Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research

Commercially available kelp and seaweed products - valuable iodine source or risk of excess intake?
CONCLUSION: The iodine content in the included products was variable and for most products high, exceeding the tolerable upper intake level (UL) if consumed as a serving or portion size. The labelling of macroalgae species included, and declaration of iodine content, were inadequate or inaccurate for several products. As macroalgae-containing products are unreliable iodine sources, inclusion of such products in the diet may pose a risk of consuming excessive amounts of iodine.PMID:33889064 | PMC:PMC8035890 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.7584 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Inger Aakre Dina Doblaug Solli Maria Wik Markhus Hanne K M æhre Lisbeth Dahl Sigrun Henjum Jan Alexander Patrick-Andre Korneliussen Lise Madsen Marian Kjellevold Source Type: research

Antioxidant and reduced skin-ageing effects of a polyphenol-enriched dietary supplement in response to air pollution: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
CONCLUSIONS: The results of the study indicate reduced oxidative stress-induced skin damage in both Asian and Caucasian women living in a polluted urban area. Therefore, the oral intake of this four-plant based supplement could be considered a complementary nutrition strategy to avoid the negative effects of environmental pollution exposure.PMID:33889065 | PMC:PMC8035891 | DOI:10.29219/fnr.v65.5619 (Source: Food and Nutrition Research)
Source: Food and Nutrition Research - April 23, 2021 Category: Nutrition Authors: Vincenzo Nobile Irene Schiano Ana Peral Silvana Giardina Eleonora Spart à Nuria Caturla Source Type: research