Natural Antioxidants, Phenolics Compounds and their Effects on the Health
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- Antioxidant, Phenolics, Tocopherol, Tannins, Stability, The Effect in Health
- Ammar, Al-Farga; Kamal-Alahmad, ; Korma, Sameh A.
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- Antioxidants are of growing interest in recent years. More and more research is focusing on natural food antioxidants as the public is becoming aware of the importance antioxidants play in a healthy diet. Tocopherols are the best known and most widely used antioxidants, Phenolic compounds are a key source of antioxidant activity in fruits. Flavonoids, Antioxidants are frequently added to industrial products. A common use as stabilizers in fuels and lubricants to prevent oxidation, and in gasolines to prevent the polymerization that leads to the formation of engine-fouling residues. In 2007, the worldwide market for industrial antioxidants had a total volume of around 0. 88 million tons.
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