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Heart Scan Blog Redux: Cheers to flavonoids

Because in Track Your Plaque we’ve been thinking a lot about anthocyanins, here’s a rerun of a previous Heart Scan Blog post about red wine. (Anthocyanins are among the interesting flavonoids in red wine, along with resveratrol and quercetin.) The … Continue reading

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Cheers to flavonoids

The case in favor of healthful flavonoids seems to grow bit by bit. Flavonoids such as procyanadins in wine and chocolate, catechins in tea, and those in walnuts, pomegranates, and pycnogenol (pine bark extract) are suspected to block oxidation of … Continue reading

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