The Dynamic Duo: What are Quercetin & Bromelain?

The Dynamic Duo: What are Quercetin & Bromelain?

Looking to start feeling your best? Wanting to get back into your prime? Do you want to reduce inflammation, boost your immune system, and protect yourself from harmful oxidative damage? If so, you came to the right blog.

Enter: Quercetin and Bromelain. These two natural compounds are a powerful force for good in the body. They are both antioxidants, which means they help protect you from damage caused by free radicals (unstable molecules that harm cells and contribute to the development of chronic diseases).[1,2,3]

Keep reading to take a closer look at quercetin and bromelain, and how they can help you feel your best.

Quercetin: The Powerhouse Flavonoid

Quercetin is a flavonoid, which is a type of plant pigment that has antioxidant properties. It is found in many fruits and vegetables, including apples, onions, grapes, and berries. And remember how we mentioned the free-radical-fighting power of antioxidants? Quercetin is packed full of them, making it one of nature’s best defenders of your heart, mind, and overall wellness.[4]

Quercetin has been shown to have many health benefits, including:[13]

- Anti-inflammatory: Quercetin is a firefighter for your cells, helping to put out the flames of inflammation.

- Antioxidant: Quercetin is a bodyguard for your cells, protecting them from damage caused by free radicals.

- Immunomodulatory: Quercetin is a conductor of your immune system, helping to keep it in tune and working properly.

- Heart health: Quercetin is a heart cell's best friend, helping to protect them from damage and disease.


    Bromelain: The Mighty Enzyme

    Bromelain is a mixture of enzymes that are found in the pineapple plant. It is most concentrated in the stem and juice of the pineapple. Bromelain has been used for centuries by traditional healers in Central and South America. It was first isolated from pineapples in the late 1800s.[5]

    Like Quercetin, it has several health benefits, including:[14,15]

    - Anti-inflammatory: Bromelain is a natural pain reliever that can help to take the sting out of inflammation.

    - Pain-relieving: Bromelain is a natural way to get relief from pain associated with conditions such as arthritis, muscle soreness, and headaches. It can help to break down the pain that's holding you back.

    - Digestive aid: Bromelain is a natural digestive enzyme that can help to digest your food and leave you feeling light and energized.

    - Wound healing: Bromelain is a natural wound healer that can help to speed up the healing process and leave you with a scar-free finish.


      Together, They're A Force to Be Reckoned With

      Quercetin and Bromelain are like two superheroes who work together to fight off the bad guys. When taken together, they can work in powerful synergy to provide a more comprehensive range of health benefits than they would on their own.

      Wondering what that means for you? Let’s take a look: 

      - They're the “Dynamic Duo” of antioxidants: Quercetin and Bromelain are a powerful team that can help protect the body from damage caused by free radicals. Quercetin, as a flavonoid, and Bromelain, as a potent enzyme, are great at boosting the body’s production of its antioxidants. That means that for you they can help to improve overall health and well-being, and also potentially reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases over time.[6,7]

      - They're the perfect partners in crime fighting: Quercetin and Bromelain can help fight off inflammation and improve digestion. For you, this means helping to improve symptoms of conditions such as arthritis, asthma, and allergies. It can also help to keep the gut healthy, which is important for not just your GI tract, but your brain, immune system, and so much more.[8,9]

      - They're the superheroes of your immune system: Quercetin can help to activate immune cells, helping them to fight off infection. Bromelain can help to destroy bacteria and viruses, preventing them from causing infection. Together, quercetin and bromelain can help to keep the immune system strong and healthy. [10,11]

      - They're the cancer-fighting dream team: Quercetin and Bromelain may help prevent the growth and spread of cancer cells. Studies have shown that both have the potential to not only prevent these harmful cells from growing but may also be able to kill cancer cells as well. This means natural protection and defense for the long haul![12,7]


      So, What Are You Waiting For?

      If you are looking for a natural way to improve your health, Quercetin and Bromelain are great options. Talk to your doctor to see if these supplements are right for you.

      But, there’s no need to shop around for these powerful compounds separately. 

      We combined them in an easy and convenient capsule, just for you.

      Pattern Wellness Quercetin with Bromelain

      Unlike traditional supplement brands, we include bioactive ingredients Bromelain, Camu Camu Extract, and Vitamin C in our formula to improve absorption and potency so your body gets what it needs.

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      "As a content creator in Los Angeles, I am on the go a lot, working with different creatives. With the change in season, I am encountering more with sniffly noses. It's important for me to keep my immune system healthy and Quercetin from Pattern Wellness definitely gives it a boost. I particularly enjoy that it's non-GMO and gluten-free, perfect for my dietary needs 💚 So grateful to have found this product!"


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      "As a mom to a preschooler I’ve been exposed to a lot of preschool germs. I need to keep up with my kids and that means keeping my immune system in tip-top shape! As cold and flu season is quickly approaching I am so glad I found Pattern Wellness. Not only does their Quercetin help improve immune function and support anti-inflammatory response it is also plant-based, non-GMO, gluten free, dairy free, and soy free! I’ve told my sons preschool teacher about it along with many of family of friends! It’s a must during cold and flu season! Stay healthy!💚"


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