Green tea and cocoa powder are known around the world for their powerful antioxidant properties, and both are rich in catechins — a class of chemical compounds with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Now, researchers at the University of São Paulo's Public Health School (FSP-USP) argue that guarana (the seeds of a tropical shrub) is another worthy antioxidant source, containing more than ten times the amount of catechins found in cocoa powder.

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