Special Issue "Polyphenolic Compounds in Wine and Beer"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2020.
Interests: biochemistry; food science; oxidative stress-related diseases; natural antioxidants; polyphenols
Oxidative stress is involved in the pathology of many human diseases, such as atherosclerosis, diabetes, ageing, cancer, and neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases. Dietary antioxidants may offer protection against oxidative stress and counteract the onset and development of pathological conditions. Among dietary antioxidants, polyphenolic compounds are by far the most abundant in most human diets, being largely present in fruit and vegetables. Evidence from epidemiological studies suggest that the long-term consumption of polyphenol-rich foods afford protection against the development of cardiovascular and degenerative diseases, cancer, and diabetes. For individuals regularly consuming wine, beer, coffee, and tea, these beverages represent the main sources of dietary polyphenols. Polyphenol compounds from beer and wine are quickly absorbed and metabolized in humans. Moderate beer and wine consumption has been reported to exert a protective effect on human health, especially on cardiovascular risk factors.
This Special Issue aims to present manuscripts that cover the polyphenolic composition of wine and beer, with special emphasis on extractive and analytical aspects. Furthermore, particular interest will be given to the role of technological processes on the nutritional quality and polyphenol composition of wine and beers. Research studies and reviews dealing with the effects of wine and beer polyphenols in humans and in animal models are also welcome.
Dr. Mirella Nardini
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- oxidative stress
- antioxidant activity