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A new role for milk: Delivering polyphenols with anti-cancer activity
Date:12/19/2013

r cell proliferation after EGCG was added to different milk products, including skim milk, milk whey, and milk serum. While some differences were noted in cell proliferation at lower concentrations between EGCG in control medium and EGCG diluted in the milk components, at higher EGCG concentrations (0.8 mg/mL and above), EGCG reduced cancer cell growth by 80% or more, whether diluted in milk or not.

"In order to exert their biological health benefits in vivo, polyphenols must be available and still active, even when present in a food matrix," comments Dr. Haratifar. "This study showed that the binding of EGCG to the casein micelles did not affect the bioefficacy of EGCG and cell uptake at concentrations higher than 0.03 mg of EGCG/mL of skim milk."


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