Maxtreme Prevent – Immune Booster.
This is a unique product that has been known to assist the immune system.
Drink in the morning to start your day.
Just what you need to keep your immune system in tip-top shape. Delicious Lime flavor makes it an enjoyable way to stay healthy during troubling times, during time of year with limited sunlight, or cold and flu season.
Quercetin is a compound that comes from the rinds of fruits.
You can use our Rocket Fuel immune booster to help keep yourself healthy.
Combining Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Zinc and Quercetin has been known to boost immune response.
(NOTE: this is NOT medical advice. We always recommend seeing your Doctor if you are sick).
According to Dr. Ardis, everyone should be supplementing with zinc everyday. When zinc is supplemented enough in your body, zinc gets into your cells which has been known to help virus response.
If you were to take these supplements separately and in the pill form, you would have to swallow approximately 19 pills per day. Who wants to do that?
Further, taking these supplements separately will cost you MORE than enjoying a delicious drink every morning with Maxtreme Prevent.
To your Health!
What is Quercetin and what are the benefits?
Quercetin is a plant pigment with very powerful antioxidant and immune boosting properties among other things.
The top ten foods to get quercetin are capers, onions, elderberries, kale, okra, apple peels, aronia berries, cranberries, goji berries and asparagus.
It may support heart health and cardiovascular function. It may promote healthy respiratory function, support the kidneys, and benefit the prostate.
Quercetin may also support healthy metabolic function and help to fortify immune function. It is an anti-inflammatory that may help lower the release of histamines, a compound that is released by cells in response to allergic and inflammatory reactions. Subsequently, this leads to helping lower pains and discomfort related to inflammation.
• Antioxidants may support healthy aging
• May fortify immune function
• May decrease fatigue & improve athletic performance
• May promote cardiovascular and heart health
• May support respiratory function
• May improve metabolic function
• May help support a healthy bladder
• May benefit prostate health
Dr. Mercola recently wrote an excellent article on Quercetin. Some excerpts are below
Health benefits of Quercetin
May be helpful in the treatment of cancer as it inhibits the proliferation of cancer cells
Quercetin has demonstrated the ability to mitigate some of the effects of sleep deprivation ie: mood swings, anxiety, memory performance hyperactivity and cognitive impairment.
Quercetin taken with bromelain, Vitamin C, and zinc has emerged as a successful protocol used to treat influenza, zika hepatitis B and rhinovirus
Quercetin works best when paired with either Vitamin C or bromelain because it is not water-soluble.
Quercetin has beneficial effects on heart disease, high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and arthritis.
Quercetin is found in onions, red grapes and green tea and the above listed foods. It has been shown to be beneficial to help prevent upper respiratory infection.
It is a strong antioxidant and antiviral. Elderflower, which is rich in quercetin has been used to prevent and treat the common cold and influenza.
Quercetin is one of the top rated sinolytic agents which means that it helps with killing senescent cells – which are old cells which are not dead. Old cells which are not dead continue to release chemicals which trigger inflammation. So therefore, quercetin is not only very good at reducing inflammation, but data has shown that it is effective in ‘preventing or alleviating cancer formation.”
Check with your doctor before taking Quercetin as it may interact with certain antibiotics reducing the effectiveness of them. It may also enhance the effect of some blood thinners which can increase your risk of bleeding. It may also interact with corticosteroids, digoxin, cyclosporine and fluoroquinolones.
Quercetin and Cancer Cells
A paper published in August 2022 in Nutrition Research the authors took a look at the importance of cellular aging in the development of cancer cells and the effect that quercetin may have on the suppression of cancer cell proliferation. Research has found that cellular aging can suppress tumor development, but ironically can also enhance cancer development.
Senescence: the condition or process of deterioration with age.
Cellular senescence can compromise cellular regeneration and contribute to aging. On the other hand, by removing senescent cells, age-related dysfunction can be lessened and potentially extend the lifespan.
One paper published in 2008 recognized that animal studies had demonstrated quercetin could prevent chemically-induced cancer growth and epidemiological studies found it was associated with preventing lung cancer. One study focused on the effect that physiologically attainable doses of quercetin had on the inhibition of cancer cell proliferation. The researchers believed their study demonstrated quercetin had chemopreventive properties.
Apoptotic: the death of cells which occurs as a normal and controlled part of an organism’s growth or development.
Quercetin is a strong antioxidant and has an apoptotic effect on tumor cells…in other words, it helps to kill tumor cells.
Studies have shown that quercetin may reduce anxiety caused by sleep deprivation.
Quercetin has been studied for its antiviral effect and has proven to show inhibition in the early stages of a flu infection and is a promising agent against Epstein Barr Virus, Zika virus, Hepatitis B and rhinovirus responsible for the common cold.
Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Zinc and quercetin (the exact ingredients in Maxtreme Prevent) have been proven to be effective in early treatment for flu and virus.
Zinc is a powerful deterrent to viruses and illness. Quercetin is what is called a zinc ionophore which is a something that pushes the zinc into the cells to help with the diminishing of illness.
Quercetin has also been known to help with alleviating the symptoms of allergies.
Quercetin can function in several pathways to help reduce your risk of cancer. In addition to reducing the inflammatory response in your body and thus your risk of obesity and obesity-related cancer, it also promotes apoptosis at the cellular level to prevent cancer. When combined with exercise and reduced sugar consumption, you are making strong steps toward taking control of your health.
Link to full article with sources of studies:
The Antitumor Effects of Quercetin - Dr. Joseph Mercola (substack.com)