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Quercetin is an antioxidant that is found in many foods. The following are foods that have a good amount of quercetin in them.
Apples. Apples are a very common fruit that can be grown almost anywhere in the world. They are great for digestion and contain lots of vitamins and minerals. One apple contains about 5 milligrams of quercetin.
Garlic. A clove of garlic has about 500 milligrams of quercetin per 100 grams.
Nectarines. These fruits are closely related to peaches but have a less fuzzy skin. Nectarines are great source of vitamin A, K, potassium, fiber, folate, vitamin C and so much more! One nectarine has tipically 6 mg of quercetin.
Barley Grass. Barley Grass is a type of grass that has been used to treat many illnesses including cancer. It is also an excellent source of quercetin. Barley Grass has chlorophyll which helps fight toxins in the body and boost immunity levels.
Grapefruit. Grapefruit are often used as a treatment for upset stomachs because they are rich in quercetin. They are also an excellent source of vitamin C which helps repair damaged tissue and reduce inflammation levels.
Other foods with a significant amount of quercetin in them are: broccoli, kale, red Onions, Dark chocolate, Kiwi fruit, Blueberries, Guavas, Strawberries, Peppers, Citrus Fruits, Tomatoes, Lemons, Asparagus, Green tea and papaya.
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