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Antioxidant health effects study needed before biomarkers, intake levels -- researcher.

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ANTIOXIDANT RELATIONSHIP TO HUMAN HEALTH REQUIRES EXPLANATION through further clinical study before appropriate biomarkers and intake levels can be identified, Robert Greenberg, MD, Norris Cotton Cancer Center, Lebanon, N.H., asserted at a workshop of the Food & Nutrition Board Panel on Dietary Antioxidants & Related Compounds in Washington, D.C. July 28-29. Greenberg participated in a session intended to address three central questions: "Why are dietary antioxidants important to human health," "What are markers for dietary antioxidants, and how is this marker related to a functional outcome" and "What should be the recommended intake for these dietary antioxidants."
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