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van Cruchten, S.T.J. (author), de Waart, D.R. (author), Kunne, C. (author), Hooiveld, G.J.E.J. (author), Boekschoten, M.V. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), Oude Elferink, R.P.J. (author), Witkamp, R.F. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Cafestol is a diterpene present in unfiltered coffees. It is the most potent cholesterol-elevating compound present in the human diet. However, the precise mechanisms underlying this effect are still unclear. In contrast, cafestol is also known as a hepatoprotective compound, which is likely to be related to the induction of glutathione...
article 2010
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Verhoef, P. (author), van Vliet, T. (author), Olthof, M.R. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Background: A high plasma concentration of total homocysteine (tHcy) is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease. A high protein intake and hence a high intake of methionine-the sole dietary precursor of homocysteine-may raise plasma tHcy concentrations. Objectives: We studied whether high intake of protein increases plasma...
article 2005
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Olthof, M.R. (author), van Vliet, T. (author), Verhoef, P. (author), Zock, P.L. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Background: Betaine (trimethylglycine) lowers plasma homocysteine, a possible risk factor for cardiovascular disease. However, studies in renal patients and in obese individuals who are on a weight-loss diet suggest that betaine supplementation raises blood cholesterol; data in healthy individuals are lacking. Such an effect on cholesterol would...
article 2005
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Olthof, M.R. (author), Brink, E.J. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), Verhoef, P. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Background: A high homocysteine concentration is a potential risk factor for cardiovascular disease that can be reduced through betaine supplementation. Choline is the precursor for betaine, but the effects of choline supplementation on plasma total homocysteine (tHcy) concentrations in healthy humans are unknown. Objective: The objective was to...
article 2005
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Verhoef, P. (author), Steenge, G.R. (author), Boelsma, E. (author), van Vliet, T. (author), Olthof, M.R. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), TNO Voeding (author)
Background: A high plasma total homocysteine (tHcy) concentration is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. The increase in tHcy induced by methionine, the sole dietary precursor of homocysteine, might be modulated by other amino acids present in dietary proteins. Objectives: Our objectives were to compare the postprandial effect of free and...
article 2004
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Steenge, G.R. (author), Verhoef, P. (author), Katan, M.B. (author)
Elevated levels of plasma total homocysteine are associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease. Betaine and 5-methyltetrahydrofolate can remethylate homocysteine into methionine via independent reactions. We determined the effect of daily betaine supplementation, compared with both folic acid and placebo, on plasma concentrations of...
article 2003
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Verhoef, P. (author), Pasman, W.J. (author), van Vliet, T. (author), Urgert, R. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), Centraal Instituut voor Voedingsonderzoek TNO TNO Voeding (author)
Background: A high plasma total homocysteine concentration is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Consumption of unfiltered or filtered coffee raises total homocysteine concentrations in healthy volunteers. The responsible compound, however, is unknown. Objective: The objective was to determine whether caffeine explains the...
article 2002
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Post, S.M. (author), de Roos, B. (author), Vermeulen, M. (author), Afman, L. (author), Jong, M.C. (author), Dahlmans, V.E.H. (author), Havekes, L.M. (author), Stellaard, F. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), Princen, H.M.G. (author), Gaubius Instituut TNO (author)
Cafestol, a diterpene present in unfiltered coffee, potently increases serum cholesterol levels in humans. So far, no suitable animal model has been found to study the biochemical background of this effect. We determined the effect of cafestol on serum cholesterol and triglycerides in different mouse strains and subsequently studied its...
article 2000
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Urgert, R. (author), van Vliet, T. (author), Zock, P.L. (author), Katan, M.B. (author)
article 2000
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Weggemans, R.M. (author), Zock, P.L. (author), Urgert, R. (author), Katan, M.B. (author)
article 1999
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Weggemans, R.M. (author), Zock, P.L. (author), Urgert, R. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), Centraal Instituut voor Voedingsonderzoek TNO (author)
Background. Hypercholesterolaemia is initially treated by diet. However, most studies of diet and cholesterol response have been carried out in men, and it is not known whether women react to diet to the same extent as men do. We therefore studied sex differences in the response of serum cholesterol and lipoproteins to diet. Materials and...
article 1999
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Kromhout, D. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), Havekes, L. (author), Groener, A. (author), Hornstra, G. (author), de Lezenne Coulander, C. (author), Gaubius Instituut TNO (author)
An inverse association was found between fish consumption and coronary heart disease in the Zutphen Study. In the present study the long-term effects of a small amount of fish on serum lipids and lipoproteins was investigated. Forty healthy, elderly men whose fish consumption pattern over the previous 26-year period was known, were selected for...
article 1996
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Kempen, H.J.M. (author), Glatz, J.F.C. (author), Gevers Leuven, J.A. (author), van der Voort, H.A. (author), Katan, M.B. (author), Gaubius instituut TNO (author)
The power of serum lathosterol concentration as an indicator of whole-body cholesterol synthesis was investigated in 47 human volunteers consuming two diets differing in fatty acid composition. The cholesterol balance (fecal excretion of neutral and acid steroids minus cholesterol intake) was strongly correlated with the serum level of total ...
article 1988
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