Looking for active responders to oxidative stress at the U. of Alabama | Behind the Science, S3 Ep10

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August 31, 2018

What if we could be more proactive about our health and incorporate natural active responders in our diet? When you are looking for clinically relevant compounds that are biologically active, these are our natural, physiological active responders that could help us avoid life-threatening health situations.

In Behind the Science, Jen visits the Redox Lab at the University of Alabama to see the difference between active and non-active responders for to oxidative stress for high-fat diets. Can lycopene help?

The University of Alabama's Kristi Crowe-White, Associate Professor, Human Nutrition, and her graduate assistant Katelyn Senkus show her the results of their research.

More info about Kristi Crowe-White's lab: http://kcrowe.people.ua.edu

More info about Waters' mass spectrometry solutions: http://www.waters.com/naturalproductsapps

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