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Brand: Lamberts Healthcare
Quercetin is one of the most active flavonoids, with many medicinal plants owing much of their activity to their high quercetin content.
It has been shown in experimental studies to have numerous effects on the body including the inhibition of both the production and release of histamine and is probably most well known for its antioxidant action. With more recent studies also demonstrating its importance in cardiovascular health.
Also known as ubiquinone, co-enzyme Q10 is the enzyme responsible for the last biochemical pathway required for energy production within our cells. It is therefore not surprising to find the highest concentrations of co-enzyme Q10 in those organs, which have the highest energy requirements such as the heart muscle and liver, and in those tissues that regenerate quickly such as the gums. Our Co-Enzyme Q10 comes in a handy one-a-day 100mg potency as well as a 30mg and as with all nutrients absorption is of prime importance so they are both presented in a vegetable oil base for easier assimilation.
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