Tea leaves have numerous health benefiting properties. Polyphenols in tea can be beneficial for regulating blood sugar levels and preventing diabetes, says a new study.
A recent research has looked at why exactly some red wines taste dry as compared with other fruitier red wines.
Researchers have for the first time established a link between the intake of polyphenols, plant derived micronutrients, and longevity, says a study.It is for the first time that a scientific study associates high polyphenols intake ...
Pomegranate juice contains disease-fighting antioxidants - polyphenols that are neuroprotective in nature
Super foods may have been the mainstay of the health industry for a long time, but now researchers are questioning their much touted health promoting properties.Foods such as broccoli, blueberries and whole grains do contain ...
Drinking wine has long been associated with skin benefits including slowing down skin's ageing process. The anti-oxidants found in wine like polyphenols and resveratrol help fight free radicals that are associated with ageing. A recent ...
The many health benefits of green tea are now known to one and all green tea is loaded with antioxidants, polyphenols and flavonoids.
Caffeine and polyphenol compounds present in coffee can act as antioxidants, limiting the growth of potential colon cancer cells.
Benefits for heart health and diabetes management have been attributed to the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of the polyphenols in cranberries.
Black coffee is a potent stimulant for brain activity. It increases adrenaline in your blood and is therefore, excellent as a pre-workout drink.