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Anti-intellectualism is hostility towards and mistrust of intellect, intellectuals, and intellectual pursuits, usually expressed as the derision of education , philosophy , literature , art , and science , as impractical and contemptible.

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Anti-intellectualism is hostility towards and mistrust of intellect, intellectuals, and intellectual pursuits, usually expressed as the derision of education , philosophy , literature , art , and science , as impractical and contemptible.

Anti-intellectualism is hostility towards and mistrust of intellect, intellectuals, and intellectual pursuits, usually expressed as the derision of education , philosophy , literature , art , and science , as impractical and contemptible.

Вверх (2009)
# 115 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Emma Stone »
# 117 on STARmeter

A romantically challenged morning show producer is reluctantly embroiled in a series of outrageous tests by her chauvinistic correspondent to prove his theories on relationships and help ... See full summary  »

The amount of time tea is stored and the method by which it is brewed—steeping a tea bag versus using loose leaf—influence the phytochemical makeup of tea and how it tastes. That said, given the great variety of tea production and consumption practices, it is difficult to generalize about tea’s sensory properties and potential health benefits, such as its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. A number of variables involved with growing, processing and preparing tea influence the final brew.

Some tea phytochemicals—the compounds that may have health-protective effects in humans—are more influenced by production, storage and preparation than others. The primary phytochemicals responsible for the health claims of green tea, called catechins, are found in the highest concentrations in fresh leaves. These compounds decrease over time from harvest. However, processing freshly harvested tea leaves into green tea through heating, rolling and drying helps stabilize and even increase the shelf life of catechins.

Tea phytochemicals undergo various reactions during storage as the leaves interact with ambient oxygen and moisture and respond to fluctuations in light and temperature. Catechin levels are reduced significantly within six months of production.


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