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Holistic Treatment Will Change Your LIfe


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  1. 1. “We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves; otherwise we harden” Simplest & Best Ever Rejuvenation Programme Welcome
  2. 2. “Obviously everyone wants to be successful, but I want to be looked back on as being very innovative, very trusted and ethical and ultimately making a big difference in the world.” Dr Pankaj Bharti Its Me
  3. 3. “Attention to health is life's greatest hindrance” Will Change Your Life A Little Attention
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  5. 5. We Treat Life Style Disorders (>85% Diseases are Life Style Diseases)
  7. 7.  Nutritional deficiencies, Imbalances  Over cooking of Food  Eating bad Food combinations  Less intake of fluids, water, etc.  Stale food, fast & junk food  Excessive intake of salt, sugar; saturated, refined & trans fats  Cola / carbonated / alcoholic drinks, etc. FAULTY DIET
  8. 8.  Irregular sleep pattern, less sleep & day time sleep  Bad posture i.e. sleeping, sitting and driving, etc.  Lack of physical activities & Exercises  Irregular food pattern, etc. FAULTY LIVING
  9. 9. Physical stress Mental stress Emotional Social EXCESSIVE STRESS
  10. 10. “When the earth is sick and polluted, human health is impossible.... To heal ourselves we must heal our planet, and to heal our planet we must heal ourselves.” Air Water Food Radiations Noise Smoking “The human body is sacred - the veritable tabernacle of the divine spirit which inhabits it. It is a solemn duty of mankind to develop, protect and preserve it from pollution, unnecessary wastage and weakness.” POLLUTION
  11. 11. “Three-quarters of the sicknesses of intelligent people come from their intelligence. They need at least a doctor who can understand this sickness. “ Faulty Diet Faulty Living Excessive Stress Pollution RESULTS IN
  12. 12.  Impaired Digestion, Absorption & Assimilation  Congested Vital Excretory Organs i.e. Colon, Liver, Kidney, etc.  Accumulation of toxins &  Metabolic by-product  Overproduction of free radicals  Imbalance in Acid and Alkali  Nutritional Deficiencies & Imbalances PHYSIOLOGICAL IMBALANCE
  13. 13. "Attention all parasympathetic forces. Urgent. Adrenal gland missile silos mounted atop kidneys have just released chemical cortisol weapons of brain destruction. Mobilize all internal defenses. Launch immediate counter-calm hormones before hippocampus is hammered by cortisol.“ Hormones rush to your adrenal glands to suppress the streaming cortisol on its way to your brain. Other hormones rush to your brain to round up all the remnants of cortisol missles that made it to your hippocampus. These hormones escort the cortisol remnants back to Kidneyland for a one-way ride on the Bladderhorn. You have now reached metabolic equilibrium, also known as homeostasis.  Stress Chemicals  Stress Hormones MENTAL IMBALANCE
  14. 14. “Lack of activity destroys the good posture of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it.” “The only valid excuse for not exercising is paralysis.”  Structural imbalance STRUCTURAL DEFORMITY ANATOMICAL IMBALANCE
  17. 17. “Health is a state of complete physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” HOLISTIC MANAGEMENT
  18. 18. HOLISTIC MANAGEMENT THROUGH (A) 1. Regulation of Digestive System 2. Decongestion Vital Excretory Organs i.e. Colon, Liver, Kidney, etc 3. Detoxification Removal of Cellular Toxins Removal of Free radicals Removal of Metabolic by-products 4. Correction of Acid / Alkali imbalance 5. Nutrient cover (according to ONA recommendation) (B) Correction of structural imbalance
  19. 19. (A) 1. Regulation of Digestive System
  20. 20. 2. Decongestion Vital Organs i.e. Colon, Liver, Kidney, Gall Bladder, Lungs, etc.
  21. 21. 3. Detoxification Removal of Cellular Toxins Removal of Free radicals Removal of Metabolic by-products
  22. 22. 4. Correction of Acid / Alkali imbalance (Through Alkali forming food & Nutrients)
  23. 23. 5. Nutrient Cover (According to ONA Recommendation)
  24. 24. (B) Correction of structural imbalance
  29. 29.       Compliant to your profession Compliant to all age groups Easy to follow No Hospital/Home stay required Rejuvenates and manages all Life Style Disorders Common approach with a little individual variations  Enjoyable programme  Remarkable positive changes may be observed with in days
  30. 30. WHAT WE ACHIEVE ?
