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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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These healthy nutrients offer a variety of benefits and serve numerous functions including bioflavonoids for cellular health; alpha and beta carotene as a source of Vitamin A important for growth, development and proper function of various organs; anthocyanins as an antioxidant to fight free radicals; lycopene to support a healthy heart; lutein to help maintain healthy vision; a combination of glucosinolates from broccoli to support a healthy liver; and allylsulfides from garlic to promote healthy circulation(2).
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