bioflavonoids


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bi·o·fla·vo·noids

(bī'ō-flāv'on-oydz),
Naturally occurring flavone or coumarin derivatives commonly found in citrus fruits having the activity of the so-called vitamin P, notably rutin and esculin.

bi·o·fla·vo·noids

(bī'ō-flāv'ŏn-oydz)
Naturally occurring flavone or coumarin derivatives commonly found in citrus fruits.
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Three of the better-known bioflavonoids, quercetin, hesperidin, and rutin, have intriguing research indicating their abilities to prevent and reverse wrinkles, reduce the appearance of age spots, and fight spider veins.
Bioflavonoids, considered as classical examples for antioxidants have been already proved as effective agents in ischemia reperfusion injury of other organs.
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Instead, replace your morning cuppa with green tea, which could give you a great summer energy rush as it contains bioflavonoids - plant compounds also found in fruits, vegetables which may help boost circulation and protect against cancers and cardiovascular disease.
Instead, replace your morning cuppa with green tea, which could give you a great summer energy rush as it contains bioflavonoids which may help improve circulation and protect against cardiovascular disease and certain cancers.
'06], I have used Bronson's #145 crystals with bioflavonoids, and I feel assured it protects against infections.
Dietary supplements that contain grapefruit bioflavonoids and other products made with the pulp or peel of grapefruit also can interact with certain medications.
Many individuals find that bioflavonoids can help strengthen the capillaries.
Also suggested standardization methods such as those based on levels of hypericin or bioflavonoids as the representative compounds with known pharmacological effects and naphtodianthrones as a good indicator of successful extraction are very useful.
Although any kind of alcohol has cardiovascular benefits, red wine has the additional benefit of being rich in bioflavonoids that decrease platelet stickiness (to discourage abnormal blood clots) and act as strong antioxidants.
Chilies also are loaded with bioflavonoids, the substance that gives color to red, yellow and purple fruit and vegetables.