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Theaflavins are a group of molecules that are found in black tea and are supposed to be the bioactive part of black tea. Theaflavins have been found to be anti-carcinogenic and act on numerous points regulating cancer cell growth, survival, and metastasis. Theaflavins have shown to stimulate the longevity factor FOXO1.

Also known as: Theaflavins, Theaflavin


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