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Table 2 Effect of Nrf2-interacting nutrients on diseases associated with oxidative stress

From: Nrf2-interacting nutrients and COVID-19: time for research to develop adaptation strategies

  Insulin resistance Lung injury IL-6 Cytokines
AT1R down regulation Obesity HTA T2D Endothelium damage Ageing
Berberine   [161, 162] [162] [162, 173, 174] [175] [176] [173] [173]
Curcumin [105] [163, 164] [177] [178] [179] [180] [181, 182] [183]
EGCG [106] [164] [184] [185] [184] [180] [186, 187] [188]
Genistein [107, 108] [165] [189] [190] [189] [180] [191] [192]
Lactobacillus   [168, 169] [193] [194] [195] [196] [197] [198]
Quercetin   [163] [199] [200] [184] [180] [201] [202]
Resveratrol [109] [163, 164] [203] [204] [205] [180] [206] [207]
Sulforaphane   [170] [208] [208] [209] [180] [210] [211]
  1. EGCG: Epigallocatechin gallate
  2. Search strategy: For this table, in order to compare the mechanisms of action and properties of Nrf2-interacting nutrients, a PubMed search was initiated. This was not a systematic review, but an attempt to assess whether the impact on the disease has been described
  3. We searched PubMed using the display option “best matches”
  4. We first searched “systematic reviews” by PubMed for the different nutrients and we collected the first “best match” systematic review related to the question
  5. If there was no systematic review, we searched for “reviews” and we collected the first “best match” review related to the question
  6. If there was no review, we searched for papers and we collected the first “best match” paper related to the question