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Green Tea is a substance that is being studied in the prevention of cancer. It is made from decaffeinated green tea, and contains chemicals called catechins, which are antioxidants. Also called Polyphenon E.
Green tea molecule can break up protein tangles in the brain that cause Alzheimer’s

Green tea molecule can break up protein tangles in the brain that cause Alzheimer’s

Moderate consumption of tea linked to lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Moderate consumption of tea linked to lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Higher tea intake linked with modestly lower risk of death

Higher tea intake linked with modestly lower risk of death

The risk of adverse reactions when herbal medications are taken with cancer drugs

The risk of adverse reactions when herbal medications are taken with cancer drugs

Tannins as therapeutic agents against SARS-CoV-2

Tannins as therapeutic agents against SARS-CoV-2

Green tea extract consumption can reduce blood sugar levels and improve gut health

Green tea extract consumption can reduce blood sugar levels and improve gut health

Mustard seed extract suppresses hydrogen peroxide levels in juice products

Mustard seed extract suppresses hydrogen peroxide levels in juice products

Diet rich in polyphenols can prevent inflammation in the elderly

Diet rich in polyphenols can prevent inflammation in the elderly

Study finds long-term tea drinking significantly increased sperm concentration

Study finds long-term tea drinking significantly increased sperm concentration

Green tea catechin as pan-coronavirus attachment inhibitor

Green tea catechin as pan-coronavirus attachment inhibitor

Study suggests tea polyphenols may modulate COVID-19 via intestinal microbiota

Study suggests tea polyphenols may modulate COVID-19 via intestinal microbiota

The association between green tea consumption and SARS-CoV-2 infection among Japanese

The association between green tea consumption and SARS-CoV-2 infection among Japanese

UMass Amherst professor receives $2 million NIH MIRA grant for trailblazing research

UMass Amherst professor receives $2 million NIH MIRA grant for trailblazing research

Combination of gallic acid and stretching decreases arthritis inflammation markers in the cells

Combination of gallic acid and stretching decreases arthritis inflammation markers in the cells

Higher intake of plant-based foods could help reduce the risk of cognitive decline due to aging

Higher intake of plant-based foods could help reduce the risk of cognitive decline due to aging

Green tea shown to increase the defensive capabilities of cells

Green tea shown to increase the defensive capabilities of cells

Polyphenol-rich diet improves the intestinal permeability in older adults

Polyphenol-rich diet improves the intestinal permeability in older adults

Research examines the effectiveness of various oral hygiene tools

Research examines the effectiveness of various oral hygiene tools

Including Japanese knotweed extract in processed red meat could reduce cancer risk

Including Japanese knotweed extract in processed red meat could reduce cancer risk

Flavonoids can potentially help prevent COVID-19-induced diarrhea, study finds

Flavonoids can potentially help prevent COVID-19-induced diarrhea, study finds