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Gut microbial catabolites of black tea polyphenols (BTPs) have been proposed to exert beneficial cardiovascular bioactivity. This… Expand The antiobesity effects of Chinese black tea (Pu‐erh tea) and of gallic acid (GA) were investigated using in vitro and in vivo… Expand OBJECTIVE
The effects of certain tea components on the prevention of obesity in humans have recently been reported, although it… Expand In the present study, an attempt has been made to explore the neuroprotective and neuroreparative (neurorescue) effect of black… Expand BACKGROUND
This study investigates the role of black tea extract in protection against oxidative damage induced in mice by a… Expand Black tea contains two major groups of pigments, theaflavins (TFs) and thearubigins (TRs). TFs contain a bis-flavan substituted 1… Expand Catechins and theaflavins, polyphenolic compounds derived from tea (Camellia sinensis, fam. Theaceae), have been reported to have… Expand The purpose of our study was to explore the possible scavenging property of black tea and catechins, the major flavonols of tea… Expand Epidemiologic studies indicated that tea consumption reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. We assessed the effect of green… Expand The effect of p.o. administration of tea on nitrosamine-induced carcinogenesis was investigated. Female A/J mice were given N… Expand