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AOR, C+Bioflavanoids, 100 caps - C+ Bioflavonoids contains pure vitamin C with the synergistic action of citrus bioflavonoids, rich in eriocitrin, hesperidin, neohesperidin, and other flavonols, flavanones, and flavones and their glycosides. Bioflavonoids synergistically support the func
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C + Bioflavanoids - 100 vcaps, aor vitamins supplements
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C + Bioflavonoids
- Contains bioflavonoids from oranges
- Recharges vitamin C
- More effective antioxidant than regular vitamin C
C + Bioflavonoids contains pure vitamin C with
citrus bioflavonoids including narirutin, didymin, hesperidin, and
hesperetin among other flavonols, flavanones, flavones and their
glycosides. Bioflavonoids and vitamin C function as phenolic
antioxidants for the maintenance of good health.
|| 925 mg
|Serving Size: 1 Capsule
|Amount Per Serving
|Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
|Non-medicinal ingredients: cassava dextrin. Capsule: hypromellose.
that no ingredients not listed on the label have been added to the
product. Contains no wheat, gluten, corn, nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds,
sulphites, mustard, dairy, soy, eggs, fish, shellfish or any animal
Adult Dosage: Take 1 capsule daily, or as directed by a qualified health care practitioner.
Cautions: None known
Vitamin C - synthetic, primarily from glucose; Bioflavonoids - citrus fruits;
- Vascular health
- Bones, skin, collagen
the discoverer of Vitamin C, also discovered flavonoids accidentally in
the late 30s. A friend given a crude vitamin C extracted from lemon
found relief, but later his gums started bleeding. Szent-Gyorgyi gave a
purer form of vitamin C thinking he would see better results. Instead,
his friend’s gums worsened! Yet upon administration of an isolated
flavonoid extract, his friend’s gums healed completely. Eventually,
Szent-Gyorgy demonstrated that scurvy symptoms were due to a combined
deficiency of Vitamin C and flavonoids.
The effect of flavonoids
on the vitamin may be due to its ability to recycle oxidized vitamin C:
when antioxidants neutralize free radicals, they become themselves weak
prooxidants. Flavonoids display an “antioxidant boosting” effect,
returning ascorbate to its active antioxidant form.
Bioflavonoids & Vitamin C
also called bioflavonoids, are natural plant pigments. They are a group
of polyphenolic antioxidant substances that are present in most plants,
concentrating in seeds, bark, flowers, and fruit skin or peel. The
human body cannot produce these phytochemicals, so we must get them
through diet or supplementation. The chemical structure is comprised of
two benzene rings on either side of a three-carbon ring. Flavonoids
comprise a large and varied group, distinguished from one another by the
addition of hydroxyl groups, sugars, methyl groups etc. The terminology
used to clarify the various classes of flavonoids includes: flavanols,
flavanones, proanthocyanins, isoflavonoids, etc. Flavonoids have a range
of biological activities themselves and have a synergistic effect on
Vitamin C activity.
Flavonoids were originally termed “Vitamin P”,
but flavonoids are so chemically diverse that they cannot be
categorized as a single nutrient. The following are some herbs whose
active ingredients are classified as flavonoids:
Strawberries- ellagic acids;
Ginkgo- ginkgoflavone glycosides;
Green tea- catechins;
Hawthorn berry- proanthocyanidins;
Grape seeds / skin- OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidins)
interesting observation was made by some Indian researchers from the
prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences: the vitamin C in
the extract of the fruit amla, which has the highest concentration of
ascorbate in any plant, had over ten times the bioavailabilty of
synthetic Vitamin C. Careful analysis revealed that the tannins present
in the amla fruit protected and enhanced the vitamin C activity.
Vitamin C provides the measure of antioxidant activity to which all
other antioxidant activity is compared. One in vitro study found that
vitamin C alone did not protect rat liver cells from gamma-radiation or
mitochondria from damage by SOD while amla did provide protection in
both cases in a dose and concentration-dependent manner. Interestingly,
vitamin C only made up a maximum of 9.4% of the water weight of the amla
extract. Another study comparing the antioxidant activity of several
antioxidants against vitamin C found that quercetin was more protective
against DNA damage than vitamin C, but that the combination of the two
was more protective than either one alone.
Other studies have found that some of the activities of the flavonoid quercetin were considerably enhanced by vitamin C.
C is the most popular antioxidant and general dietary supplement. It is
thought to be the “cure for all.” Sometimes an isolated component such
as vitamin C is effective, but other times, an extract containing the
full array of nutrients that nature provides is just what we need.
provides a high dose of Vitamin C, enhanced with bioflavonoids in order
to provide an even more effective vitamin C than most supplements,
replicating the way nature intended it.
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