Vitamin P (Bioflavonoids)- Benefits, Deficiency Symptoms And Food Sources
Other names :: Bioflavonoids
Bioflavonoids are not true vitamins in the strictest sense, they are sometimes referred to as vitamin P. Bioflavonoids are essential for the absorption of vitamin C, and the two should be taken together. The term bioflavonoids refers to many different ingredients and include hesperin, hesperidin, eriodictyol, quercetin, quercertrin, rutin etc. The human body cannot produce bioflavonoids, so they must be supplied in the diet.
Actions and benefits of vitamin P
Recommended dosage of vitamin P
No dosage has been determined of Vitamin P but 500 mg per day is indicated for supplementation.
Signs of Overdose:
Deficiency symptoms of Vitamin P
When more may be required
If you are stressed out, or are on drugs such as aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, oral contraceptives, diuretics or oestrogens, then the amount of bioflavanoids (vitamin P) may need to be increased.
Best food sources of vitamin P
How to use vitamin P
Liquid: the best form due to its high bio availability and fast absorption. Always choose liquid as your first choice when supplementing your diet.
Heat and/or moisture may alter the vitamin. Refrigeration is recommended.
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