Quercetin as a prevention to Prostrate and Pancreatic Cancers

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Quercetin as a prevention to Prostrate and Pancreatic Cancers

Post  forumtester on Mon Mar 26, 2018 12:18 pm

Quercetin is a phytochemical that is part of the colouring found in the skins of apples, red onions and cranberries. It is a natural antioxidant, anti-inflammatory agent and antihistamine.

Quercetin’s antihistamine action may help to relieve allergic symptoms and asthma symptoms. Its anti-inflammatory properties may help to reduce pain from disorders such as arthritis. Recent scientific research shows that quercetin could be an aid to preventing cancer, in particular prostate and pancreatic cancer. Quercetin may also help reduce symptoms of ailments such as fatigue, depression and anxiety. Note that – to date – research is still underway.

Quercetin is also found in other common foods such as tea, nuts, berries, cauliflower and cabbage, however, in much smaller quantities. By increasing your intake of apples and red onions your diet and health will generally improve. Quercetin can be also be bought in health shops as a dietary supplement in the form of a vitamin supplement, or in energy drinks, or in green tea extract.


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