After all It beats senior food supplement drink and is much better for you. I venture to guess, the labeling was on of the worse I've seen (ineligible) and they could have formulated it better.
Energy Sources: http://www.doctoroz.com/article/boost-your-energy-7-days#cmpid=em092514
Book: Yuri ElKaim THE ALL DAY ENERGY DIET.
However my point is the main reason I liked this product was the Quercetin, and found a source that I can afford and share it here. If you can find a better on do. I don't like the fillers in the one I ordered. http://pinterest.com/ptsherm/flu-cough-nose-throat/ (How to make Quercetin which is ONION) I like the plain strong med. onion, raw honey and lemon....you can see in my boards on FLU, COUGH, NOSE AND THROAT, that there are many recipes which is this basic one.) Also if you've been reading my blog posts here, you know I've been investigating enzymes for diabetic. Well, this was an inspirational accident and its better than the one I'm using.
Quercetin acts like an antihistamine and an anti-inflammatory, and may help protect against heart disease and cancer. Quercetin can also help stabilize the cells that release histamine in the body and thereby have an anti-inflammatory effect. (And, great for my asthma)other site for -500-500-mg-100-, Or-650-mg-60-caps Both site have fillers and not organic
Fruits and vegetables -- particularly citrus fruits, apples, onions, parsley, sage, tea, and red wine -- are the primary dietary sources of quercetin. Olive oil, grapes, dark cherries, and dark berries -- such as blueberries, blackberries, and bilberries -- are also high in flavonoids, including quercetin.
Quercetin supplements are available as pills or capsules. They are often packaged with bromelain (an enzyme found in pineapple) because both are anti-inflammatories. Other flavonoid rich extracts include those from grape seed, bilberry, Ginkgo Biloba, and green tea and much more could be added here as far as herbs and more could be written on enzymes, but let's use a holistic approach and add in food.
If there’s one thing that’s indicative of good health, it’s how energized you feel on a day-to-day basis.That’s the premise of Yuri Elkaim’s book “The All-Day Energy Diet: Double Your Energy in 7 Days,” and it’s this month’s read for my book club.
Your energy level is a clear indication that your body is either working efficiently and harmoniously or that it’s experiencing hiccups that slow everything down, compromising your hormonal health, your digestive functions and your ability to handle stress.
What it’s AboutYuri, a former soccer player turned fitness trainer and holistic nutrition expert, outlines seven areas that must be addressed in order to reach an energy “breakthrough” – that place where you wake up feeling rested, can manage your life with ease and have the kind of stamina you probably enjoyed when you were younger.
In short, these areas are:
1. The pH of your blood
2. Your digestive system
3. Your adrenals
4. The foods you eat
5. The supplements you take
6. How you manage stress
7. How you exercise (at least get the heart rate up for one minute)
• Exercise should leave you energized, not depleted.So many people get the exercise thing wrong, Yuri says, and I couldn’t agree more. We strive so hard, wrongly thinking that feeling exhausted after a hard workout is a good sign.
And while he’s not saying you shouldn’t be tired after a bootcamp class, in general, exercise should give you more energy – not zap you of it.
Since so many of us are walking around with adrenal fatigue (which is why we’re tired in the first place), Yuri recommends we lay off the heavy cardio, step up the strength training and cap off exercise sessions at around 30 minutes.
Overdoing it simply leaves us exhausted and unable to stay consistent with an exercise routine. Scale back, Yuri says, and give your adrenals the chance to rest and recover. Small tweaks in your routine should start showing big energy results.
• Eat less to have more energy.Food = energy, right?
Well, sort of, Yuri says.
The problem, however, is that people combat fatigue by eating more. We reach for snacks when we’re lagging, sugar when we’re sleepy or energy drinks to keep us revved up when we’re on the go.Yuri suggests something simple but completely logical: Eat less to have more energy.
Put another way? When you’re eating the right foods in the appropriate quantities, you won’t feel the need to overeat and munch your way into a nap or a bad case of brain fog.
• Quality of your blood = quality of your health.You’ve heard me talk about the acid-alkaline relationship, or how the pH of your body affects health.
Your blood, Yuri says, is the river of life, which transports oxygen to the cells that need it. Refrain from: a diet of highly acidic (from eating processed foods, meat, dairy and sugar), red blood cells become clumped together, causing a “traffic jam” in your bloodstream that robs your cells of oxygen and robs you of energy.
Becoming more alkaline by eating alkaline foods – like green, leafy vegetables or olives and almonds – will allow the organs to be oxygenated properly and to perform their jobs most efficiently.
Why You Should Read ItWe’re told left and right about things we can do to boost our energy, but Yuri’s book takes a comprehensive approach, bringing all of this information together and looking at energy from a holistic perspective.
If you’re ready to take the leap into a life of more energy and balanced hormones, “The All-Day Energy Diet” outlines a solid action plan that’s easy to understand. And doubled energy in seven days?
SHERMS ORGANIC NEWS: QUERCETIN, ENERGY BOOSTER AND WHYhttp://shermsorganicnews.blogspot.com/2012/11/quercetin-energy-booster-and-why.html
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