The Amazing Antioxidant Effects of Taxifolin from Larch Trees

One component of our 3F Three Force supplement that is sure to put a smile on your face is dihydroquercetin (aka DHQ or taxifolin). An extract of larch trees, taxifolin is a powerful free radical scavenger, and therefore an excellent antioxidant supplement. In fact, its high level of antioxidant benefits makes it one of the leading antioxidant supplements available on the market today.

Even a small amount of DHQ in food can prevent entire classes of diseases, such as tumors (hereditary or metabolic), as well as providing a rejuvenating and therapeutic effect. Taxifolin’s ability to bind free radicals makes it especially beneficial for those who live in areas with polluted environments or increased atmospheric radiation.

Taxifolin’s ability to reduce the content of high-density lipoproteins in the blood, which cause the accumulation of cholesterol, make this supplement a preventative and therapeutic treatment for atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. DHQ also increases the resistance of tissues to the damaging effects of high blood sugar levels. This helps reduce the likelihood of developing diabetes, as well as preventing damage from existing diabetic conditions.

Since taxifolin helps regulate a number of immune system reactions and inflammatory processes, it Is an anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory supplement. DHQ can help reduce the damaging effects of a variety of adverse environmental factors, including industrial pollution, infectious agents, and the presence of household allergens.

The taxifolin we use in our 3F Three Force natural supplement is derived from larch trees in the Siberian taiga forest, as a byproduct of the forestry industry. The sustainable source of this natural supplement means you can feel as good about your impact on the environment as you do about its antioxidant effects.