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    Polyphenols are a very large group of very different chemicals that share the common features of several 6-carbon phenolic rings in their structure. There is such a variety of polyphenols that you cannot attribute any particular property to the entire category.
    Research into the effects of polyphenols on health continues. There is currently little evidence for in vivo bioavailability of polyphenols, although many are suspected of being possible carcinogens (causing rather than stopping cancer). Although it is clear that they as a class are not potent carcinogens. The only ones that have a noticeable effect on the development of cancer are a class of polyphenols called phytoestrogens, and even then the effect is very weak.

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