polyphenols


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pol·y·phe·nols

(pol'ē-fē'nolz)
Organic compounds containing more than one phenol group; responsible for the color and flavor of some fruits and vegetables; may have antioxidant properties.
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CreAgri's seminal research in the use of Hidrox, CreAgri's proprietary formulation of olive polyphenols and hydroxytyrosol, for cardiovascular health, joint protection, skincare, neuroprotection, and antioxidant activity has shown that, due to their broad spectrum anti-inflammatory activity, olive polyphenols can play a strong role in human wellness offering an adjunctive, and effective, support to consumers worldwide battling debilitating health conditions.
In addition, the beans that were stored and then roasted for 45 minutes had more polyphenols and higher antioxidant activity than beans whose pods were not stored prior to fermentation.
If this effect happens in the body as well, it provides very strong evidence for a mechanism that links dietary polyphenols and beneficial health effects," Kroon noted.
Tea polyphenols have strong presence in the Functional Beverages market in the form of shots, stick packs, and ready-to-drink teas, and the growth is supported by the growing retail sector.
The polyphenols (10-20% dry bean weight) are stored in the pigment cells or polyphenolic cells of the cotyledons together with the alkaloids caffeine, theobromine and theophylline [6].
The authors suggest that compounds found in cocoa -- polyphenols -- may reduce oxidative stress and improve blood flow in peripheral arteries.
This two-volume set contains 106 chapters contributed by food and other scientists and clinicians from around the world, who describe the use of polyphenols in organ health maintenance and the treatment of injury or disease.
Patent 8,567,412 (October 29, 2013), "Use of Polyphenol Compounds or Derivatives thereof as Free-Radical Scavengers in Cigarette Filters," Iman Emami (Biosyntec, Paris, France).
Polyphenols found in green coffee are water soluble, making them readily available for physiological utilization.
Green tea polyphenols may play a role in arresting the progression of certain cancers.
moderate alcohol consumption, especially alcoholic beverages rich in polyphenols such as wine and beer, seems to confer cardiovascular protective effects in patients with documented CVD [cardiovascular disease] and even in healthy subjects.
com)-- According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research “Polyphenols Market by And by Application - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2012 - 2018,” the global polyphenols market was valued at USD 580 million in 2011 and is expected to reach USD 873.