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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Quercetin Increases Endurance without Regular Exercise Training

A study by researchers at the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health shows that quercetin, the powerful antioxidant/anti-inflammatory compound found in fruits and vegetables significantly boosts endurance capacity and maximal oxygen capacity (VO2max) in healthy, active but untrained men and women.

The fatigue-fighting and health properties of quercetin – found in the skins of red apples, red onions, berries and grapes – have implications not only for athletes and soldiers whose energy and performance are tested to the extreme, but also for average adults who battle fatigue and stress daily.

View details of this quercetin increases endurance study.

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