Myricetin

A naturally occurring flavonoid that is found in berries, fruits, vegetables, herbs, tea and wine. Many in vitro studies have demonstrated the antioxidant properties of myricetin. In vitro research also suggest that myricetin in high concentration is capable of modifying LDL cholesterol in a manner that enhances its uptake by white blood cells.

Foods Referencing Myricetin

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