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Bioavailability is improved by enzymatic modification of the citrus flavonoid hesperidin in humans: a randomized, double-blind, crossover trial.
The results of this study demonstrated that the bioavailability of hesperidin was modulated by enzymatic conversion to hesperetin-7-glucoside, thus changing the absorption site from the colon to the small intestine, which may affect future interventions concerning the health benefits of citrus flavonoids. Expand
Absorption and excretion of black currant anthocyanins in humans and watanabe heritable hyperlipidemic rabbits.
In humans the absorption and urinary excretion of anthocyanins from black currant juice were found to be proportional with dose and not influenced by the ingestion of a rice cake, and in rabbits a larger proportion of the Anthocyanin rutinosides than of the glucosides was absorbed, whereas the structure of the aglycon had no influence on theabsor and excretion. Expand
Review of the Factors Affecting Bioavailability of Soy Isoflavones in Humans
It is important to consider the factors affecting bioavailability of isoflavones when designing intervention studies, as there is no consensus on which source of isOflavones results in the highest is oflavone bioavailability, and published studies present different results. Expand
Absorption, conjugation and excretion of the flavanones, naringenin and hesperetin from α-rhamnosidase-treated orange juice in human subjects
Bioavailability of naringenin is increased by conversion from rutinoside to glucoside, but the profile of the conjugates of flavanones formed and excreted in urine is neither affected by the absorption site nor by a 3-fold change in dose. Expand
Lycopene bioavailability and metabolism in humans: an accelerator mass spectrometry study.
Lycopene was extensively isomerized after dosing and rapidly metabolized into polar metabolites excreted into urine with the rapid peak of (14)CO(2) after dosed, which implies that β-oxidation was involved in the lycopene metabolism. Expand
Quantification of anthocyanins in commercial black currant juices by simple high-performance liquid chromatography. Investigation of their pH stability and antioxidative potency.
The antioxidant capacity of all 13 black currant juices was investigated by TEAC and FRAP, and the antioxidant potential of both the anthocyanin and the vitamin C contents in the juices was evaluated indicated that <70% of the antioxidants capacity of the juices could be attributed to the anthOCyanin content or to vitamin C, signifying that other very potent antioxidants are present in commercial blackCurrant juices. Expand
Increased bioavailability of hesperetin-7-glucoside compared with hesperidin results in more efficient prevention of bone loss in adult ovariectomised rats
Improved bioavailability of H-7-glc may explain the more efficient bone protection of this compound. Expand
Detection, stability and redox effects of black currant anthocyanin glycosides in vivo: Positive identification by mass spectrometry
Positive identification by mass spectrometry DTU Orbit (31/12/2018) Detection, stability and redox effects of black currant anthocyanin glycosides in vivo: Positive identification by massExpand
Composition containing flavanones, to improve the health of skin and hair, and coat
Composition for oral administration, which contains, as active ingredient, at least one flavanone compound, which is hesperidin, for use in prevention and / or treatment of skin diseases.