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  • [1.1] [#Polyphenols
    - A typical cup of brewed green tea beverage (e.g., 2.5 g of leaves steeped for 3 min in 250 mL of water) contains 240 single bond 320 mg of catechins, of which EGCG is the most abundant, accounting for almost half of the total GTPs
  • [1.2] [#Flavonoid
    - flavonoids, a group of natural compounds abundant in plants sources, such as bark, roots, stems, fruits, vegetables, bulbs, wine, and tea, have gained widespread attention for their therapeutic effects such as anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, cardioprotective, anti-estrogenic, neuroprotective, and chemoprotective roles
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    - addition of Tea #Polyphenols increased #Akkermansia abundance in HF mice, which is consistent with previous research indicating that TP, #Cranberry, chlorogenic acid, and #Grape also increase the colonization of #Akkermansia in the gut - increase in small intestinal goblet cells in TP-treated mice, which secrete mucins, a food source for #Akkermansia development. - #Polyphenols increase intestinal mucus secretion which is the food source of #Akkermansia.
  • [1.4] [#Parkinson’s Disease
    - lower PD risk was also shown for higher intakes of vegetables (especially tomatoes, salad, cruciferous, carrots), #Nuts, and tea (median intakes from which results were significant were 3, 0.5, and 5 portions/day, respectively).

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