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Quercetin is an antioxidant flavonol found abundantly in healthy foods like apples, berries, broccoli and green tea. Its wellness benefits include:

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What is Quercetin?

The answer lies in the pigments that give fruits, vegetables and flowers their brilliant colors. Quercetin is part of a group of pigments known as flavonoids, naturally occurring substances that are found in plants such as apples, grapefruit, berries, kale, broccoli, green beans and onions, as well as tea and red wine. Usually, fruit skins contain the highest concentration of antioxidant flavonoids like quercetin. Quercetin is also an active component of some popular health-promoting herbs, such as ginkgo biloba, garlic and St. Johns Wort.**

Several studies suggest that quercetin promotes a healthy cardiovascular system. The flavonoid is believed to have diverse cardioprotective actions. It may help relax cardiac tissues, dilate blood vessels for enhanced circulation, protect blood vessels, maintain arterial walls and modulate inflammation throughout the cardiovascular system. Quercetin may also maintain blood pressure and blood glucose already within normal range, further promoting cardiovascular health and overall well-being.**

Quercetin is considered a natural antihistamine that promotes a healthy respiration, It appears to stabilize the cells that release histamines, which are the naturally occurring compounds that cause allergic reactions. When histamine is released, it causes tissues to swell, resulting in allergy symptoms such as runny nose, hives or wheezing. Quercetin helps with swelling and regulates inflammation, optimizing immune performance and relieving nasal symptoms.**

As an antioxidant, quercetin benefits wellness by neutralizing the age-accelerating free radicals that damage cells and DNA. Recent and early research has suggested it may also hold potential as an anti-obesity agent that influences fat cells.**

Quercetin Supplements

Quercetin supplements are available in pill, tablet or capsule form. It is sometimes combined with bromelain, an inflammation-modulating enzyme that is derived from pineapples.**

Quercetin Directions for Use

Quercetin dosage generally ranges from 125 mg to 750 mg, taken from one to three times per day. Taking this compound with vitamin C may enhance its effects. Just as you would with any supplement, talk to your healthcare provider before adding quercetin to your wellness regimen.**