  31. 31.  Better Sleep  Better Mood  Better Immune System  Increased Blood Circulation  Better Digestion  Optimum Energy Level  Better Memory & Reflexes  Removal of Excess Fat  Flexible Muscles & Joints  Better Skin Colour  Glow on the Face  Disease Free Life with  Improved Libido  Youth & Longevity
  32. 32. TOOLS USED
  33. 33. “Infirmity and sickness, at any age, is the direct result of loading up the body with food which contains no vitality, and at the same time allowing the intestines to remain loaded with waste matter.” Dr. Norman Walker , inventor of “juicing” “Dis-ease symptoms are an effort of the body to eliminate waste, mucus and toxemia. This system assists Nature in the most perfect and natural way. Not the dis-ease but the body is to be healed; it must be cleansed, freed from waste and foreign matter, from mucus and toxemiaaccumulated since childhood.” Professor Arnold Ehret Colon DECONGESTION OF VITAL ORGANS
  34. 34. Aloe Vera  Sooths gastric irritants i.e. ulcers, colitis & IBS.  Removes constipation.  Decongests Gastric Mucosa.  Helps absorption of Nutrients. Aloe Vera Tools DECONGESTION OF VITAL ORGANS
  35. 35. • • • • • • • • • • Improved & efficient digestion. More muscular contractions. Elimination of colon waste. Removes constipation indigestion. Less mucous production in the body. Detoxifies parasite produced chemicals. Helps in weight loss. Better nutrient absorption. Improved skin conditions. Mental clarity. Achieved Colon Cleanse
  36. 36. Parasite Cleanse may alleviate many health conditions Parasite Cleanse
  37. 37. • • • • • • Kills all parasite. Recovery from abdominal pain. Relief from rashes & fatigue. Better nutrient absorption. Improved body functions. Better complexion. Achieved Parasite Cleanse
  38. 38. • One Tablet – Bed Time X 3 Days Albendazole Tools Parasite Cleanse
  39. 39. Decongest the Liver and Assist Liver Functions: The liver plays a key role in waste disposal, metabolism and nutrient management. Over time, the liver is bombarded with pollutants, free radicals, metabolic by-products, allergens and toxins. Liver becomes congested and the normal functions are seriously compromised, which results in health problems. Liver DECONGESTION OF VITAL ORGANS
  40. 40.  Sarsaparilla- Sarsaparilla helps bind Endotoxins, bacteria byproducts that are absorbed from your digestive tract.  Yellow Doc- Aids in revitalizing energy, removing toxins from tissues, promoting digestion and reducing flatulence.  Dandelion- Food for the liver, and is very high in calcium and other nutrients.  Olive- Penetrates deep into liver & helps flush out congested bile. Sarsaparilla Olive Yellow Doc Tools Dandelion DECONGESTION OF VITAL ORGANS
  41. 41. Achieved • Improves Amino acid synthesis • Improves Carbohydrate, Lipid (Cholesterol & Triglycerides) and Protein Metabolism. • Prevention from coagulation of blood. • More production of Red Blood Cells. • Improved breakdown of Insulin & other Hormones. • Toxins and Metabolic by-products are broken down & excreted. • Drugs are excreted through bile in the stool. • Better conversion of ammonia to urea. • Immune function is enhanced. • Better Blood Pressure control. • Vitamin A, D, B12 ; Iron & Copper are properly stored and utilized. Liver Cleanse
  42. 42. Decongest the Kidney and Assist Kidney Functions The kidneys get rid of the by products of the breakdown of protein. These include ammonia and urea, which are toxic. They also excrete some bacterial toxins, hydrogen, electrolytes, heat, and carbon dioxide. The kidneys have several other important functions. These include regulating the amounts of solutes and ions are in the blood, which helps control blood pH, and blood volume. They also remove wastes from the blood, and secrete the enzyme, renin. Renin activates the renin-angiotensin pathway and hence controls blood pressure. The kidneys are also involved in producing glucose when the body is fasting or starving. They secrete a substance which stimulates the production of red blood cells. They are also involved in the creation of the active form of vitamin D, calcitriol Kidney DECONGESTION OF VITAL ORGANS
