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polyphenol

(pŏl″ē-fē′nōl) [″ + ″]
Any of a large group of colorful phytochemicals found in plants, many of which are antioxidants. Polyphenols include several thousand flavonoids, including flavanones, anthocyanidins, isoflavonoids, and catechins.
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[ClickPress, Thu May 16 2019] A strong growth in the Polyphenol Sweetener Market is anticipated for Asia Pacific countries like Japan, China and India.
Tannic acid as a plant-derived polyphenol exerts vasoprotection via enhancing KLF2 expression in endothelial cells.
Another study found that drinking tea an hour before a meal reduced the polyphenol effect.
Thanks to a patented processing technology, a rich-tasting, Kenyan-sourced tea has been created that boasts three times the polyphenol content of most popular green teas.
These benefits are now thought to result from the higher polyphenol content provided by these foods and that these polyphenols stimulate powerful antioxidant action in the body.
Tannins have since been divided into two subgroups according to the type of polyphenol group within the molecule: phthalic tannins and catechin-type tannins [26].
Each of the individual polyphenol contents were calculated with the help of following formula:-
Like many great discoveries, the use of polyphenol in popsicles was accidental.
studied the vascular effects of dietary supplementation of a nonalcoholic red wine polyphenol extract in Zucker fatty obese rats.
In addition, PVPP has been used for purification of polyphenol oxidase, bioactive compounds from brewery waste streams, and genomic DNA from polyphenol-rich coconut [20-22].
Caption: An ARS-developed peanut skin extract can increase milk chocolate's polyphenol level without affecting flavor.
You can increase your polyphenol intake by adding lots of fruit and vegetables to your diet.