Antioxidants neutralize the effects of free radicals and protect cells from damage caused by oxidative stress. The simplest way is a diet rich in antioxidants or antioxidants used in a variety of supplements that can replace the damage caused by the release of free radicals.

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What causes free radicals?

Free radicals are atoms or groups of atoms that contain an odd number of electrons. They can be formed when certain molecules interact with oxygen. Once formed, free radicals can start a chain of damaging chemical reactions. The biggest danger to the human body is their potential to react with cellular components like DNA or the cell membrane, causing cells to function poorly or die. For years, scientists believed aging was an inevitable part of life and out of our control. Recent research, however, indicates that we have more influence over the aging process than previously realized. In fact, aging has more to do with the stress and function of our cells than it does with the number of candles on our birthday cake. The best way to protect cells involves consumption of potent antioxidants, many of which are available in plant-based foods.

How can you get more of these antioxidants into your body?

The secret to consuming more antioxidants is simple: Eat more organic fresh fruits and vegetables.

The simplest and most effective way to expose yourself to more antioxidants is through your diet. By incorporating at least five servings of fruit and vegetables a day into your diet, you may be helping your body reduce its chances of heart disease, neurological diseases, cancer and lowered immunity

If you’re a person who likes to shy away from eating fruits and vegetables, we suggest using Paukman’s BioAge antioxidant program to make sure your are getting vital antioxidant in your diet.