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  • adjective Of, or relating to the polyphenols
  • noun A polyphenol, or derivative

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  • While wine has some appealing ingredients that other alcoholic beverages do not, (namely a group of antioxidants called polyphenolic compounds that come from grape skin), most experts say it's a myth that wine is healthier.

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  • Antioxidants such as polyphenolic flavones, lycopene, beta carotene or vitamins (C, E,

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  • Researchers suspect that an arsenal of polyphenolic compounds in the tart red fruit may help your ticker in several ways by decreasing inflammation, balancing blood fats, and cleaning out free radicals.

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  • Researchers suspect that an arsenal of polyphenolic compounds in the tart red fruit may help your ticker in several ways by decreasing inflammation, balancing blood fats, and cleaning out free radicals.

    You: On a Diet

  • Researchers suspect that an arsenal of polyphenolic compounds in the tart red fruit may help your ticker in several ways by decreasing inflammation, balancing blood fats, and cleaning out free radicals.

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  • The tisane is significantly lower in caffeine than regular tea and contains polyphenolic antioxidant catechins.

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  • Pomegranate juice contains antioxidant chemicals that may have cancer-preventing benefits, in particular, polyphenolic flavonoids.

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  • The tisane is significantly lower in caffeine than regular tea and contains polyphenolic antioxidant catechins.

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  • Single rings can then be modified by adding other atoms to one or more of the carbons, and two or more rings can be linked together to form polyphenolic compounds, including anthocyanin pigments and lignin.

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  • Single rings can then be modified by adding other atoms to one or more of the carbons, and two or more rings can be linked together to form polyphenolic compounds, including anthocyanin pigments and lignin.

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