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  1. Vitamin Nutritional Status in Patients with Pancreatic Cancer: A Narrative Review
  2. Micronutrients and Plant Food Bioactive Compounds Against Obesity Related Diseases
  3. Total and Plant Protein Consumption: The Role of Inflammation and Risk of Non-Communicable Disease
  4. Osteosarcopenia: A Narrative Review on Clinical Studies
  5. Does Plant Breeding for Antioxidant-Rich Foods Have an Impact on Human Health?
  6. A Brief Review on Vitamin B12 Deficiency Looking at Some Case Study Reports in Adults
  7. Flavonoids as potential anti-platelet aggregation agents
  8. Comparison of barriers and facilitators of MIND diet uptake among adults from Northern Ireland and Italy
  9. Evaluation of adherence to the Mediterranean diet and its association with clinical and biological markers in an Italian population
  10. Myricetin bioactive effects: moving from preclinical evidence to potential clinical applications
  11. Lifestyle, Oxidative Stress, and Antioxidants: Back and Forth in the Pathophysiology of Chronic Diseases
  12. Homocysteine: Its Possible Emerging Role in At-Risk Population Groups
  13. Plant-Derived Bioactives and Oxidative Stress-Related Disorders: A Key Trend towards Healthy Aging and Longevity Promotion
  14. Symphytum Species: A Comprehensive Review on Chemical Composition, Food Applications and Phytopharmacology
  15. S. Giovanni Varieties (Pyrus communis L.): Antioxidant Properties and Phytochemical Characteristics
  16. Allicin and health: A comprehensive review
  17. The Therapeutic Potential of Apigenin
  18. Genetic Polymorphisms and Zinc Status: Implications for Supplementation in Metabolic Diseases
  19. How do energy balance-related behaviors cluster in adolescents?
  20. Diet as a moderator in the association of sedentary behaviors with inflammatory biomarkers among adolescents in the HELENA study
  21. Do dietary patterns determine levels of vitamin B 6 , folate, and vitamin B 12 intake and corresponding biomarkers in European adolescents? The Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence (HELENA) study
  22. The health-nutrition dimension: a methodological approach to assess the nutritional sustainability of typical agro-food products and the Mediterranean diet
  23. Correlates of ideal cardiovascular health in European adolescents: The HELENA study
  24. Inflammation in metabolically healthy and metabolically abnormal adolescents: The HELENA study
  25. Ideal cardiovascular health and inflammation in European adolescents: The HELENA study
  26. Fruit and vegetables consumption is associated with higher vitamin intake and blood vitamin status among European adolescents
  27. Applications of Antioxidants in Ameliorating Drugs and Xenobiotics Toxicity: Mechanistic Approach
  28. Effect of Red Orange Juice Consumption on Body Composition and Nutritional Status in Overweight/Obese Female: A Pilot Study
  29. Antiobesity Effects of Anthocyanins in Preclinical and Clinical Studies
  30. Antioxidant Phytochemicals at the Pharma-Nutrition Interface
  31. Erratum to: Foods contributing to vitamin B6, folate, and vitamin B12 intakes and biomarkers status in European adolescents: The HELENA study
  32. Improvement of the nutraceutical quality of broccoli sprouts by elicitation
  33. The Potential Health Benefits of Polyphenol-Rich Extracts fromCichorium intybusL. Studied on Caco-2 Cells Model
  34. Physical Activity Is Associated with Attention Capacity in Adolescents
  35. Nutritional characterization of traditional and improved dihé, alimentary blue-green algae from the lake Chad region in Africa
  36. Dietary animal and plant protein intakes and their associations with obesity and cardio-metabolic indicators in European adolescents: the HELENA cross-sectional study
  37. Associations between macronutrient intake and serum lipid profile depend on body fat in European adolescents: the Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence (HELENA) study
  38. Mechanisms of stress, energy homeostasis and insulin resistance in European adolescents – the HELENA study
  39. Self-reported sleep duration, white blood cell counts and cytokine profiles in European adolescents: the HELENA study
  40. Inflammation profile in overweight/obese adolescents in Europe: an analysis in relation to iron status
  41. Beer and lettuce consumption in humans
