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Quercetin, anyone? Quercetin in Green Tea and Onions

read more articles on the fountain of youth: longevityQuercetin in Green Tea and Onions

This is powerful stuff. We take a 50 milligram tablet of quercetin a day, breaking it in half and separating the doses. Of course, quercetin (Qu) is also prevalent in all plants, though most richly in onions. How many onions would be necessary for an effect is not known. Each onion has a different amount. But we can't imagine that adding onions to one's diet can hurt, right? So, maybe green tea (lots) and Qu are worth a try. Bottoms up!

 

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