A new study observes a significant increase in skull bone repair in rat models of critical bone defects, following the repeated daily administration of pigenin, curcumin, and resveratrol, with apigenin found to induce the most consistent results.
A large-scale prospective cohort study of a Korean population finds strong inverse associations between total flavonoid intake and risk of hypertension, which was more pronounced for flavonoid sub-classes, and in men with a high BMI.
A recently published study investigating the antioxidant profiles of 12 fruit peels identified potent quantities, suggesting strong potential for their usage within nutraceuticals and food products to tackle a vast source of waste whilst offering food...
Greater intakes of flavonoid sub-classes, anthocyanin and isoflavone, were associated with lower prevalence of Metabolic Associated Fatty Liver Disease (MAFLD) in a new national population based study.
A combination of extracts from citrus and pomegranate may improve handgrip strength, a measure of physical fitness, and cognitive functioning for memory, learning, and concentration, says a new study from The Netherlands.
Danish biotech company, Biosyntia and French counterpart, Lantana Bio, have joined forces to step up development of sustainable flavonoids for use in dietary supplements, food and drink fortification, and personal care.
An award-winning nutrition researcher who was diagnosed with multiple-sclerosis (MS) aged 15 has taken inspiration from his life's research and personal experience to create a polyphenol-packed plant powder brand called Phytaphix.
A new randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trial supports the efficacy of Ingredients by Nature’s new bioflavonoid complex, branded as Eriomin, to help control blood sugar levels, inflammation and blood pressure.
Food supplements containing highly bioactive prenylated flavonoids could provide industry with ‘promising nutraceuticals with impressive biological activities’, say researchers. However finding the right enzymes or biotransformation process to produce...
An increased consumption of flavonoid-rich chocolate and soy may
decrease blood pressure and improve heart health, but other
flavonoids from other sources are not as effective, according to a