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What is Favoxanthin Used For? Health Benefits and Side Effects of Favoxanthin in Food

Favoxanthin is a natural xanthophylls pigment used as a food coloring agent. It reduces bad cholesterol that can accumulate in blood vessels and can cause atherosclerosis which can eventually lead to cardiac events and stroke. It relieves back pain, reduces inflammation, and is used for allergies and constipation. It also has anti-oxidant like effects and reduces the free radicals. It aids in rapid burning of fats. It helps to reduce blood pressure. High doses can interfere with thyroid function

by Margaret Walker on Thu, 03/10/2011 - 01:06


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