  43. 43.  Corn Silk- Is great single herb for increasing urine flow and restoring the kidneys.  Horsetail- Increases urine flow & dissolves Kidney stones.  Water Melon- Dissolves stones, removes metabolic byproducts.  Parsley- It is believed to increase the elimination of waste products like urea, and other acidic metabolites. Horsetail Corn Silk Tools Water Melon Parsley DECONGESTION OF VITAL ORGANS
  44. 44. • Better Excretion of waste products. • Maintenance of fluid balance. • Better control of BP through Renin & Angiotensin System. • Improved Red Blood Cells formation through Erythropoetin. • Better bones health through hormone calcitriol. Achieved Kidney Cleanse
  45. 45. 5 minutes daily will make a difference. Lungs Cleanse
  46. 46. • • • • • Better exchange of Oxygen & Carbon Dioxide. Better Acid-Alkali Balance. Better filtration of small blood clots formed in veins. Better shock absorption. More Bronchial Secretion & protection against infections. • More Cialary Escalator Action against air borne infections Achieved Lungs Cleanse
  47. 47. Body detox with the help of a detox diet may be the best thing you would ever do for your body. If being tired and exhausted is a daily thing for you and body aches are common throughout the days and you just can't ignore the bloated stomach and the lack of energy always makes you feel drooped down, then all you have to do is to detox your body to get back in shape. A body detox can change your health considerably. The reason that we should consider detoxifying is that it can help improve health and safe guard it against bombardment of toxins that is inevitable in today's world. Just by taking care of following a detox diet once in a year, you make sure that your body is cleansed and that in turn rejuvenates your health. Toxins Mixed Raw Vegetable Juices CELLULAR DETOXIFICATION
  48. 48. Metabolic By-product CELLULAR DETOXIFICATION
  49. 49. Free radical damage, which contributes to cancer, aging, and a number of diseases, can potentially be prevented with antioxidants, which as chemicals that easily donate electrons to free radicals. Mitochondria are small cellular organelles that generate useful chemical energy for cells by moving electrons between molecules. Free Radicals Antioxidants CELLULAR DETOXIFICATION
  50. 50. The ideal ratio, according to Dr. Ragnar Berg, the world's foremost authority on the relationship between the acidalkaline ratio in the diet in health and disease, is about 80% alkali-producing foods and 20% acid-producing foods. ALKALIZATION
  51. 51. We use best nutrients in the world. Vitamins, Anti-Oxidants & Omega Fatty Acids, etc. NUTRIENT COVER
  52. 52. Vitamins ONA RDA Vitamin A 5,000-10,000 IU 4000-5000 IU (900 mcg) Vitamin B1 10-200 IU 1.5 mg Vitamin B2 10-100 IU 1.7 mg Vitamin B3 20-100 IU 20 mg Vitamin B6 50-100 IU 2 mg Vitamin B12 10-25 IU 6 mcg Folic acid 400-800 IU 300mcg Vitamin C 2,000 mg 75-90 mcg Vitamin D 1,600 IU 200-400 IU Vitamin E 400-1,200 IU 12-15 IU Vitamin K 20-30 ug 55-65 ug Biotin 400-600 mcg 300mcg Vitamins NUTRIENT COVER
  53. 53. Obtained from Organic Sources (Best in the World)  Vitamins  Vitamin cofactors and minerals  Hormones  Carotenoid terpenoids  Flavonoid polyphenolics  Phenolic acids and their esters  Other nonflavonoid phenolics  Other potential organic antioxidants Anti-Oxidants NUTRIENT COVER
  54. 54. Omega-3 include α-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) Omega-6 such as γ-linolenic acid and arachidonic acid Omega Fatty Acids NUTRIENT COVER
  55. 55. Obtained from Colored Vegetables & Fruits Phytonutrients NUTRIENT COVER
