Definition of bioflavonoid in English:

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bioflavonoid

Pronunciation: /ˌbīōˈflāvənoid/

noun

Any of a group of compounds occurring mainly in citrus fruits and black currants, formerly regarded as vitamins. Also called citrin. See also vitamin P.
Example sentences
  • A daily multivitamin with bioflavonoids, biotins, vitamins A, C, D, E, and copper, manganese and zinc is a good start, but most important is a diet rich in essential fatty acids.
  • She also discusses the benefits of antioxidants, bioflavonoids, vitamins, liver-cleansing nutrients and botanicals, and phytoestrogens to help support the body in perimenopause and menopause.
  • To relieve pain and inflammation, take 1,500 mg of calcium gluconate and 5,000 mg of vitamin C with bioflavonoids (or until diarrhea starts, called bowel tolerance) for a day or two.

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Syllabification: bi·o·fla·vo·noid

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