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Rutin: Top Health Benefits For A Healthy Lifestyle

What Is Rutin?

Some of the best, most beneficial ingredients in dietary supplements today come directly from nature. Rutin is one such example. It’s a flavonol and is found to be abundant in individual plants. Some of the best sources of rutin are: 

  • Green tea
  • Passion Flower
  • Apples1

Rutin is also known as rutoside, sophorin, and quercetin-3-rutinoside. Rutin is classified as a citrus flavonoid and is an essential nutritional component in several different natural foods and plant-based food products. Chemically speaking, rutin is a glycoside (a simple sugar combined with another compound) full of flavonolic aglycone quercetin and disaccharide rutinose.2

Rutin is synthesized in several different kinds of higher plants.3 Higher plants, sometimes called vascular plants, belong to a sizable group of plants with vascular tissues or veins that distribute resources throughout the plant. 

Reviews suggest rutin is primarily found in vegetables, fruits, and fruit rinds. But certain citrus fruits and berries have exceptionally high rutin content. Rutin also goes by the name vitamin P.4

History Of Rutin

The name ‘rutin’ is derived from the Ruta graveolens plant. Another plant that contains rutin is the Sophora japonica L. (or the fabaceae plant). It’s prized as an herbal source of compounds and has been a staple of traditional Chinese medicinal practices for hundreds of years.5

Rutin was initially isolated from Ruta graveolens in 1842. It was next isolated from the S. japonica plant in 1853.6 

Wondering where to buy rutin? Look for the following rutin-rich foods: asparagus, Brussels sprouts, black tea, green tea, and elderflower tea.

Top Potential Health Benefits Of Rutin

Again, rutin is a citrus flavonoid glycoside, and you can find it in abundance in individual plants. Some natural sources of rutin can be found in the following:

  • Tea
  • Passionflower
  • Buckwheat
  • Apples7

Due to rutin’s potential health benefits, one study called the natural compound a “vital phytochemical.” But rutin also goes by these names: quercetin-3-rutinoside, rutoside, and sophorin.8

In various studies, rutin has exhibited the potential to help support the following:

  • Your body’s natural fight against oxidative stress
  • Healthy blood flow 
  • Blood vessel health
  • Heart health
  • Immune function9,10

Which Gundry MD Supplements Include Rutin?

If you’re curious about where to buy supplements that include rutin as an ingredient, check out the Gundry MD Citrus Polyphenols website. 

Citrus Polyphenols contains rutin, along with many other phytochemicals that may help support your health. Read about ingredients and peruse customer reviews on the Citrus Polyphenols website. As always, consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet, including supplements. 





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