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Data from human nutritional studies are needed before it can be confirmed. However, if confirmed there are important implications for diet and health. F. Benzie and Siu-Wai Choi antioxidant effects of dietary antioxidants but ascribes far more widespread health-related effects to prooxidant changes that are insufficient to cause damage, but that induce a type of “oxidative polishing” or conditioning of the cell that enhances its survival and defense. However, it is noted that the effects, if confirmed, are driven by small amounts of phytochemicals, and this brings into question the advisability of overcoming natural barriers that limit absorption of phytochemicals.
Choi, S. , Benzie, I. , Collins, A. , Hannigan, B. , & Strain, J. J. (2004). Vitamins C and E: Acute interactive effects on biomarkers of antioxidant defence and oxidative stress. Mutation Research, 551(1–2), 109–117. Choy, C. K. , Benzie, I. F. , & Cho, P. (2003). Antioxidants in tears and plasma: Interrelationships and effect of vitamin C supplementation. Current Eye Research, 271, 55–60. Choy, C. K. , & Benzie, I. F. F. (2001). Water soluble antioxidants in human tears: Effect of collection method.
11. Our current dietary requirements are likely to be very similar to those of our evolutionarily successful ancestral prototype, the huntergatherer hominids of Paleolithic times, whose diet was rich in plantbased foods, such as fruits, seeds, and nuts. 12. During our evolution, we lost the metabolic ability to synthesize vitamin C, but we retain a somewhat paradoxical metabolic need for it. 13. This paradox can be resolved as follows: the high dietary input of ascorbic acid in the plant-based ancestral diet met physiological needs, Antioxidants in Food 14.
Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Volume 71 by Jeya Henry