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  • Same as caffeic.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to chlorogenic acids or their derivatives

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Examples

  • One of the most potent antioxidants in coffee is called chlorogenic acid, which is partially responsible for the coffee flavor.

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  • Researchers suspect that some of coffee's benefits are linked to an antioxidant called chlorogenic acid.

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  • Theaflavin, the polyphenol found in tea, and epicatechin (found in many fruits and vegetables), also showed positive effects, while other polyphenols such as chlorogenic acid (from coffee) and sesamin (from sesame seeds) had no effect.

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  • Theaflavin, the polyphenol found in tea, and epicatechin (found in many fruits and vegetables), also showed positive effects, while other polyphenols such as chlorogenic acid (from coffee) and sesamin (from sesame seeds) had no effect.

    London Free Press

  • Theaflavin, the polyphenol found in tea, and epicatechin (found in many fruits and vegetables), also showed positive effects, while other polyphenols such as chlorogenic acid (from coffee) and sesamin (from sesame seeds) had no effect.

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  • Recent researchers have highlighted the action of other major apple compounds on weight management such as chlorogenic acid.

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  • Plus coffee has a lot of antioxidants such as chlorogenic acid and tocopherols and minerals such as magnesium.

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  • Plus coffee has a lot of antioxidants such as chlorogenic acid and tocopherols and minerals such as magnesium.

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  • Three major compounds in coffee may provide beneficial effects: caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid and caffeine.

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  • Three major compounds in coffee may provide beneficial effects: caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid and caffeine.

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