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The National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology (INIA) is an autonomous Public Research Organisation (OPI) of the State Secretariat of Research, Development and Innovation of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. It's the only public research organisation of the National State Administration exclusively dedicated to agrifood and forestry research. INIA's mission, in coordination with the equivalent institutions of the Autonomous Regions is to contribute to continuous and sustainable progress through development [...]

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Journal Article

Blood transport and genomic effects of olive oil components  [2004]

Muriana, F.J.G.; Pacheco, Y.M.; Bermúdez, B.; López, S.; et al.

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Epidemiological studies suggest that consuming diets rich in (extra virgin) olive oil is associated with a low incidence of chronic disease, including cardiovascular disease and cancer. Recent evidence has emerged which implicates raised concentrations of plasma triglycerides in the pathogenesis of coronary artery disease (CAD). It has been demonstrated that olive oil contributes to modulate metabolic processes related to secretion and transport of triglycerides. Intestinal triglyceride-rich lipoproteins from olive oil are very efficiently cleared during postprandial metabolism compared to other oils. Then, there is a massive interaction of nascent and remnant triglyceride-rich lipoproteins, as well as lipid metabolites and fat-soluble components, with hepatic and non-hepatic tissues. A diet-related response involves a multitude of gene products, including proteins implicated in lipid synthesis, oxidation and cell differentiation. Particularly, it has been reported a health beneficial effect of several components from (extra virgin) olive oil (fatty acids and minor compounds), which are functioning as regulators of gene transcription . This review reaffirm that a diet rich in extra virgin olive oil is of vital importance in the prevention of cardiovascular and other diseases.
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Grasas y Aceites (España)
ISSN : 0017-3495

Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Bibliography
In AGRIS since:
2005
Start Page:
11
End Page:
23
Publisher:
CSIC, IG
All titles:
"Blood transport and genomic effects of olive oil components"@eng
Other:
"Sumarios (En, Es)"
"2 tablas, 1 gráf.; 96 ref."
"Recibido en el Centro de Entrada de Datos en Dic de 2004"
"Human nutritional properties of olive oil, Muriana, F.J.G.López, A.Garrido, A..- Sevilla (España): CSIC, IG, 2004.- p. 11-23"
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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Bibliography
In AGRIS since:
2005
Start Page:
11
End Page:
23
Publisher:
CSIC, IG
All titles:
"Blood transport and genomic effects of olive oil components"@eng
Other:
"Sumarios (En, Es)"
"2 tablas, 1 gráf.; 96 ref."
"Recibido en el Centro de Entrada de Datos en Dic de 2004"
"Human nutritional properties of olive oil, Muriana, F.J.G.López, A.Garrido, A..- Sevilla (España): CSIC, IG, 2004.- p. 11-23"