Abstract| Volume 241, ISSUE 1, e41, July 2015

Impact of a six-week olive oil supplementation in healthy adults on urinary proteomic biomarkers of coronary artery disease, chronic kidney disease and diabetes

      Background: LDL-cholesterol or oxidized LDL have been used to study the impact of olive oil (OO) consumption on cardiovascular risk. These markers are not optimal as improvement would be detected late in disease progression. Urinary proteomic biomarkers enable early pre-symptomatic detection of disease making them tools for primary prevention. A scoring of disease absence, presence and severity is provided, based on the concentration of urinary peptides.
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