Made of Beets, Blueberry, Cranberries, Elderberries, Grapefruit, Grapes (red and black), Green tea, Kale, Lemons, Orange and Raspberries. – the red and purple ranges of fruits primarily. One of the primary functions of dietary flavonoids is to act as antioxidant protectors of the watery areas in and around cells and in body fluids such as blood. As a result it has anti-cancer properties and is a powerful antioxidant etc. More Details: The Raw materials are carefully selected to contribute representatives of all the members of the flavonoid family including: Anthocyanins These deep purple compounds are found in black grapes, beets, red onions and berries. Catechins Catechins such as catechin, epigallocatechin, epicatechin gallate, epicatechin and epigallocatechin gallate are the main polyphenols in green tea. Fruits such as apples also contain catechins. Ellagic Acid Closly related to the flavonoid family, ellagic acid is abundant in berries (particularly cranberries and raspberries) and nuts. Flavones Flavones include apigenin and luteolin. They are found in citrus fruits, red grapes and green beans. Flavanols such as quercetin, kaempherol and myricetin are found in many fruits and vegetables such as kale, spinach, onons and apples as well as in black tea. Flavanones include hesperidin, neo-hesperidin and naringen. Flavanones are usually found in citrus fruits such as grapefruit, orange and lemons. Flavonoid Complex: Flavonoid Complex by GNLD. Only available though Independent Distributers, like Gayle Palmer D.O.