Have you heard of quercetin but aren't sure what it is or what it does? You’re not alone.

Quercetin is becoming popular among health-conscious adults who want to support their bodies naturally, but not everyone knows a lot about it.  Let’s take a look into the world of quercetin and find out.

What is Quercetin?

Quercetin is a polyphenol antioxidant (plant pigment) that can be found in many fruits, vegetables, and herbs. It helps to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals as well as reducing inflammation.

Quercetin has been studied for its potential effects on allergies, asthma, cancer, heart disease, and more. There are even some studies suggesting that quercetin may help increase energy levels, improve mood, and reduce fatigue.

How Long Does it Take to Get Results?

It depends on the individual person and their needs, but generally speaking, you should start seeing results within a few weeks of taking a regular dosage of quercetin supplements.

However, it's important to note that quercetin isn't meant to replace any medications or treatments prescribed by your doctor—it should only be used as an additional supplement if recommended by your doctor.

What Food Naturally Has Quercetin?

There are many foods that naturally contain quercetin such as apples, onions, black tea, red wine, kale, broccoli, strawberries, and blueberries.

Additionally, there are some foods that have higher concentrations of quercetin such as capers and elderberries.

Eating these foods will help you reach your daily intake goals of this powerful antioxidant without having to take extra supplements every day.

Is Quercetin Necessary?

No one nutrient can provide all the health benefits you need so while quercetin may be beneficial for some people it might not be necessary for others.


That being said it certainly doesn't hurt to add this powerful antioxidant to your diet if your doctor recommends it! If you decide to take a supplement make sure to talk with them first about what dose would be right for you before starting any new regimen.

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