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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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Bromelain has been used in conjunction with quercetin experimentally, as researchers have reason to believe that bromelain may enhance the transport of bioflavonoids (like quercetin) across the intestinal membrane.
One of the best ways to do that is with the bioflavonoid hesperidin.
Supplements should be high in vitamin C and bioflavonoids to ease swollen gums.
Particularly to our knowledge, no bioflavonoid had been tested on testicular IR injury.
RonaCare[R] Tiliroside is a bioflavonoid naturally found in plants that helps protect skin against redness and itching.
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.
Blueberries, compared to other berries, are rich in bioflavonoid compounds.
Specializing in cranberries, DBS's Fruitaceutical[R] 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.
Quercetin is a plant-derived bioflavonoid, and is used by some people as a nutritional supplement.
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9 ELDERBERRIES: Rich in vitamins A and C and bioflavonoid, elderberries also improve the functioning of the immune system.
Apigenin, a bioflavonoid found in some fruits and leafy vegetables, may enhance a cell's ability to repair UV damage.
These results suggest that the active component is unlikely to be a phytoestrogen, bioflavonoid, mycotoxin, or other known endocrine-disrupting agent that modifies cell growth via ER or type II [[sup.
Green Bay, WI, has launched a new product for liver care called Clinical Strength Liver Formula, which combines milk thistle and the potent bioflavonoid silybin with sesamin from sesame seed oil.