October 2012
Functional Ingredients;Oct2012, Issue 123, p18
The article presents an overview of Quercetin, a naturally occurring glycosidic flavonol, and discusses sources of Quercetin, the manufacturing of Quercetin and the physiological effects of consuming Quercetin. A resource by Harwood et al. which provides information on research which has been conducted on Quercetin is discussed.


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