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Rutin

  • What is the Difference Between Rutin & Quercetin?

    Rutin and Quercetin are very similar compounds, both in terms of their chemical structure and their beneficial effects in humans. In nature, Rutin and Quercetin are almost always found together, in similar amounts.

    Although you may have heard either of Quercetin or of Rutin, and you might be unaware that they’re actually almost exactly the same compound.

    The key difference is in the chemical structure – Rutin has an added sugar group.

    Another difference is that Quercetin has been studied more extensively than Rutin. However, the two compounds have very similar effects in humans.
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  • What is Rutin (Vitamin P - AKA Rutinose)?

    Rutin is a potent bioflavonoid supplement that helps promote and maintain a healthy body. It is best known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and immune-supporting benefits. Rutin is related to Quercetin, and the two compounds are always found together in their natural form. Rutin is a ‘slow-release’ version of Quercetin with an added rutinose sugar molecule.[1]

    Rutin is digested by bacteria in your gut and goes well with probiotic supplements. The recommended serving size for a high-potency Rutin supplement is around 500 mg, taken once or twice per day. Side effects are uncommon and generally mild (see the ‘side effects’ section below). Make sure you fully understand how to use this supplement before purchasing it.

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