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  • Phytochemical is a more recent evolution of the term that emphasizes the plant source of most of these protective, disease-preventing compounds. A true nutritional role for phytochemicals is becoming more probable every day as research uncovers more of their remarkable benefits. In fact, the term phytonutrient better describes the compounds' "quasi-nutrient" status. Someday, phytochemicals may indeed be classified as essential nutrients.
  • Phytochemicals are non-nutritive plant chemicals that have protective or disease preventive properties. There are more than thousand known phytochemicals. It is well-known that plant produce these chemicals to protect itself but recent research demonstrate that they can protect humans against diseases. Some of the well-known phytochemicals are lycopene in tomatoes, isoflavones in soy and flavanoids in fruits. They are not essential nutrients and are not required by the human body for sustaining life.
  • The phytochemical analysis of the extract both by qualitative and thin layer chromatography showed the presence of phenols, alkaloids, triterpenoids, steroids and carboxylic acids.
  • The constituents like triterpenoids and alkaloids of the noni may play a major role in the process of wound healing, however; further phytochemical studies are needed to find out the active compound(s) responsible for wound healing promoting activity.
  • An author found through trial and error that only one glandular trichome exhibits the phytochemical process that will produce the amount of THC associated with pain relief, appetite stimulation and anti-nausea; euphoria and hallucinations are undesirable side-effects, however.
  • Phytochemicals with antioxidant properties tend to be brightly colored because they contain chromophores, ie, a series of alternating single-bonded and double-bonded carbons. Isoprene is often the building block of such units. The darkest green vegetables contain the most chlorophyll, and vegetables with the most chlorophyll require the most antioxidants. Green will mask the other colors, when other-colored antioxidant phytochemicals are present.
  • Many phytochemicals have an anti-carcinogenic (anti-cancer) action by: slowing cell proliferation (division) by interfering with the cell cycle, inducing apoptosis (cell suicide), inhibiting phase 1 enzymes (enzymes that convert harmless substances into carcinogens), inducing phase 2 enzymes (enzymes that can attach carcinogens to molecules that facilitate speedy excretion).
  • Foods containing phytochemicals are already part of our daily diet. In fact, most foods contain phytochemicals except for some refined foods such as sugar or alcohol. Some foods, such as whole grains, vegetables, beans, fruits and herbs, contain many phytochemicals. The easiest way to get more phytochemicals is to eat more fruit (blueberries, cranberries, cherries, apple,...) and vegetables (cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, broccoli,...). It is recommended take daily at least 5 to 9 servings of fruits or vegetable. Fruits and vegetables are also rich in minerals, vitamins and fibre and low in saturated fat.
  • The most recent research links the intake of phytochemicals with anti-cancer properties. Many studies have documented a relationship between a diet high in fruits and vegetables with a reduced incidence of certain cancers. The phytochemicals have an antioxidant effect in that they may help the body fight diseases such as cancer and heart disease.
  • The global herbal market is valued at USD 70 billion for nutraceuticals and USD 20 billion for phytomedicines with an average annual growth rate between 15 to 20%.
  • The distribution and composition of phenolic phytochemicals are affected by a number of factors: cultivar, fruit part, growing season, environmental conditions, horticultural practices, geographic origin, postharvest storage conditions and processing procedures
  • Some supplement manufacturers, however, have been considerably quicker to market the benefits of phytochemicals. A few are claiming to offer the advantages of several servings of fruits or vegetables within a very concentrated form.
  • About Nutraceuticals, Phytochemicals & Anti-Oxidants
  • Citrus Phytochemicals
  • Phytochemicals Found in vegetables
  • Phytochemical
  • Nutri-Facts Phytochemicals
  • About Phytochemicals
  • Phytochemicals & its Functional Foods
  • Properties of Phytochemicals
  • Phytochemicals: Nutrients Of The Future
  • Phytochemicals: The Power of Produce
  • Phytochemical Database
  • Phytochemicals health benefits in cancer
  • Fruit and vegetable ultra-concentrates rich in dietary phytochemicals


  • Phytochemical Extraction
  • Phytochemical extraction in Wound Healing
  • Manufacturing process of Phytochemical
  • An elaboration of the phytochemical process that makes THC
  • Phytochemicals for Nutraceuticals from the By-product of Palm Oil  Refining


  • Inhibitory Action of Some Essential Oils and Phytochemicals on the Growth of Various Moulds Isolated From Foods
  • International Conference on Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer
  • Supercritical fluid technology in the oil processing and conversion industry
  • Competitive Industrial Materials from Non-Food Crops
  • Delivering Biological Effectiveness from Nutraceuticals


  • Metabolism and analysis of cereal Phytochemicals
  • Rapid High-Pressure Extraction Approach For The Phytochemical Characterization of Cabomba Furcata
  • Functional properties, bioactivities and bioavailability of phytochemicals, especially anthocyanins, from processed foods
  • Phytochemicals as modulator of apoptosis pathways
  • Identification and preliminary phytochemical analysis of herbs
  • A Comparison of Lycopene and Other Phytochemicals in Tomatoes Grown under Conventional and Organic Management Systems
  • Anti-Aromatase Activity of Phytochemicals in Mushrooms
  • Phyto plant
  • A new project for the soft fruit technology group


