Special Issue "Flavonoid Intake and Human Health"
A special issue of Nutrients (ISSN 2072-6643).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2018) | Viewed by 70969
Interests: health benefits of plant-derived chemicals; flavonoids and cognitive performance
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Interests: cognitive function; cognition; memory; executive function; type 2 diabetes; flavonoids; polyphenols; glycaemic index; glycaemic load; glucose
There is now a substantial body of literature that has investigated the potential benefits to health of acute and chronic flavonoid consumption. This Special Issue presents the leading evidence in the field, through a series of systematic reviews, original data sets, and commentaries focused on the following topics:
- Exploring the cognitive benefits of epicatechin consumption with a mechanistic cerebral blood flow perspective
- The interaction between acute flavonoid ingestion and acute exercise interventions for influencing polyphenolic gut peptides.
- The efficacy of dietary flavonoids for prevention and treatment of metabolic disorders such as type 2 diabetes
- An overview of the mechanistic complexities surrounding flavonoid intake and gut microbiota.
- The interplay and overlap between cardiovascular health and cerebrovascular health following systematic flavonoid consumption
- A detailed, critical review of the epidemiological evidence examining the link between dietary flavonoid consumption and chronic disease risk.
Prof. Claire Williams
Dr. Daniel Lamport
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- Cognitive performance
- Gut microbiota