Bioflavonoid therapy now available for northern oakland county residents
Most of the health benefits attributed to citrus bioflavonoids relate to their antioxidant activity, which has been demonstrated in numerous in-vitro and animal studies.
We offer bioflavonoid therapy via the Flavon Group. Flavon Group has received numerous national and international recognitions for its products, business model and the successful and outstanding operational results.
Citrus bioflavonoids are derived from fruits high in vitamin C, and they appear to act synergistically with the vitamin to neutralize free radicals. Bioflavonoids’ antioxidant properties are thought to be particularly beneficial for capillary strength.
Bioflavonoids have been used in alternative medicine as an aid to enhance the action of vitamin C, to support blood circulation, as an antioxidant, and to treat allergies, viruses, or arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.
Strawberries, grapes, apples, cranberries and blackberries are high in the bioflavonoid ellagic acid. Citrus fruits like lemons, limes, oranges, tangerines and grapefruits are rich in citrus bioflavonoids. Apples, peaches and plums are rich in the flavonoid flavan-3-ol.
Although the optimum daily bioflavonoid intake has not been determined, some supplement advocates recommend 2,000 to 6,000 mg of citrus bioflavonoids per day. Citrus bioflavonoids appear to have very low toxicity, and appear to be safe at this dosage range. Research indicates that some flavonoids found in grapefruit juice may interfere with an enzyme that breaks down certain drugs, increasing the drugs’ activity.