Luteolin is a plant flavonoid found naturally in fruits and vegetables such as celery, parsley, lettuce, spinach, peppers, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, onions (leaves), and apples (skins). Luteolin is similar in chemical structure to quercetin and, like quercetin, is promoted for its anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effects, as well as its antioxidant activity (Munafo, Sci Rep 2022; Lin, Curr Cancer Drug Targets 2008).
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