Phytochemicals Mind Map: Full Listing of Phytochemicals That Have Protective Properties for Human Health. What are phytochemicals? Phytochemicals are plant chemicals that have protective properties for human health. Thousand of phytochemicals have been identified and have attracted much attention and researches recently due to its positive impact on human health. There are ample evidence by research that food from plants such as fruits, vegetables, grains and nuts provide much beneficial nu...

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Phytochemicals by Mind Map: Phytochemicals

1. Capsaicin

1.1. Plant Sources

1.1.1. Vanilla Beans

2. Resources


2.2. List of phytochemicals in food by Wikipedia

2.3. Listing of Foods and their Phytochemicals by Phytopia

2.4. Tips to Fortify Foods with Phytochemicals

2.5. Glossary of Phytochemicals

2.6. Phytochemicals as Nutraceuticals by Ben Best

2.7. Linus Pauling Institute: Micronutrient Research for Optimum Health.

3. Polyphenolics

3.1. Natural Monophenols

3.1.1. Class Members Apiole Plant Sources Carnosol Plant Sources Carvacrol Plant Sources Dillapiole Plant Sources Rosemarinol Plant Sources

3.2. Flavonoids (Polyphenols)

3.2.1. Flavonoids Proanthocyanidins Class Members Biflavones Class Members Flavanonoles Class Members Flavonolignans Class Members Tannins Class Members

3.2.2. Flavonols Class Members Quercetin Rutin Kaempferol Myricetinn Isorhamnetin

3.2.3. Flavanones Class Members Hesperidin Naringin Silybin Eriodictyol

3.2.4. Flavones Class Members Apigenin Tangeritin Luteolin

3.2.5. Flavanols Class Members Catechins Epicatechins Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG) Theaflavin

3.2.6. Anthocyanins (Flavonals), and Anthocyanidins, Class Members Cyanidin, delphinidin, Malvidin, Petunidin Pelargonidin Peonidin Cyanidin Delphinidin Malvidin Petunidin

3.2.7. Isoflavones (Phytoestrogens) Class Members Diadzein Genistein Glycitein

3.2.8. Punicalagins Plant Sources Pomegranate

3.3. Phenolic Acids

3.3.1. Hydroxycinnamic Acids Chicoric Acid Coumarin Ferullic Acid Scopoletin

3.3.2. Hydroxybenzoic Acids

3.3.3. Rosmarinic Acid

3.3.4. Ellagic Acid Plant Sources Walnuts Strawberries Cranberries Guava Blackberries Grapes

3.3.5. Gallic Acids Plant Sources Tea Strawberries Mango Rhbubar Soy

3.3.6. Vanillin Plant Sources Vanilla Beans Cloves

3.3.7. Salicylic Acid Plant Sources Peppermint Licorice Peanut Wheat

3.3.8. Tannic Acid Plant Sources Nettles Tea Berries

3.3.9. Capsaicin Plant Sources Vanilla Beans

3.3.10. Curcumin Plant Sources Vanilla Beans Cloves Plant Sources Tumeric Mustard

3.3.11. Hydroxycinnamic Acids Chicoric Acid Coumarin Scopoletin Class Members Caffeic Acid Chlorogenic Acid Coumarin Acid

3.3.12. Phytic Acid Plant Sources Cereals Nuts Sesame Seeds Soybeans Wheat Pumpkin Beans Almond

3.3.13. Cinnamic Acid Plant Sources Cinnamon Aloe

3.3.14. Ferulic Acid Plant Sources Oats Rice Artichokes Orange Pineapple Apple Peanut

3.4. Other Non-Flavonoid Polyphenolics

3.4.1. Chicoric Acid

3.4.2. Coumarin

3.4.3. Ferullic Acid

3.4.4. Scopoletin

3.4.5. Curcumin Plant Sources Vanilla Beans Cloves Plant Sources Tumeric Mustard

3.4.6. Stilbenes Resveratrol Plant Sources Pterostilbene Plant Sources Piceatannol Plant Sources

3.4.7. Lignans (Phytoestrogens) Silymarin Plant Sources Matairesinol Plant Sources Secoisolariciresinol Plant Sources Pinoresinol and Lariciresinol Plant Sources

