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Właściwości prozdrowotne mangostanu

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Health benefits of mangosteen

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Garcinia mangostana jest wiecznie zielonym drzewem rosnącym głównie w krajach azjatyckich. Gatunek jest również uprawiany w Ameryce Południowej oraz Australii. Owoce mangostanu są eksportowane do Japonii, Chin, a także do Europy. Mangostan jest surowcem niskokalorycznym, zawierającym wiele składników mineralnych, witamin oraz przeciwutleniaczy, z których najważniejszymi są polifenole i ksantony. Wiele badań wskazuje na jego znaczące właściwości prozdrowotne, przede wszystkim przeciwdrobnoustrojowe, przeciwnowotworowe, hipolipemiczne i immunostymulujące. Związki zawarte w owocu i skórce mangostanu charakteryzują się dużą aktywnością przeciwutleniającą i przeciwrodnikową.
Garcinia mangostana is evergreen tree growing mainly in Asian countries. It is also cultivated in South America and Australia, and exported to Japan, China and European countries. Mangosteen is low calorie fruit, rich in many minerals, vitamins and antioxidants of which the most important are polyphenols and xanthones. Number of studies has demonstrated that mangos-teen has many health-promoting properties, especially: antimicrobial, anti-cancer, lipid-lowering and immunostimulatory. Bioactive compounds present in fruit and rind of the mangosteen have a strong antioxidant activity and they are capable of free radicals scavenging.








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  • Katedra Technologii Żywienia Człowieka, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu, ul.Wojska Polskiego 31/33, 60-624 Poznań
  • Katedra Technologii Żywienia Człowieka, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu, Poznań
  • Katedra Technologii Żywienia Człowieka, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu, Poznań


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