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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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Some of the antioxidants used for AMD include: carotenoids, vitamins C and E, bioflavonoids like quercetin, gingko biloba, bilberry, zinc, selenium, glutathione, and the amino acid taurine.
Today the company produces, among other ingredients, top-quality bioflavonoids such as isoquercetin, quercetin and rutin.
Uniflex, a dual bioflavonoid antioxidant system, protects joints from radical oxidants that accelerate the breakdown of cartilage and joint tissues.
DBS' Frutaceutical[TM] products are rich in natural bioflavonoid complexes, which provide manufacturers with powerful antioxidant, antimicrobial and nutritional properties, and a natural colorant for a broad variety of applications.
Specializing in cranberries, DBS' Fruitaceutical(TM) products are rich in natural bioflavonoid complexes, which provide manufacturers with powerful antioxidant, antimicrobial and nutritional properties, and a natural colorant for a broad variety of applications.
A bioflavonoid found in leafy plants and vegetables, it stimulates the microcirculation in the scalp encouraging the hair to grow.
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.
Quercetin, a bioflavonoid found in apples, berries, parsley, onions, grapefruit, and wine, has proven antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Important supplements to take are bilberry (160mg), vitamin C (500mg) and bioflavonoid complex (1000mg), twice daily.
Bioflavonoid, rutin is a powerful radical scavenger (22) and its free radical scavenging ability may be due to its inhibitory activity on the enzyme xanthine oxidase.
Ronacare[R] Isoquercetin is a naturally-based bioflavonoid that helps to compliment the skin's matrix protection system, it is a powerful antioxidant that offers anti-aging capabilities.
Experts believe it may be a bioflavonoid that may contribute to grapefruit's distinctive flavor.
Likewise, grapeseed extract, which concentrates these potent bioflavonoid antioxidants, has been shown to lower cholesterol deposits in the arteries of animals.
Soy isoflavone, a bioflavonoid, possesses antioxidant properties and has been associated with better bone health.
The bioflavonoid galangin blocks aryl hydrocarbon receptor activation and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-induced pre-B cell apoptosis.