- From Ferula ("asafetida") (Wiktionary)
“The antioxidant brigade is led by Vitamin C, followed by dogged foot-soldiers including beta-carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, quercitin, ferulic acid and kaempferol, all of which not only fight cancer but assist the body in its detoxification activities.”
“These range from SoyScreen, a 'green' sunscreen, based on ferulic acid and soybean oil, to sulforaphane, a broccoli ingredient that significantly reduces ultraviolet light damage.”
“New antioxidants include ferulic acid, idebenone, ubiquinone coenzyme Q10, alpha lipoic acid, and resveratrol and are already making their way into our friendly neighborhood counters.”
“You can also include various small-molecule antioxidants such as ubiquinone and ferulic acid.”
“Their textural robustness comes from particular phenolic compounds in their cell walls ferulic acids that form bonds with the cell-wall carbohydrates and prevent them from being dissolved away during cooking.”
“Extracts from the pygeum contain sterols, pentacylic triterpenoids, and ferulic esters.”
“The characteristic pungent flavour of the roots is due to the presence of isothiocyanates, while the coloured cultivars contain anthocyanins which are reported to occur as naturally acylated, either with ferulic or p-coumaric acids.”
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“Food Chemistry showed that caffeic, chlorogenic and ferulic acids could bind to the major allergens in peanut butter, such as Ara h 1 and Ara h 2.”
“The Journal of Nutrition, the uptake of caffeic and ferulic acids was lower, however, when coffee was made with non-dairy creamer and sugar.”
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