Amazing Antioxidants

Amazing antioxidants

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What are antioxidants?

http://bothniafritid.se/?siresse=Viagra-k%C3%B6pa&08c=9e Antioxidants are chemicals that interact with and neutralise free radicals, thus preventing them from causing damage. The body uses some of the antioxidants it makes to neutralise free radicals. However, the body relies on external sources, primarily diet, to obtain the rest of the antioxidants it needs. Fruits and vegetables are rich sources of dietary antioxidants. However, poor quality soil and long storage of produce impact significantly on antioxidant value. A well formulated antioxidant supplement can help to compensate for this.

Antioxidants are also known as ‘free radical scavengers’

http://bestff.net/includes/u2p.php The body makes some of the antioxidants it uses to neutralise free radicals. However, the body relies on external sources, primarily diet, to obtain the rest of the antioxidants it needs. Examples of dietary antioxidants include beta-carotene, lycopene, vitamins A, C, and E, and the mineral element selenium. Fruit and vegetables are rich sources of dietary antioxidants as well as well formulated antioxidant supplements.

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    • Beta-carotene – pumpkin, mangoes, apricots, carrots, spinach and parsley
    • Lycopene – tomatoes, pink grapefruit and watermelon
    • Selenium – seafood, offal, lean meat and whole grains
    • Vitamin A – liver, sweet potatoes, carrots, milk and egg yolks
    • Vitamin C – oranges, blackcurrants, kiwifruit, mangoes, broccoli, spinach, capsicum and strawberries
    • Vitamin E – vegetable oils (such as wheat germ oil), avocados, nuts, seeds and whole grains

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http://blog.pinkprincess.com/?svecha=ig-client-services-opzioni-binarie&2e7=ee Summary

opcje binarne jak wygrywa_ Antioxidants are chemicals that interact with and neutralise free radicals, thus preventing them from causing damage. The body uses some of the antioxidants it makes to neutralise free radicals. However, the body relies on external sources, primarily diet, to obtain the rest of the antioxidants it needs. Fruits and vegetables are rich sources of dietary antioxidants. However, poor quality soil and long storage of produce impact significantly on antioxidant value. A well formulated antioxidant supplement can help to compensate for this.

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