.

Availability of data and materials The dataset supporting the conclusions of this article are available in the Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul www. Some limitations to our study should be noted.

At the end of the month a second blood sample was collected 2nd blood collection. This finding is consistent with the higher concentrations of RBC omega-3 detected in non-smokers as the amounts of EPA and DHA in salmon are recognized to be very high.

In this group of patients, with again no excessively high levels of HbA1C, we could not confirm any direct relationship between OSS and degree of glycaemic control or BMI. Indeed, dietary measures targeting fat intake and fatty acid composition have proved to be effective in both primary and secondary prevention of atherosclerosis Hjermann et al, ; de Lorgeril et al, However, the long-term impact of either of these approaches is still controversial.

We observed that non-smokers consumed significantly more salmon than smokers, a difference not seen in the intake of other fish species here studied.Relationship between dietary intake, antioxidant status and smoking habits in female Austrian smokersCited by: The present study was designed to investigate teh relationship between smoking and antioxidant nutriennt intake and status.

Diet, Antioxidant Status, And Smoking Habits In French Men

Smoker (n 44) and non-smoker (n 44) male students attending Dhake University, aged between 22 and 28 years and living in a University Hall of Residence, were selected for the present by:  · In our sample of French men, smoking had an adverse effect on antioxidant status; vitamin intakes were reduced in smokers and plasma antioxidant indexes were altered independently of dietary intakes.

As in other countries, in France smokers require particular attention in terms of public health by: Original Article Singapore Med J ; 50(6): Antioxidant status and smoking habits: relationship with diet Jain A, Agrawal B K, Varma M, Jadhav A A.

Diet, antioxidant status, and smoking habits in French men Karine Marangon, Bernard Herbeth, Edith Lecomte, Agnes Paul-Dauphin, Pascal Grolier, Yves Chancerelle, Yves Artur, and Gérard Siest. We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor advertising.

Antioxidant status and smoking habits relationship with diet
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