phytochemicals


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phytochemicals

(fī-tō-kem-i-kălz),
Plant-based substances with attributes related to health (e.g., flavonoids) or disease (e.g., oxalates).
See also: functional food, designer food, nutraceutical, biochemopreventives.
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Dr Khan explained that emphasizing richly colored fruits and vegetables and cooking with herbs and spices can boost vitamin and phytochemical intake.
An excellent source of fiber and a good source of vitamin C, red pears also are packed with phytochemicals called anthocyanins and triterpenoids, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Growth Opportunities in the Phytochemicals Market in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2016 is part of Frost & Sullivans Future of Health, Beauty and Packaging Growth Partnership Subscription.
Summary: The present work was done to assess the phytochemical screening and anthelmintic potential of leaves and bark of Andrachne cordifolia (Wall.
2013a) nclude three nematicidal phytochemicals from roots: nonacosan-10-ol, 23a-homostigmast-5-en-3b-ol (Naz et al.
Methanolic extracts of spices had significantly higher phytochemical content compared to the aqueous extracts.
Antibacterial activity of different plant extracts and phenolic phytochemicals tested on Paenibacillus larvae bacteria.
As of 2014, the European phytochemicals & plant extracts market is dominated by Germany, followed by France and Italy.
One measure of the effect of phytochemicals in foods is their antioxidant effect.
It is unknown whether most phytochemicals are well absorbed in the body.
Natural products company ChromaDex Corporation (OTC Markets:CDXC) said on Tuesday that it has entered into a distribution agreement with IsoLife bv, a provider of stable isotope labelled phytochemicals and plant products.
The reason why fruits are such good guys is due to the presence of phytochemicals, the naturally occurring compounds in fruits.