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bioflavonoid

[¦bī·ō′flav·ə‚nȯid]
(biochemistry)
A group of compounds obtained from the rinds of citrus fruits and involved with the homeostasis of the walls of small blood vessels; in guinea pigs a marked reduction of bioflavonoids results in increased fragility and permeability of the capillaries; used to decrease permeability and fragility in capillaries in certain conditions. Also known as citrus flavonoid compound; vitamin P complex.
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Three of the better-known bioflavonoids, quercetin, hesperidin, and rutin, have intriguing research indicating their abilities to prevent and reverse wrinkles, reduce the appearance of age spots, and fight spider veins.
Important supplements to take are bilberry (160mg), vitamin C (500mg) and bioflavonoid complex (1000mg), twice daily.
It indicates that both bioflavonoids were effective in reducing the oxidative stress in testicular ischemia reperfusion (IR) injury.
Pycnogenol is a natural plant extract originating from the bark of the maritime pine that grows along the coast of southwest France and is found to contain a unique combination of procyanidins, bioflavonoids and organic acids, which offer extensive natural health benefits.
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Tomatoes contain vitamin C and bioflavonoids, which are both known to support the immune and vascular systems.
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Instead, replace your morning cuppa with green tea, which could give you a great summer energy rush as it contains bioflavonoids - plant compounds also found in fruits, vegetables which may help boost circulation and protect against cancers and cardiovascular disease.
Instead, replace your morning cuppa with green tea, which could give you a great summer energy rush as it contains bioflavonoids which may help improve circulation and protect against cardiovascular disease and certain cancers.