  56. 56. We use best nutrients in the world. Minerals used per serving Amount Per Serving 5 Calories 1g Total Carbohydrate 1g Dietary Fiber 1000 mg Calcium (Dicalcium Phosphate) 18 mg Iron (Ferrous Fumarate) Phosphorus (Dicalcium Phosphate) 665 mg 150 mcg Iodine (Potassium Iodide) 400 mg Magnesium (Magnesium Oxide) 15 mg Zinc (Zinc Sulfate) 36 mcg Selenium (Selenomethionine) 2 mg Copper (Copper Gluconate) % Daily Value <1%* 4%* 100% 100% 70% 100% 100% 100% 50% 100% Ionic Minerals NUTRIENT COVER
  57. 57. We use best nutrients in the world. Minerals used per serving Manganese (Manganese Gluconate) Molybdenum (Molybdenum Amino Acid Chelate) Vanadium (Vanadium Amino Acid Chelate) Magnesium Chloride Sodium Sulfate Lithium Boron 6 mg 300% 36 mcg 50% 36 mcg 220 mg 600 mg 3 mg 45 mg 1.5 mg 1 mg † Ionic Minerals NUTRIENT COVER
  58. 58. The beauty is that people often come here for the stretch, and leave with a lot more. STRUCTURAL IMBALANCE CORRECTION
  59. 59. Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it. ~Plato STRUCTURAL IMBALANCE CORRECTION
  60. 60. The body needs material food every day. The soul needs spiritual food. "He who has controlled his breath and prana has also controlled his mind. He who has controlled his mind has also controlled his breath." PRANAYAM / MEDITATION
  61. 61. The successful person makes a habit of doing what the failing person doesn't like to do.     Commitment Burning Desire Awareness Long Terms Goal Pre-Requisites
  62. 62. “When you find a waiter who is a waiter and not an actor, writer, musician or poet, you've found a jewel.”  Either we provide you a Trained Therapist or  We train your trusted one  He works under my guidance How We Operate
  63. 63. Dr. Pankaj Bharti M B B S, M D 23/15 Gha, Gokhle Marg, Lucknow Email : Contact No : +919450932899, +919335891448, +91522-3010946 +91522-3010946
  64. 64. Bibliography
  65. 65. The following is a list of phytochemicals present in commonly consumed foods. 1 Phenolic compounds 2 Terpenes (isoprenoids) 3 Betalains 4 Organosulfides 5 Indoles, glucosinolates/ sulfur compounds 6 Protein inhibitors 7 Other organic acids 8 References Contents Phytonutrients
  66. 66. Natural monophenols Apiole – parsley Carnosol – rosemary. Carvacrol – oregano, thyme. Dillapiole – dill. Rosemarinol – rosemary. Phenolic compounds Phytonutrients
  67. 67. Flavonoids (polyphenols) – red, blue, purple pigments. Flavonols Quercetin – red and yellow onions, tea, wine, apples, cranberries, buckwheat, beans. Gingerol – ginger. Kaempferol – strawberries, gooseberries, cranberries, peas, brassicates, chives. Myricetin – grapes, walnuts. Rutin – citrus fruits, buckwheat, parsley, tomato, apricot, rhubarb, tea, pagoda tree fruits. Isorhamnetin Phenolic compounds Phytonutrients
  68. 68. Flavanones Hesperidin – citrus fruits. Naringenin – citrus fruits. Silybin – blessed milk thistle. Flavones Apigenin – chamomile, celery, parsley. Tangeritin – tangerine and other citrus peels. Phenolic compounds Phytonutrients
  69. 69. Flavan-3-ols Catechins – white tea, green tea, black tea, grapes, wine, apple juice, cocoa, lentils, black-eyed peas. (+)-Catechin (+)-Gallocatechin (-)-Epicatechin (-)-Epigallocatechin (-)-Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) – green tea; (-)-Epicatechin 3-gallate Theaflavin – black tea; Theaflavin-3-gallate – black tea; Theaflavin-3'-gallate – black tea; Theaflavin-3,3'-digallate – black tea; Thearubigins Phenolic compounds Phytonutrients
  70. 70. Anthocyanins (flavonals) and Anthocyanidins – red wine, many red, purple or blue fruits and vegetables. Pelargonidin – bilberry, raspberry, strawberry. Peonidin – bilberry, blueberry, cherry, cranberry, peach. Cyanidin – red apple & pear, bilberry, blackberry, blueberry, cherry, cranberry, peach, plum, hawthorn, loganberry, cocoa. Delphinidin – bilberry, blueberry, eggplant. Malvidin – bilberry, blueberry. Petunidin Phenolic compounds Phytonutrients
