Last Updated: October 5, 2023

Hesperidin, found abundantly in orange peels and various citrus fruits, exhibits promising potential in reducing risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease, such as triglycerides and total cholesterol. Additionally, it appears to some have anti-inflammatory properties. While other potential benefits of hesperidin exist, further clinical studies are required to fully understand its range of effects.

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