Quercetin

Flower
 

How it supports your body

Quercetin is one of the best studied flavonoids, and has been shown to help your body in multiple avenues. It acts as an antioxidant in multiple ways (directly by scavenging free-radicals and helping activate your body’s antioxidant defenses), can support your body as it respond to inflammation, and is helping in balancing histamine levels. Plus, it has been shown to increase the effectiveness of other supplements.

The details

Commonly found in: dark green vegetables (kale, wattercress, radish leaves, etc) and fruit (skins of apples and other fruit).

Our sourceSophora japonica, flowers

Amount: 94mg of Quercefit®

Supplier: Indena S.p.A (Italy)

What makes it specialQuercefit® is a patented extract of purified quercetin that has been microencapsulated in a phytosome. The phytosome is a special structure of sunflower lecithin that ensures your body can absorb flavonoids as they pass through your body. Quercefit® is a registered trademark of Indena S.p.A.

The Research

There are 1,100+ plus published papers looking into how quercetin works. Take a dive into the research to see what the science says. Below are three papers to get you started.

** Improved Oral Absorption of Quercetin from Quercetin Phytosome®, a New Delivery System Based on Food Grade Lecithin. European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics 44, 169–177 (2018).

** Quercetin, a main flavonoid in onion, inhibits the PGF2α-induced uterine contraction in vitro and in vivo. Journal of Functional Foods 19, 495–504 (2015).

** Quercetin increased bioavailability and decreased methylation of green tea polyphenols in vitro and in vivo. Food & Function 3, 635 (2012).


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