  71. 71. Isoflavones (phytoestrogens) Daidzein (formononetin) – soy, alfalfa sprouts, red clover, chickpeas, peanuts, other legumes. Genistein (biochanin A) – soy, alfalfa sprouts, red clover, chickpeas, peanuts, other legumes. Glycitein – soy. Dihydroflavonols Chalconoids Coumestans (phytoestrogens) Coumestrol – red clover, alfalfa sprouts, soy, peas, brussels sprouts. Phenolic compounds Phytonutrients
  72. 72. Phenolic acids Ellagic acid – walnuts, strawberries, cranberries, blackberries, guava, grapes. Gallic acid – tea, mango, strawberries, rhubarb, soy. Salicylic acid – peppermint, licorice, peanut, wheat. Tannic acid – nettles, tea, berries. Vanillin – vanilla beans, cloves. Capsaicin – chilli peppers. Curcumin – turmeric, mustard. (Oxidizes to vanillin.) Phenolic compounds Phytonutrients
  73. 73. Carotenoids (tetraterpenoids) Carotenes - orange pigments α-Carotene – to vitamin A, in carrots, pumpkins, maize, tangerine, orange. β-Carotene – to vitamin A, in dark, leafy greens and red, orange and yellow fruits and vegetables. γ-Carotene δ-Carotene Lycopene – Vietnam Gac, tomatoes, grapefruit, watermelon, guava, apricots, carrots, autumn olive. Neurosporene Phytofluene – star fruit, sweet potato, orange. Phytoene – sweet potato, orange. Terpenes (isoprenoids) Phytonutrients
  74. 74. Xanthophylls - yellow pigments. Canthaxanthin – paprika. Cryptoxanthin – mango, tangerine, orange, papaya, peaches, avocado, pea, grapefruit, kiwi. Zeaxanthin – wolfberry, spinach, kale, turnip greens, maize, eggs, red pepper, pumpkin, oranges. Astaxanthin – microalge, yeast, krill, shrimp, salmon, lobsters, and some crabs Lutein – spinach, turnip greens, romaine lettuce, eggs, red pepper, pumpkin, mango, papaya, oranges, kiwi, peaches, squash, legumes, brassicates, prunes, sweet potatoes, honeydew melon, rhubarb, plum, avocado, pear. Rubixanthin – rose hips. Terpenes (isoprenoids) Phytonutrients
  75. 75. Monoterpenes Limonene – oils of citrus, cherries, spearmint, dill, garlic, celery, maize, rosemary, ginger, basil. Perillyl alcohol – citrus oils, caraway, mints. Saponins – soybeans, beans, other legumes, maize, alfalfa. Lipids Phytosterols – almonds, cashews, peanuts, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, whole wheat, maize, soybeans, many vegetable oils. Campesterol - buckwheat. beta Sitosterol – avocados, rice bran, wheat germ, corn oils, fennel, peanuts, soybeans, hawthorn, basil, buckwheat. gamma sitosterol Stigmasterol – buckwheat. Tocopherols (vitamin E) omega-3, 6,9 fatty acids – dark-green leafy vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts. gamma-linolenic acid – evening primrose, borage, blackcurrant. Terpenes (isoprenoids) Phytonutrients
  76. 76. Triterpenoid Oleanolic acid - American pokeweed, honey mesquite, garlic, java apple, cloves, and many other Syzygium species. Ursolic acid - apples, basil, bilberries, cranberries, elder flower, peppermint, lavender, oregano, thyme, hawthorn, prunes. Betulinic acid - Ber tree, white birch, tropical carnivorous plants Triphyophyllum peltatum and Ancistrocladus heyneanus, Diospyros leucomelas a member of the persimmon family, Tetracera boiviniana, the jambul (Syzygium formosanum), and many other Syzygium species. Moronic acid - Rhus javanica (a sumac), mistletoe Terpenes (isoprenoids) Phytonutrients
  77. 77. Betalains Betacyanins betanin - beets, chard isobetanin - beets, chard probetanin - beets, chard neobetanin - beets, chard Betaxanthins (non glycosidic versions) Indicaxanthin - beets, sicilian prickly pear Vulgaxanthin - beets Organosulfides Phytonutrients
  78. 78. Dithiolthiones (isothiocyanates) Sulphoraphane – Brassicates. Thiosulphonates (allium compounds) Allyl methyl trisulfide – garlic, onions, leeks, chives, shallots. Diallyl sulfide – garlic, onions, leeks, chives, shallots. Betalains Phytonutrients
