The Ethical Use Of Flavonoids In The Body

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Flavonoids have different chemical natures depending on their structural class, degree of polymerization, degree of hydroxylation and other substitutions and conjugations. In humans and animals flavonoids cannot be synthesized by the body. Therefore any flavonoids found in the body of animals are not said to be biosynthesised in the body but are considered to have originated by the plants that the animals have been feeding on. (Shashank Kumar.2013) The nutrient group is most famous for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory health benefits they are also known for their support of the cardiovascular and nervous system. They also help support the detoxification of potentially tissue-damaging molecules; their intake is often associated with the

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