  • Phytochemicals, nutrients & medication absorption &/or treatment
  • Methods for the extraction of Phytochemicals from fibrous plant in absence of solvents
  • Methods of infusing Phytochemicals into food products
  • Composition and method for correcting a dietary Phytochemical deficiency
  • Process of Producing sugars and acid-rich juice and Phytochemical rich-juice
  • Phytochemicals for treatment of mastalgia and endometriosis
  • Phytochemicals for promoting weight loss


  • Plant in Gujarat
  • Plant in Mumbai
  • Plant in Tamil Nadu
  • Plant in Maharastra
  • Another Plant in TamilNadu
  • Plant in Madhya Pradesh
  • Plant in Tokyo

Company Profile

  • Company from Rajasthan
  • Company from Kolkatta
  • Company from Maharastra
  • Company from Gujarat
  • Company from Calcutta
  • Company from Uttaranchal
  • Company from Thane
  • Company from Uttar Pradesh
  • Company from Mumbai
  • Company from Gujarat
  • Company from Germany
  • Company from London
  • Another Company from Gujarat
  • Company from California


  • Expert in Phytochemicals
  • Consultant in Germany
  • Consultant in California
  • Another expert in Phytochemicals
  • Consultant in Australia
  • Consultant in Maharastra
  • Supplier from UttarPradesh
  • Phytochemicals Manufacturers & Suppliers
  • Supplier from Mumbai
  • Exporters of Phytochemicals
  • Supplier from Mississauga
  • Manufacturers and exporters of Phytochemicals
  • Supplier of soya phytochemicals
  • Suppliers of Phytochemicals
  • Phytochemicals Manufacturers, Exporters, Factories, Products Sources


  • The Phytochemical Collection
  • List of Phytochemicals / Nutraceutical Ingredients
  • Products of Phytochemicals
  • ProSafe


  • Phytochemicals Inhibit Catechol-O-Methyltransferase Activity in Cytosolic Fractions from Healthy Human Mammary Tissues
  • Phytochemical constituents and antioxidant properties of extracts from the leaves of Chromolaena odorata
  • Characterization of phytochemicals stimulatory to sexual reproduction in phytophthora cactorum and P.parasitica
  • chemopreventive effects of Phytochemicals
  • The effect of vegetarian diet, plant foods, and phytochemicals on hemostasis and thrombosis
  • Phytochemical Glyceollins, Isolated from Soy, Mediate Antihormonal Effects
  • Phytochemical and Health Properties
  • Antioxidant Properties and Phenolic Phytochemicals from Various Cultivars of Thai Mango Seed Kernels
  • Antibacterial activity of plant extracts and Phytochemicals on antibiotic resistant bacteria
  • Antioxidant power of phytochemicals from Psidium guajava leaf


  • Health benefits of Phytochemicals
  • Living Food Provides Phytochemicals for Our Health
  • Breast cancer prevention with phytochemicals in mushrooms
  • Role of Phytochemicals in Prevention and Treatment of Prostate Cancer
  • Health benefits of Citrus Fruit
  • Phytochemicals and Functional Foods: Super Foods for Optimal Health
  • Phytochemical benefits in anti-aging


  • Phytochemicals as Nutraceuticals
  • Cancer chemoprevention by phytochemicals
  • Dietary Phytochemicals in Chemoprevention of Cancer
  • High-Value Phytochemicals from Grape Cane Waste
  • Role of Phytochemicals in colon cancer prevention
  • Phytochemical biosynthesis and mechanism of action for human health and environmental applications
  • Phytochemicals improve semen quality and fertility
  • Phytochemical variability in commercial herbal products and preparations of Withania somnifera


  • Phytochemical Distribution Among Selected Advanced Apple Genotypes Developed for Fresh Market and Processing
  • Functional foods market
  • Phytochemicals and functional foods  Current situation and prospect for developing countries
  • The next emerging field in chemical engineering-aspects and oppurtunities
  • Phytochemical Future


  • Annual Report-2004
  • Oxidative stress, dietary antioxidants, and adaptation mechanisms: role in behavioral disorders
  • Antioxidants and Other Phytochemicals
  • Boehringer Ingelheim celebrates 100 years of phytochemicals
  • Final report on the research visit to university of the western cape and  kwazulu-Natal
  • Phytochemical lindleyin, isolated from rhei rhizoma, mediates hormonal effects through estrogen receptors
  • Phytochemical malabsorbtion
  • Protective effect of mangiferin an active Phytochemical
  • Research Progress report foods for health
  • Phytochemicals studies of strychnos potatorum L.f.-A Medical Plant
  • Phytonutrient Supplements
  • Open letter to Phytochemical society of north america membership
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