We formulated this superior product to be included in the Physicians’ Standard Alpha Sulflex/TMG Protocol, to help support healthy kidney function while being a facilitator for mitochondria and ATP production while on the protocol.
This dietary supplement can taken with the Alpha Sulflex/TMG Protocol or by itself. It’s special blend of Quercetin, Rutin & Potassium brings together powerful flavonoid antioxidants and minerals for many health benefits:
- Reduces Minor Pain & Discomfort*
- Guards against Cardiovascular Diseases*
- Balances Blood Pressure & Cholesterol in normal range*
- Supports the Immune System*
- Lower HIstamines *
- Protects Liver and Kidneys*
- Supports Healthy Blood Glucose in Normal Range.*
- Encourages Healthy Varicose Veins, Arteries, Capillaries, Blood Vessel Integrity*
Quercetin is a powerful flavonoid antioxidant that protects our cells from free radical damage, the damaging particles in our body. It supports the immune system and its anti-inflammatory properties inhibits discomfort in our bodies.1. 2.
The antioxidant properties of Quercetin, fend off the damaging effects of oxidation as we age. Free radicals can damage cells, altering our DNA, increase cell mutations which then healthy cells cease. Lowers inflammation, promotes overall cardiovascular health. In research, the antioxidants in Quercetin guards against LDL cholesterol oxidation, as oxidation causes LDL cholesterol to adhere to artery walls.3 . 4.
Quercetin supports balanced blood pressure, according to a randomized, double-blind study showed that the supplementation of quercetin showed stabilization in diastolic, systolic, and average arterial pressure. 5.
The anti-inflammatory effects of Quercetin may assist in lowering histamines that can affect seasonal and food allergies, and asthma. Quercetin balances the release of histamines from our immune cells, therefore lessening our sensitivity to allergies.6. 7.
Rutin is a bioflavonoid Rutin has powerful antioxidant properties. It also helps your body produce collagen and use vitamin C. Rutin is so steadfast in its benefits, that are over 130 registered therapeutic medicinal preparations are containing rutin in their formulations. 8.
Rutin can aid in circulation and reinforce and increase pliability in blood vessels, capillaries, and arteries. When blood vessels are strengthened, it supports varicose veins, spider veins, and bruises. Rutin can also assist in hemorrhoid treatment including recovery from hemorrhoid surgery. It may also helpful with thrombosis symptoms. 9. 10. 11. 12.
Rutin, applied orally as a cream 2x day may reduce wrinkles size and number of wrinkles. And supports cognitive functions.13. 14.
Potassium is an essential mineral to maintain life. Potassium is required for kidneys, heart and other organs to function properly. 15.
If you have a physical or exhausting job, sweat excessively, digestive absorption challenges,, heart disease, high blood pressure, or smoke, you could be low in your potassium levels. 16. 17.
Supplementation with potassium may support the bone from degeneration and increase bone development. 18.
Studies have shown that hypertensive rats who had a intake of high potassium prevented vascular damage of kidneys and vascular lesions are not only through decreases in blood pressure but also through non-blood pressure pathways. 19. 20.
The beneficial effects of dietary potassium can reduce kidney inflammation, therefore, lower incidence of chronic kidney disease. 21. 22.
Our Quercetin, Rutin & Potassium packs a punch of flavonoid antioxidants and minerals...order it today to see how this product can be a spark for vibrant health!
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- Cesarone MR1, Belcaro G, Pellegrini L, Ledda A, Vinciguerra G, Ricci A, Gizzi G, Ippolito E, Fano F, Dugall M, Acerbi G, Cacchio M, Di Renzo A, Stuard S, Corsi M. HR, 0-(beta-hydroxyethyl)-rutosides; (Venoruton): rapid relief of signs/symptoms in chronic venous insufficiency and microangiopathy: a prospective, controlled study. Irvine2 Vascular Lab and Physiology, Department of Biomedical Sciences, G. D'Annunzio, Chieti-Pescara University, San Valentino Vascular Screening Project, San Valentino, Italy.
- Egert S, Bosy-Westphal A, Seiberl J, Kürbitz C, Settler U, Plachta-Danielzik S, Wagner AE, Frank J, Schrezenmeir J, Rimbach G, Wolffram S, Müller MJ. Quercetin reduces systolic blood pressure and plasma oxidised low-density lipoprotein concentrations in overweight subjects with a high-cardiovascular disease risk phenotype: a double-blinded, placebocontrolled cross-over study. Br J Nutr. 2009.
- Perez-Vizcaino F, Duarte J. Flavonols and cardiovascular disease. Mol Aspects Med. 2010 Dec;31(6):478-94. doi: 10.1016/j.mam.2010.09.002. Epub 2010 Sep 15
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- Annoni F, Boccasanta P, Chiurazzi D, et al. [Treatment of acute symptoms of hemorrhoid disease with high-dose oral O-(beta-hydroxyethyl)-rutosides]. Minerva Med 1986;77(37):1663-1668.
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13. Choi SJ, Lee SN, Kim K, et al. Biological effects of rutin on skin aging. Int J Mol Med 2016;38(1):357-63.
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- Liu DT1, Wang MX, Kincaid-Smith P, Whitworth JA.. The effects of dietary potassium on vascular and glomerular lesions in hypertensive rats. Department of Medicine, St George Hospital, University of New South Wales, Australia. Clin Exp Hypertens. 1994 Jul;16(4):391-414
- . ItzmanD K Form, JR, M.D., Eisa Ozw-Kzirs, Sc-D., and E. V. McColum, PhD. Department of Pathology, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, MD. THE PRODUCTION OF CARDIAC AND RENAL LESIONS IN RATS BY A DIET EXTREMELY DEFICIENT IN POTASSIUM. Department of Chemistry, School of Hygm and Public Health, from the Rockefeller Foundation. April 24, I943.
- . Am J Nephrol. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2014 May 15. Published in final edited form as: Am J Nephrol. 2013; 37(6): 526–533. Published online 2013 May 15. doi: 10.1159/000351178 PMCID: PMC3919025 NIHMSID: NIHMS508348 PMID: 23689685 Association between Dietary Sodium and Potassium Intake with Chronic Kidney Disease in U.S. Adults: A Cross-Sectional Study Shailendra Sharma, MD, Kim McFann, PhD, Michel Chonchol, MD, Ian H. de Boer, MD, and Jessica Kendrick, MD