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Quercetin By Vision First for Cellular Support
Introducing Vision First Quercetin, the premier supplement for optimal health and wellness. With a blend of powerful ingredients created by our distinguished physician and research scientist, Vision First, this supplement is designed to provide a boost of energy and vitality to your daily routine.
A combination of quercetin, zinc, and bromelain, this formula packs an impressive number of benefits into one single product. Quercetin is known to be an antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties; it helps protect the body against free radical damage caused by oxidative stress. The zinc in the formula plays its own important role by aiding in maintaining optimal immunity levels as well as tissue repair. Additionally, bromelain aids digestion while promoting cardiovascular health.
Coupled with Vision First reputation for excellence in medicine and clinical research, this formulary supplement provides unbeatable effectiveness when used regularly over time. Reap the benefits of improved overall well-being with all three elements working together synergistically towards promoting better physical health and mental clarity thanks to Vision First Quercetin Zinc Bromelain!
Zinc (as Zinc Oxide) - Zinc is not only one of the most abundant trace minerals in your body, but it also plays an important role in nearly every aspect of your health. Among the 300 enzymes that zinc cofactors, it is necessary for their proper function in the body. (1)
It also plays a crucial role in the development and function of immune cells. The mineral is also crucial for skin health, DNA synthesis, and protein synthesis. In addition, zinc plays a key role in cell growth and division, which makes it crucial for body growth and development. The senses of taste and smell also require zinc. A zinc deficiency can impair the ability to taste and smell because one of the enzymes involved is dependent on this nutrient. (2)
Supplements containing zinc stimulate immune cells and reduce oxidative stress. According to a review of seven studies, zinc intake of 80–92 milligrams (mg) per day may reduce the length of the common cold by up to 33%. More importantly, older research suggests that zinc supplements may reduce the risk of infections and boost the immune system in older people. (3)
Zinc may reduce your risks of age-related diseases, such as pneumonia, infection, and macular degeneration. By boosting the activity of T-cells and natural killer cells, zinc may reduce oxidative stress and improve immune response. Some older studies found that zinc supplementation improved influenza vaccination response, reduced pneumonia risk, and improved mental performance in older adults. (4)(5)
Cellular and Histamine Support
Quercetin – Flavonoids give many fruits, flowers, and vegetables their colors, including quercetin. Quercetin is an antioxidant flavonoid. Known as free radicals, they damage cell membranes, tamper with DNA, and even cause cell death in the body. By neutralizing free radicals, antioxidants can protect the body. Several of the damage caused by free radicals may be reduced or even prevented by them. The antioxidant properties of quercetin have been demonstrated in test tubes. In the body, quercetin (and many other antioxidants) may not have the same effects. (6)(7)
Cancer and heart disease may be prevented by quercetin. As an anti-inflammatory and antihistamine, quercetin can also stabilize the cells that release histamine in the body. (8)
The antioxidant properties of flavonoids like quercetin benefit your body. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals. Inflammatory genes can be activated by free radicals, according to research. High levels of free radicals may increase the inflammatory response. Inflammation helps the body heal and fight infection, but persistent inflammation can cause cancer, heart disease, and kidney disease. Studies suggest quercetin may reduce inflammation. (9)(10)
Flavonoids give many fruits, flowers, and vegetables their colors, including quercetin.
Quercetin, for example, is an antioxidant flavonoid. Known as free radicals, they damage cell membranes, tamper with DNA, and even cause cell death in the body. By neutralizing free radicals, antioxidants can protect the body. Several of the damage caused by free radicals may be reduced or even prevented by them. The antioxidant properties of quercetin have been demonstrated in test tubes. In the body, quercetin (and many other antioxidants) may not have the same effects. (11)(12)
Bromelain for Inflammation Support
Bromelain (2400 GDU/G) - Inflammation, thought to be the root cause of many chronic diseases, may be reduced by pineapple juice. Its bromelain content may play a major role in this. Several studies suggest that this compound may be as effective as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), but with fewer side effects. (13)