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Quercetin Benefits

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21 Quercetin-Rich Foods That Belong In Your Diet

    1. capers (most concentrated source!)
    2. red onion (highest vegetable source!)
    3. shallots
    4. red apples
    5. grapes
    6. berries
    7. cherries
    8. scallions
    9. kale
    10. tomatoes (organically grown tomatoes have up to 79% more than conventional fruit)
    11. broccoli
    12. Brussels sprouts
    13. cabbage
    14. citrus fruits
    15. bell peppers (green and yellow)
    16. nuts (almonds and pistachios)
    17. asparagus (cooked has slightly more)
    18. buckwheat
    19. black tea
    20. green tea
    21. elderberry tea

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