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Latest company new about Hesperidin as a Vitamin

Hesperidin as a Vitamin

Hesperidin is a citrus bioflavonoid that contains flavonoid glycosides, which are composed of flavonoids and rutin. Lemons and peppers contain high amounts of hesperidin and are mainly concentrated in the peel and film. Sweet oranges are one of the richest food sources, and their pulp is richer in flavonoids. The role of hesperidin Hesperidin and flavonoid glycosides are mainly used in Europe to treat venous insufficiency and hemorrhoids. Hesperidin and rutin help reduce capillary permeability and are anti-inflammatory. They are both classified as vitamin P. Animal tests have found that hesperidin may be beneficial in the treatment of vascular disease, cancer and some autoimmune diseases, and can be used as an anti-allergy drug in people. It is an important nutrient that works with vitamin C to keep collagen healthy and avoid sagging skin and wrinkles caused by collagen breakdown. Hesperidin is most effective only when it works synergistically with vitamin C, otherwise its efficacy is minimal. Hesperidin is a vitamin drug that can supplement vitamins and other trace elements. After using it, the body will feel very relaxed, and the psychological pressure and the impact of physical diseases will be alleviated. The taste of hesperidin is not particularly bitter, so it will not cause nausea and vomiting and other adverse phenomena, or use after meals can promote intestinal digestion and absorption. If you encounter malnutrition and your body's immune system is too low, you can adapt to it, but if it is the first time to use it, you should follow the doctor's advice.
Latest company new about Hesperetin Anti - tumor Medicinal Value

Hesperetin Anti - tumor Medicinal Value

Hesperetin is a natural flavonoid, widely present in the fruit of Rutaceae. The main active ingredient in the fruit of the plant, hesperetin is the glycosyl ligand of hesperidin. It contains ketone carbonyl group, ether group, methoxy group and multiple phenolic hydroxyl groups, which makes it have a wide range of pharmacological effects. Hesperetin does not accumulate in any organ, and is safe to use with no obvious side effects. Early studies on the pharmacological effects of hesperetin mainly focused on antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidative, anti-viral, anti-allergic, lipid-regulating, immune-enhancing and anti-cancer aspects. In recent years, it has been reported that hesperetin and its derivatives also have anti-Alzheimer's disease, anti-Parkinson's disease, anti-hyperglycemia, anti-venom hemagglutinin, anti-lung, kidney, liver fibrosis and some new tumor inhibition, etc.   Pharmacological effects:   1)Anti-tumor effect: Hesperetin has anti-oxidative effect, which can prevent cancer caused by genetic changes caused by these factors. Promote the efflux of P-glycoprotein-mediated drugs from tumor cells, and flavonoids (hesperetin, etc.) can change the permeability of the blood-brain barrier to vincristine, and it is also related to its concentration. Low concentrations of flavonoids can reduce the uptake of vincristine by brain capillary endothelial cells; on the contrary, high concentrations can promote it.     2)Hypolipidemic effect: Hesperetin can inhibit the function of cholesterol generation enzymes and esterase enzymes, thereby achieving the effect of lowering blood lipids.     3) Antioxidant effect: Hesperetin can avoid the harm caused by peroxidation by removing peroxynitrite ions.   4) Anti-inflammatory effect: Hesperetin can inhibit the mediating effect of inflammatory mediators, thereby indirectly inhibiting the inflammatory response. Compared with hesperidin, hesperetin has a stronger anti-inflammatory effect, and hesperetin C7 linked to rutose has an effect on its anti-inflammatory activity.   5) Cardiovascular protection: Hesperetin has the effect of reducing blood lipids and vascular permeability, and can prevent thrombosis. Hesperetin can also protect endothelial cells from hypoxia by stimulating certain mitochondrial enzymes such as succinate dehydrogenase, preventing coagulation caused by endothelial cell necrosis and inducing thrombosis. In addition, hesperetin promotes antiplatelet coagulation activity by inhibiting the phosphorylation of PLCγ2 and its downstream signaling, which can prevent the formation of thrombus and is beneficial to the cardiovascular system.
Latest company new about Healthy Natural Sweeteners

