54_07plus/2010Cover Picture: Mol. Nutr. Food Res. S2'2010

Polyphenols are arguably the most intensely researched group of nutritional phytochemicals alleged to exert beneficial effects on human health. This special issue of Molecular Nutrition & Food Research provides a wide-ranging perspective of the breadth and depth of current research on this topic. Read more to learn about novel mechanisms which might explain the beneficial health effects of e.g. phenolic acids, extracts of bearberry and green olive leaves, tea polyphenols, polyphenols in wine fractions, xanthohumols, and analogues of resveratrol.

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