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How can quercetin help keep my skin healthy?

Ben Kaminsky
Dermatology
Quercetin may be a primary reason why the adage about eating "an apple a day" has been associated with good health. Quercetin is one of the most abundant flavonoids consumed in a diet rich in apples. Studies indicate that quercetin has therapeutic potential against skin aging.
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