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Oestrogens, phyto-oestrogens and the pathogenesis of prostatic disease

K. Griffiths

Oestrogens, phyto-oestrogens and the pathogenesis of prostatic disease

by K. Griffiths

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Published by Martin Dunitz in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Estrogen -- Health aspects.,
  • Phytoestrogens -- Health aspects.,
  • Prostate -- Cancer -- Endocrine aspects.,
  • Prostate -- Cancer.,
  • Prostate -- Diseases -- Endocrine aspects.,
  • Prostate -- Diseases.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementK. Griffiths, L.J. Denis and A. Turkes.
    ContributionsDenis, L., Turkes, A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA645.P76 G75 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 420 p. :
    Number of Pages420
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22094009M
    ISBN 101841841196

    Phyto-Oestrogens plant based oestrogen that can affect our health. I have talked a lot about the xeno-oestrogens – the ‘foreign’ oestrogens we get from beauty products, plastics and non-organic foods. In this blog I wanted to look a bit more in-depth at the phyto-oestrogens – the plant-based oestrogens that are found in various types of.   US Pharm. ;32(12):HSHS Phytoestrogens are trace biochemicals produced by plants that act like estrogens in animal cells and bodies. A number of epidemiological studies have reported a connection between high dietary intake of phytoestrogens and lower rates of certain cancers, cardiovascular problems, and menopausal symptoms. 1 It is believed that phytoestrogens could .

    Phytoestrogens are plant-based compounds that have similar effects to estrogen produced in the body. Often referred to as "dietary estrogen," these compounds are believed to prevent or treat conditions associated with estrogen deficiency, such as osteoporosis or menopausal hot flashes. In an earlier publication, Griffiths demonstrated an important role of oestrogens, phyto-oestrogens, in the pathogenesis of prostatic disease. This review examines the role of oxidative stress and inflammation in the pathogenesis of CVDs and by:

      Prostatic epithelial and luminal area in the transition zone acini: morphometric analysis in normal and hyperplastic human prostate Book Reviews. Free Access. New Perspectives in Sacral Nerve Stimulation. P.J.R. Shah; Pages: Request permissions; Free Access. Oestrogens, Phyto‐Oestrogens and the Pathogenesis of Prostatic Disease. C. The interest in Phytoestrogens has developed because of the epidemiological evidence that diets rich in these compounds have led women in Japan and Asia to appear to have a much lower incidence of "Western diseases" such as heart disease, osteoporosis, and cancers of breast, colon, and womb.


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Oestrogens, phyto-oestrogens and the pathogenesis of prostatic disease by K. Griffiths Download PDF EPUB FB2

--Emerging concept: dietary factors could offer health benefits and protect against prostate disease --Natural history of benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostate cancer --Some basic endocrinology of the human male --Some basic molecular endocrinology of the prostate --Phyto-oestrogens: influence on growth regulatory events --Oestrogens and.

Prostatic disease. Phyto-oestrogens are also recommended as anti-androgens and hence are of possible protective benefit with regard to carcinoma of prostate and benign prostatic hyperplasia. Whether they also reduce sperm count has not been examined. Isoflavones in : Dr Colin Tidy.

Prostatic cancer is a hormone-dependent disease and oestrogens retard the growth of prostatic tumours by interfering with the action of testosterone. Oestrogen increases the level of sex hormone-binding globulin that binds testosterone, resulting in lower free testosterone levels, thereby decreasing androgenic stimulation of the by: Phyto-oestrogens have weak oestrogenic potency and anticancer effects.

Thus, these phytochemicals have a possible role in the prevention of hormone-dependent diseases such as prostatic cancer. International comparisons, small randomised trials and experimental data from animal models and cell lines suggest a possible protective association between dietary phyto-oestrogens, including isoflavones and lignans, and the development of prostate cancer (Goetzel et al, ; Perabo et al, ).Results from prospective epidemiological studies of dietary phyto-oestrogen intake and Cited by: Phyto-oestrogens are naturally occurring compounds found in plants to varying degrees.

The classic definition of a phyto-oestrogen is a non-steroidal plant compound that is able to exert oestrogenic effects. 1 Phyto-oestrogens consist of numerous classes, including isoflavones, lignans and coumestans.

