Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Human Nutrition and Hospitality Management by Subject "total phenolic content"

Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Human Nutrition and Hospitality Management by Subject "total phenolic content"

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  • Gutierrez, Alyssa; Feng, Jiannan; Tan, Libo; Kong, Lingyan (2020-08-25)
    Phenolic compounds have been shown to decrease the rate of starch hydrolysis by inhibiting digestive enzymes for starch. Tea, rich in phenolic compounds, has been widely reported for its beneficial health effects. This ...

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