Healthy Natural Sweeteners

Sweeteners are food additives that impart sweetness to soft drinks. Sweeteners can be divided into nutritive sweeteners and non-nutritive sweeteners according to their nutritional value; according to their sweetness, they can be divided into low-sweetness sweeteners and high-sweetness sweeteners; Divided into natural sweeteners and synthetic sweeteners.   The main functions of sweeteners in food are as follows: 1)Taste: Sweetness is one of the indicators of many foods. In order to make food and beverages taste palatable, a certain amount of sweetener needs to be added. 2)For the adjustment and enhancement of flavor, sweetness is generally required in cakes; in beverages, there is a "sugar-acid ratio" for flavor adjustment. Sweeteners allow products to achieve good flavor while retaining fresh flavor. 3)The formation of flavor, sweetness and the flavor of many foods are complementary to each other, and the flavor of many products is produced by the combination of flavor substances and sweeteners, so many foods are added with sweeteners.   There are many types of sweeteners, which can be divided into: according to their sources, they can be divided into natural sweeteners and artificial sweeteners; according to their nutritional value, they can be divided into nutritive sweeteners and non-nutritive sweeteners; according to their chemical Structure and properties are divided into sugar and non-saccharide sweeteners.   Although sugars such as glucose, fructose, sucrose, maltose, starch sugar and lactose are also natural sweeteners, they are often regarded as food raw materials because they have been eaten by humans for a long time and are important nutrients, and are not used as food additives in China.   Non-sugar sweeteners include natural sweeteners and artificial sweeteners. Natural sweeteners include stevia, licorice, disodium glycyrrhizinate, tripotassium glycyrrhizinate and trisodium glycyrrhizinate. Synthetic sweeteners include saccharin, sodium saccharin, sodium cyclamate, aspartame, alitame, and the like.   Naringin dihydrochalcone (NADC) is a new type of sweetener. Compared with sucrose, it has the characteristics of high sweetness, low calorific value, non-toxicity and safety. It can be used in food, medicine and daily chemical industry. But without the debittering properties of NHDC.   The taste is refreshing, the aftertaste is long-lasting, and it has a special fragrance, which has a good effect of shielding bitterness, especially suitable for dairy products, fats and oils, and frozen foods.   In processed vegetables, jellies, jams, non-alcoholic beverages, chewing gum, toothpaste and buccal tablets. As a substitute for sugar, it can also reduce the intake of sugar in the human body, and is suitable for obese patients and diabetics.
Latest company new about Where is aurantium suitable for cultivation

Where is aurantium suitable for cultivation

Citrus aurantium is the name of traditional Chinese medicine. It is generally the product of the drying of young lime fruit. It belongs to the family Rutaceae and citrus. At the highest time, the citrus tree can grow to about eight meters, and the fruit is generally spherical or oblate. In fact, citrus aurantium is also known as lime, which is very similar to lemon. So where is citrus aurantium suitable for planting?   At present, there are still a small number of citrus aurantium in the market that are wild, but they are mainly cultivated artificially. In fact, Citrus aurantium does not have high requirements on the growing environment, and it can be grown in most areas of my country. Among them, Sichuan, Jiangxi, Fujian, Jiangsu and the south of the Qinling Mountains are the main ones. The yield and quality of citrus aurantium grown in these areas will be relatively better than those grown in other areas.   Citrus aurantium has a relatively developed root system, a long tree age, and a higher use value that can be utilized. Moreover, its drought resistance, cold resistance and disease resistance are good, and it is not difficult to plant. The second is that general land can be planted, but it is better to plant in acidic soil, which has certain characteristics of salt and alkali resistance. Therefore, the growth habit of Citrus aurantium is relatively simple, but the varieties and strains of Citrus are very complicated.   Sichuan is known as the hometown of traditional Chinese medicine and the library of traditional Chinese medicine. It is rich in resources of traditional Chinese medicinal materials. Policy guidance provides good opportunities for industrial development. Strengthen exchanges and cooperation to enable Sichuan's traditional Chinese medicine industry to exert greater potential.   In the first November of 2021, Sichuan's foreign trade continued to grow. On December 11, according to customs statistics, from January to November, the total import and export value of Sichuan’s trade in goods was 853.86 billion yuan, ranking 8th in the country, an increase of 16.2% over the previous year (the same below), and an increase of 38.7% compared with the same period in 2019.Among them, exports were 508.29 billion yuan, an increase of 20.4%, and an increase of 43.4% compared with the same period in 2019; imports were 345.57 billion yuan, an increase of 10.5%, an increase of 32.4% compared with the same period in 2019.   Overall, from January to November 2021, the overall situation of Sichuan's foreign trade will be good, the import and export will continue to grow, and the foreign trade structure will continue to be optimized.
Latest company new about Natural Pure Plant Extract Hesperidin

