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Cardiovascular health is linked to it – Isoquercitrin

💬What is Isoquercitrin?
Isoquercitrin, also known as quercetin-3-O-glucoside, is a flavonoid compound found in various plants. It is a glucoside form of quercetin, meaning it is quercetin bound to a glucose molecule. Isoquercitrin is commonly found in fruits, vegetables, and herbs such as onions, apples, grapes, and tea leaves.

Best natural sources of isoquercetin: Onions, peppers, kale, pears, spinach

✅Isoquercitrin and health:
1. Antioxidant
Isoquercitrin is a powerful antioxidant in nature, its antioxidant capacity is 50 times that of vitamin E and 20 times that of vitamin C.

2. Protect your cardiovascular system

The protective effect of quercetin on cardiovascular function is mainly reflected in five aspects:

① Dilates blood vessels and lowers blood pressure.

② Prevention and treatment of coronary heart disease: through animal experiments, it was also found to reduce the incidence and mortality of myocardial infarction, and reduce blood sugar function.

③ reduce myocardial hypertrophy; Isoquercitrin can significantly inhibit the increase of total protein content of cardiomyocytes induced by angiotensin II, and can significantly increase the activity of SOD, which has obvious prevention and treatment effect on cardiomyocyte hypertrophy.


💬Does Isoquercitrin have side effects?

1. Do not use with poor liver and kidney function
2. Do not use it for pregnant and lactating women

Isoquercitrin  is safe in moderate doses (up to 1000 mg daily for 12 weeks) for most adults in good health, but long-term use may result in side effects or adverse reactions including nausea, headache, stomach pain or tingling in the extremities.

💬Which groups of people are not suitable for isoquercetin?
1. Do not use with poor liver and kidney function
2. Do not use it for pregnant and lactating women