  79. 79. Indole-3-carbinol – cabbage, kale, brussels sprouts, rutabaga, mustard greens, broccoli. sulforaphane - broccoli 3,3'-Diindolylmethane or DIM - broccoli family Sinigrin - broccoli family Allicin - garlic Alliin - garlic Allyl isothiocyanate - horseradish, mustard, wasabi Piperine - black pepper Syn-propanethial-S-oxide - cut onions. Indoles, glucosinolates/ sulfur compounds Phytonutrients
  80. 80. Protease inhibitors – soy, seeds, legumes, potatoes, eggs, cereals. Protein inhibitors Phytonutrients
  81. 81. Oxalic acid – orange, spinach, rhubarb, tea and coffee, banana, ginger, almond, sweet potato, bell pepper. Phytic acid (inositol hexaphosphate) – cereals, nuts, sesame seeds, soybeans, wheat, pumpkin, beans, almonds. Tartaric acid – apricots, apples, sunflower, avocado, grapes. Anacardic acid - cashews, mangoes. Other organic acids Phytonutrients
  82. 82. 1. Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University 2. Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University 3. Lignan contents of Dutch plant foods: a database i...[Br J Nutr. 2005] - PubMed Result References Phytonutrients
  83. 83. 1 Vitamins 2 Vitamin cofactors and minerals 3 Hormones 4 Carotenoid terpenoids 5 Flavonoid polyphenolics 6 Phenolic acids and their esters 7 Other nonflavonoid phenolics 8 Other potential organic antioxidants 9 Food sources 9.1 Regulatory guidance 9.2 ORAC in foods 9.3 Physiological context 10 See also 11 References Contents List of antioxidants in food
  84. 84. Vitamin A (retinol), also synthesized by the body from beta-carotene, protects dark green, yellow and orange vegetables and fruits from solar radiation damage, and is thought to play a similar role in the human body. Carrots, squash, broccoli, sweet potatoes, tomatoes (which gain their color from the compound lycopene), kale, mangoes, oranges, seabuckthorn berries, wolfberries (goji), collards, cantaloupe, peaches and apricots are particularly rich sources of beta-carotene, the major provitamin A carotenoid. Vitamins List of antioxidants in food
  85. 85. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble compound that fulfills several roles in living systems. Important sources include citrus fruits (such as oranges, sweet lime, etc.), green peppers, broccoli, green leafy vegetables, black currants, strawberries, blueberries, seabuckthorn, raw cabbage and tomatoes. Linus Pauling was a major advocate for its use. Vitamins List of antioxidants in food
  86. 86. Vitamin E, including tocotrienol and tocopherol, is fat soluble and protects lipids. Sources include wheat germ, seabuckthorn, nuts, seeds, whole grains, green leafy vegetables, kiwifruit, vegetable oil, and fish-liver oil. Alpha-tocopherol is the main form in which vitamin E is consumed. Recent studies showed that some tocotrienol isomers have significant anti-oxidant properties. Vitamins List of antioxidants in food
  87. 87. Coenzyme Q10 Manganese, particularly when in its +2 valence state as part of the enzyme called superoxide dismutase (SOD). Iodide Vitamin cofactors and minerals List of antioxidants in food
  88. 88. Melatonin Hormones List of antioxidants in food
  89. 89. Alpha-carotene Astaxanthin - found naturally in red algae and animals higher in the marine food chain. It is a red pigment familiarly recognized in crustacean shells and salmon flesh/roe. Beta-carotene - found in high concentrations in butternut squash, carrots, orange bell peppers, pumpkins, and sweet potatoes. Canthaxanthin Lutein - found in high concentration in spinach, kiwifruit and red peppers. Lycopene - found in high concentration in ripe red tomatoes and watermelons. Zeaxanthin - the main pigment found in yellow corn. It is also abundant in kiwifruit. Carotenoid terpenoids List of antioxidants in food
  90. 90. Flavonoids, a subset of polyphenol antioxidants, are present in many berries, as well as in coffee and tea. Flavones: Apigenin Luteolin Tangeritin Flavonols: Isorhamnetin Kaempferol Myricetin - walnuts are a rich source Proanthocyanidins, or condensed tannins Quercetin and related, such as rutin Flavonoid polyphenolics List of antioxidants in food
