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 ove...
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 effe...
What Are the Claims inMedia?
History Yes they have a history. Polyphenols have never been considered bad, The name it self came from Ancient G...
Diet Since they protect our bodies from disease. we should try to include them, by drinking teas. There are also in ...
Information BibliographyNulls, David. What is a Polyphenol? NamsaiSethpornpong. 15th 9 2011. Medicine Net. Definition of ...
Information Bibliography “Definition of Polyphenol.” MedicineNet.com. MedicineNet, 22 Mar. 2001. Web. 15 Sept. 2011....
Images Bibliography "Foods Containing Polyphenols." 200y. livestrong.com. 20 9 2011 <http://www.livestrong.com/ar...
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Polyphenols

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  • 1. PolyphenolsBy: Christina Kim, NamsaiSethpornpong, RyogaYamada
  • 2. 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
  • 3. Where does it come from?1. Labs2. Plants: Red wine Tea Plants Berries olives
  • 4. 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
  • 5. What Are the Claims inMedia?
  • 6. 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 >
  • 7. 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.[6] 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.[6] Pasted from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_phenols_and_polyphenols_in_t ea>
  • 8. Information BibliographyNulls, David. What is a Polyphenol? NamsaiSethpornpong. 15th 9 2011. Medicine Net. Definition of Polyphenol. 2011. 19 9 2011` <http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art. asp?articlekey=16619>. Nulls, David. What is a Polyphenol? Namsai Sethpornpong. 15th 9 2011. Thousand Necolle. Polyphenol effects. n.d. 19 9 2011 <http://www.necolle.net/polyphenol/>.
  • 9. Information Bibliography “Definition of Polyphenol.” MedicineNet.com. MedicineNet, 22 Mar. 2001. Web. 15 Sept. 2011. <http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=16619>. “Groupe Polyphenols .” Editorial. Groupe Polyphenols. Ed. Sdon’r know. Don’t know, 21 Sept. 2009. Web. 15 Sept. 2011. <http://www.groupepolyphenols.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=51 &Itemid=57&b528026c36a38313c3bc0e90a25fbe0c=c4ea3bb34ec90edaa4b995665898509 0>. Hartle, T M, and T M Hartle. “Polyphenols in blueberries inhibit the formation of fat cells.” Natural Newas [?] 29 Apr. 2011, ? ed., sec. ?: 1. ?. Web. 16 Sept. 2011. <http://www.naturalnews.com/032219_polyphenols_blueberries.html>. Http://indolinkfish.com. Green Tea. 2011. indolinkfish. http://indolinkfish.com, n.d. Web. 20 Sept. 2011. <http://indolinkfish.com>. “http://tea-brewery.com/polyphenols-green-tea/.” the trea brewery. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2011. Stone, Neil J. “Triglyceride.” Worldbook Student. Worldbook, 12 Sept. 2011. Web. 12 Sept. 2011. - - -. “Trigyceride.” World Book Student. world book, 12 Sept. 2011. Web. 12 Sept. 2011. , USDA Database for the Flavonoid Content. “Phenolic content in tea.” Editorial. Phenolic content in tea. Wikipedia, n.d. Web. 22 Sept. 2011. <6.^ a b c d e U.S. Department of Agriculture, USDA Database for the Flavonoid Content of Selected Foods, Release 2.1, January 2007>. 6.^ a b c d e U.S. Department of Agriculture, USDA Database for the Flavonoid Content of Selected Foods, Release 2.1, January 2007
  • 10. Images Bibliography "Foods Containing Polyphenols." 200y. livestrong.com. 20 9 2011 <http://www.livestrong.com/article/281491- foods-containing-polyphenols/>. http://indolinkfish.com. "Food For Combat and Prevent Disease." 2011. http://indolinkfish.com. 19 9 2011 <http://indolinkfish.com>. Kitchen, Science in the. "Your mother was a chemist." n.d. http://kitchenscience.sci- toys.com/oxidation. 20 9 2011 <http://kitchenscience.sci- toys.com/oxidation>.

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