Intake of dietary advanced glycation end products influences inflammatory markers, immune phenotypes, and antiradical capacity of healthy elderly in a little‐studied population
Abstract Dietary advanced glycation end products (dAGE) have profound negative effects on overall health, and their intake must be assessed. In this cross‐sectional study, we investigated dAGE intake of 337 adult participants (180/157:M/F; age range 50–73 years). Data were collected on anthropometri...
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