Polyphenols are ingredients found in the healthiest foods including garlic, tea, berries, herbs, vegetables and cocoa. Slight variations in polyphenol structures although sharing many protective benefits across the board, also seem to become more specific for favoring differing regions, organs and anatomical structures of the body.
Berries are a particularly rich source of polyphenols. They also contain other actively protective substances, such as vitamin C. Previous studies indicate that the consumption of polyphenol-rich foods (e.g., cocoa, green tea, and red wine) improve the function of systems related to cardiovascular health.
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