Shown to combat inflammation and act as a natural antihistamine, researchers found it also has the ability to help prevent and treat colds and flu. Are you taking it?
- Quercetin has been shown to combat inflammation and acts as a natural antihistamine. Several studies have highlighted quercetin’s ability to prevent and treat both the common cold and influenza
- Another, less known benefit and use for quercetin includes the prevention and/or treatment of high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, certain cancers, gout, arthritis and mood disorders
- A review of quercetin’s effect on metabolic syndrome found it significantly reduced fasting plasma glucose when taken for at least eight weeks at a dosage of 500 milligrams per day or more
- Other recent research found quercetin has a beneficial impact on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease by ameliorating inflammation, oxidative stress and lipid metabolism
- Quercetin also has the ability to trigger tumor regression by interacting with your DNA and activating the mitochondrial pathway of apoptosis (the programmed cell death of damaged cells)
Quercetin1Fitoterapia 2015 Oct;1[06:25]6-71 is an antioxidant flavonol found naturally in foods such as apples, plums, red grapes, green tea, elder flower and onions, just to name a few.2Superfoodly, 100 Quercetin Foods According to a 2022 LinkedIn report,3LinkedIn. Quercetin Raw Material Supply in Q4 of 2022 September 6, 2022 the quercetin market is growing rapidly as its health benefits are becoming more widely known, with a projected global market of $406 million by 2027.
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We took it for yrs. In Nano form until it came with a warning about don’t take if you’re on a blood thinner! Would love to go back on it!