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Pelargonidin

Pelargonidin is one of the six anthocyanin compounds, and is both the simplest in structure and is red. It is commonly associated with strawberries, although it is present in all berries. Seems to have its bioactivity saved by Quercetin.

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Summary of Pelargonidin

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Pelargonidin is the simplest of the Anthocyanins in structure.

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There is insufficient evidence to recommend pelargonidin as an isolated supplement, and it would be more beneficial to get this anthocyanin through food products in the red pigmentation range; strawberries are the largest known source.

Things to Note

Is a Form Of

Also Known As

Strawberry Anthocyanins

Do Not Confuse With

Pelargonium sidoides

  • Pelargonidin, like other anthocyanins, appears to have low oral bioavailability

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