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>Revistas >Gaceta Médica de México >Año 2018, No. 1


Oviedo-Solís CI, Cornejo-Manzo S, Murillo-Ortiz BO, Guzmán-Barrón MM, Ramírez-Emiliano J
Los polifenoles de la fresa disminuyen el estrés oxidativo en enfermedades crónicas
Gac Med Mex 2018; 154 (1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 61
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RESUMEN

El consumo de dietas hipercalóricas conlleva al aumento de ácidos grasos libres (AGL), citocinas proinflamatorias y producción de especies reactivas de oxígeno y de nitrógeno. Estas alteraciones inducen estrés oxidativo y nitrosativo que daña a los tejidos causando disfunción de los mismos y en consecuencia se pueden desarrollar enfermedades crónicas. Por lo tanto, es importante disminuir el estrés oxidativo y con ello prevenir el desarrollo de estas enfermedades. La fresa es un fruto rico en vitamina C y polifenoles, compuestos con excelentes propiedades antioxidantes, por lo que puede ser una opción para la disminución del estrés oxidativo y por lo tanto, para prevenir el desarrollo de algunas enfermedades. Los estudios realizados in vitro, en modelos animales y estudios clínicos sustentan que la fresa puede ser una buena alternativa para disminuir el estrés oxidativo y así atenuar y/o prevenir el desarrollo de enfermedades en el humano.


Palabras clave: Dieta hipercalórica, Obesidad, Estrés oxidativo, Fresa, Polifenoles.


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