What Are Bioflavonoids?
Hippocrates, the “father of medicine,” once said to “let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food”—and he wasn’t far from the truth! Bioflavonoids, also called vitamin P complex, are found in fruits and vegetables and are part of a group of molecules called polyphenols. Bioflavonoids contribute to the colors—typically yellow, orange, and red—and tastes of many of the fruits and vegetables that we eat, but more importantly, they possess several nutritional benefits, as well. Plants and spices containing bioflavonoids have traditionally been used in eastern medicine and studied as a contributing factor to the outstanding heart health of the French and Mediterranean populations. Bioflavonoids also demonstrate antioxidant activity, as they are able to neutralize the free radicals that can cause oxidative stress damage to many of our cells.
What Is Quercetin?
Quercetin, pronounced KWAIR-suh-ten, is a bioflavonoid typically found in apple skins and berries; it’s also present in some teas and red wines. Scientific and clinical research has shown that quercetin has an impressive array of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which has spurred medical and athletic communities alike to investigate its benefits on mental and physical performance. Quercetin has also been shown to promote heart and vascular health, immune health, prostate health, respiratory health, and more.
As an antioxidant, quercetin truly shines. It has a chemical structure that naturally counteracts the damage to your cells caused by free radicals. Oxidation reactions, which produce free radicals, frequently occur after exposure to environmental toxins, cigarette smoke, and fried foods; quercetin’s top-notch ability to “scavenge” or neutralize these free radicals is believed to play a part in how it enhances and improves endurance and physical performance.
The Benefits of Bioflavonoids and Quercetin
Several clinical studies in the past 20 years that have shown that bioflavonoids have a positive effect on overall health and express several beneficial effects. Bioflavonoids...
- Act as natural antioxidants, promoting overall health and cell integrity
- Enhance eye health and support optimal vision
- Enhance heart health and vascular health
- Support healthy connective tissues and skin
- Strengthen the immune system
- Support digestive health
- Naturally support healthy histamine levels to strengthen respiratory health
Quercetin in particular also has some great benefits:
- Enhances and supports eye health
- Reduces oxidation of LDL
- Supports brain health
- Increases physical endurance and supports optimal physical performance
- Supports healthy blood pressure
- Acts as a beneficial antioxidant
- Protects and supports heart health
- Supports respiratory health
- Regulates and supports healthy inflammation levels
- Helps increase aerobic capacity by stimulating mitochondrial biogenesis
Why Buy VRP’s Bioflavonoid Complex With Quercetin?
Bioflavonoids work best when paired with other antioxidants, forming a multi-approach protective force for your body’s most important systems: heart, lungs, brain, and nerves. When you can reap all the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits that bioflavonoids sow, in addition to quercetin’s amazing effects on your well-being and physical performance—why wait? With VRP’s Bioflavonoid Complex With Quercetin, you can have two great supplements in one affordable bottle!
1480 — Take 2 capsules up to three times per day with meals.
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