Quercetin Wagon Trails and Lard

The pioneers who travelled in search of a new life brought with them many things, including food. One staple that was always found in their wagons was lard. It was a valuable resource that kept many alive. However, it was necessary to keep the lard from going rancid during the long journey. To do this, the pioneers would use onions because of their antioxidant and antibacterial properties. Quercetin is a bio-flavanoid molecule found in many plants, especially onions. This same ingredient is found in our AI4X formula and is a powerful antioxidant with numerous health benefits.


— Dr. Joshua Levitt

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