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Analysis of trichome morphology and density in Salvia nemorosa L. (Lamiaceae) of Iran

Journal of Botany, 34: 31–45. W erker E., R avid U., P utievsky E., 1985b: Glandular hairs and their secretion in the vegetative and reproductive organs of Sal v ia sclarea and Salvia dominica . – Israel Journal of Botany, 34: 239–252. Z engin G., S arikurkcu C., A ktumsek A., C eylon R., 2014: Sideritis galatica Bornm.: A source of multifunctional agents for the management of oxidative damage, Alzheimer ’s and diabetes mellitus. – Journal of Functional Foods, 11: 538–547.

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Vitamīnu satura izmaiņas pilngraudu rudzu maizes ražošanā / Changes in Vitamin Content during the Whole Grain Rye Bread Processing

-oxidative potential of breads in dependence on recipees and baking procedure. In Proceedings of 4th International Congress “Flour - Bread ‘07” (pp. 50-57). Osijek, Croatia. 14. Liu, S., Manson, J.A., Stampfer, M., Hu, F., Giovannucci, E., Colditz, G., ... Willett, W. (2000). A prospective study of whole-grain intake and risk of type-2 diabetes mellitus in women. American Journal of Public Health , 90, 1409-1415. 15. Liukkonen, K.H., Katina, K., Wilhelmsson, A., Myllymaki, O., Lampi, A.M., Kariluoto, S., ... Poutanen, K. (2003). Process

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Effect of Red Wine Consumption on Serum Oxidation and Adiponectin Levels in Overweight and Healthy Individuals

, 2002, 18, 430-432. 6. DeRijke Y.B.,. Demacker P.N.M., Assen N.A., Sloots L.M., Katan M.B., Stalenhoef A.F.H., Red wine consumption does not affect oxidizability of low density lipoproteins in volunteers. Am. J. Clin. Nutr., 1996, 63, 329-334. 7. Dullaart R.P., de Vries R., Sluiter W.J., Voorbij H.A., High plasma C-reactive protein (CRP) is related to low paraoxonase-I (PONI) activity independently of high leptin and low adiponectin in type 2 diabetes mellitus. Clin. Endocrinol., 2009, 70, 221-226. 8. Egert S., Bosy

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Coffee Consumption and Cardiovascular Diseases – Has the Time Come to Change Dietary Advice? A Mini Review

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Evaluation of High Fibers Okara and Soybean Bran as Functional Supplements for Mice with Experimentally Induced Type 2 Diabetes

Chemistry (ed. V.K. Tiwari). Research Signpost, Kerala, India, pp. 367–383. 4. Amer N., Effects of soybean seed on glucose levels, lipid profiles and histological structures of the liver in alloxan–induced diabetic albino rats. Tikrit J. Pure Sci., 2012, 17, 1–5. 5. Anderson J.W., Ward K., High–carbohydrate, high–fiber diets for insulin–treated men with diabetes mellitus. Am. J. Clin. Nutr., 1979, 32, 2312–2321. 6. Bardini G., Rotella C.M., Giannini S., Dyslipidemia and diabetes: reciprocal impact of impaired lipid metabolism and Beta–cell dysfunction on

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Effects of Silybum marianum Extract on High-Fat Diet Induced Metabolic Disorders in Rats

., Silymarin increases antioxidant enzymes in alloxan-induced diabetes mellitus in the rat pancreas. Comp Biochem Physiol. C Toxicol. Pharmacol., 2003, 136, 205–212. 51. Soto C., Mena R., Luna J., Cerbón M., Larrieta E., Vital P., Uría E., Sánchez M., Recoba R., Barrón H., Favari L., Lara A., Silymarin induces recovery of pancreatic function after alloxan damage in rats. Life Sci., 2004, 75, 2167–2180. 52. Tanaka S., Hayashi T., Toyoda T., High-fat diet impairs the effects of a single bout of endurance exercise on glucose transport and insulin sensitivity in rat

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Potential Health Benefits of Bread Supplemented with Defatted Flaxseeds under Dietary Regimen in Normal and Type 2 Diabetic Subjects

profile of hyperlipidemic rats. Pol. J. Food Nutr. Sci., 2005, 55, 431-436. Oomah B. D., Mazza G., Bioactive components of flaxseed: occurrence and health benefits. 2000, in : Phytochemicals and Phytopharmaceuticals (eds. F. Shahidi, C. T. Ho). AOCS Press, Champaign, IL., p. 105. Palanduz S., Ademoglu E., Gokkusu C., Plasma antioxidants and type 2 diabetes mellitus. Res. Commun. Mol. Pathol. Pharmacol., 2001, 109, 309-318. Pegklidou K., Nicolaou I., Demopoulos V. J., Nutritional overview on

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Dietary Habits and Nutritional Status of Female Adolescents from the Great Poland Region

functional measurements as predictors of obesity in a selected group of adolescents. Eur. J. Nutr., 2006, 45, 136-143. Wei M., Gaskill S. P., Haffner S. M., Stern M. P., Waist circumference as the best predictor of noninsulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) compared to body mass index, waist / hip ratio and other anthropometric measurements in Mexican Americans - a 7 - year prospective study. Obes. Res., 1997, 5, 16-23 WHO, World Health Organization, The health of young people: a challenge and a promise. Geneva, WHO

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Intake and Profile of Plant Polyphenols in the Diet of the Czech Population

M.J., Daily polyphenol intake in France from fruit and vegetables. J. Nutr., 2006, 136, 2368–2373. 5. Carter P., Gray L.J., Troughton J., Khunti K., Davies M.J., Fruit and vegetable intake and incidence of type 2 diabetes mellitus: systematic review and meta-analysis. Brit. Med. J., 2010, 341, 10.1136/bmj.c4229. 6. Chong M.F.F., Macdonald R., Lovegrove J.A., Fruit polyphenols and CVD risk: a review of human intervention studies. Brit. J. Nutr., 2010, 104, S28-S39. 7. Correa V.G., Tureck C., Locateli G., Peralta R.M., Koehnlein EA.A., Estimate of

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A Comprehensive Study on Antioxidant Properties of Crude Extracts from Fruits of Berberis vulgaris L., Cornus mas L. and Mahonia aquifolium Nutt.

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