alexa Biologically Active Triterpenoids and Their Cardioprotective and Anti- Inflammatory Effects

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Biologically Active Triterpenoids and Their Cardioprotective and Anti- Inflammatory Effects

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables has been identified to confer multiple health benefits, including the reduction of cardiovascular disease risk. Fruits like apple, grape berry, olive, tomato, and mango all contain triterpenoid compounds with cardio-protective and antioxidant activities that can significantly attenuate or delay cardiovascular disease onset. Various clinical trials have been conducted on humans assessing the potential role of triterpenoid usage in the prevention of such chronic disorders, and the possible mechanisms responsible for the observed therapeutic actions. This paper is a review of primary research articles investigating the biologically active triterpenoids and their cardioprotective and anti-inflammatory effects.

Citation: Han N, Bakovic M (2015) Biologically Active Triterpenoids and Their Cardioprotective and Anti-Inflammatory Effects. J Bioanal Biomed S12:005. doi: 10.4172/1948-593X.S12-005

 
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