Resveratrol Enhances Differentiation Induced by Butyrate – (07-08-02)

Resveratrol Enhances Differentiation Induced by Butyrate

This study on colon cancer cells shows an additive effect of resveratrol (found in red wine and peanuts) and butyrate (a short chain fatty acid formed by bacteria acting on soluble fiber in the gut). With studies like this, we start to see why certain traditional diets have the health -promoting effects they have. The Mediterranean diet has already show to be beneficial via increased absorption of lycopene (fat soluble carotenoid) with olive oil intake. This research study mechanism would find lower rates of colon cancer in patients combining wine intake with whole grains. — Abstracts: Wolter and Stein 132 (7): 2082

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