What is it and why
is it important?
With “cellular senescence” we refer to a situation in which cells become “old”, stop replicating and begin to produce specific molecules that recall the immune system to eliminate them and replace them with new “fresh” cells.
Quercetin (or quercitin) is a flavonoid found in various foods, such as capers, apples and grapes. In nature, however, rarely it is found as such and most commonly comes in more complex molecular structures, such as rutin or quercitrin.
Quercetin and drugs: is there interaction?
It is known that some drugs, in particular some anticoagulants or antiplatelet agents, have clear possibilities of interaction with other drugs or dietary supplements, but also with simple foods.
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