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any of a large class of plant pigments having a chemical structure based on or similar to flavone

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Utilizing simple saline nasal washes to reduce antigen loads and a natural combination of botanical bioflavonoids and enzymes, as mentioned above, at the beginning of allergy season significantly reduces allergy symptoms when exposed to antigens.
This product is available in 60 vegetarian capsules, with each 2-capsule serving providing 500 milligrams of the bioflavonoid quercetin and 250 milligrams of the enzyme bromelain.
Bioflavonoids have the ability to neutralize reactive oxygen species by donating one of their electrons, thus stabilizing the molecule and breaking the oxidative chain.
Bromelain supplements, alone and in combination with bioflavonoids and other ingredients, are available from many companies, such as Now Foods' Quercetin with Bromelain (nowfoods.
NATIONAL BIO-FGREEN SCIENCES INTRODUCES HANDSAN, an alcohol-free, organic hand cleanser made solely from organic, complex bioflavonoids, organic acids, vitamins and water with no artificial preservatives.
Supplements should be high in vitamin C and bioflavonoids to ease swollen gums.
A great source of fiber, broccoli provides lots of bioflavonoids, antioxidants that help protect against cancer and heart disease.
Rosehips are also crammed with substances called bioflavonoids.
It contains eriodictyol glycoside bioflavonoids, vitamin B6 and B12, and vitamin C.
Bioflavonoids, like rutin and naringin, were proved beneficial as antioxidants particularly they were found useful in IR injury of other organs i.
4) A water-soluble mixture that is naturally rich in citrus bioflavonoids, such as orange juice, was found to be capable of inhibiting increased capillary permeability and acting as an anti-inflammatory across a larger pH range of exudates than even cortisone.
These include oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs) and other bioflavonoids like catechin, epicatechin, phenolic fruit acids, and taxifolin.
That beautifully orange-yellow peel of the nectarine is overflowing with bioflavonoids - it is especially rich in carotenoids.