What is Quercetin? The most well-researched of all bioflavonoids, hence often called the master flavonoid.
Quercetin, a flavonoid found in several different fruits and vegetables, has a profound effect on metabolic health.
Metabolic disorders like obesity, diabetes, and fatty liver disease, are on the rise and increase the risk of chronic diseases. Quercetin, a natural compound found in plants, has been found to protect metabolic health.
The benefits of quercetin have been extensively researched. Studies show that supplementation with quercetin has positive effects on many aspects of metabolism, including:
- Improved blood glucose control
- Studies show that quercetin can support cellular health
- Trimmer physique
- Improved blood lipid levels and gut health
- Protection of the liver
- Reducing inflammation and oxidative stress
- Quercetin promotes in a healthy immune response in physically fit older adults
Quercetin side effects
- Quercetin is usually safe but may cause headaches and upset stomach.
- High doses could harm the kidneys and potentially affect protein function.
- When taken orally, quercetin is likely safe for short-term use at doses up to 1 gram daily for 12 weeks.
- The safety of long-term use or higher doses is uncertain.
- As a supplement, it's likely safe in reasonable short-term doses like 500 milligrams twice a day for 12 weeks, but risks are unknown with longer use.
- Side effects may include headaches or tingling in arms and legs.
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