  91. 91. Eriodictyol Hesperetin (metabolizes to hesperidin) Naringenin (metabolized from naringin) Flavanols and their polymers: Catechin, gallocatechin and their corresponding gallate esters Epicatechin, epigallocatechin and their corresponding gallate esters Theaflavin its gallate esters Thearubigins Flavonoid polyphenolics List of antioxidants in food
  92. 92. Isoflavone phytoestrogens - found primarily in soy, peanuts, and other members of the Fabaceae family Daidzein Genistein Glycitein Stilbenoids: Resveratrol - found in the skins of dark-colored grapes, and concentrated in red wine. Pterostilbene - methoxylated analogue of resveratrol, abundant in Vaccinium berries Flavonoid polyphenolics List of antioxidants in food
  93. 93. Anthocyanins Cyanidin Delphinidin Malvidin Pelargonidin Peonidin Petunidin Flavonoid polyphenolics List of antioxidants in food
  94. 94. Chicoric acid - another caffeic acid derivative, is found only in the popular medicinal herb Echinacea purpurea. Chlorogenic acid - found in high concentration in coffee (more concentrated in robusta than arabica beans), blueberries and tomatoes. Produced from esterification of caffeic acid. Cinnamic acid and its derivatives, such as ferulic acid - found in seeds of plants such as in brown rice, whole wheat and oats, as well as in coffee, apple, artichoke, peanut, orange and pineapple. Ellagic acid - found in high concentration in raspberry and strawberry, and in ester form in red wine tannins. Ellagitannins - hydrolyzable tannin polymer formed when ellagic acid, a polyphenol monomer, esterifies and binds with the hydroxyl group of a polyol carbohydrate such as glucose. Phenolic acids and their esters List of antioxidants in food
  95. 95. Gallic acid - found in gallnuts, sumac, witch hazel, tea leaves, oak bark, and many other plants. Gallotannins - hydrolyzable tannin polymer formed when gallic acid, a polyphenol monomer, esterifies and binds with the hydroxyl group of a polyol carbohydrate such as glucose. Rosmarinic acid - found in high concentration in rosemary, oregano, lemon balm, sage, and marjoram. Salicylic acid - found in most vegetables, fruits, and herbs; but most abundantly in the bark of willow trees, from where it was extracted for use in the early manufacture of aspirin. Phenolic acids and their esters List of antioxidants in food
  96. 96. Curcumin - Curcumin has low bioavailability, because, much of it is excreted through glucuronidation. However, bioavailability is substantially enhanced by solubilization in a lipid (oil or lecithin),[1] heat,[2] addition of piperine,[1] or through nanoparticularization.[3] Flavonolignans - e.g. silymarin - a mixture of flavonolignans extracted from milk thistle. Xanthones - mangosteen is purported to contain a large variety of xanthones,[4] but some of the xanthones like mangostin might be present only in the inedible shell. Eugenol Other nonflavonoid phenolics List of antioxidants in food
  97. 97. Capsaicin, the active component of chili peppers Bilirubin, a breakdown product of blood, has been identified as a possible antioxidant.[5] Citric acid, oxalic acid, and phytic acid N-Acetylcysteine, water soluble R-α-Lipoic acid, fat and water soluble Uric acid, in humans, accounts for roughly half the antioxidant capacity of plasma.[citation needed] Fructose, which is found abundantly in fruits, significantly elevates uric acid levels in humans,[6] and thus indirectly increases antioxidant capacity. High levels of uric acid may be a protective factor against Parkinson's disease[7] and possibly other diseases related to oxidative stress. Other potential organic antioxidants List of antioxidants in food
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