bioflavenoids

bioflavenoids (bīˈ·ō·flāˑ·v·noidz),

n.pl compounds found in grapes, berries, and other fruits; vegetables; wine; and tea that are claimed to improve endothelial function, reduce LDL-C oxidation, and prevent and treat atherosclerotic vascular disease.
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They're all very rich in vitamin C and bioflavenoids, which support the immune system.
But the red and black grape varieties are high in bioflavenoids, antioxidants which are believed to neutralise free radicals, helping to protect the body against heart disease and cancer.
In addition advice may be given on the use of hot and cold packs and dietary factors such as vitamin C and bioflavenoids.
Vitamin supplements high in bio flavonoids, such as Solgars Citrus Bioflavenoids, pounds 9.
This pigment is the result of Hypericum's very high content of the bioflavenoids rutin, hyperin, quercetin, and quercitrin, all of which act, in part, as antioxidants.