When was the last time you ate your suggested five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables per day? Nowadays its very important to keep our body and mind healthy. Sometimes despite our best efforts to eat a balanced diet, we may be falling short of the recommended daily amount of certain nutrients that we needed especially these days we have to put some extra effort.
Food supplements are concentrated sources of nutrients (i.e. mineral and vitamins) or other substances with a nutritional or physiological effect that are marketed in “dose” form (e.g. pills, tablets, capsules, liquids in measured doses). A wide range of nutrients and other ingredients might be present in food supplements, including, but not limited to, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, essential fatty acids, fibre and various plants and herbal extracts.
Quercetin is one of a group of over 4000 naturally available plant phenolics whose isolatiom and biological identification were first described by Szent-Gyorgyi on 1936. Quercetin is a flavonol subclass of flavonoid . It has a bitter flavor and is used as an ingredient in dietary supplements, beverages and foods. The name quercetin comes from the Latin word “Quercetum” which means Oak Forest. Quercetin is said to be one of the most widely used bioflavonoids for the treatment of metabolic and inflammatory disorders. The recommended dose of Quercetin for oral human intake is 500mg.
Quercetin is a plant flavonoid from the flavonoid group of polyphenols. Polyphenols are micronutrients that naturally occur in plants. It is one of the most abundant dietary flavonoids found in fruits (mainly citrus), green leafy vegetables as well as many seeds, buckwheat, nuts, flowers, barks, broccoli, olive oil, apples, onions, green tea, red grapes, red wines, dark cherries and berries such as blueberries and cranberries. The amount of Quercetin received from food is dependent on one’s dietary habits.
Dr. Zen’s Quercetin is a naturally occurring free radical scavenger that supports healthy seasonal immune system function. Laboratory studies have demonstrated that quercetin can also help to promote normal respiratory function.
Benefits and Uses
- Fight inflammation, Diabetes, Allergies, and skin disorders
- Help fight stress
- Reduce risk of cancer
- Relieve pain
- Promotes healthy heart, eye health, healthy blood pressure levels and liver health
- Supports brain health
- Improves endurance
The formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) has been reported to contribute to the diabetes, atherosclerosis, hypertension, ischemic, heart disease and heart failure. Quercetin acts as an antioxidant by preventing oxidative stress, the major cause for generation of ROS. The antioxidant property of Quercetin principally neutralizes the free radicals by donating hydrogen atoms to it.
Quercetin is effective against viruses such as herpes simplex type 1, parainfluenza type 3, respiratory synctial, pseudorables, sindbis and cardio virus42. The antiviral activity of quercetin is due to its ability to bind to viral coat protein and polymerases and also to damage DNA. The mutagenic, carcinogenic and anti-carcinogenic activity of quercetin is due to its ability to impose or prevent damage to DNA. If quercetin is stabilized with ascorbate , it enhances its antiviral activity.
Dr. Zen’s Quercetin is a 5mg Film-Coated Tablet Food Supplement. It is the recommended dose of Quercetin for oral human intake (500 mg). Buy one (1) box contains 80 Tablets of Dr. Zen’s Quercetin with SRP Php1,440 and get a FREE Dr. Zen’s Vitamin C Capsule.
Dr. Zen’s Quercetin is now available in all Mercury Drugs or you may order to us thru their website or email me firstname.lastname@example.org and mobile no. +639771456698
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