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Free Radicals and Antioxidants

The term free radicals have long been familiar with the world of medicine, but are still relatively new to the community. Several decades ago, they were seldom mentioned in the curriculum of major medical universities in the world.

To date, they have been appearing on a wide variety of newspapers, health care products, and especially scientific studies. However, most of us do not yet have their danger to the health. Especially the brain, the most important organ of the body.


Free Radical
Free Radical

Free radical is the atom or molecule that is lost to an electron in the outer crust. They are constantly born in the process of metabolism of the body or formed under the action of external factors such as environmental pollution, stress, alcohol, tobacco…

Due to the loss of electronics, they are very unstable. They are always inclined to seize electronics from neighboring structures. Thereby creating a new series of free radicals. This process takes place according to the chain reaction. The consequence is the damage to the cell membrane, protein molecules and even DNA…

Free Radical Harm
Free Radical Harm

The consequence is the occurrence of changes that cause harm, dysfunctions, even cause cell death. Precisely because of such harm, they are considered “the Hidden Assassin”. They cause aging processes and the majority of illnesses. Modern medicine has statistically, the attack of free radicals that cause over 60 different types of diseases.


Over time, free radicals do not cease to produce and harm. Meanwhile, the body’s defense system gradually weakens. Therefore, to protect the health – especially the brain, it is necessary to restrict the proliferation factor and supplement the antioxidants for the body.

Reduced proliferation factor

  • Polluted environments (dust, sunlight, radiation,…)
  • Alcohol
  • Cigarette smoke
  • Chemical
  • Injury
  • Bacterial infection
  • Nervous tension (stress)

Antioxidant supplement from food

In addition to limiting harmful external factors, a nutrient rich in antioxidants (antioxidant) can help the body to effectively increase its defense and neutralbility of free radicals. In the daily diet, it is recommended to strengthen the herbs, fruits and vegetables of the fruit. This is an abundant supply of antioxidants. In addition to food, you can also supplement through health-protective foods. At the same time, it is recommended to restrict many dishes of grease, canned food, beer…

Free Radical and antioxidant

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