A subclass of flavonoids found in grapes and tea. Up to 30% of the dry weight of green tea leaves is catechins. Scientists believe catechins to be one of the important active substances that gives green tea extract its cancer-preventive and possibly curative properties in animal studies. But population studies show no such clear-cut protective effect

Foods Referencing Catechin

Red GrapesFull Nutrition Glossary

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