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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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24 It is also suggested that acetaminophen is responsible for hepatotoxicity in the current experiment by increasing oxidative stress in animals of group B and protection was provided by MEPP since the extract contained strong antioxidants and polyphenols such as condensed tannins and proanthocyanidins, anthocyanins (delphinidin, cyanidin and pelargonidin 3-glucosides and 3, 5-diglucosides) and flavinoids.
97%) but the highest yield of flavinoids was found in C.
Hibiscus contains flavinoids and phenolic acids which have potent antioxidant properties.
Later work established the presence of essential oils, resins and flavinoids anti-oxidants which can help fight heart disease.
Also, presence of flavinoids and phenylpropanoid glycosides (10-12), volatile oils (13), furanonaphthaquinones (3,14-16) and some hydrocarbons (4) have been documented.
More recently, the value of the effects-based approach for occupational programs was illustrated by the identification of "popcorn lung" disease from worker exposures to multiple flavinoids in microwave popcorn production.
John's Wort has many elements that are biologically active, including naphthodianthrones, flavinoids, and xanthones.
Chocolate is also rich in flavinoids - also found in red wine - and other chemical compounds known to reduce the likelihood of deep vein thrombosis and strokes.
She adds: "Chocolate is also rich in flavinoids ( also found in red wine ( and other chemical compounds known to reduce the likelihood of deep vein thrombosis and strokes.
She adds: 'Chocolate is also rich in flavinoids - also found in red wine - and other chemical compounds known to reduce the likelihood of deep vein thrombosis and strokes.
Then a study came out showing that Concord grape juice is rich in flavinoids, which have antioxidant and and-inflammatory effects on the heart and bloodstream.
The flavinoids found in liquorice have been shown to help kill Helicobacter pylori, the bacterium that cause most peptic ulcers.
Phenolics include some flavinoids found in grapes and other red fruits and vegetables, and vitamin C (ascorbic acid) found in most citrus fruits.