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Transcripts - Polyphenols
PolyphenolsBy: Christina Kim, NamsaiSethpornpong, RyogaYamada
What is a Polyphenol and Whatdoes it do? Found in Anti nutrients food Is an Antioxidant Longevity Gets rid of over excess oxygen Keeps you healthy
Where does it come from?1. Labs2. Plants: Red wine Tea Plants Berries olives
Effects on Health and WellBeing Protective effect of cerebral infarction and arteriosclerosis The inhibitory effect of active oxygen Inhibitory effect of cholesterol in the blood (prevention of hypertension). The effect of improving liver function (improving the ability to break down fat by improving liver function). promoting hormone action Bactericidal effect improvement of diabetes Antioxidant (to prevent cell senescence) Cancer Prevention
What Are the Claims inMedia?
History Yes they have a history. Polyphenols have never been considered bad, The name it self came from Ancient Greece , Ancient Greek scientists had some theories about what they were. Poly means many it was found officially in 1972 by doctor Michel Bourzeix. The health effects of tea have been examined ever since the first infusions of Camellia sinensis about 4700 years ago in China 4700 in china using camoile which contains polyphenols Pasted from >
Diet Since they protect our bodies from disease. we should try to include them, by drinking teas. There are also in olive oil , and some fruits, like blue berry. Since they are found in agriculture like olives, they are readily available . Get images of different fruits and teas that contain polyphenol According to a report released by USDA, in a cup of tea of 200 ml, the mean total content of flavonoids (a type of polyphenols) is 266.68 mg for green tea, and 233.12 mg for black tea. The tea is to be prepared with 1 gram of tealeaves to 100 ml of hot water. The mean averages are much lower for instant tea mixes, decaf, flavoured, or ready-to-drink tea products. Pasted from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_phenols_and_polyphenols_in_t ea>
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