1 A fourth class of compounds referred to as resorcylic acid phyto-oestrogens and the pathogenesis of prostatic disease book might better be. review current findings in relation to the effects of phyto-oestrogens on breast and prostate cancer and discuss poss-ible mechanisms of action by which phyto-oestrogens may exert their effects.

Phyto-oestrogens and breast cancer Epidemiology Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer affecting women in the UK with approximately per Cited by: Phyto-oestrogens have been suggested to have a preventive effect against various cancers.

This review includes a discussion of the consumption of phyto-oestrogen-rich foods such as soy, a source of isoflavones, and whole grain products, which contain lignans, and their role in the prevention of breast, prostate, and colon by: Phyto-oestrogens have been suggested to have a preventive effect against various cancers.

This review includes a discussion of the consumption of phyto-oestrogen-rich foods such as soy, a source of isoflavones, and whole grain products, which contain lignans, and their role in the prevention of breast, prostate, and colon cancer.

In women, a soy-containing diet is only slightly protective Cited by:   This view follows the finding that plasma and urinary levels of phyto-oestrogens are much higher in areas where cancer incidence is low in comparison with areas of high cancer incidence.

The phyto-oestrogens are comprised of two main groups; the isoflavones and lignans. Of the isoflavones, genistein and daidzein have been the most widely by:   Read Phyto-oestrogens: why they are good news online. Nutritional advice articles from Patrick Holford.

We want to help you achieve % health. You can search an ever-expanding range of topics and reports to help you understand and improve your health. Phyto-oestrogens are oestrogenic compounds found in plants and consist of isoflavones, lignans and coumestans.

Epidemiological studies provide evidence for a protective role of isoflavones, and to a lesser extent lignans, against the development of numerous chronic diseases, including several cancers, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis. If the abundance of phyto-oestrogen-enriched foods in health-food shops and supermarkets is anything to go by, the public is convinced of the health benefits of these weakly oestrogenic, plant-derived steroids.

Enthusiasts promote plant oestrogens as the natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy (HRT), but, as with other “food therapies”, public acceptance has raced ahead of Cited by: Phyto-oestrogens are getting a lot of attention for their health benefits especially isoflavones as soy-products are the most commonly eaten phyto-oestrogen containing food and as further proof amounts for their role in relieving and decreasing vasomotor symptoms during menopause and managing bone health especially important for post-menopause.

At present, however, no definite recommendations can be made as to the dietary amounts needed for prevention of disease. This review deals with all the above-mentioned aspects of phyto-oestrogens. Key Words: cancer, coronary heart disease, epidemiology, isoflavone, Cited by: The phyto-oestrogens belong to the family of plant substances known as flavonoids, and all have oestrogenic effects.

The oestrogenic flavonoids are sometimes collectively referred to as the phenolic phyto-oestrogens because of the structural similarity of the oestrogen molecule—the diphenylpropane ring structure—which allows phyto-oestrogens to bind to the oestrogen receptor.

What is the abbreviation for Phyto-oestrogens. What does PO stand for. PO abbreviation stands for Phyto-oestrogens. British Journal of Nutrition (), 79, Review article Phyto-oestrogens: where are we now.

Bingham", C. Atkinson, J. Liggins, L. Bluck and A. Coward MRC Dunn Clinical Nutrition Centre, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 2DH, UK (Received I August I - Revised I December - Accepted I8 December ) Phyto-oestrogens have emerged from their esoteric role in animal husbandry.

Phytoestrogens are compounds that naturally occur in plants. They’re also found in a wide range of plant foods. If you eat fruits, veggies, legumes, and some grains, you get phytoestrogens from Author: Adrian White.

Phyto-oestrogens Over the last few years there has been a great interest in the role of naturally occurring plant constituents that have a weak hormonal action on the body.

These plant phyto-oestrogens (POs), as they are called, occur widely throughout the plant world and. Railways And War Before by Denis Bishop; Keith Davis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at From our better understanding of the natural history of prostate cancer, it is not unreasonable to believe that the disease is preventable.

Oestrogens, phyto-oestrogens and the pathogenesis of prostatic disease. Martin Dunitz, London Google Scholar. World Cancer Research Fund () Food, nutrition and the prevention of cancer: a global Cited by: Phytoestrogens (plant oestrogens) are substances that occur naturally in plants. They have a similar chemical structure to our own body's oestrogen (one of the main female hormones), and are able to bind to the same receptors that our own oestrogen does.

They do, however, behave differently to.