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Polyphenols, Cardiovascular Risk and Cognitive Decline

Foods rich in polyphenols reduce coronary heart disease risk and cognitive decline and dementia

Bhavin Jankharia
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Polyphenols, Cardiovascular Risk and Cognitive Decline
Foods rich in polyphenols reduce coronary heart disease risk and cognitive decline and dementia

Polyphenols are naturally occurring compounds in plants that have health benefits. Taking off from last Sunday’s post and podcast on the super-rubbish of superfoods, it goes without saying that there is no single item of food that by itself can improve our health and longevity as a superfood in our atmasvasth quest.

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