Posts Tagged ‘quercetin’
We’ve all heard the old adage: “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” And as much as that seemslike an old wives’ tale, there just might be some truth to this claim. See, apples – along with onions, berries, grains, and even red wine – are rich in a substance that may indeed keep the doctor away. Well, at least if you suffer from certain conditions. And while you may not want to eat a bushel of apples (or onions, for that matter) every day, you can find this substance in supplement form, too.
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Posted in: Articles
Tags: allergies, Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, blood pressure, cancer, free radicals, heart disease, high blood pressure, histamine, hypertension, leukotrienes, prostaglandins, prostatitis, quercetin
Onions are vegetables that are cultivated and used around the world. They are usually served cooked, as part of a dish, but can also be eaten raw. They are pungent and can irritate the eyes while they are being chopped. Onions contain about 90% water, 4% sugar, 2% fiber, 1% protein, and 0.1% fat. They are high in vitamins C and B6, folic acid and dietary fiber. They are very low in calories, sodium and fat, and can contribute their flavor to various dishes without raising the energy content. Onions are believed to benefit health because of their phenolic and […]
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Posted in: Antioxidants, Healthy Eating, News Briefs, Vitamin C
Tags: onions, quercetin, vitamin B
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