- n. Plural form of catechin.
“Certain natural chemicals called catechins in green tea increase fat-burning and stimulate thermogenesis, the calorie-burning process that occurs as a result of digesting and metabolizing food.”
“As mentioned earlier in this chapter, cocoa is an excellent source of phytonutrients known as catechins and, like tea and blueberries, controls gene expression by turning off damaging transcription factors such as NFκB and turning on protective transcription factors such as NRF2.”
“Some types (green tea, for example) contain plant chemicals called catechins which have decided anti-cancer activity”
“Some types green tea, for example contain plant chemicals called catechins which have decided anti-cancer activity”
“A compound known as catechins are abudant in fresh tea leaves.”
“A compound known as catechins are abundant in fresh tea leaves.”
“Real Leaf Green Tea is not only made from natural whole tea leaves but also contains catechins, which is a well known anti-oxidant that protects against damaging free radicals.”
“When it is harvested, the leaves are immediately steamed and withered, and this preserves certain compounds known as catechins that are thought to exert beneficial effects on human health.”
“Scientific studies published in the internet said that these fruits contain higher amount of anti-oxidant called catechins that can be found also in green tea.”
“Packed with powerful antioxidants called catechins, green tea is said to attack cancer-causing free radicals and increase the production of enzymes responsible for a healthy immune system.”
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