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  • n. Plural form of theaflavin.

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  • Thea-Stat ™, a Douglas Laboratories exclusive, is a unique patent-pending extract of green tea standardized to a family of catechin-derivatives called theaflavins.

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  • The polyphenols active in this dragon inhale cure are catechins and theaflavins.

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  • Catchetins are discovered in each green and black tea; and theaflavins are only observed in black tea.

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  • Catchetins are discovered in each green and black tea; and theaflavins are only found in black tea.

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  • The polyphenols active in this dragon breath cure are catechins and theaflavins.

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  • "Although the addition of milk may not inhibit the catechin or quercetin concentrations, it may affect other antioxidant components such as the theaflavins and thearubigins that will affect the total antioxidant capacity of black tea," wrote Ryan and Petit.

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  • The reduction in the antioxidant activity of tea, as measured by the FRAP assay, was reported to be a linked to the levels of theaflavins and thearubigins that will affect the total antioxidant capacity of black tea.

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  • It May Fight the Effects of Ageing - Wu Yi tea is particularly rich in catechins, theaflavins and thearubigins.

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  • The red and brown phenolic complexes—and another complex, between double-ring molecules of caffeine and the theaflavins—lend body to brewed tea, because they’re large enough to obstruct each other and slow the movement of the water.

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