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In marked contrast, ferulic acid and quinic acid had no protective effect against this nitrosative stress.
Hepatoprotective, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic actions of quinic acid and its derivatives have been previously described (22-26).
Some aromatic flavors, namely blueberry, strawberry and sweet aromatic flavors, negatively correlated with quinic acid.
These quinic acid esters can inhibit growth without actually killing the cancer cell.
Acetic acid, formic acid, quinic acid and glycolic acids are examples of acids that reach their highest concentration during the roasting process.
Of these antioxidants, those of most significance are quinic acid, known for its antiviral properties, chlorogenic acid, recognized for its properties as an appetite suppressant, and ferulic acid, a clinically proven anti-inflammatory.
Quinic acid, which is abundant in cranberries, may also help prevent the body from developing painful kidney stones.
Four key polyphenols--chlorogenic acid, condensed proanthocyanidins, quinic acid and ferulic acid--contribute to the antioxidant potency of coffee berry extract, which outperforms other commonly known natural antioxidants such as green tea, pomegranate, and vitamins C and E on the U.
in California, they used quinic acid from the tropical cinchona tree.