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    Food Antioxidants

    Tea Polyphenol

    (84650-60-2)
    green tea extract (Camellia sinensis L.) is a powerful anti-oxidant because of its catechin content, it is also known to be an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and a stimulant. In clinical studies, green tea demonstrates an ability to prevent or at least postpone the onset of such illnesses as cancer and heart disease. This is attributed to the catechin component’s ability to penetrate into a cell, thereby protecting the cell from free radicals and associated damage. Because of its anti-oxidant properties, green tea is usually incorporated into anti-aging formulations. When applied topically, it can also reduce skin swelling. In addition, it can be found in sunscreens, given its ability to extend the product’s SPF. The extract and its associated catechins can be obtained from both the plant and its dried leaves. other constituents of green tea include caffeine and phenolic acids.

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    Propylgallate

    (121-79-9)
    Antioxidant or synergist to retard or prevent rancidity in lard & other edible fats & oils, laboratory reagent.

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    Vitamin E D-alpha Tocopherol

    (59-02-9)
    α-Tocopherol is the most bioactive of the naturally occurring forms of Vitamin E. Richest sources are green vegetables, grains, and oils, particularly palm, safflower and sunflower oils.

    Tea tree oil

    (68647-73-4)
    Flavoring and antiseptic agent in personal hygiene items such as toothpaste; as a cosmeceutical.

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    Dilauryl thiodipropionate

    (123-28-4)
    Dilauryl Thiodipropionate (DLTDP) is an antioxidant that exists as white crystalline flakes of sweetish ester-like odor. It is insoluble in water but soluble in inorganic solvents. It is used in fats and oils to prevent rancidity. It is used in food when the total antioxidant content is not over 0.02% of the fat or oil content.

    2,2',6,6'-Tetramethyl-4,4'-biphenol

    (2417-04-1)
    2,2',6,6'-tetramethyl-4,4'-biphenol is used for the synthesis of liquid crystal polymer, the synthetic polymer material having a high strength, high modulus, excellent dimensional stability and used widely in various fields.
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    Food antioxidants are food additives that can prevent or delay food oxidative deterioration, improve food stability, and extend shelf life. There are currently more than 150 compounds available as antioxidants. However, food antioxidants require rigorous toxicological testing, and few of them can really be used as antioxidants. Mainly include free radical absorbers, enzyme antioxidants, oxygen scavengers, metal ion chelating agents. "Antioxidants" on Echemi mainly supplies chemical raw materials for food antioxidants.
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