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Polyphenols
Definition

What does Polyphenols do for the body

Polyphenols are micronutrients that act as an Antioxidant. It protects the body from free radicals and slows the aging process. Polyphenols improve the immune system to fight cold and cough. It improves the texture and elasticity of the Skin. Polyphenols prevent Alzheimer's Disease and DNA damage.

Requirement of Polyphenols per day

1 gm to 2 gm

Benefits of Polyphenols

Polyphenols reduce the inflammation and fat build up in the Blood vessels. It stimulates the regeneration of the skin tissues and fades Scars. It inhibits the growth of LDL Cholesterol and reduces Cardiovascular stress. Polyphenols prevent Cancer and Heart Attack. It disinfects the respiratory tract and prevents Asthma.

Functions of Polyphenols

Polyphenols prevent hardening of the Arteries and Heart Diseases. It enhances the secretion of the Insulin and regulates the Glucose. Polyphenols keep the Bones and Joints healthy. This prevents the pain and treat Arthritis. It reduces Oxidative Stress and prevents Cell death.

Effects of Polyphenols deficiency in the body

Fatigue
Alzheimer's Disease
Blood Disorder

Effects of excess Polyphenols in the body

Liver Damage
Kidney Disorder
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Polyphenols

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