Natural Pure Plant Extract Hesperidin

Hesperidin is the dried young fruit extract of Citrus aurantium L. and its cultivars or Citrus sinensis Osbeck. Rutaceae bergamot fruit, banana citrus fruit, citrus fruit, lemon fruit, quinoa pericarp, citron ripe fruit; cruciferous shepherd's purse with root whole plant.Hesperidin is a flavanone glycoside found in citrus fruits. Its aglycone form is called hesperetin. Its name is derived from the word "hesperidium", for fruit produced by citrus trees. Hesperidin was first isolated in 1828 by French chemist Lebreton from the white inner layer of citrus peels (mesocarp, albedo). Hesperidin is extracted from the dried young fruit of Citrus aurantium L. and its cultivars or Citrus sinensis Osbeck. Hesperidin is a flavonoid that can be found in the rind of citrus fruits. Flavonoids are polyphenols that are important to human health and have antioxidant properties. They are responsible for providing color and flavor to citrus fruits. Hesperidin is also often sold in the form of health products, which has the effect of repairing and preventing cardiovascular diseases. Hesperidin is sometimes called bioflavonoids or vitamin P. Although there are pure extracts, most of them are in the form of multivitamins. Citrus fruits contain a lot of this ingredient, so you can eat these fruits to get the nutrients you need. Flavonoids and vitamins are important to everyone. Hesperidin is most easily found in foods rich in vitamin C, and it is a very important component for vitamin C absorption. Vitamin C is composed of molecular chains, and flavonoids can end this chain and make this vitamin more soluble in water and absorbed by the body. People who have problems with vitamin absorption can usually take hesperidin supplements to reap the benefits.  
Latest company new about Natural Sophora Japonica Extract Quercetin

Natural Sophora Japonica Extract Quercetin

Quercetin is a flavonol compound that is widely distributed in the plant kingdom and has a variety of biological activities. Its chemical formula is C15H10O7.   The name Quercetin has been in use since 1857 and evolved from the Latin "Quercetum", which means oak forest.   These substances are natural pigments that plants have evolved over hundreds of millions of years. In addition to giving fruits and vegetables more color, their most important role is like the immune system, which is the key to plants to resist external aggression and continue life.   Quercetin is widely present in the bark, flowers, leaves, buds, seeds, and fruits of many plants, mostly in the form of glycosides, such as rutin, quercetin, hyperoside, etc. Quercetin can be obtained by acid hydrolysis Cortex. Among them, the content is higher in buckwheat stems and leaves, sea buckthorn, hawthorn and onion. Quercetin is also found in many foods, such as onions, shallots, asparagus, cabbage, mustard greens, green peppers, chicory, grapefruit, lettuce, hawthorn, apples, mangoes, plums, radishes, blackcurrants, potatoes and spinach, etc. Among vegetables and fruits, quercetin content is highest in onions. The bulb color and type seems to be a determining factor for quercetin concentration in onions.   In research, it was discovered that quercetin has a variety of biological properties, including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, free radical scavenging, and immunomodulatory activities. These properties form the basis for the potential benefits of overall health and disease resistance.   Quercetin is a kind of Chinese medicinal material with a wide range of uses. This kind of Chinese medicinal material has many names, such as quercetin. It is called quercetin sphingomyelin by people in many regions. When people come to the elderly, they are called quercetin. Vascular effects will be reduced. For example, blood vessels will become fragile, residues will appear on blood vessel walls, and hyperlipidemia is very prone to occur. In order to deal with this problem, quercetin can be used.    
Latest company new about Healthy Sugar Citrus Aurantium Extract Neohesperidin Dihydrochalcone Used In Sweetener