3.5. Tyrosol Esters

3.5.1. Class Members Tyrosol Olive Oil Hydroxytyrosol Olive Oil Oleocanthal Olive Oil Oleuropein Olive Oil

3.6. Alkylresorcinols

3.6.1. Plant Sources Whole Grain Wheat Whole Grain Rye Whole Grain Barley

4. Terpenoids (isoprenoids)

4.1. Carotenoids Terpenoids

4.1.1. Carotenes Beta Carotene Plant Sources Alpha Carotene Plant Sources Lycopene Plant Sources Neurosporene Phytofluene Plant Sources Phytoene Plant Sources

4.1.2. Xanthophylls Canthaxanthin Plant Sources Beta Cryptoxanthin Plant Sources Zeaxanthin Plant Sources Astaxanthin Plant Sources Lutein Plant Sources Rubixanthin Plant Sources

4.2. Monoterpenes

4.2.1. Limonene Plant Sources Oils of Citrus Cherries Spearmint Dill Garlic Celery Maize Rosemary Ginger Basil

4.3. Lipids

4.3.1. Phytosterols Plant Sources Almonds Cashew Nuts Peanuts Sesame Seeds Sunflower Seeds Whole Wheat Maize Soy Beans Many vegetable oils Class Members Campesterol Beta Sitosterol Gama Sitosterol Stigmasterol

4.4. Non-Carotenoid Terpenoids

4.4.1. Saponins Plant Sources Soya Beans Legumes Maize Alfalfa

4.4.2. Triterpenoid Oleanolic Acid Plant Sources Ursolic Acid Plant Sources

4.4.3. Terpene Limonoids Limonene Plant Sources

4.4.4. Perilly Alcohol

4.4.5. Terpeneol

5. Betalains

5.1. Betacyanins

5.1.1. Class Members Betanin Plant Sources Isobetanin Plant Sources Probetanin Plant Sources NeobBetanin Plant Sources

6. Glucosinolates

6.1. Dithiolthiones (Isothiocyanates)

6.1.1. Sulphoraphane Brassicates

6.2. Polysulfides (Allium Compounds)

6.2.1. Allyl Methyl Trisulfide Plant Sources Garlic Onions Leeks Chives Shallots

6.3. Indoles

6.3.1. Indole-3-carbinol Plant Sources Cabbage Kale Brussels Sprouts Rutabaga Mustard Greens Broccoli

6.3.2. 3,3'-Diindolylmethane or DIM Plant Sources Broccoli Family

6.3.3. Sinigrin Plant Sources Broccoli Family

6.3.4. Allicin Plant Sources Garlic

6.3.5. Alliin Plant Sources Garlic

6.3.6. Allyl Isothiocyanate Plant Sources Horseradish Mustard Wasabi

6.3.7. Piperine Plant Sources Black Pepper

6.3.8. Syn-propanethial-S-oxide Plant Sources Cut onions

6.4. Sulphides

6.4.1. Diallyl Sulfide Plant Sources Garlic Onions Leeks Chives Shallots

7. Protein Inhibitors

7.1. Protease Inhibitors

7.1.1. Soy

7.1.2. Seeds

7.1.3. Legumes

7.1.4. Potatoes

7.1.5. Eggs

7.1.6. Cereals

8. Other Organic Acids

8.1. Oxalic Acids

8.1.1. Plant Sources Orange Spinach Rhubarb Tea Coffee Banana Ginger Almond Sweet Potato Bell Pepper

8.2. Phytic Acid

8.2.1. Plant Sources Cereals Nuts Sesame Seeds Soybeans Wheat Pumpkin Beans Almond

8.3. Tartaric Acid

8.3.1. Plant Sources Apricots Apples Sunflower Avocado Grapes

8.4. Anacardic Acid

8.4.1. Plant Sources Cashews Mangoes

9. Piperine

9.1. Plant Sources

9.1.1. Black Pepper

10. Pectin

11. Chlorophyll

12. Anthraquinones

13. Thiosulfonates

14. Phytosterols