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Kaempferol

Kaempferol is one of the bioflavonoids that is present in high levels in cruciferous vegetables, and may mediate some of the bioactivities of these plants. It appears to hold anti-cancer potential.

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Summary of Kaempferol

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Kaempferol is one of the many flavonoids found in foods alongside others like luteolin and quercetin. It is showing promise in and of itself in being an anti-obesity agent and anti-cancer agent.

Research on kaempferol is scarce in humans in supplemental form, but in vitro research seems promising.

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Kaempferol is non-stimulatory

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