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.

bioflavonoids (bī´ōflav´ənoidz´),

n.pl naturally occurring flavone or coumarin derivatives having the activity of so-called vitamin P. Their use in controlling gingival bleeding remains controversial.
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By nourishing and protecting the skin's ability to heal and reproduce, bioflavonoids like quercetin, hesperidin, and rutin help to safely and naturally restore and maintain a more youthful appearance.
Bioflavonoids, considered as classical examples for antioxidants have been already proved as effective agents in ischemia reperfusion injury of other organs.
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.
Citrus bioflavonoids, natural extracts that function similarly to hydroquinone, gently diffuse melanin, resulting in a more natural, brightened appearance.
Many individuals find that bioflavonoids can help strengthen the capillaries.
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.
Bioflavonoids are antioxidants, the compounds that squelch disease-causing free radicals in the body, Kaczor said.
A chapter on the functional benefits of bioflavonoids in tea and another on phytochemicals and gastrointestinal health complete the first part of the book on health benefits of phytochemicals (or, more correctly, possible health benefits).
Bioflavonoids are important to human health because they exhibit antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, and antiviral properties.
If hot flashes or night sweats continue, red clover standardized extract 40 mg twice daily can also be helpful, as are daily supplements of soy isoflavones (50 to 100 mg), bioflavonoids (1,000 mg) and vitamin C (up to 1,000 mg).
The company's product range includes: * Bioflavonoids * Citrus Zest * Dairy Powders e.