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Catechin is a polyphenolic flavonoid that has been isolated from a variety of natural sources including tea leaves, grape seeds, and the wood and bark of trees such as acacia and mahogany.1,2 Catechin is a more potent antioxidant than ascorbate or α-
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2. Ravindranath, M.H., Ramasamy, V., Moon, S., et al. Differential growth suppression of human melanoma cells by tea (Camellia sinensis) epicatechins (ECG, EGC and EGCG) Evidence-Based Complementary and alternative Medicine 6(4), 523-530 (2009).
Zhao, J., Wang, J., Chen, Y., et al. Anti-
4. Xu, J.Z., Yeung, S.Y.V., Chang, Q., et al. Comparison of antioxidant activity and bioavailability of tea epicatechins with their epimers British Journal of Nutrition 91(6), 873-881 (2004).
Suganuma, M., Okabe, S., Kai, Y., et al. Synergisitc effects of (--