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“…Since the aforementioned studies M A N U S C R I P T ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT 8 investigated the BP lowering effect of resveratrol in healthy subjects or in normotensive patients with metabolic conditions, it was not surprising that resveratrol did not exert a substantial BP lowering effect. In agreement with this, in healthy non-obese individuals, resveratrol along with 9 other dietary supplements did not affect arterial stiffness, endothelial function, biomarkers of inflammation and oxidative stress, and cardiometabolic risk factors [81]. However, the systolic and diastolic BPs of the participants of this study were already optimum, average of 109 and 66 mmHg, respectively [81].…”
Section: Clinical Studiessupporting
confidence: 84%
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“…Since the aforementioned studies M A N U S C R I P T ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT 8 investigated the BP lowering effect of resveratrol in healthy subjects or in normotensive patients with metabolic conditions, it was not surprising that resveratrol did not exert a substantial BP lowering effect. In agreement with this, in healthy non-obese individuals, resveratrol along with 9 other dietary supplements did not affect arterial stiffness, endothelial function, biomarkers of inflammation and oxidative stress, and cardiometabolic risk factors [81]. However, the systolic and diastolic BPs of the participants of this study were already optimum, average of 109 and 66 mmHg, respectively [81].…”
Section: Clinical Studiessupporting
confidence: 84%
“…In agreement with this, in healthy non-obese individuals, resveratrol along with 9 other dietary supplements did not affect arterial stiffness, endothelial function, biomarkers of inflammation and oxidative stress, and cardiometabolic risk factors [81]. However, the systolic and diastolic BPs of the participants of this study were already optimum, average of 109 and 66 mmHg, respectively [81]. Therefore, it is likely that the BP lowering effect of resveratrol would be more pronounced if resveratrol is administered to hypertensive individuals.…”
Section: Clinical Studiessupporting
confidence: 77%
“…observed that a combination of dietary supplements had no cardiovascular or metabolic effects in non‐obese relatively healthy individuals. In their study, 24 weeks of dietary supplementation did not influence arterial stiffness or endothelial function, or alter body fat measurements, blood pressure, plasma lipids, glucose, insulin, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insulin-like_growth_factor_1‐1 (IGF1) and markers of inflammation and oxidative stress in non‐obese individuals (Soare et al , ). In contrast, it has been found that the consumption of curry spices rich in antioxidative compounds like curcumin and eugenol, improves postprandial endothelial function in healthy male subjects, which is beneficial for cardiovascular health.…”
Section: Clinical Studies With Curcuminmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Twenty-nine references to clinical trials were identified, including one clinical trial and an unpublished reference found in a review (Aviram and Rosenblat, 2012). Two references did not provide enough information for extraction (Soare et al, 2013(Soare et al, , 2014. Three articles were excluded (Esmaillzadeh et al, 2006;Shema-Didi et al, 2014;Kelishadi et al, 2011) because they were duplicate publications.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%