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The Polyphenolic Family

Feb 10, 2014 | 1 min read

Flavanoids, flavanols, catechins, isoflavones and anthocyanins are all part of the polyphenolic family (polyphenols).  The infographic below shows how this fit together in relation to each other.

The Polyphenolic Family Infographic
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Jan 22, 2017
This is excellent information - thank you for compiling this. I've seen the different types of polyphenols present in various supplements but never seen how they are all related to each other.
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