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Drink to prevent: review on the cardioprotective mechanisms of alcohol and red wine polyphenols.
Semin Vasc Med 2004; 4(2):173-86SV

Abstract

Moderate alcohol consumption has convincingly been associated with decreased cardiovascular mortality in epidemiological studies and metaanalyses. This decreased mortality has been attributed to changes in lipid profiles, decreased coagulation, increased fibrinolysis, inhibition of platelets, increased nitric oxide, and antioxidant capacities of alcoholic beverages. Most of these laboratory and animal studies, as well as small intervention trials in human volunteers, have revealed many interesting mechanisms that contribute to the cardioprotective effects of alcohol, red wine, or red wine polyphenolic compounds. An update on putative mechanisms is presented in this review.

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Department of Internal Medicine, University Medical Center, Heidelberglaan, Utrecht, The Netherlands.No affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article
Review

Language

eng

PubMed ID

15478039

Citation

de Lange, Dylan W., and Albert van de Wiel. "Drink to Prevent: Review On the Cardioprotective Mechanisms of Alcohol and Red Wine Polyphenols." Seminars in Vascular Medicine, vol. 4, no. 2, 2004, pp. 173-86.
de Lange DW, van de Wiel A. Drink to prevent: review on the cardioprotective mechanisms of alcohol and red wine polyphenols. Semin Vasc Med. 2004;4(2):173-86.
de Lange, D. W., & van de Wiel, A. (2004). Drink to prevent: review on the cardioprotective mechanisms of alcohol and red wine polyphenols. Seminars in Vascular Medicine, 4(2), pp. 173-86.
de Lange DW, van de Wiel A. Drink to Prevent: Review On the Cardioprotective Mechanisms of Alcohol and Red Wine Polyphenols. Semin Vasc Med. 2004;4(2):173-86. PubMed PMID: 15478039.
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