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Hiki i nā hua citrus ke pale aku i ka maʻi puʻuwai e pili ana i ka momona, maʻi maʻi, diabetes

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PHILADELPHIA, ʻAuk. 21, 2016 - Maikaʻi nā alani a me nā hua ʻalani ʻē aʻe iā ʻoe - piha ka nui o nā wikamina a me nā mea, e like me nā antioxidants, hiki ke kōkua i kou olakino. I kēia manawa ua hōʻike kahi hui o nā mea noiʻi e kōkua pū kēia mau huaʻai i ka pale ʻana i nā hopena weliweli o ka momona ma nāʻiole i hānai ʻia i kahi ʻano komohana, momona momona.

Ke hōʻike nei nā mea noiʻi i kā lākou hana i kēia lā ma 252nd National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS). ACS, the world’s largest scientific society, is holding the meeting here through Thursday. It features more than 9,000 presentations on a wide range of science topics.

"Hōʻike kā mākou hopena i ka wā e hiki mai ana hiki iā mākou ke hoʻohana i nā citrus flavanones, kahi papa o nā antioxidants, e pale a hoʻopaneʻe paha i nā maʻi kūlohelohe i hoʻokumu ʻia e ka momona i nā kānaka," wahi a Paula S. Ferreira, kahi haumāna puka me ka pūʻulu noiʻi.

ʻOi aku i ka hapakolu o nā mākua a pau o ka US he obese, e like me ka US Centres for Disease Control and Prevent. Hoʻonui ka momona i ka makaʻu o ka puʻuwai puʻuwai, nā maʻi ate a me ka maʻi kō, no ka stress o ka oxidative a me ka mumū, wahi a Ferreira. Ke hoʻopau ke kanaka i ka papaʻa momona momona, hōʻiliʻili lākou i ka momona i loko o ko lākou kino. Hoʻokumu nā hunaola momona i nā ʻano oxygen reactive nui, i hiki ke hōʻino i nā hunaola i ke kaʻina i kapa ʻia ʻo oxidative stress. Hiki i ke kino ke hakakā maʻamau i nā mole me nā antioxidants. Akā ua hoʻomāhuahua nui nā mea maʻi momona i nā hunaola momona, i hiki ai ke alakaʻi i nā kiʻekiʻe ʻoi loa o nā ʻano oxygen reactive e hoʻokahuli i ka hiki i ke kino ke pale aku iā lākou.

Loaʻa nā hua citrus i nā nui o nā antioxidant, kahi papa i kapa ʻia ʻo flavanones. Ua hoʻopili nā noiʻi i hala i nā cavanus flavanones i ka hoʻohaʻahaʻa ʻana i ke koʻikoʻi oxidative i vitro a me nā ʻano holoholona. Ua makemake kēia mau mea noiʻi e nānā i nā hopena o ka citrus flavanones no ka manawa mua ma nā ʻiole me ka hoʻololi ʻole ʻana o ka ʻaoʻao a hānai ʻia i kahi papa momona momona.

ʻO ka hui, ma Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP) ma Brazil, i alakaʻi i kahi hoʻokolohua me nā ʻiole he 50, e mālama ana iā lākou me nā flavanones i loaʻa i nā ʻalani, nā lime a me nā lemona. ʻO nā flavanones a lākou e kia nui ai hesperidin, eriocitrin a me eriodictyol. No hoʻokahi mahina, ua hāʻawi nā mea noiʻi i nā hui i kahi papaʻai maʻamau, kahi papaʻa momona nui, kahi papaʻa momona me ka hesperidin, kahi papa momona momona a me eriocitrin a i ʻole ka papaʻai momona kiʻekiʻe a me eriodictyol.

ʻO ka papaʻai momona kiʻekiʻe me ka ʻole o nā flavanones i hoʻonui i nā kiʻekiʻe o nā marker cell-harm i kapa ʻia he thiobarbituric acid reactive chemicals (TBARS) e 80 pākēneka i ke koko a 57 pākēneka i ke akepaʻa i hoʻohālikelike ʻia me nāʻiole i ka papaʻai maʻamau. Akā hesperidin, eriocitrin a me eriodictyol i hoʻemi i nā pae TBARS i ke akepaʻa e 50 pākēneka, 57 pākēneka a me 64 pākēneka, i hoʻohālikelike ʻia me nāʻiole i hānai ʻia i ka momona momona akā ʻaʻole i hāʻawi ʻia nā flavanones. Ua hoʻemi pū ʻia ʻo Eriocitrin a me eriodictyol i nā pae TBARS i ke koko e 48 pakeneka a me 47 pākēneka, i kēia mauʻiole. Eia kekahi, ʻo nāʻiole i mālama ʻia me hesperidin a me eriodictyol ua hōʻemi i ka hōʻiliʻili momona a me nā hōʻino i ke ake.

"ʻAʻole hōʻike kā mākou noiʻi ʻana i kekahi pohō kaumaha ma muli o nā cavanus flavanones," wahi a Thais B. Cesar, Ph.D., ka mea e alakaʻi i ka hui. "Eia nō naʻe, me ke kōkua ʻole o nā ʻiole i ka lilo o ke kaupaona, hana lākou i ke olakino me ke koʻikoʻi oxidative haʻahaʻa, hoʻemi ʻia ka hōʻino o ke ake, nā lipid koko haʻahaʻa a me ka glucose koko haʻahaʻa."

Ua ʻōlelo hou ʻo Ferreira, "Kuhi pū kēia noiʻi i ka ʻai ʻana i nā hua citrus paha paha i hopena maikaʻi no ka poʻe ʻaʻole momona, akā loaʻa nā papaʻai momona i nā momona, e hoʻoweliweli ana iā lākou e ulu i ka maʻi maʻi maʻi, a me ke kūpaʻa o ka ʻōpū a me ka momona o ka ʻōpū."

A laila, e ʻimi ka hui i ka maikaʻi e lawelawe i kēia mau flavanones, inā i ka wai citrus, e ka ʻai ʻana i nā hua a i ʻole ke hoʻomohala ʻana i kahi pila me kēia mau antioxidants. Hoʻohui ʻia, hoʻolālā ka kime e alakaʻi i nā noiʻi e pili ana i nā kānaka, wahi a Cesar.

Ua ʻae ʻo Cesar i ke kālā kālā mai ka Polokalamu Kākoʻo no ka Hoʻomohalaʻepekema o ka Kula o ka ʻepekema lāʻau lapaʻau ma UNESP a na Citrosuco, kahi hui hana wai ʻalani i Matão, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

ʻO ka American Chemical Society kahi hui nonprofit i hoʻokumu ʻia e ka US Congress. Me nā lālā kokoke 157,000, ʻo ACS ke kaiāulu ʻepekema nui loa o ka honua a alakaʻi alakaʻi honua i ka loaʻa ʻana i ka noiʻi e pili ana i ka kemika ma o kāna mau ʻikepili he nui, nā puke pai i nānā ʻia e nā hoa a me nā ʻaha kūkā ʻepekema. ʻO kāna mau keʻena nui ma Wakinekona, DC, a me Columbus, Ohio.

Ke hōʻike ʻia nei ka noiʻi ma kahi hālāwai o ka American Chemical Society.