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Free Radicals

If the concept of oxidative stress is not foreign to you, then you surely know,

what its effects are associated with. The visible aging process is just one of them.

What is going on inside the body?

How do free radicals affect our body?

Remember that organs also wear out and age. This all takes place at the cellular level. And oxidative stress is all about the cells.

The daily work of your body is like the work of a huge factory. It takes proper mechanisms, overseeing the production system or necessary resources. It also needs to repel attacks from inside and outside on an ongoing basis and remove accumulated waste. Imagine that every day the mitochondria, which can be described as the engines of your cells, produce by-products or free radicals.

Something has to be done with them, right?

Beware of Carbon Monoxide

Imagine that such a free radical has one electron out of pair and wants to replenish it for itself by taking an electron from a neighboring molecule. Free radicals are short-lived, impermanent and react with other molecules to live as long as possible. Or put another way, imagine a car engine burning gasoline as fuel. What is the byproduct? Just carbon telenide and other deadly elements.

Carbon monoxide is so toxic that inhaling it can be fatal.

Free radicals are like carbon monoxide for your cells.

Where free radicals

come from?

Processed food
Viruses and marolids
UV Radiation
Smog and pollution

What can you do about it?

Strengthen your immune system

You can enhance the action of antioxidants inside your cells by introducing a diet rich in antioxidants (green leafy vegetables, as many raw vegetables and fruits containing enzymes as possible) or by leading a healthier lifestyle, including physical activity in your life, among other things. You can also do something else - start using molecular hydrogen.

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Many dietary supplement companies argue that the formula of the antioxidants they have created is the best. Some of these remedies are indeed effective if they contain the right amount of the active ingredient, and the amount of so-called "fillers" is reduced to an absolute minimum.

Ideal solution

However, no manufactured antioxidants work as comprehensively to protect against oxidative stress as molecular hydrogen. It will be true to say that molecular hydrogen is an ideal antioxidant.

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