Quercetin is an important molecule responsible for the vivid colors found in many fruits and vegetables called flavonoids and is abundant in the human diet. It also possesses antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that may protect cells from damage caused by unstable molecules.
The problem with quercetin and other flavonoids alike is their low absorbability. A new form of quercetin, EMIQ or isoquercetin, is 40 times more absorbable.
- Antioxidant in the body and the brain
- Curbs fat cell accumulation
- Antihistamine activity
- Helps lower LDL (bad) cholesterol
- Supports healthy blood pressure
- Boosts immune system