Green and roasted mate : phenolic profile and antioxidant activity

@inproceedings{Agric2009GreenAR,
  title={Green and roasted mate : phenolic profile and antioxidant activity},
  author={Turk J Agric and N. Erol and Ferda Sari and Eda Calikoglu and Yakup Sedat Velioglu},
  year={2009}
}
Mate infusions have been recently and frequently used as dietary supplements because of their health effects to prevent atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease and to be antioxidant. The aim of this study was to determine phenolic compounds and antioxidant activities of green mate (GM) and roasted mate (RM) extracts and compare them with green tea (GT). Total polyphenol content of GM and RM extracts was found to be similar and to range from 237.20 to 438.50 mg gallic acid equivalent (GAE) g… CONTINUE READING

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