Product Highlight: Hesperidin from Citrus Bioflavonoids

LEHVOSS Nutrition offer a wide variety of ingredients including high-quality and strategically sourced Essentials: a range of Standard Ingredients to fulfil our customers’ needs.

Among our carefully selected focus list you can find our high quality citrus bioflavonoids which are offered as fine powder (80 mesh) with minimum 60% Hesperidin by HPLC, from sweet oranges.

Just like the rest of our portfolio, we ensure the best in quality and traceability, plus all our ingredients go through a strict approval process at the hands of our experienced technical team.

Citrus flavonoids, especially those found in lemons like hesperidin, have been extensively researched. What is interesting about citrus flavonoids when managing blood glucose levels is their unique multipronged approach. Similar to other ingredients, citrus flavonoids help to improve insulin sensitivity and balance the inflammatory response,1 and because of their strong antioxidant capacity2,3 citrus flavonoids help to efficaciously manage blood glucose levels.

It has been reported that hesperidin can help boost recovery after intense exercise by improving oxidation and inflammation. A study demonstrated that acute and chronic intake of 500mg of 2S-hesperidin in amateur cyclists, significantly improved anaerobic performance.4

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(1) Assini JM et al. “Citrus flavonoids and lipid metabolism.” Curr Opin Lipidol. 2013;24(1):34-40.

(2) Gattuso G et al. “Flavonoid Composition of Citrus Juices.” 2007;12(8):1641-1673.

(3) Ferreira PS et al. “Citrus flavanones prevent systemic inflammation and ameliorate oxidative stress in C57BL/6J mice fed high-fat diet.” Food Funct. 2016;7(6):2675-2681.

(4) Martinez-Noguera et al. “8-Week Supplementation of 2S-Hesperidin Modulates Antioxidant and Inflammatory Status after Exercise until Exhaustion in Amateur Cyclists” Antioxidants 2021, 10(3), 432.