Hesperidin is a chemical that is primarily found in the Rutaceae family of citrus fruits. Its most abundant source is the bitter orange, known scientifically as Citrus aurantium, which many contain up to 2,500 parts per million of hesperidin. Other citrus fruits such as lemons, limes and oranges also contain high levels of hesperidin. A few plants outside the citrus family such as peppermint have a significant hesperidin content.
Plant defense is the primary biological role of hesperetin, which also gives citrus fruits their characteristic flavor. Sweet oranges (Citrus sinensis) are the most abundant dietary source of hesperidin. The highest concentrations are in the peel and mesocarp, so orange juice with pulp has more hesperidin than orange juice without pulp. Hesperidin is inexpensive to produce at high levels of purity since it is a natural by-product of citrus fruit cultivation.
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Product appearance: This product is white or light yellow powder; it belongs to flavonoids.
To reduce the brittleness and permeability of capillaries, it is used for the auxiliary treatment of hypertension and capillary hemorrhagic diseases. It has anti-inflammatory, antiviral and anti frostbite. It has the functions of stomachache, expectorant, antitussive, wind expelling, diuresis, antitussive and stomachache. It can also be used as food additive.
Antioxidant protection,circulation enhancement,anti-aging,cellulite
The flavonoid hesperidin (typically derived from citrus fruits, such as bitter orange) has been widely researched for decades and has been found in numerous studies to help boost circulation and thereby fight water retention. It is also a well-known antioxidant.
Hesperetin and hesperidin stimulate fat release and fat brekdown
Hesperetin was found to decrease the expression of resistin, adiponectin, aP2, LPL, PPAR-γ, and TNF-α in mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) and to significantly inhibit adipocyte differentiation and to increase the proapoptotic gene expression levels in preadipocytes.
Hesperidin protests fat cells from inflamation,helps fight celulite
Inflammation and oxidative damage are key components of cellulite, as well as diabetes and several other so-called civilisation diseases, such as heart disease and arthritis. Recent research has now looked into 28 polyphenols (such as hesperidin, resveratrol, epigallocatechin gallate and curcumin) and concluded that those polyphenols protect fat cells from both oxidative damage and inflammation, by reducing inflammatory hormones, such as IL-6.
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