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|Theaflavin Standardized Extract, 30 vegetarian capsules Item Catalog Number: 01304 An increasing number of scientists recognize the critical need to protect the arterial wall against low-density lipoprotein (LDL) oxidation and inflammatory insults. Research has shown that unique extracts present in black tea called theaflavins can have multiple applications for arterial health.1 New Theaflavin Standardized Extract contains a number of beneficial flavonoids found naturally in tea leaves that help support levels of cholesterol that are already within normal range.1 Theaflavins have been shown in human studies to protect against LDL oxidation and favorably affect endothelial function,2 thus helping to maintain healthy circulation. Scientists have also found that black tea flavonoids possess|