Month: September 2017

Gene expression changes in mononuclear cells in patients with metabolic syndrome after acute intake of phenol-rich virgin olive oil

Entry #: 15 Date: 24 September 2017 Section: High phenol olive oil and microarray Topic: High phenol olive oil and gene expression changes Type: Human metabolic syndrome trial Download PDF OliveNetTM Journal Club Expert review of literature related to olives and olive oil D. Elizabeth McCord, Nancy B. Ray and Tom C. Karagiannis Title Gene… Read more »

Antioxidant effects of a hydroxytyrosol-based pharmaceutical formulation on body composition, metabolic state, and gene expression: A randomized double-blinded, placebo-controlled crossover trial

Entry #: 14 Date: 23 September 2017 Section: Phenolic Compounds Topic: Hydroxytyrosol in human volunteers Type: Human volunteer trial Download PDF OliveNetTMJournal Club Expert review of literature related to olives and olive oil D. Elizabeth McCord, Nancy B. Ray and Tom C. Karagiannis Title Antioxidant effects of a hydroxytyrosol-based pharmaceutical formulation on body composition, metabolic… Read more »

A comparison of alkaline water and Mediterranean diet vs proton pump inhibition for treatment of laryngopharyngeal reflux

Entry #: 13 Date: 20 September 2017 Section: Laryngopharyngeal reflux Topic: Mediterranean diet and reflux Type: Human volunteer trial Download PDF OliveNetTM Journal Club Expert review of literature related to olives and olive oil D. Elizabeth McCord, Nancy B. Ray and Tom C. Karagiannis Title A comparison of alkaline water and Mediterranean diet vs proton… Read more »

High adherence to the Mediterranean diet is associated with cardiovascular protection in higher but not in lower socioeconomic groups: prospective findings from the Moli-sani study

Entry #: 12 Date: 20 September 2017 Section: Mediterranean diet Topic: Socioeconomic Type: Human volunteer trial Download PDF OliveNetTM Journal Club Expert review of literature related to olives and olive oil D. Elizabeth McCord, Nancy B. Ray and Tom C. Karagiannis Title High adherence to the Mediterranean diet is associated with cardiovascular protection in higher… Read more »

Adherence to the Mediterranean diet is associated with the gut microbiota pattern and gastrointestinal characteristics in an adult population

Entry #: 11 Date: 18 September 2017 Section: Mediterranean diet Topic: Gut microbiota Type: Human volunteer trial Download PDF OliveNetTM Journal Club Expert review of literature related to olives and olive oil D. Elizabeth McCord, Nancy B. Ray and Tom C. Karagiannis Title Adherence to the Mediterranean diet is associated with the gut microbiota pattern… Read more »