Ma. Charissa P. Allanigue, Grace C. Arviola, Maria Cristina C. Bacolod, Anna Krystel R. Chua, Khatrina B. de Guzman, Jeric S. Emerenciana, Mario A. Manaor Jr., Maria Cristeta B. Perez, Maria Cristeta B. Perez, Kimberly Dee A. Pinedes, Kristopher Greg C. Villanueva
Epidemiological studies on flavonoids found in dietary citrus have shown a reduction in the risk for developing coronary heart disease. Flavonoids have likewise been attracting more attention not only to their antioxidant properties but also of their anti-carcinogenic and anti-inflammatory proper . . .