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Polyphenol compounds and their relationship: Part I. Cardiovascular diseases, Part II. Tumorous diseases



Polyphenol compounds and their relationship: Part I. Cardiovascular diseases, Part II. Tumorous diseases



Slovensky Veterinarsky Casopis 31(2): 107-112



Flavonoids belong among the polyphenolic compounds occurring in vegetables and fruits. It is probable that due to their antioxidant effects, they are able to influence a lot of physiopathological processes. Based upon the numerous experimental as well as epidemiological studies, it can be stated that an increased intake of natural antioxidants could participate in a decrease of the risk of chronic disease genesis, such as diseases of cardiovascular system or tumorous diseases.

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