Rutin is a bioflavonoid composed of quercetin and disaccharide rutinose that can be found in various leafy greens and citrus fruits. Its known for its powerful anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, cardiovascular, and nervous system health properties. Research shows that rutin may have potent anti-diabetic and anti-cancer effects.
Rutin can be found in many of these healthy foods:
Apples (Mostly in the skin)
Lemons, Oranges, Other Citrus fruits
Black and green teas
Diets that contain these rutin rich foods can provide a number of health benefits. Supplementation of rutin when quality food options are not available is also a great way to increase the intake of rutin.
Benefits of Rutin:
Protection against oxidative damage
Supports optimal structural and functional integrity of cells
Supports optimal cardiovascular health
Provides protection against neuro degenerative diseases
Improves and supports the strength of capillaries and blood vessels
Supports healthy brain and nervous tissue function
Improves eye health – helps to combat diseases such as muscular degeneration, cataracts, and glaucoma
Things to Know About Rutin
Rutin Is Also Known As
Things to note about Rutin
Rutin is said to be well tolerated and safe according to research studies.
Studies show that rutin may have a greater effectiveness when taken along side other vitamins, especially vitamins C and E,
How To Take Rutin
Recommended Rutin Dosage, Active Amounts, Other Details
Common oral doses of Rutin: 500 mg – 2,000 mg per day for up to 6 months of consistent use.
At this time there is not a optimal dosage guide line to follow. We would suggest following your products supplementation directions for best results.
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