Year 2013, Volume 5, Issue 1, Pages 232 - 235 2013-11-11

Beer & Antioxidants: Benefits in human health

Lourdes Hernández [1]

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Beer has many properties such as low-calories, protein compounds, minerals and trace elements, vitamins A, D and E, polyphenols, carbon dioxide, and antioxidant capacity which make moderate consumption healthy. Beer is the only beverage which contains Hop (Humulus lupulus) and this make that beer has sedative propriety. The objective of our experiment is measure the antioxidant capacity in urine later consumed a non-alcoholic beer. The trial was conducted in a population of 17 female healthy volunteers and they drink beer in dinner during two weeks. We analyzed the Antioxity Capacity in their urine. In conclusion: a non-alcohol beer consumed during dinner increases antioxidant levels in urine.
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Journal Section Original Articles
Authors

Author: Lourdes Hernández

Dates

Publication Date: November 11, 2013

Bibtex @ { sducmfrr221725, journal = {Cell Membranes and Free Radical Research}, issn = {1308-416X}, address = {Süleyman Demirel University}, year = {2013}, volume = {5}, pages = {232 - 235}, doi = {}, title = {Beer \& Antioxidants: Benefits in human health}, key = {cite}, author = {Hernández, Lourdes} }
APA Hernández, L . (2013). Beer & Antioxidants: Benefits in human health. Cell Membranes and Free Radical Research, 5 (1), 232-235. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/sducmfrr/issue/20749/221725
MLA Hernández, L . "Beer & Antioxidants: Benefits in human health". Cell Membranes and Free Radical Research 5 (2013): 232-235 <http://dergipark.org.tr/sducmfrr/issue/20749/221725>
Chicago Hernández, L . "Beer & Antioxidants: Benefits in human health". Cell Membranes and Free Radical Research 5 (2013): 232-235
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ISNAD Hernández, Lourdes . "Beer & Antioxidants: Benefits in human health". Cell Membranes and Free Radical Research 5 / 1 (November 2013): 232-235.
AMA Hernández L . Beer & Antioxidants: Benefits in human health. Cell Membranes and Free Radical Research. 2013; 5(1): 232-235.
Vancouver Hernández L . Beer & Antioxidants: Benefits in human health. Cell Membranes and Free Radical Research. 2013; 5(1): 235-232.