Green Tea and Arthritis

By Will Chu, 18/02/2016


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    Question #1
    A compound in green tea may help treat -

    A: rheumatoid arthritisB: psoriasisC: gout

    Question #2
    Which phytochemical is being researched?

    A: epigallocatechin-3-gallateB: epigallocatechin-5-gallateC: lutein

    Question #3
    The following abbreviated polyphenol is NOT found in green tea leaves -


    Question #4
    The anti-inflammatory action of EGCG affected other cellular functions?

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #5
    The EFSA concluded that green tea was beneficial for brain health

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #6
    The research team assessing EGCG’s efficacy observed reduced swelling in which body parts of mice?

    A: tailsB: nosesC: belliesD: ankles

    Question #7
    Findings have paved the way for new research involving the signalling protein?

    A: TAK1B: TAK11C: KAT1D: KAT11

    Question #8
    The polyphenols researched are found in

    A: Dried Green Tea LeavesB: Fresh Green Tea LeavesC: A Combination of Fresh and Dry Green Tea Leaves

    Question #9
    White black tea contains 30% – 40% of water-extractable polyphenols, whilst green tea contains between 3% – 10%:

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #10
    There is promise of EGCG being able to enhance invasive growth of detrimental cells in rheumatoid arthritis:

    A: TrueB: False

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