Healthy Sugar Citrus Aurantium Extract Neohesperidin Dihydrochalcone Used In Sweetener

Healthy Sugar Citrus Aurantium Extract Neohesperidin Dihydrochalcone Used In Sweetener   Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone, sometimes abbreviated to neohesperidin DC or simply NHDC, is an artificial sweetener derived from citrus. Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone is a flavonoid derivative obtained by hydrogenation of neohesperidin extracted from natural citrus plants. As a high-sweetness, low-calorie sweetener, NHDC has a sweetness of about 1500 times that of sucrose. It has been widely used in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries for more than half a century. Compared with chemically synthesized high-intensity sweeteners, neohesperidin dihydrochalcone has higher safety and stability. Compared with other natural sweeteners, neohesperidin dihydrochalcone has high sweetness, low calories, and taste closer to sucrose. In addition, regular consumption of neohesperidin dihydrochalcone is beneficial to regulate blood sugar, has a certain preventive effect on cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, and can also promote mineral absorption. With the progress of society, the development of technology and the improvement of living standards, consumers' requirements for food are not limited to satisfying taste, but are more inclined to seek food with health care functions. For sweet foods, the intake of sucrose will become less and less, and high-power sweeteners used to replace sucrose will gradually become the overlord of the sweet world.   Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone is prepared by hydrogenating raw materials extracted from natural citrus plants and is a green food additive. Currently in our country, it is allowed to be widely used in food and feed. Compared with other sweeteners, it has lower calories, so there is no adverse effect on human blood sugar and blood lipid levels. These characteristics are very attractive to consumers who are paying more and more attention to their own health.
Latest company new about Source Of Phosphatidylserine

Source Of Phosphatidylserine

Soybean is one of the most important food crops in China. Domesticated from Glycine soja Sieb. Et Zucc., there are about 1000 known cultivars.   Soybean contains about 20% fat, about 40% protein, also contains rich vitamins, rich nutrition, in addition to for direct consumption, can be used for soy sauce, soy sauce and a variety of bean food; Stem, leaf, soybean meal and coarse soybean meal as fertilizer and excellent livestock feed. The processed tissue protein, protein concentrate, protein isolate and fibrin of soybean meal can be used for a variety of foods, such as artificial meat, casein, monosodium glutamate and the raw materials of papermaking, plastic industry, artificial fiber, gunpowder, etc. Soybean oil is not only mainly used for food, but also for lubricating oil, paint, soap, porcelain glaze, artificial rubber, preservative and other important raw materials. Many important products, such as phospholipid used in food industry and stigmasterol and sitosterol used as cheap sterol hormone raw materials for medicine industry, can be obtained from the residue of oil extraction. There are more than 500 industrial uses for soybeans. In addition, there are medicinal nourishing heart, dispelling wind mingmu, clearing heat li shui, huoxue detoxification.   Phosphatidylserine extracted from natural soybean oil residue. It is the active substance of cell membrane, especially in brain cells. Its function is mainly to improve the function of nerve cells, regulate the conduction of nerve impulses, and improve the memory function of the brain. Because of its strong lipophilic properties, it can quickly enter the brain through the blood-brain barrier after absorption, and play a role in relieving vascular smooth muscle cells and increasing blood supply to the brain.   Phosphatidylserine (PS) is regarded as a new "intelligent nutrient" after choline and "brain gold" DHA. Experts believe the natural substance helps keep cell walls flexible and increases the efficiency of neurotransmitters that carry signals to the brain, helping the brain function more efficiently and triggering a state of activation.
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