  42. Nutritional characterisation and bioactive components of commercial carobs flours
  43. Health Inequalities in Urban Adolescents: Role of Physical Activity, Diet, and Genetics
  44. Effects of consumption of whole grain foods rich in lignans in healthy postmenopausal women with moderate serum cholesterol: a pilot study
  45. Vitamin C supplementation modulates gene expression in peripheral blood mononuclear cells specifically upon an inflammatory stimulus: a pilot study in healthy subjects
  46. Physical activity, sedentary time, and liver enzymes in adolescents: the HELENA study
  47. The role of dietary fat on the association between dietary amino acids and serum lipid profile in European adolescents participating in the HELENA Study
  48. Antioxidant effect of zinc supplementation on both plasma and cellular red-ox status markers in a group of elderly Italian population
  49. More Physically Active and Leaner Adolescents Have Higher Energy Intake
  50. Seasonal variation in physical activity and sedentary time in different European regions. The HELENA study
  51. Lunch at school, at home or elsewhere. Where do adolescents usually get it and what do they eat? Results of the HELENA Study
  52. Clustering of Multiple Lifestyle Behaviors and Health-related Fitness in European Adolescents
  53. Phenols, lignans and antioxidant properties of legume and sweet chestnut flours
  54. Association of breakfast consumption with objectively measured and self-reported physical activity, sedentary time and physical fitness in European adolescents: the HELENA (Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence) Study
  55. Is dairy consumption associated with low cardiovascular disease risk in European adolescents? Results from the HELENA Study
  56. Antioxidant Properties of Seeds from Lines of Artichoke, Cultivated Cardoon and Wild Cardoon
  57. Cardiorespiratory fitness in males, and upper limbs muscular strength in females, are positively related with 25-hydroxyvitamin D plasma concentrations in European adolescents: the HELENA study
  58. Italian Wild Rocket [Diplotaxis Tenuifolia (L.) DC.]: Influence of Agricultural Practices on Antioxidant Molecules and on Cytotoxicity and Antiproliferative Effects
  59. Antioxidants in Italian Head Lettuce (Lactuca sativavar.capitata L.) Grown in Organic and Conventional Systems under Greenhouse Conditions
  60. Physical activity attenuates the negative effect of low birth weight on leptin levels in European adolescents; The HELENA study
  61. Association between self-reported sleep duration and dietary quality in European adolescents
  62. Effect of Cooking on Lignans Content in Whole-Grain Pasta Made with Different Cereals and Other Seeds
  63. Intake and serum profile of fatty acids are weakly correlated with global dietary quality in European adolescents
  64. Factors Associated with Vitamin D Deficiency in European Adolescents: The HELENA Study
  65. Food Consumption and Screen-Based Sedentary Behaviors in European Adolescents
  66. Active relatives and health-related physical fitness in European adolescents: The HELENA Study
  67. Eating behaviour, insulin resistance and cluster of metabolic risk factors in European adolescents. The HELENA Study
  68. Fatty acid content of serum lipid fractions and blood lipids in normolipidaemic volunteers fed two types of cheese having different fat compositions: a pilot study
  69. Can differences in physical activity by socio-economic status in European adolescents be explained by differences in psychosocial correlates? A mediation analysis within the HELENA (Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence) Study
  70. Objectively-measured and self-reported physical activity and fitness in relation to inflammatory markers in European adolescents: The HELENA Study
  71. Dietary fatty acid intake, its food sources and determinants in European adolescents: the HELENA (Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence) Study
  72. Physical activity does not attenuate the obesity risk of TV viewing in youth
  73. Vitamin D status and physical activity interact to improve bone mass in adolescents. The HELENA Study
  74. Cardiorespiratory fitness and dietary intake in European adolescents: the Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence study
  75. Mediterranean Diet Effect: an Italian picture
