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Bioflavonoids (Flavonoids)

Bioflavonoids (also known as flavonoids) are a class of metabolites that are commonly found as plant secondary metabolites. The word comes from the Latin word for “yellow,” which is the color that these nutrients are when they are found in nature. For awhile, these were referred to as “Vitamin P,” but that fell out of popularity in the middle of the 20th century.

There are three primary places that you can find bioflavinoids in your everyday life. The rinds of green citrus fruits, such as limes, contain bioflavinoids, along with rose hips and black currants, all contain bioflavinoids. You can also find biofalvinoids in red bell peppers, sweet peppers, strawberries, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts. Adding these foods to your diet will help you get more bioflavinoids into your diet, which can result in a number of long-term health benefits.

Here are a few of the health benefits related to regularly ingesting bioflavonoids, whether through your diet or via supplements:

-Bioflavinoids have been proven to help with the absorption and the action of vitamin C, which helps enhance your immune system and overall health.
-Bioflavinoids have been shown to help support and enhance blood flow to various parts of the body.
-Bioflavinoids have been proven to help with inflammation, especially inflammation related to arthritis and other chronic conditions that cause inflammation.
-There is speculation that bioflavinoids can assist with the treatment of allergies, but not enough research has been done to prove this claim.

Many times, you can find bioflavonoids as an herbal supplement that is sold at retail stores. There are a number of herbal supplements that contain bioflavonoids as part of their solution, as well.

If you would like more information about the usefulness and safety of bioflavonoids, take a look at the following websites.
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flavonoid
- http://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/nutrition/vitamins-minerals/9-foods-rich-in-bioflavonoids.html#b
- http://www.drugs.com/mtm/bioflavonoids.html
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