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Antioxidant and Weight Loss Effects of Pomegranate Molasses.

@inproceedings{ChalfounMounayar2012AntioxidantAW,
  title={Antioxidant and Weight Loss Effects of Pomegranate Molasses.},
  author={A Chalfoun-Mounayar and Pierre Yared and Saad Khairallah and Ramez Chahine and Rabih Nemr},
  year={2012}
}
Pomegranate molasses (PM) is a large compound of the eastern diets, yet no research has been performed on this product. In this study, we measured the total polyphenols content of PM, compared to fresh pomegranate juice, obtaining 252.28 and 79.49 mg of Gallic Acid equivalent/L respectively. The antioxidant effect of PM and juice was then measured in vitro using electrolysis as a free radical generating system. At the concentrations of 100 to 600 l PM has strong antioxidant properties (4 times… 

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