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  • n. Alternative form of phlorizin.


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  • French researchers have revealed that a flavenoid called phloridzin, abundant in apples, may protect post-menopausal women from osteoporosis and may even increase bone density.

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  • Extirpation of the hypophysis, or of the pars distalis, markedly attenuates the severity of pancreatic and phloridzin diabetes.

    Bernardo Houssay - Nobel Lecture

  • The injection of pars distalis increases the resistance to insulin and phloridzin.

    Bernardo Houssay - Nobel Lecture

  • Hypophysectomy also reduces the disintegration of body protein in pancreatic and phloridzin diabetes.

    Bernardo Houssay - Nobel Lecture

  • These animals are also very sensitive to hypoglycemic agents, such as insulin and phloridzin.

    Bernardo Houssay - Nobel Lecture

  • A proprietary formula containing apple soluble fibers and apple extract standardized for quercetin and phloridzin (40% phenolic apple actives).

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  • Dihydrochalcons (phloridzin) are well known competitive factors of glucose intestinal absorption and cellular glucose transport.

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  • And apples contain a natural flavonoid, phloridzin important to lung health.

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  • Apples supply a high level of the bone protective mineral boron, along with an apples, called phloridzin.

  • Hyperglycemia contribution was studied in STZ-diabetic rats treated with phloridzin, and the direct effect of tungstate was determined in INS-1E cells treated with tungstate or serum from untreated or treated STZ-rats, observing that tungstate action in the pancreas takes places via hyperglycemia-independent pathways and via a combination of tungstate direct and indirect (through the serum profile modification) effects.

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