J A Vinson
Affiliation: University of Scranton
- Determination of quantity and quality of polyphenol antioxidants in foods and beveragesJ A Vinson
Department of Chemistry, University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18510, USA
Methods Enzymol 335:103-14. 2001..Supplementation and epidemiology studies can utilize the rapid and inexpensive affinity column isolation method of lower density lipoproteins for the determination of lipoprotein oxidative susceptibility...
- Phenol antioxidant quantity and quality in foods: fruitsJ A Vinson
Department of Chemistry, University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18510 4626, USA
J Agric Food Chem 49:5315-21. 2001..The average per capita consumption of fruit phenols in the U.S. is estimated to be 255 mg/day of catechin equivalents...
- Black and green tea and heart disease: a reviewJ A Vinson
Department of Chemistry, University of Scranton, PA 18510, USA
Biofactors 13:127-32. 2000..The comparative benefits of green vs. black tea will be considered. Articles published through December, 1999 will be included...
- Dried fruits: excellent in vitro and in vivo antioxidantsJoe A Vinson
Chemistry Department, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA 18510, USA
J Am Coll Nutr 24:44-50. 2005....
- Beneficial effects of a novel IH636 grape seed proanthocyanidin extract and a niacin-bound chromium in a hamster atherosclerosis modelJ A Vinson
Department of Chemistry, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA 18510 4626, USA
Mol Cell Biochem 240:99-103. 2002..This data demonstrates that GSPE and NBC may provide significant health benefits by dramatically ameliorating the incidence of atherosclerosis as demonstrated by reducing the formation of foam cells...
- Polyphenol antioxidants in citrus juices: in vitro and in vivo studies relevant to heart diseaseJoe A Vinson
Department of Chemistry, University of Scranton, PA 18510 4626, USA
Adv Exp Med Biol 505:113-22. 2002..Ascorbic acid alone in the dose provided by the juices was found to have the same effect on atherosclerosis. However, the polyphenols in the citrus..
- Effect of green and black tea supplementation on lipids, lipid oxidation and fibrinogen in the hamster: mechanisms for the epidemiological benefits of tea drinkingJ A Vinson
Chemistry Department, University of Scranton, PA 18510, USA
FEBS Lett 433:44-6. 1998..These results show in the hamster model that black and green tea improve the risk factors for heart disease by both hypolipemic and antioxidant mechanisms and possibly a fibrinolytic effect...
- Red wine, dealcoholized red wine, and especially grape juice, inhibit atherosclerosis in a hamster modelJ A Vinson
Department of Chemistry, University of Scranton, Linden and Monroe Streets, 18510-4626, Scranton, PA, USA
Atherosclerosis 156:67-72. 2001..Grape juice or non-alcoholic red wine are an excellent alternative to red wine in this model of atherosclerosis...
- Effect of Aloe vera preparations on the human bioavailability of vitamins C and EJ A Vinson
Department of Chemistry, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, 18510 4626, USA
Phytomedicine 12:760-5. 2005..The absorption is slower and the vitamins last longer in the plasma with the Aloes. Aloe is the only known supplement to increase the absorption of both of these vitamins and should be considered as a complement to them...
- Effects of cocoa powder and dark chocolate on LDL oxidative susceptibility and prostaglandin concentrations in humansY Wan
Graduate Program in Nutrition, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA
Am J Clin Nutr 74:596-602. 2001....