  76. European adolescents’ level of perceived stress is inversely related to their diet quality: the Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence study
  77. Beverage consumption among European adolescents in the HELENA study
  78. Reliability and validity of the Adolescent Stress Questionnaire in a sample of European adolescents - the HELENA study
  79. Food intake of European adolescents in the light of different food-based dietary guidelines: results of the HELENA (Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence) Study
  80. Effect of acute consumption of strawberry jam on glycaemic status in both non-complicated and type 2 diabetic obese volunteers: a pilot study
  81. Vitamin D status among adolescents in Europe: the Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence study
  82. Antioxidant Vitamin Status (A, E, C, and Beta-Carotene) in European Adolescents - The HELENA Study
  83. Associations of birth weight with serum long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in adolescents; the HELENA study
  84. Levels of Physical Activity That Predict Optimal Bone Mass in Adolescents
  85. Differential effect of cheese fatty acid composition on blood lipid profile and redox status in normolipidemic volunteers: a pilot study
  86. Reliability and validity of a screen time-based sedentary behaviour questionnaire for adolescents: The HELENA study
  87. Evaluation of iron status in European adolescents through biochemical iron indicators: the HELENA Study
  88. Influence of different crop management practices on the nutritional properties and benefits of tomato -Lycopersicon esculentum cv Perfectpeel-
  89. Adolescent’s physical activity levels and relatives’ physical activity engagement and encouragement: the HELENA study
  90. Bioavailability of strawberry antioxidants in human subjects
  91. Self-reported physical activity in European adolescents: results from the HELENA (Healthy Lifestyle in Europe by Nutrition in Adolescence) study
  92. Absorption of strawberry phytochemicals and antioxidant status changes in humans
  93. Antioxidant properties of raw and cooked spears of green asparagus cultivars
  94. Antioxidant activity of blueberry fruit is impaired by association with milk
  95. Reliability and validity of a healthy diet determinants questionnaire for adolescents
  96. Assessment of the Nutritional Values of Genetically Modified Wheat, Corn, and Tomato Crops
  97. Effect of zinc supplementation on vitamin status of middle-aged and older European adults: the ZENITH study
  98. Absorption and metabolism of bioactive molecules after oral consumption of cooked edible heads ofCynara scolymusL. (cultivar Violetto di Provenza) in human subjects: a pilot study
  99. Changes in Antioxidant Content of Tomato Fruits in Response to Cultivar and Nutrient Solution Composition
  100. Estimation of intake and status of vitamin A, vitamin E and folate in older European adults: the ZENITH
  101. Screening and recruitment procedure of late-middle aged and older subjects: the ZENITH study
  102. Effect of domestic cooking on human bioavailability of naringenin, chlorogenic acid, lycopene and ?-carotene in cherry tomatoes
  103. Effect of acute ingestion of fresh and stored lettuce (Lactuca sativa) on plasma total antioxidant capacity and antioxidant levels in human subjects
  104. On-line EPR study of free radicals induced by peroxidase/H2O2 in human low-density lipoprotein
  105. Accumulation and interactions of β-carotene and α-tocopherol in patients with adenomatous polyps
  106. High-Performance Liquid Chromatography with Coulometric Electrode Array Detector for the Determination of Quercetin Levels in Cells of the Immune System
  107. Plasma (carotenoids, retinol, α-tocopherol) and tissue (carotenoids) levels after supplementation with β-carotene in subjects with precancerous and cancerous lesions of sigmoid colon
  108. Application of a new high-performance liquid chromatographic method for measuring selected polyphenols in human plasma
  109. Dietary profiles and anti-oxidants in a rural population of central Italy with a low frequency of cancer
  110. A fluorescence-based method for measuring total plasma antioxidant capability
  111. Accumulation of β‐carotene in normal colorectal mucosa and colonic neoplastic lesions in humans
  112. Determinants of Nutritional Status in Hospital Patients in Italy