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fla·vo·nol

(flā'vō-nol),
1. Reduced flavone.
2. flavone1 hydroxylated at position 3; a member of a class of vascular pigments.
3. Any hydroxylated flavone.
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However, participants in the highest quintiles of flavonol and flavanone intakes had modestly lower risk of ovarian cancer than that of participants in the lowest quintile, although the P-trend was not significant [HRs: 0.
Three of the tablets and two of the capsules contained no or very low levels of free flavonols when not subjected to acid hydrolysis.
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But the research was the first to show that nearly half of the total flavonol content of whole berries was left behind in the pomace instead of making its way into juice.
Les categories de flavonoides prises en compte ont ete les flavonones, les anthocyanines, les flavan-3-ols, les flavonoides polymeres, les flavonols et les flavones.
Researchers examined the relationship of the six main subclasses of flavonoids commonly consumed in the US diet - flavanones, anthocyanins, flavan-3-ols, flavonoid polymers, flavonols and flavones - with risk of ischemic, hemorrhagic and total stroke.
Fresh whole cranberries are already known to contain higher levels of flavonols than are present in most other berries and, in fact, more than in most fruits or vegetables.
Other compounds such as chlorogenic acid, flavonols and proanthocyanidins are also effective antioxidants.
Quercetin and procyanidins are examples of flavonols and flavanols, respectively.
It could be the flavonols in cocoa that bestow the benefit.
Various chemopreventive agents, food phytochemicals, flavonols, and polyphenols are discussed.
Flavonols are found in varying amounts according to variety in onions, kale, leeks, beans, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, apples, tea, black grapes and blueberries.