Malvin

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Malvin is a naturally occurring chemical of the Anthocyanidin family (see Flavonoids) found in a variety of common foods, including but not limited to the following...

Vegetables: Radish, Tomato, Turnip, Potato, Pimento, Black Eyed Pea, Green Pea, Olive (Green and Black), Onion, Eggplant, Cabbage, Carrot, Beet, Avocado, Corn

Nuts: Walnut, Cashew

Herbs/Spices: Paprika, Mustard Seed, Cinnamon

Fruit: Watermelon, Rhubarb, Strawberry, Quince, Peach, Pear, Plum, Fig, Grape (Red and Green), Apple, Apricot, Banana, Blackberry, Blueberry, Boysenberry, Cherry, Cranberry

Fish: Crabmeat

Dairy: Albumin (cow's milk), cheese, yoghurt, butter

Sugar: Sugar Beet, Honey

Grain: Corn

Malvin is not dangerous to ingest unless one develops an allergy toward it. An allergy to malvin may result in constipation, severe gas, vomiting or diarrhea when foods containing it are ingested in large amounts.




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